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‘She started to sing, and I started to cry’. Robert Redford: John Hubley was doing things in animation, Charlie Byrd I went to see. . . . I didn’t see Dylan. I missed him. But [I did see] Barbra, she was before Dylan. What was the name of that place down in the Village? It started with an ‘S,’ a small little club. And she was just a kid. We’d just go out to see new people and so forth, and there she was. And I said, Wow. New York was fabulous in those days. Dustin Hoffman: Streisand was going to the same acting school I was, and I was [dating] her roommate. And she said, Barbra’s going to be on TV this Friday, she’s going to be on this local show with Mike Wallace. I turn it on, and I remember Wallace is interviewing her and she was kind of aggressive. She was sitting on a stool chewing probably five wads of gum. And I thought she was playing the Brooklyn accent more strongly than usual, she was going for an image, and kind of trashing the whole idea of the show. And finally he says, “Are you gonna sing something?” And she takes this wad of gum, I remember she put it underneath the stool. And she started to sing, and I started to cry. It was magical.

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Leandra Watson’s gorgeous costumes are everywhere (based on the original designs of William Ivey Long) from the pert usherette outfits worn by Amanda Farbstein and Chelsea Holifield to open the show to the Ziegfeld Follies costumes with headdresses of sausages, pretzels and beer steins, and of course, Ulla’s clingy dresses. There’s a reason why “The Producers” won 12 Tony Awards (a Broadway record) in 2001. His name is Brooks, who earlier created the zany, ribald “Blazing Saddles” and the equally entertaining “Young Frankenstein.” In his long career (he’ll turn 91 in June) he’s been at the top of his game as an actor, comedian, filmmaker, composer, songwriter and, of course, playwright.

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