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Burning Coal Theatre Company presents Brigadoon to kick off its 16th season 

Brigadoon, as you probably know, is a delightful fantasy about love and faith, in which two jaded New Yorkers stumble onto an unmapped Scottish village under a strange spell. The show started as a Lerner and Loewe musical, opening on Broadway in…

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