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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Barry Weissler
It's one of the oldest art forms known to man and it will continue," said Weissler, who together with his wife, Fran, has produced such shows as "Grease," "Chicago" and "Annie Get Your Gun."
"It will come back to its former life, there's no question about it. Broadway is New York and everyone celebrates the theater in this city," said Barry Weissler, who has been producing work on Broadway since 1982. "It's catch-up time."