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Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There (2003) Poster

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Gwen Verdon: Now they tell me that it was The Golden Age of Broadway, but when you're that involved with it, you don't know you're in The Golden Age. And after I left the stage, I immediately started playing everybody's mother in movies!

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Kaye Ballard: By the time I went back to do "Pirates of Penzance" in 1982, it was a joke! It was like Nurse Rached - this person's out, that person's out...

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Harold Prince: The more you know, the less you know.

Rick McKay: And you would know.

Harold Prince: And I would know.

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Elaine Stritch: I never hung out at the drug store with the gang. I went to saloons like a crazy person, 'cause boy, that was fun.

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Elaine Stritch: I think people are so STUPID when they say, "Oh, we shouldn't revive these musicals, we shouldn't revive that show." My God! There's a whole new generation in the world! They should see 'Kiss Me, Kate.' It's great theater! They should see 'Guys and Dolls.' One of the best musicals ever written. They should see 'Annie Get Your Gun.' It's a ball. This is, you know, Beethoven, this is Bach, this is, uh, somethin'! Fer chrissake...

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