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Review: Broadway's 'Matilda' is blast of nasty fun

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NEW YORK (AP) — The last Broadway performance of "Mary Poppins" — that sugary-sweet ode to good children and even better caregivers — was delivered March 3. Twenty-four hours later, the pitch-dark "Matilda" began performances a few blocks away. It was as if neither vision of childhood could exist in New York at the same time. Well, say goodbye to perfect nannies and jolly children: This is the...

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