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Putting mental illness to music in Deep Dish Theater's Next to Normal 

I'll venture an educated guess here: Last Saturday's performance of Next to Normal at Deep Dish Theater was about three nights away from the version they really wanted us to see. Many in attendance would have been surprised to learn that Lisa…

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