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Rom the cantankerous retorts of George Abbott to the literally show stopping antics of Katharine Hepburn you'll learn about the adventures and star turns of some of the Broadway's biggest personalities and discover little known tidbits about beloved plays and musicals from The Black Crook to Beautifu. Though it is a collection of anecdotes about the theater it is sometimes difficult to put down The stories are short but it is such a fun read You can put it down and pick up with the next anecdote if you really want The book is divided into 26 chapters to organize the accounts into some semblance of categories While there may be one or two repetitions it is an extremely well written work The little stories add spice to the history of the theater They reveal the foibles of individuals involved in the theater The Prince of Pleasure (The Wilde Brothers, you'll learn about the adventures and star turns of some of the Broadway's biggest personalities and discover little known tidbits about beloved plays and musicals from The Black Crook to Beautifu. Though it is a collection of anecdotes about the theater it is sometimes difficult to put down The stories are short but it is such a fun read You can put it down and pick up with the next anecdote if Hers to Protect you really want The book is divided into 26 chapters to organize the accounts into some semblance of categories While there may be one or two repetitions it is an extremely well written work The little stories add spice to the history of the theater They reveal the foibles of individuals involved in the theater

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Did you know that Frank Sinatra was nearly considered for the original production of Fiddler on the Roof Or that Jerome Robbins never choreographed the famous Dance at the Gym in West Side Story Or that Lin Manuel Miranda called out an audience member on Twitter for texting during a performance of Ha. Confusingly organized and poorly edited this collection of theater anecdotes is sometimes fun but mostly useless It s often hard to tell where one story ends and the next begins because the tales are so innocuous and dull I found myself asking Wait was that it or What was the point of that Also the subtitle should really be Memories from Anita Gillette and Penny Fuller since basically every other page is about one of them If you have any idea who those two semi stars are this may be a fun read Marriage by Deception you know that Frank Sinatra was nearly considered for the original production of Fiddler on the Roof Or that Jerome Robbins never choreographed the famous Dance at the Gym in West Side Story Or that Lin Manuel Miranda called out an audience member on Twitter for texting during a performance of Ha. Confusingly organized and poorly edited this collection of theater anecdotes is sometimes fun but mostly useless It s often hard to tell where one story ends and the next begins because the tales are so innocuous and dull I found myself asking Wait was that it or What was the point of that Also the subtitle should really be Memories from Anita Gillette and Penny Fuller since basically every other page is about one of them If A Tangled Affair (The Pearl House you have any idea who those two semi stars are this may be a fun read

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Milton the perpetrator was Madonna In Show and Tell The New Book of Broadway Anecdotes Broadway aficionado in chief Ken Bloom takes us on a spirited spin through some of the most intriguing factoids in show business offering up an unconventional history of the theatre in all its idiosyncratic glory F. DNF I love a good anecdote especially about Broadway But damn This jumps from thought to thought with no true ties

  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Show and Tell
  • Ken Bloom
  • en
  • 15 July 2019
  • 9780190221010

10 thoughts on “Show and Tell

  1. says:

    Confusingly organized and poorly edited this collection of theater anecdotes is sometimes fun but mostly useless It's often hard to tell where one story ends and the next begins because the tales are so innocuous and dull I found myself asking Wait was that it? or What was the point of that? Also the subtitle should really be Memori

  2. says:

    Organized alphabetically by person this is an old style compilation of gossip column zingers centered on the golden age of Broadway theater there are some contemporary stories but most of this is background on th

  3. says:

    Sadly this is a rehash of many familiar anecdotes that are uite frankly told better elsewhere Some go off on odd tangents; others like a bad Saturday Night Live Skit simply don’t end; still others suffer from the author h

  4. says:

    This book was a gift from my daughter While I am grateful for the gift the book was a disappointment It is badly organize

  5. says:

    DNF I love a good anecdote especially about Broadway But damn This jumps from thought to thought with no true ties

  6. says:

    Delightful Funny Informative Juicy These are just four of the many words that describe SHOW TELL by Ken Bloom based on stories he has heard directly from the people involved as well as from well known stories The word “show” in the title has two meanings First the stories are about theater experiences primarily shows on Broadway Secondly

  7. says:

    Fun read for Broadway aficionados All others might think much ado about nothing

  8. says:

    I received a copy of the ebook from Net Galley in exchange for an honest reviewI really think this book could have

  9. says:

    Though it is a collection of anecdotes about the theater it is sometimes difficult to put down The stories are short but it is such a fun read You can put it down and pick up with the next anecdote if you really want The book is divided into 26 chapters to organize the accounts into some semblance of categories W

  10. says:

    This book is a joy to read whether you love theatre as an audience member work in the theatre or simply want to learn about the theatre Ken Bloom a world class theatre historian writes entertainingly and accessibly about Broadway with a cornucopia of anecdotes involving some of Broadway's greatest practitioners This is that rare book one you can dip into and be entertained by and one you can learn from A winner

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