Frank Stella, who has been lauded as the master of Minimalism, the man who saved abstract painting, and America's greatest living visual artist, was a Princeton freshman when The Pajama Game took Broadway by storm in 1954. The original multi-award-winning production launched or cemented the careers of such musical theatre legends as then producer Harold Prince, directors George Abbott and Jerome Robbins, composer Richard Adler, lyricist Jerry Ross, choreographer Bob Fosse, actress Carol ...

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