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James Whitmore, who has already given 'em hell as Harry Truman, brings another President to rip-snorting life as Teddy Roosevelt. This week, Whitmore carries his big stick to Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater as part of an 11-city tour.
Two young conductors, James Levine and James Conlon, join such established stars as Marilyn Home in the Met's annual spring road junket. Three new productions—Le Prophète, La Bohème and Lohengrin—are among the seven that will be presented during the eight-city tour (this week hitting Cleveland).
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