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  • This week's theme: Plays
    Across

    1. * Playwright of "Peter Pan"
    7. Haggard novel
    10. Item worn by Monica
    13. * Play of 1928 by #9D: "___ Interlude"
    14. Promissory note
    15. * Member of the great theatrical Lupino family who found her fame in the movies
    16. Hemp shrub
    17. Word before Gratin
    18. * Partial title of a play that's part of Neil Simon's autobiographical trilogy
    20. Accordingly: ___ turns out
    22. Heavyweight champ
    24. Ostrich-like bird
    25. * George Bernard Shaw play of 1923
    29. Maple Syrup base
    32. Type of program on the WWW
    34. Forlorn
    35. Cdn. City: Sault ___ Marie
    36. Consumed
    37. * Shakespeare wrote it, Hamlet said it: "To be, ___ to be..."
    39. Guido's note
    40. Jillian and Landers
    41. * Famous play that has the characters Estragon and Vladimir
    45. Never: ___ point in time
    46. Table scrap
    47. Flynn of Flicks
    48. Customary Observance, minus the "ual"
    49. Compass point
    50. Lifesaver, for short
    52. Single
    53. Lah-di-___
    54. * George Bernard Shaw play of 1913
    57. Record label
    59. One Time connecter
    60. Accompanying
    63. * Ugo Betti play of 1927: "The ___"
    67. Sodium Symbol
    69. British gold medal runner: Sebastian ___
    70. French coin
    71. Once Lifetime connecter
    72. * Star of the movie version of the musical "My Fair Lady" (Which is based on the play at #54A)
    74. * "A Night at an ___": Play of 1916 by Irish playwright Edward J.M.D. Plunkett (Also known as Lord Dunsany)
    75. * Stoppard the Playwright
    76. * Desired military command, in Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues", for example

    Down

    1. Heat quantity measurers, for short
    2. * Lorraine Hansberry's critically acclaimed play of 1959
    3. Sun God
    4. Genetic stuff, for short
    5. * Tennessee Williams play of 1961: "The Night of the ___"
    6. Cummings the Poet
    7. * Title for the Playwrights at #1A and #32D
    8. Word with Polloi
    9. * Mr. O'Neill who wrote "Beyond the Horizon" (1920)
    10. * Play by William Shakespeare
    11. * Shakespeare comedy: "Much ___ About Nothing"
    12. * George Bernard Shaw play of 1894: "Arms and the ___"
    13. Health resort
    18. Trinket, minus the "ou"
    19. Metric unit of length, for short
    21. "Thanks" to a Brit
    23. Company abbr.
    26. Heard in Music Class: "Miss, ___ the seventh tone of the diatonic scale?"
    27. Norwegian capital
    28. Essential oil (var. sp.)
    30. Heard in the Theater District: "I think we should go to the show ___ this time because the tickets are usually less expensive."
    31. * Francis Beaumont play of 1607: "The Knight of the Burning ___"
    32. * Playwright who wrote "Private Lives" (1930)
    33. Certain payment, with "Ex"
    38. Prefix that means "Ear"
    39. Newt
    40. Heard in Kindergarten: "Class, what is the first letter of the Alphabet --___ B?"
    42. Snoopy
    43. Mr. Louganis
    44. Old Spice?
    49. * Play of 1941 written by #32D, with "Blithe"
    50. * Animal that is part of the title of a Tennessee Williams play
    51. * Gore Vidal play: "Visit to a Small ___"
    55. Partners for Pas
    56. "That hurt!"
    58. Abbreviation with Everest
    61. Ripped
    62. Biddy in the Barnyard
    63. Electronics acronym
    64. Charged particle
    65. Co-producer of the U2 album "All That You Can't Leave Behind"
    66. * Shepard the Playwright
    68. Primate mimer
    72. It goes with "Gotcha!"
    73. "Summer of '69" singer (Initials)

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