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Broadway Nights by Seth Rudetsky
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Aug 17, 08

it was amazing
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Read in May, 2008

This book is Hilarious! If you like Broadway and don't mind listing to basically the rambling or as I like to call them scribbles of a very gay man, you should go out and get this book and read it. But, if that isn't your cup of tea you will hate this book. This book is written by a sub pianists who works on Broadway and his movement away from being a sub and to a conductor his dream job. It is also about him and his personal life around his work too. Written a bit like a journal as something for therapy a lot of what is written is stuff that he wants to say, but can't say out loud or fixing problems from him opening his mouth. It is very funny book that I really enjoyed. It does take a certain person to appreciate it, but if you are that type of person this is a book you should defiantly read.
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