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Forecast for 2007-08

Old Acquaintance, the first show of the 2007-08 Broadway season opens on Thurs. at the American Airlines. Here's how the rest of the season is shaping up:

July 10--Xanadu (Helen Hayes)

Aug. 19--Grease (Brooks Atkins0n)

Sept. 13--Mauritius (MTC at Biltmore)

Sept. 14--Pygmalion (previews begin at the American Airlines)

Oct. 11--The Ritz (Roundabout at Studio 54)

Nov. 4--Rock 'n' Roll

Nov. 8 --Young Frankenstein (Hilton)

Nov. 18 (approx.)--The Farnsworth Invention 

November--Cymbeline (Lincoln Center at Vivian Beaumont); Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas (return engagement)

Dec. 6--The Little Mermaid (Lunt-Fontanne)

December--The Seafarer

Jan. 17--November

Feb. 14--Sunday in the Park with George (Roundabout at Studio 54)

February--South Pacific (Lincoln Center Theater at Vivian Beaumont)

March--Guys and Dolls

April--Female of the Species

May--Top Girls (MTC at Biltmore)

Spring--A Catered Affair

Dates TBA--Cabaret (revival of Roundabout's revival); Treasure Island (postponed from this summer)

Maybes--9 to 5; 13; Cry-Baby; The Homecoming; Leap of Faith; Shrek

--David Sheward

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