Hey, Isn't That. . . ?
Stephen Sondheim catching the latest revival of "West Side Story," for which he wrote the lyrics more than a half-century ago, at the National Theatre on Friday night. Sweater, casual slacks, good seats -- on the aisle, fifth row or thereabouts. But, oh, what a night to see it: At the start of the second act, as Officer Krupke is called out to harass the Jets, the theater's white emergency lights started flashing, and a fire alarm sent the entire audience out onto the street.
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December 22, 2008; 1:00 AM ET
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