When I was 17, it was their third show. They’d written Oklahoma! and Carousel, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Oscar asked me if I’d like to work on it, because they were rehearsing over the summer, which was between college terms for me. So that’s exactly what I did. I was a gopher. You know, fetched coffee and typed script. And he just wanted me to inculcate myself. And I learned a great deal watching because, particularly, the show was highly experimental and it was a failure. And both those things were very important to me, because one of the things I learned was to be brave, and the other thing, not to expect that everything’s going to come out perfectly. Also, the show was very much hurt by the director, Agnes de Mille, and I learned something about that. Gotta watch out for directors.