“An American in Paris” on Broadway, Poet Terrance Hayes, & Remembering Nirvana

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Leanne Cope and Robert Fairchild star in the Broadway adaptation of <em>An American in Paris</em>
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The choreographer Christopher Wheeldon took one of the most famous musicals ever –– “An American in Paris” –– and interpreted it for the Broadway stage. The African-American poet Terrance Hayes explains why he never really thought about race when he was growing up in South Carolina. And we find out what made Nirvana’s “Nevermind” the last great rock album.