I had a fantastic evening in Chicago the other night. First, drinks at a skyscraper-top bar overlooking the city called Signature Room. It was an appropriate pre-show stop for the evening of theater that would follow.
March 18, 2011
February 9, 2011
What if the work you did was famous but still, no one really knew who you were? This is the occupational hazard for a musical’s book writer or librettist. “I’m not really famous, but the shows I’ve done are famous,” says three-time Tony Award winning book writer Tom Meehan. “I don’t need to put myself [...]