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What were you up to in 1964? As your memories kick in, we’ll see how they connect with the themes offered by the new musicals of that year, and 1964 was an enlightening time: for starters, the great Fiddler on the Roof (the dangers anti-semitism and the importance of community), Anyone Can Whistle (the perils of conformity) and Hello, Dolly! (the chance to seize the day). Hosted by Bill Rudman, this is TMTP’s first annual look at a notable year.