If you are a fan of Broadway, like me, then you have undoubtedly wondered what “my life as a musical” would be like. Nowadays, there are so many unique opportunities for works to become successful shows that fit a variety of independent themes. For example, on Broadway today you could easily go from one theater to the next and see a show about a struggling shoe factory owner who forms an unlikely partnership with a drag queen to make custom transvestite footwear in “Kinky Boots”, to a piece about boys from the wrong side of the tracks becoming American popular music icons in “Jersey Boys”, to a classic Roger’s and Hammerstein musical based on a beloved fairytale in “Cinderella,” among many others. Only in New York, and only on Broadway do these dreams become reality.
PS. THIS IS JUST AN EXCERPT FROM MY BOOK: “The Open Closet: Letters From A Gay Man” (Available on AMAZON & KINDLE)
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