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Seen on Broadway: "The Ballad of Yoko and John" is what wags are calling Lennon, the latest attempt by Ono to reclaim and reframe an artistic legacy that needs no apologies, but could do with less airbrushing and fewer excuses. The weirdest of the jukebox musicals to hit Broadway, Lennon has a shapeless concept: Nine multi-ethnic performers, with broad Liverpudlian accents, enact, between songs, the greatest hits and misses of John Lennon's life in his own words. [There

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