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Daily Rehearsal: At end of run, 'Sweet Bird' performance canceled due to Lane's laryngitis

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Diane Lane and Finn Wittrock in 'Sweet Bird of Youth' (Photo by Liz Lauren)
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- The Sun-Times reports that the Goodman has canceled tonight's performance of Sweet Bird of Youth because lead actor Diane Lane has come down with laryngitis. She should be back tomorrow; the production closes Sunday, which means some people will get a gift certificate to a future show, and others will be rescheduled for the rest of the week.

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