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Despite its socko creative team—music and lyrics by Carly Simon, book by playwright John Guare—and Liza Minnelli’s performance in the lead role, the musical version of Ira Levin’s supernatural thriller Rosemary’s Baby closed on Broadway in 1975 after only five performances. The musical, with songs like “He Has His Father’s Eyes” and “Rosemary’s Lament,” has achieved cult status—mostly because a bootleg recording of its score does exist, selling for upward of $100 on the Internet. The show begs another look, especially now that Rick Shaffer—artistic director of the little theater company that could, Inscription Theatre—is staging a concert version of it. Emily Skinner, who played one of the Siamese twins in Side Show on Broadway, is the young mother-to-be, and hunky Jimmy Smits, in fine voice, is her calculating husband. At 8 p.m. at Inscription Theatre, 6083 N. Five Mile Road, Pentagon City. $8-18. (Parsley Sageson)