Classic musical; plot point that I didn't get; kinda dark Show more
I saw The Music Man at Stratford today
In the last scene, the children come out wearing their uniforms and they play their instruments and this saves Hill from being murdered by the mob
But a major plot point of the play is that he can't actually teach music
So how did the kids learn to play?
Is this the feverish last dream of a man as the mob rips him apart?
I don't get it
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