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“There was a time when doing a musical was considered commercial and bad,” she said. “Michael was the only person really developing new musicals.”

He was also unearthing forgotten works. That, in turn, made his theater a magnet for big-name artists — including Richard Rodgers, E. Y. Harburg, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, Betty Comden and Adolph Green — who made the trip up to see, and work on, shows that weren’t being mounted anywhere else.

Read more on Michael Price’s departure from Goodspeed Musicals at The New York Times.

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