An “On the Town” for Our Time~article from The New Yorker

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Published on: Nov 03, 2014

My parents, like all good parents in the mid-forties, took me to see “Oklahoma!” After that, as far as musicals were concerned, I was on my own. I would go to them (and straight plays, too) at Saturday matinees, alone, sitting in the cheapest seats ($1.20) since my allowance was all too modest. Read more... http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/town-time