April 29, 2017 When audience members start taking their seats to see Broadway's Indecent, the actors are already sitting at the back of the stage. Eventually, the lights go down and the performers begin a ghostly dance to klezmer music as bits of ash fall out of their overcoats. One of them steps forward. "My name is Lemml," he says. "You can also call me Lou. I am the stage manager tonight. Usually, you can find me backstage. We have a story we want to tell you about a play — a play that changed my life. Every night, we tell this story. But somehow I can never remember the end." Read more... http://www.npr.org/2017/04/29/526157986/-indecent-a-play-about-a-yiddish-play-that-was-ahead-of-its-time
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