Show Business: The Sexual Non-Show

The show has grossed more than $275,000 and is doing a sellout business at Manhattan's Village Gate. A cast album is in the works, along with road companies in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston and Toronto. This summer Pinnacle Books will publish a volume on the story of the production.

That is a considerable distance for an off-Broadway musical to travel without even having had an official opening. But Producer Phil Oesterman and Lyricist-Composer Earl Wilson Jr., the gossip columnist's 31-year-old son, reason that a few stuffy reviews could only spoil their astonishing success with Let My People Come, a mostly nude...

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