Publisher: Limelight Editions Medium: Softcover Author: William Goldman
William Goldman's highly opinionated, mercilessly funny, and tirelessly reported account of the 1967-68 season was, and is, the single best guide to how the theatre business works (and fails to work) on Broadway.
Playwright/novelist/screenwriter Goldman analyzes Broadway from the perspective of the audiences, playwrights, critics, producers and actors.
“Very nearly perfect... It is a loose-limbed, gossipy, insider, savvy, nuts-and-bolts report on the annual search for the winning numbers that is now big-time American commercial theatre.” –Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times