September 03, 2015

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Glen Berger, Broadway Boys and more on January's "On Stage Across America"

A new year means a new episode of "On Stage Across America"! January's edition of the monthly theatre program features an in-depth chat with former Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark librettist Glen Berger, who talks about the beginnings of the troubled show billed the most expensive in Broadway history; a look at one ambitious high school in Texas taking on the classic Miss Saigon; songs from the Broadway Boys; and more! For more information on this national program, co-presented by Playbill, visit local listings.








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