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By Boze Hadleigh

The 1st booklet of theater megastar gossip, are you able to think it? Here's the ebook that airs Broadway's soiled laundry! encouraged via the vintage Hollywood Babylon (in print for greater than 40 years, greater than 100,000 copies sold), Broadway Babylon provides a hyper-entertaining examine the good White Way's greatest scandals, best-kept secrets and techniques, and such a lot over-the-top feuds. writer Boze Hadleigh, the preeminent disher of famous person dish, serves up four hundred pages of tasty, never-before-told tales approximately such show-biz icons as Ethel Merman, Tennessee Williams, Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, and lots of, many others. Get it whereas it's sizzling!

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Sorry. TUPOLSKI. ) Okay, so, once upon a time there was this little deaf boy, couldn't hear anything, as is often the case with deaf boys. Oh yes, and it's set in China, so he was a little Chinese deaf boy. I don't know why I set it in China. Oh yes I do. I just like the look of those little Chinese kids, they're funny. ) Anyway, so he's walking home from someplace one time and he's walking along these railroad tracks that stretch for miles and miles across the plains, across the Chinese plains, y'know?

Into Heaven. KATURIAN. No. Into wherever. MICHAL. I like the Pillowman. He's my favourite. KATURIAN. Its a bit downbeat, I'll admit. Is your itchy arse alright now? MICHAL. Oh, it was till you reminded me! Arrgh! ) Hmm. But I still can't figure it out. KATURIAN. Figure what out? Figure out "The Pillowman"? MICHAL. No, I thought I'd hidden it really well. KATURIAN. Hidden what really well? MICHAL. The box with the little boy's toes in it. I thought I'd hidden it really well. I mean, first I'd put it under all my socks and pants in the drawer, which, alright, wasn't very well hid, but then when they started to smell I hid 'em under the dirt in the Christmas tree pot in the attic, 'cos I knew we wouldn't be getting the Christmas tree pot out again for ages.

Is he in prison? ARIEL. Shh shh shh, I'm trying to concentrate ... TUPOLSKI. He's not in prison, no. ARIEL. What did I just actually say? KATURIAN. They never arrested him? TUPOLSKI. They couldn't arrest him. ARIEL. Tupolski! It would be very bad for all concerned to continue with this ... with this line of conversation. TUPOLSKI. I have a dreadful feeling you're right. ARIEL. So I will just connect this last electrode up here, and I will just connect this last electrode up here ... KATURIAN.

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