Fame Becomes Me Tickets
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Martin Short’s Fame Becomes Me is a fabulous and great American musical in the mold and tradition of West Side Story, The Lion King, and My Fair Lady. Conceived by Martin Short, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, written by Martin Short and Daniel Goldfarb, and directed by Scott Wittman, this incredible Broadway extravaganza is backed by a cast of top Broadway performers and musicians.
Initially titled Martin Short: If I’d Saved, I Wouldn’t Be Here, this is not a one man show but combines dance numbers and sketches of musical comedy. Bringing over 20 years of his comic genius to the stage of Broadway, Martin Short brings to stage some unforgettable characters, such as Jiminy Glick, and Ed Grimley, among others. The show is a throwback to vaudeville, and showcases Martin Short’s brand of humor. The musical has sprightly music by Mark Shaiman, and along with Scott Wittman, Shaiman has penned the clever lyrics, too.
Martin Short has been hailed as one of the great comic geniuses of our age, and is a complete entertainment package. The musical is hilarious, and is a satirical work of genius, a masterpiece by a master. Martin Short himself says about Fame Becomes Me: “It’s a satiric look at celebrity narcissism.”
The character Jiminy picks up a random ‘victim’ for interview, if there is no celebrity in the audience. Who knows, this could be your 15 minutes of fame on the stage of Broadway!
The musical is performing at Broadway’s Bernard B. Jacobs Theater. Bernard B. Jacobs Theater was formerly known as the Royale Theater when it was built in 1927, and was only recently renamed on May 9, 2005. For a short period, from 1934 to 1936, it was known as the John Golden Theater.
Originally designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp, the theater was built by the real estate magnates - the Chanin Brothers, in the modern Spanish style, in what was known as the Moorish by-way-of-Spain façade. The Bernard B. Jacobs Theater is a mid-sized theater and has presented, both, plays and musicals. This is the theater – then known as the Royale Theater – where Julie Andrews made her Broadway debut in 1954. So did Julia Roberts make her Broadway debut in the renamed theater in 2006.
Today, the theater is owned and operated by the Shubert Organization.The Tickets For The Show
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