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A semi-staged production of Kern and Hammerstein's "Show Boat" that's based on the original 1927 score; and that includes such rarely heard numbers as "Let's Start the New Year," "Mis'ry's Comin' Round" and "It's Getting Hotter in the North." Also included: "Ah Still Suits Me," which was written for the 1936 film.