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Broadway Banter 2014: Starting off with book recommendation

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Time for a new thread. And, I'm starting it off recommending a must-read for theater affectionados. It's called Song of Spider-Man by Glen Berger. It's a most interesting and detailed saga of the much publicized trouble-laden trip of the show through its long, long, long developmental and preview stage to its opening. The writer is the co-author of the show.
I never saw the show and found it interesting (or is the word "fascinating"?).. I can imagine that those of you who did see the show would enjoy it even more.

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