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In 2007, American actor and playwright Peter Michael Marino wrote a huge musical based on the American film "Desperately Seeking Susan" featuring the music of the American band Blondie. It opened on London's West End... and shuttered a month later. WHOOPS! This comic solo train ride about a collective train wreck fills in the blanks of how the £4 million musical was made and unmade. From hatching the idea, to deals with producers, MGM, Debbie Harry and even Madonna; all the way to thrilling workshops, dangerous previews, scathing reviews, closing night and beyond. This 60-minute true tale not only traces the evolution of the high-profile musical from conception to closing, but the journey of an American writer finding his voice in a foreign country that speaks the same language.Performers Peter Michael Marino.
Author Peter Michael Marino. Producer Vertigo Theatre Productions. Director John Clancy.
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