September 04, 2015

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Playbill Vault: Lyricist Martin Charnin Recalls Two By Two

In this exclusive video, lyricist Martin Charnin looks back at the 1970 Broadway production of Two by Two, the Richard Rodgers, Charnin and Peter Stone musical that retells the story of Noah and the ark with Noah and his family characterized in a modern Jewish manner. See all the details from the production at Playbillvault.com.








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