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In A Man of No Importance, making its Cleveland premiere at the Beck Center tonight, a bus driver with a passion for the works of Oscar Wilde daydreams of staging Salome, with his passengers as the cast. The musical (featuring Irish folk tunes) is a funny and touching portrait of a man dealing with career, family, and — little surprise here, since he's such a huge Wilde fan — his own sexuality.
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