Gerard Alessandrini/Michael Portantiere: Forbidden Broadway - Behind The Mylar Curtain

Gerard Alessandrini/Michael Portantiere: Forbidden Broadway - Behind The Mylar Curtain

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Media: Book
Catalogue #: HL00314789
ISBN: 9781557837431


Forbidden Broadway: Behind the Mylar Curtain is a hilarious, loving, no-holds-barred chronicle of the revue that has enthralled and delighted audiences for three decades, spoofing shows from Les Misérables to Wicked and stars from Ethel Merman to Hugh Jackman.

This journey through the creation and history of Forbidden Broadway offers a dazzling, whimsical inside glimpse at the show – and there's no better person to tell the tale than the creator/writer/director of Forbidden Broadway, Gerard Alessandrini.

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Published on: 14/12/2009
Format: History
Length: 272 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Applause Books
Author: Gerard Alessandrini; Michael Portantiere

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