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Take a look at Broadway's 201314 slate, and one thing's clear: Spring 2014 sure is crowded with notable new musicals. "Rocky," "Aladdin," "The Bridges of Madison County," "Bullets Over Broadway," "If/Then," "Beautiful" - the list is long enough that row's the time to start thinking about a competitive landscape, and just how many successful titles Broadway can sustain at one time.

Or it would be, except for the fact that spring 2013 came on with the same overload of new product only to have four tuners ("Kinky Boots," "Motown," "Matilda," "Pippin") rake in big-money numbers all summer (and for half the summer, there was mega-grossing Tom Hanks play "Lucky Guy"), all in addition to usual top dogs such as "Wicked," "The Lion King" and "The Book of Mormon." One week, a whopping 12 in the Ring shows topped the $1 milThe "Rocky" lion mark, prompting the tuner bowed question: Has the calculus Hamburg, changed for how many sucGermany. cesses Broadway can handle Sylvester at one time?

Not exactly, to hear legiters tell it, even if the notion of a hit-cap does get tossed around in theoretical discussions all the time. Certainly it was rare to have so many strong-selling shows debut in a single spring, but a number of producers believe, as one theater owner puts it, "If a show is great, there's always a place for it."

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Take a look at Broadway's 201314 slate, and one thing's clear: Spring 2014 sure is crowded with notable new musicals. "Rocky," "Aladdin," "The Bridges of Madison County," "Bullets Over Broadway," "If/Then," "Beautiful" - the list is long enough that row's the time to start thinking about a competitive landscape, and just how many successful titles Broadway can sustain at one time.

Or it would be, except for the fact that spring 2013 came on with the same overload of new product only to have four tuners ("Kinky Boots," "Motown," "Matilda," "Pippin") rake in big-money numbers all summer (and for half the summer, there was mega-grossing Tom Hanks play "Lucky Guy"), all in addition to usual top dogs such as "Wicked," "The Lion King" and "The Book of Mormon." One week, a whopping 12 in the Ring shows topped the $1 milThe "Rocky" lion mark, prompting the tuner bowed question: Has the calculus Hamburg, changed for how many sucGermany. cesses Broadway can handle Sylvester at one time?

Not exactly, to hear legiters tell it, even if the notion of a hit-cap does get tossed around in theoretical discussions all the time. Certainly it was rare to have so many strong-selling shows debut in a single spring, but a number of producers believe, as one theater owner puts it, "If a show is great, there's always a place for it."

DSMtuners was built to be a unique automotive enthusiast community where DSMers can find technical information to help them modify their Eclipse, Talon, Laser, and GVR-4 for high performance and racing and share their build with others.

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Take a look at Broadway's 201314 slate, and one thing's clear: Spring 2014 sure is crowded with notable new musicals. "Rocky," "Aladdin," "The Bridges of Madison County," "Bullets Over Broadway," "If/Then," "Beautiful" - the list is long enough that row's the time to start thinking about a competitive landscape, and just how many successful titles Broadway can sustain at one time.

Or it would be, except for the fact that spring 2013 came on with the same overload of new product only to have four tuners ("Kinky Boots," "Motown," "Matilda," "Pippin") rake in big-money numbers all summer (and for half the summer, there was mega-grossing Tom Hanks play "Lucky Guy"), all in addition to usual top dogs such as "Wicked," "The Lion King" and "The Book of Mormon." One week, a whopping 12 in the Ring shows topped the $1 milThe "Rocky" lion mark, prompting the tuner bowed question: Has the calculus Hamburg, changed for how many sucGermany. cesses Broadway can handle Sylvester at one time?

Not exactly, to hear legiters tell it, even if the notion of a hit-cap does get tossed around in theoretical discussions all the time. Certainly it was rare to have so many strong-selling shows debut in a single spring, but a number of producers believe, as one theater owner puts it, "If a show is great, there's always a place for it."