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On Broadway Men Still Wear Hats: Fascinating Lives Led on the Border of Broadway
     

On Broadway Men Still Wear Hats: Fascinating Lives Led on the Border of Broadway

by Robert Simonson
 
You don't have to be in a play to be a Broadway enthusiast. In On Broadway, Men Still Wear Hats, the lives of some of theater's lesser known contributors are brought to light: an accountant who gave up number crunching to write internet theater reviews full-time, an amateur photographer who went from groupie to Tony Award nominator, a Texas ballet dancer turned kosher

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You don't have to be in a play to be a Broadway enthusiast. In On Broadway, Men Still Wear Hats, the lives of some of theater's lesser known contributors are brought to light: an accountant who gave up number crunching to write internet theater reviews full-time, an amateur photographer who went from groupie to Tony Award nominator, a Texas ballet dancer turned kosher play seller, a Glasgow high school dropout who became Broadway's favorite restauranteur.

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Playbill
Mr. Simonson's profiles are sharply etched and offer a unique theatrical view.
New York Times
Mr. Simonson, one of the few men around Broadway who still wear hats, has written a series of engaging stories about the theater people who, while not appearing onstage, really make the industry go.
Jason Zinoman

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781575253435
Publisher:
Smith & Kraus, Inc.
Publication date:
05/28/2004
Series:
Art of Theater Ser.
Pages:
203
Product dimensions:
5.35(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

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