Leonard Bernstein's Wonderful Town is a wonderful place to be. A sweet 'n' saucy depiction of Depression-era Manhattan, this Golden Age musical transports you to Greenwich Village in the '30s, where two sisters, recently moved from Ohio, struggle to make it on their own. Based on the 1940 play My Sister Eileen, the all-ages comedy follows Eileen, an outgoing and attractive actress who attracts men like bees to honey, and Ruth, a shy and intelligent aspiring writer as they try to find themselves -- and love -- along the way. Now Stoneham Theatre presents this rhythmic and soaring musical comedy featuring songs like "Ohio," "Swing!" and "One Hundred Easy Ways."