January 1981
New Yorker;1/12/1981, Vol. 56 Issue 47, p28
The article relates the author's experience dropping at the Uris Theatre to attend a rehearsal of the New York Shakespeare Festival's new version of "The Pirates of Penzance." The author have seen Linda Ronstadt and Rex Smith who come from the superamplified world of pop music. Likewise, the author was amazed to see the rehearsal because of the complete equipment used by the performers.


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