(Charles Isherwood’s article appeared in The New York Times, 2/11; via Pam Green.)
The view of the Hudson River from Joel Grey’s apartment on West Street is enchanting, even on a murky day, with a drizzle of rain fogging the long wall of high windows. But during a recent interview Mr. Grey rarely looked in that direction. He was focused instead on his new memoir, “Master of Ceremonies,” published by Flatiron Books this month.
At 83, he felt that at last the time had come to explore in depth the distinctive, surprising, occasionally traumatic arc of his life and career.
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