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Ended 7 Jan 2007 after 5 months
HILARIOUS! It's a satirical tour de force! One of the great comic geniuses of our age, Short is the complete entertainment package.
In the grand tradition of West Side Story and My Fair Lady comes the next great American musical...
If you liked Show Boat and The Miracle Worker, then you'll love Fame Becomes Me, Martin Short's incredibly important new Broadway extravaganza. Backed by a brilliant cast of top Broadway performers and musicians (who constantly steal focus from Mr. Short when he's not looking), and co-created by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (who got tired of counting their money from writing Hairspray), Mr. Short fills the stage with all the unforgettable characters you know and love, plus himself.
In Fame Becomes Me Martin Short brings over 20 years of comic genius to the Broadway stage - and leaves it there.
Previews from : 29th July 2006
Opened : 17th August 2006
Closed : 7th January 2007
Audience: Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me is appropriate for children aged 13 and older. Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Bernard B Jacobs Theater.
Run time: Two hours including one 15 minute intermission
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Opening night: 29 July 2006
Closing night: 7 January 2007
7 reviews, average rating: (3.9 Stars)
Saw this show on Sunday afternoon. It was hysterical !! Felt like we neve... more
. . . and was great. Marty is a standout and his cast of players could eac... more
My daughter and i went to see Mr Short this past weds. matinee..i've been a... more
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