Monthly Archives: June 2005

Shepherd’s Luncheon Features Ted Chapin’s Reflections on the Birth of “Follies”

When the groundbreaking Broadway musical, “Follies,” opened in 1971, I was in the early part of a New York City teaching career that was to last nearly three decades. Teacher salaries of the day did not afford me too many … Continue reading

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Enid takes Encore from “Saloon to Salon”

Outside The Encore club on NYC’s 47th St., it was the hottest night of the year. So it seemed appropriate that inside, despite the comfortable air-conditioning, Enid was giving one of the hottest performances in town with her one-woman show: … Continue reading

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