Jerome Sirlin got the call last spring — it was Arthur Laurents saying he remembered Sirlin's Tony-Award nominated scenic design for Kiss of the Spider Woman and wanted to know if he'd like to work with him on the design of a revival of his own 1967 musical, Hallelujah, Baby! A Broadway legend with West Side Story and Gypsy already to his credit, Laurents won his first Tony Award with Hallelujah, Baby! for which he had written the book while Betty Comden and Adolph Green wrote the lyrics ...

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