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[[box]] OFF-BROADWAY SCENES [[/box]]

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(clockwise from top left): Michael West in Howard Crabtree's When Pigs Fly at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre; (l.-r.) Jennifer Simard, Adam Grupper, Robert Roxnowski and Melissa Weil in I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change at the Westside Theatre; (l.-r.) Amy Coleman, Grace Garland, Bob Stillman and Stephen Bienskie in The Last Session at the 47th Street Theatre; Bradley Whitford and Patricia Clarkson in Three Days of Rain at MTC's Stage I.
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[[copyright]] 1997 BMW of North America, Inc. The BMW name and logo are registered trademarks.

Stopping. The less flashy but equally athletic half-brother of Going.

BMW has always belived that a car's brakes should be just as responsive as its engine. The way we see it, powerful brakes don't just rein in our cars. They liberate you to enjoy them. 1-800-334-4BMW. Or

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The Ultimate Driving Machine

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