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Ira Levin's 'Interlock' unearthed by Vagabond Players

Ira Levin's 'Interlock' unearthed by Vagabond Players

The late author Ira Levin enjoyed some enormous successes. There were those best-selling books that inspired big-time films -- "Rosemary's Baby," "The Stepford Wives," "The Boys from Brazil." There were the hit plays "No Time for Sergeants" and "Deathtrap," which also generated popular movies. And then there were the misses. The musical "Drat! The Cat!," which Levin wrote the book and lyrics for, is one example. It managed eight performances after opening on Broadway in 1965. (We Streisand fanatics are forever grateful for this show because it contained a song she recorded wonderfully, "He Touched Me.") Earlier,...

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