Ghost Light

Ghost Light by Frank Rich is a moving memoir of a boy who later becomes a New York Times drama critic. Rich writes with a light-hearted touch about his own real family and the theatres of 1960s Washington, D.C., where he sold tickets after school. As good in its own way as Agnes de Mille's "Dance to the Piper."

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