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Seven years after she won her Tony in Applause, Lauren Bacall, 52, has got the musical comedy itch again. Her Applause lyricists Betty Comden and Adolph Green are back, too, with their 1953 play known in other incarnations (stage, films, TV) as My Sister Eileen. Bacall portrays Eileen's big sister Ruth this week at the Valley Forge Music Fair near Philadelphia, then travels to the wonderful towns of Westbury, L.I., Dallas and Miami.
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