Cy Young began his professional career as a dancer at the Empire Room of the Palmer House in Chicago. One night the six member dance troupe (two guys, six ladies) was invited to a party by an habitual customer whose apartment was one huge bedroom. The customer; Hugh Hefner! Cy moved to New York where he performed on Broadway, in Upstairs At The Downstairs revues, recorded for Painted Smiles records, wrote several produced musicals, co-starred at London's Globe Theater in "Divorce Me Darling," played opposite Buster Keaton in "Once Upon A Mattress," had three plays published by French, has a song on the Streisand Third Album ("Draw Me A Circle"), wrote a short story, "The Schitzle Connection,"which won first prize in an Oklahoma City Writers' competition and was later published by Twit Publishing (Winter/Spring 2011 Edition), and has now written his first ebook, "Onions". Check out the book's trailer on Cy's website, onionsbook.com. Or click here: https://youtu.be/pFOzFIetrg8