The Theater: New Musical In Manhattan, Mar. 24, 1947

Brigadoon (music by Frederick Loewe; book & lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; produced by Cheryl Crawford) is the name of a very odd Scottish village—one that long ago miraculously vanished, but reappears for a single day every hundred years. Just as the village comes to life one 1946 spring morning, a pair of young American hunters stumble spang upon its 18th Century market place—and the season's most engaging fantasy gets underway.

Brigadoon has a remote, wistful, storybook air. Not the least storybook part of it, naturally, is a romance between one of the Americans and a Brigadoon lass. (The other American just...

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