Seen on Broadway: Thoroughly Modern Millie , the last new musical of the Broadway season, is based on the 1967 film of the same name, a kind of camp classic starring Julie Andrews as a breathless young flapper let loose in 1920s Manhattan. As in the film, the musical tracks the romances of Millie and her friend Miss Dorothy, with a subplot about a white slavery ring headed by Mrs. Meers, the girls’ landlady. The world wasn’t waiting for a new version of this material but, apparently, the ...

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