Theater: Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, The Girls Are Marching

Joseph Papp is highly receptive to current issues; he believes that drama should involve itself intimately with subjects that stir, fascinate and disturb people. Out of this concern came the first off-Broadway production of Hair and of No Place to Be Somebody, the black play that won this year's Pulitzer Prize for drama.

Not surprisingly, Papp is the director and producer of the first musical related to the Women's Liberation movement, Mod Donna. A male playgoer is bound to approach a show like this with the trepidation of a little boy about to down a spoonful of cod-liver oil. He will be...

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