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Writing for the New York Times in 1981, Frank Rich began his witty review of a production of Shakespeare’s Cabaret with the following: ‘[a]s theater lyricists go, William Shakespeare is hard to beat. He may even be better than Lorenz Hart.’1 Hart was, of course, the lyricist half of the famous American song-writing team of Rodgers and Hart, contributing to such well-known compositions as ‘Blue Moon’ and ‘Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered’.