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re: Harold Prince talks about working with Zero Mostel.
Posted by: AlanScott 02:25 am EDT 07/14/17
In reply to: re: Harold Prince talks about working with Zero Mostel. - kieran 01:51 am EDT 07/14/17

What'cha gonna do then? I hope we don't start to see people writing that Tevye was first offered to Milton Berle, Phil Silvers and Red Buttons.

Did Prince really get this specific, or is this semi-inaccuracy courtesy mostly of Harry Haun?

"A decade later, Sondheim used that reject, 'Prologos, Invocation and Instructions to the Audience,' to jump-start his other Burt Shevelove collaboration, The Frogs."

And what about this?

"It got off to a stumbling start in Philadelphia and D.C."

I know that Prince correctly mentioned D.C. but did he also say Philadelphia or is this Haun getting it wrong?
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