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Born Yesterday

Born Yesterday

Still very much alive

From the May, 2002 issue

Born Yesterday is one of the Purple Rose's rare forays into producing plays by dead guys. Though the program notes call it a "classic," unless you're a real buff you've probably never heard of it. It opened in 1946, had a respectable run on Broadway, was duly made into a movie with Judy Holliday, Broderick Crawford, and William Holden,

 
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