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What's on Broadway - and what's available

Broadway ticket availability as of Friday. Ticket supply is indicated as Difficult or Available. Credit-card holders can order tickets by phone or by calling Telecharge or Ticketmaster.

- "A View from the Bridge," a revival of the 1955 Arthur Miller drama starring Anthony LaPaglia. Roundabout, 869-8400. Limited engagement through Feb. 22. Available.- "Beauty and the Beast," the stage version of the Walt Disney cartoon classic. Palace. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Available.

- "Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk," a tap musical chronicling the black experience, conceived and directed by George C. Wolfe. Ambassador. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "The Capeman," Paul Simon's musical about a 1959 gang-related slaying. Marquis. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Available.

- "Cats," musical based on T.S. Eliot's cat poems, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Now the longest running show in Broadway history. Winter Garden. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "Chicago," a revival of the 1975 Bob Fosse musical starring Marilu Henner, Bebe Neuwirth, Hinton Battle and Ernie Sabella. Shubert. Telecharge, 239-6200. Difficult.

- "The Diary of Anne Frank," Natalie Portman plays the young Jewish heroine in this revival of the 1950s Broadway success. Music Box. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "Forever Tango," an evening of dance entertainment from Argentina by Luis Bravo. Walter Kerr. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "Freak," John Leguizamo's new one-man show. Now in previews, opens Feb. 12. Cort. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "Jackie," a comedy about the life and legend of Jackie Onassis. Margaret Colin stars as the former first lady. Belasco. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "Jekyll & Hyde," a pop music version of Robert Louis Stevenson's horror classic. Plymouth. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "The King and I," Marie Osmond stars in a revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical classic. Neil Simon. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Closes Feb. 22. Available.

- "The Last Night of Ballyhoo," a new play by Alfred Uhry, author of "Driving Miss Daisy," set in 1939 Atlanta. Winner of the 1997 Tony Award for best play. Helen Hayes. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Available.

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

- "The Life," a Cy Coleman musical celebrating the sleazy Times Square of the early 1980s. Ethel Barrymore. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "The Lion King," director Julie Taymor's stage musical version of the Disney cartoon hit. New Amsterdam. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Difficult.

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

- "The Old Neighborhood," Peter Riegert and Patti LuPone star in David Mamet's latest play. Booth. Telecharge, 239-6200. 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. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "Ragtime," a musical version of E.L. Doctorow's panoramic novel of the turn-of-century America. Ford Center for the Performing Arts. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Difficult.

- "Rent," a musical celebration of artists and outcasts in New York's East Village, written by Jonathan Larson. Nederlander. Tick-et-mas-ter, 307-4100. Difficult.

- "The Scarlet Pimpernel," a musical by Frank Wildhorn, composer of "Jekyll & Hyde," set against the backdrop of the French Revolution. Minskoff. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Available.

- "1776," a revival of the musical about the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Gershwin. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Available.

- "Smokey Joe's Cafe," a musical revue featuring the songs of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the team that wrote such pop hits as "Hound Dog," "Jailhouse Rock," "Stand By Me" and "Yakety Yak!" Virginia. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "The Sound of Music," a revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical starring Rebecca Luker as Maria. Now in previews, opens March 12. Martin Beck. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "The Sunshine Boys," Jack Klugman and Tony Randall star in a revival of the Neil Simon comedy about two aging vaudeville performers. Lyceum. Telecharge, 239-6200. Available.

- "Titanic," a musical by Maury Yeston and Peter Stone about one of the greatest sea disasters. Winner of the 1997 Tony Award for best musical. Lunt-Fontanne. Ticketmaster, 307-4100. Available.

Telecharge's number is 212-239-6200 unless otherwise indicated. There is a $5 service charge per ticket for Telecharge orders. Ticketmaster is 212-307-4100. There is a $5.75 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 800-432-7250; for Ticketmaster call 800-755-4000.

The League of American Theaters and Producers has a special telephone line called the Broadway Line for information on most Broadway shows (except "The Lion King," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Ragtime") and how to purchase tickets. Calls must be made on a touch-tone phone. The number is 1-888-411-BWAY. Consumers in the New York tri-state area can call 212-302-4111.

In addition, for 24-hour information on theater, dance and music performances in New York's five boroughs, call the Theater Development Fund's New York City-On Stage, 212-768-1818.