Alice Bloch is a writer who has a great depth of knowledge about music, theater, and performance in general. She’s published two memoirs (and a novel) exploring her relationships with the women in her life, her own sexual awakening and her rich life experiences in the 1970s New York City gay scene. Alice contemplates a man named Lenny who she almost married in comparison to the “relationship” she had with the famous Leonard Bernstein. With humor and aplomb, Alice takes us through her successes and regrets.
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