Jerry insisted and insisted and insisted on that opening number being larger, and engulfing a huge audience that wasn’t Jewish, that didn’t know about shtetls and so on. And over and over again, they’d talk about it, and then finally, one day somebody used the word “tradition,” and he said, “That’s it! Write about tradition. That, everybody has.” So the show has been as great a success in Tokyo as it was on Broadway and anywhere there is tradition. Well, where isn’t there tradition? Actually, unfortunately, there is less tradition today — and that is a terrible loss culturally to all of us — than there used to be, but that time, tradition was just international. Every country held on to that tradition, and the show succeeded because of it.