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Waiting in the wings

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On Saturday, Oct. 20, Bishop Ford High School in Windsor Terrace will stage “The Front Page,” the 1928 play about newspaper reporters. As experts on newsroom drama, we sure hope that they’re correct in calling this a comedy. For information, call (718) 360-2510.

Beginning Oct. 20 at DUMBO’s St. Ann’s Warehouse, the National Theater of Scotland imports its smash production “Black Watch,” a look at the Scottish army’s experience in the Iraq war. For information, visit www.stannswarehouse.org.

Stages on the Sound, a non-profit theater company in Downtown Brooklyn will be presenting the first-ever performance at St. James Cathedral Pavillion, William Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors,” through Oct. 28. For information, call (212) 868-4444.

On Nov. 1, the Czechoslovak American Marionette Theater will bring its production of “Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” to an unlikely performance space, Jane’s Carousel in DUMBO. Five live actors and an army of puppets will stage the Bard’s greatest tragedy as a musical. For information, call (212) 868-4444.

Beginning Nov. 2, the Narrows Community Theater of Bay Ridge will present a six-show run of “The Music Man” — now 50 years old! — directed by J. Michaels, who has worked extensively on and off Broadway and is currently NCT’s acting teacher and director. For information, call (718) 482-3173.

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