Galt MacDermot lives in a restored schoolhouse in Staten Island with his wife, Marlene. He has the financial resources to live anywhere he wants, but he chooses this drowsy borough for the very reason many New Yorkers scoff at it: There's not much going on here. "It's just a typical suburb," says MacDermot, whose hawkish gaze and high cheekbones bring to mind a septuagenarian Glenn Gould. "Coming from Canada,... More >>>