Enormous masks of Tragedy and Comedy enter haughtily. From beneath them, two comedians say, "This is a story of ancient Greece. . . . If it's good enough for Shakespeare, it's good enough for us!" They exit tap-dancing as the action begins. That's one way to open a musical. Here's another: Two chorus girls enter haughtily in Greek-style tunics. Their version of the punchline runs, "It was good enough for Shakespeare—it's good enough for you." They stroll off as the... More >>>