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Miranda Potmesil 2 p.m., May 16
The long-awaited musical about Princess Diana needs rethinking. She isn't a saint or grave sinner, as many feared. Instead she's a toughie bent on revenge. Joe DiPietro (book and lyics) and David Bryan (music and lyrics) are from New Jersey. in act two, their Lady Di's practically a Jersey Girl. You could call the musical a cautionary tale: be careful what you wish for. In this case, Diana kissed the wrong frog. The brassy production features top shelf voices (everyone can rocket above the ledger lines), but it moves so fast it's like speed-reading a tabloid.