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Acting in Ghetto More Satisfying Than Broadway
September 1, 1968
San Bernardino County Sun
San Bernardino, California

NEW YORK - It's a long way from New York's sweltering ghetto streets to Broadway's bright, gaudy theater district.

But these dissimilar scenes are the backdrop for the schizophrenic world of Peg Murray, who stars in the hit musical "cabaret" at night and devotes her days to bringing entertainment to the poverty areas of the city.

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The stars who have appeared in "Broadway In The Streets," which is the name of the touring show, would make an impressive array for any Hollywood spectacular.

Peg lines up the talent with a special telephone she had installed in her Greenwich Village3 aprartment, and she has come up with such big names as Joel Grey, Moms Mabley, the Cowsills, Judy Collins and Ed McMahon, to mention a few.

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