Its last impresario tells why it is the most American of all entertainments. (It’s not because of the strippers.)
WHY JANE FONDA IS A MIRROR OF THE NATION’S PAST FORTY YEARS
HISTORY’S MOST PHOTOGENIC LABOR dispute lasted thirty days, spread to eight cities, closed thirty-seven plays, and finally won performers some respect
ON THE ROAD DURING THE ERA OF GREATEST PERIL FOR THE ONE INDISPENSABLE AMERICAN SHOW
It opened fifty years ago and changed Broadway forever
Every spring thirty million Americans watch the Indianapolis 500. It’s the nation’s premier racing event and the pinnacle of a glamorous, murderous epic that stretches back nearly a century.