The York Theatre Company begins its 2005-2006 "Musicals in Mufti" season with Jerome Weidman and Harold Rome's I Can Get It for You Wholesale. The musical takes a hard-boiled look at the cut-throat world of New York's garment district circa 1937. Harry Bogen is determined to rise to the top by whatever means are required. He starts small-time, then moves into the garment business with a few partners, and then shoves them out of his way. When he ends up bankrupt, only his mother is there to console him. The Mufti production is directed by Richard Sabellico. Audience discussions follow each matinee.