A Hundred Years into the Heart
In the late 1970’s, an infant fell from the fourth floor window of an apartment building in Queens. But, a young boy, passing though the alleyway below, caught the child and saved his life. That baby was the cousin of playwright, Richard Vetere -- a Pulitzer Prize nominee and the book writer of the musical drama "A Hundred Years into the Heart." The incident became the inspiration for the musical's plot, which plays out some 25 years after that dramatic rescue. when both the boy and the baby are now men who fall in love with the same woman. And their story is told by an Italian American restaurant owner with a secret that could change everything.
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