Witty and weighty
From the July, 2017 issue
Camelot came to Broadway in 1960 and to movie theaters in 1967. Those years dovetailed with the coming of innovators like Stephen Sondheim, and musicals were never the same again. But while song, dance, and concept got increasingly interesting, that 1950s sense of purpose and conversational verve sometimes got sacrificed.
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