Since she's given fans the option of hearing her songs in pop, country, world music, and dancefloor arrangements, will Twain somehow split herself and the Garden in four? Or will she one-up the Flaming Lips and hand out Walkmans that enable concertgoers to simultaneously hear different accompaniments? And can any live band pull off Up!'s ingenious ABBA-Def Leppard fusion? Find! Out! WALTERS
At 8, Madison Square Garden, 31st Street and Seventh Avenue, 212.465.MSG1
'THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN'
Shakespeare only wrote acts I and IV, but you don't get to see three acts by John Fletcher that often, either. This revival, staged by Darko Tresjnak, marks the New York Shakespeare Festival's first acknowledgement of their rarely produced joint work, a recycling of Chaucer's story of Palamon and Arcite. (Riddle: Which current star of a Broadway musical played the Clown in the New York premiere of this obscure opus?) FEINGOLD
Previews begin today, opens October 19, Joseph Papp Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street, 212.239.6200