Director Rethinks Broadway

A director the Washington Post calls a "wonder boy" moves from his own small theatre in Arlington, Virginia, to direct "Sunday in the Park With George" at the Capitol's Arena Stage. We profile Eric Schaeffer. Composer Stephen Sondheim is a fan. Playwright-director James Lapine is too. And Kander and Ebb, the men who wrote the musical "Cabaret." NPR's Susan Stamberg visits the young man who could be the next "toast of Broadway." (8:00) ((ST

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