TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 2011, a revised revival of Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane’s On a Clear Day You Can See Forever — starring Harry Connick, Jr. as a conflicted shrink who uncovers a patient’s past life in hypnosis sessions, and then falls in love with the comely ghost — opens on Broadway at the St. James Theatre. Newly reconceived by playwright Peter Parnell and director Michael Mayer, the production splits the two roles played by Barbara Harris in the original 1965 production between David Turner (Davey Gamble) and Jessie Mueller (Melinda Wells). The revisal receives largely negative reviews and closes after 57 performances.
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