Part of the tradition is the audience’s response. There was hooting and hollering from the audience, sounding like they were at a rock concert, but it was impossible not to get caught up in the enthusiasm. The general raucousness was a display of the clear delight that the audience enjoyed. It created an atmosphere of unbridled joy and who could resist? Everyone was smiling and laughing and clapping. [more]
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Writer Sheila Kogan has written theater, film and dance reviews for Zealnyc.com, Cinespect.com and Script Magazine. As a writer and producer, she has worked on film and television projects all around the world, from New York to China. A member of the Writers Guild of America East, she is currently developing her own projects.