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Curtains – Who Says that Broadway’s Golden Age is Long Gone?

What a treat I have just given myself. It is late in the evening of Sunday July 31 2011, and I have just come home from seeing and hearing Kander and Ebb’s “Musical comedy whodunit” Curtains — for the second time in 3 days. Imagine, if you will, Agatha Christie, Groucho Marx, Noel Coward, and Richard Rodgers all locked in a small room and told they can’t come out until they’ve written a new musical. Continue reading »

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