70 years ago, four brilliant young theatrical talents came together to create an American stage classic. On the Town, about three sailors looking for love on a 24-hour shore leave in New York. The 1944 original became a film starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra. And now it’s back in a third revival on Broadway that New York Times critic Ben Brantley calls jubilant. We’ll talk to him, and to the son of one of the original writers. This Hour, On Point: The making, and remaking, of On the Town. Read more... http://onpoint.wbur.org/2014/11/10/on-the-town-seventy-years-leonard-bernstein
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