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‘Nevermind’ Turns 30

For the 30th anniversary of Nirvana's "Nevermind," eight people who worked closely with the band tell the inside story of how the album became an overnight success.

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    Emma Rice's play with music, based on the 1987 film "Bagdad Cafe," has theatricality but no drama.