November 27th Pins and Needles Day

The labor related play, Pins And Needles, opened at the Labor Stage Theater in New York, Broadway, in 1937. It was a play written by Harold Rome in support of the Labor Movement in America. It didn’t exactly keep people on the edge of their seats but it did have a meaning. Today we see being on Pins and Needles as being anxious about something or anticipating something coming up. This, like the play, can be good… or bad… depending on what you are waiting for and like every story ever told it has two sides. Do your best to try and understand both.

How to celebrate – Go to Broadway. See a Theater play. Read the Pins and Needles script if you can find it.

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