Who won the tickets to Edwin Drood?
You guys are good at choosing your own Broadway Musical ending!
– In Gyspy, Louise never steps in the spotlight and forms Local 1 instead.
– In A Chorus Line, the front row actually gets the job.
And my favorite . . .
– In Altar Boyz, Matthew actually goes solo.
(Ironically, there was a draft where that actually happened . . . oh, man, did I love that Gary Adler tune that accompanied that moment.)
Enough reminiscing and enough with the endings, let’s find out who’s going to see Drood on Broadway?
Congratulations Emily Herschbein, you win! Email me and I’ll set up your tickets to what I hear is a rollicking good time, no matter who dunnit!
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