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Alicia Hall Moran’s new music theater work is inspired by the face-off between Katarina Witt and Debi Thomas at the 1988 Winter Olympics.
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Weir and Lipinski, whose entertaining figure skating analysis was a highlight of NBC’s Sochi Olympics broadcasts, will be named the network’s lead team for the sport.