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MARTIN SHORT: FAME BECOMES ME BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: August 17, 2006
Synopsis: In the grand tradition of West Side Story and The Lion King comes the next great American musical... but until then, there's Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, Martin Short's uproarious Broadway extravaganza, with huge and unnecessary set changes, stampeding livestock, unpatented pyrotechnics, and a live birth at select matinees. Filling the stage with unforgettable characters (along with a brilliant troupe of top Broadway performers and musicians, who upstage Mr. Short whenever he lets them), and co-written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (who don't need the money because they wrote Hairspray), Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me brings over 20 years of comic genius to the Broadway stage - and leaves it there. Scott Wittman directs.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"Like some crazy mixed-up house pet — part pit bull, part lap dog — the Broadway musical has taken to biting and licking simultaneously the hand that feeds it. A blend of poison pen and love letter to the traditional song-and-dance show, spiked with the backstage knowingness of an obsessive theater queen, has been the formula for hits like “The Producers” (the rakish father of the trend), “Spamalot,” “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” and “The Drowsy Chaperone.”"
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