Before Stomp! thundered onto the off-Broadway stage, before Jerry Lewis thrilled fans in Broadway’s revival of Damn Yankees, before David Mamet’s Oleanna challenged a nation’s mores or Dinner with Friends won the Pulitzer Prize, there was Mitchell Maxwell—a young man who dreamed of becoming a Broadway producer.
Maxwell shares an insider’s view of Broadway at its most joyous, from his early days of summer stock through his award-winning career.
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Mitchell Maxwell is a producer, director and 35-year veteran of the entertainment industry. He has produced seven Broadway shows, more than 30 off-Broadway and regional productions, four national tours, three West End productions and six major motion pictures. He is the author of Little Did I Know.
Andrew Pandaleon is a singer and performer who has appeared in numerous productions including the original company of Play It Cool (Will), The History Boys (Scripps), Laughter On The 23rd Floor (Brian), Romeo & Juliet (Paris), Happy Days (Richie Cunningham) and Sunset Boulevard (Artie Green). In addition to his life in the theater, Andrew writes and sings jazz songs inspired by the great crooners of the last 70 years.
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