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For Bri Sudia of 'Wonderful Town,' she and Chicago both said 'yes'

Ruth Sherwood, the protagonist of Leonard Bernstein's 1953 musical "Wonderful Town," is a Bechdel test-passing, expert man-losing, scoop-searching journalist whose dreams catapult her out of the Buckeye State and into the Big Apple. Stepping in to the sensible shoes of Ms. Sherwood in a star-making...
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