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Harry Connick Jr.'s 'On a Clear Day' to close

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On a Clear Day You Can See Forever will bring the curtain down for the last time on Jan. 29 after 57 performances, the show’s producers have announced. The musical comedy stars Connick as a 1970s psychiatrist who finds himself in a ridiculous love triangle after the hypnosis of a patient goes awry. The show opened last December at the St. James Theatre.

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