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Chris Arnott’s best bets in entertainment in the month of March

Hartford Stage has staged many shows based on movies — “The Flamingo Kid,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” and “Rear Window” spring to mind. But outside of “Anastasia” (which is a stretch), few if any have been based on movies based on real-life incidents. “The King’s Speech,” adapted by David Seidler from his own Oscar-winning screenplay about King George VI and his eccentric speech therapist, had its stage premiere in London in 2012, just two years after the movie was made, but has been slow to cross the Atlantic, getting its North American premiere just last year. This production, running March 19 through April 19, is directed by Michael Wilson, who was Hartford Stage’s artistic director from 1998 to 2011. 50 Church St., Hartford. 860-527-5151,

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