This year, one of the biggest Broadway musicals of the season was staged in New Jersey; the event was the Paper Mill Playhouse revival of James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim's 1971 musical, Follies. Through the month of May, trainloads of musical comedy fans from New York, frustrated by the last act of a Broadway season top-heavy with straight plays, made their way to Millburn, NJ, to see the first-ever local revival of the show. They were not disappointed. The lavish production won standing ...

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