Patrick Healy, New York Times theater reporter, talks about how turning the gothic novel Rebecca into a Broadway musical became a whodunit.
As one of those formerly employed by REBECCA, it is still staggering to listen to all the machinations and the reality continues to hit that I lost a job. To all those who were part of REBECCA, I wish us all good luck in finding that next job.
Show Biz ain't for sissies!
Thank you Brian and Patrick! The check (made out to WNYC not CASH) is in the mail (for real)
I will increase my donation to WNYC right this minute, if Brian can get Patrick to say "Max Bialystock"
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