The buzz on Broadway this season is a hip musical called Passing Strange. It all began in Berkeley, CA with a mid-40s African American rock ‘n’ roll musician who goes by the single name of Stew. After a series of readings and workshops, Stew's first musical — the story of a young black musician's journey from adolescence to manhood — was produced by The Berkeley Repertory Theatre and The Public Theatre, garnering accolades along the way to Broadway, where it has settled into the Belasco ...

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