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THEATER: LITTLE HAM

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Richard Zoglin

There’s a lot that’s dated and silly in this off-Broadway musical based on a Langston Hughes play about gangsters in 1930s Harlem. But what’s dated and delightful is Judd Woldin’s effortlessly tuneful jazz score, the best of its kind in years. –BY RICHARD ZOGLIN

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