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VARIETY AND AVAILABILITY OF BROADWAY’S OFFERINGS

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Broadway ticket availability as of May 13. Ticket supply is indicated as Difficult or Available. Credit card holders can order tickets by phone or by calling Telecharge or Ticketmaster (see information at end of list).

"An Inspector Calls," Philip Bosco, Rosemary Harris and Kenneth Cranham star in a revival of J.B. Priestley's detective thriller that has been a big success in England. Royale, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available."Angels in America," Tony Kushner's epic, two-part drama about AIDS and anxiety in the age of Ronald Reagan. The first half, "Millennium Approaches," won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for drama and the 1993 Tony Award for best play. It is in repertory with the play's second half, "Perestroika." Check with the theater for the exact playing schedule. Walter Kerr, 239-6200, same number as Tele-charge. Available.

"Beauty and the Beast," the stage version of the Walt Disney cartoon classic. Palace, 730-8200. Ticketmaster. Available.

"Blood Brothers," Petula Clark, David Cassidy and Shaun Cassidy star in Willy Russell's musical about two brothers separated at birth. Music Box, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Broken Glass," Arthur Miller's new drama set in Brooklyn in the 1930s and focusing on a couple's marital problems. Ron Rifkin, Amy Irving and David Dukes star. Booth, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Carousel," a revival of the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical based on the recent acclaimed London production. Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater, 239-6200, same number as Tele-charge. Available.

"Cats," musical based on T.S. Eliot's cat poems, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Winter Garden, 239-6200, same number as Tele-charge. Available.

"Crazy For You," a musical starring Harry Groener and Karen Ziemba, featuring songs by George and Ira Gershwin. Shubert, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Damn Yankees," Bebe Neuwirth and Victor Garber star in a revival of the 1955 baseball musical. Marquis, 382-0100. Ticketmaster. Available.

"Grease," Rosie O'Donnell stars in a revival of the high school musical set in the 1950s. Eugene O'Neill, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Guys and Dolls," a revival of the Frank Loesser musical classic based on characters created by Damon Runyon. Martin Beck, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Jackie Mason: Politically Incorrect," the comedian returns with his new one-man show. Golden, 239-6200, same number as Tele-charge. Available.

"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," a revival of the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice pop musical with soap opera star Michael Damian in the title role. Minskoff, 869-0550. Ticketmaster. Available. Closes May 29.

"Kiss of the Spider Woman," Chita Rivera, Jeff Hyslop and Brian Mitchell star in a musical version of Manuel Puig's novel about two men incarcerated in a Latin American prison. Winner of the 1993 Tony Award for best musical. Broadhurst, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Laughter on the 23rd Floor," a Neil Simon comedy starring Nathan Lane about the early days of television. Richard Rodgers, 221-1211. Ticketmaster. Available.

"Les Miserables," a musical retelling of the epic Victor Hugo novel. Imperial, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Medea," Diana Rigg plays the title role in a revival of the Greek tragedy that was a success in London's West End earlier this season. Lyceum, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available. Limited engagement through June 26.

"Miss Saigon," the big London musical hit, a modern reworking of Puccini's "Madama Butterfly." Broadway, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Passion," a Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical about the love of two women for a handsome young soldier. Plymouth, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Picnic," a revival of the 1950s William Inge drama that director Scott Ellis has now moved back to the 1930s. Roundabout, 869-8400. Available. Limited engagement through May 29.

"Sally Marr . . . and her escorts," Joan Rivers stars in a play about comedian Lenny Bruce's mother. Helen Hayes, 944-9450. Tick-etmaster. Available.

"She Loves Me," a revival of the 1963 musical romance based on the film "The Shop Around the Corner." Brooks Atkinson, 719-4099. Ticketmaster. Available.

"The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public," a sequel to the 1978 musical about the most famous bordello in Texas. Lunt-Fontanne, 575-9200. Ticketmaster. Available.

"The Phantom of the Opera," the lavish Andrew Lloyd Webber musical about a deformed composer who haunts the Paris Opera House and the young soprano he loves. Majestic, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Difficult.

"The Sisters Rosensweig," Wendy Wasserstein's comedy about three sisters who have a reunion in London. Ethel Barrymore, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Tommy," the Who's rock opera transformed by Pete Townshend and director Des McAnuff into a Broadway musical. St. James, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

"Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992," Anna Deavere Smith stars in her one-woman show about the Los Angeles riots. Cort, 239-6200, same number as Telecharge. Available.

- HOW TO GET TICKETS: Telecharge's number is (212) 239-6200 unless otherwise indicated. There is a $4.75 service charge per ticket for Telecharge orders. Ticketmaster is (212) 307-4100. There is a $5 service charge per ticket for Ticketmaster orders plus a $2.50 handling fee per order. Both services will provide information on specific seat locations.

Telecharge and Ticketmaster also have toll-free numbers for use by theatergoers calling from outside New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. For Telecharge call 1-800-432-7250; for Ticketmaster call 1-800-755-4000.

For 24-hour information on theater, dance and music performances, call the Theater Development Fund's New York City-On Stage, (212) 768-1818.

The League of American Theaters and Producers also has a special telephone line for information on Broadway and selected off-Broadway shows and how to purchase tickets. Calls must be made on a Touch-Tone phone. The number is (212) 563-BWAY (212-563-2929).

When calling theaters directly, use New York area code 212. Advance inquiries should be made, as ticket availability is subject to change.