Put aside the politics, the polemics and the president. Michael Moore, nestled into a booth at a bar in the theater district, wants to talk about something else: his lifelong love affair with New York City and Broadway. Flint, Michigan’s most famous son, now starring on Broadway in “The Terms of My Surrender,” started coming...
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