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Center Stage Contest

Twenty people were interviewed for Center Stage during the run of the show at the Minskoff theatre. The interviews with these cast and crew members are archived on a page titled "Center Stage at the Minskoff," and each person's name is the answer to one of the twenty questions below. No names are repeated.

This was run as a contest from September 22-29, 1999. The questions are still posted here for your enjoyment. Read through the interviews, write down your answers, then find out how many you got right.

All of the clues come directly from the Center Stage interviews. It is not necessary to look in the Talkin' Broadway versions of any interviews.


1.Who gave names to all of her wigs?

2.Who stopped people on the street if they were wearing a Les Miz cast jacket?

3.Who shared some costume horror stories?

4.Who sang "Silent Night" for her SP audition?

5.Who received a degree in philosophy from Harvard?

6.Who thought SP1 was similar to the old Carol Burnett Show?

7.Who had this poem hanging in his dressing room? "Lay your body down, long and lean, and put your head in the guillotine."

8.Who thought people buy a ticket to see danger?

9.Who started his interview by asking questions?

10.Who was in the first show to play at the Uris Theatre? (hint - the show closed in a week)

11.Who basically kicked a stool to himself in SP1?

12.Who said that one of his big songs made him feel like he was in an Alfred Hitchcock movie?

13.Who thought, "The humiliation continues" when he saw the "Creation of Man" costumes for SP2?

14.Who described his hobbies as "raising hell" and "building stuff?"

15.Who is in a band called "Five Floor Monica?"

16.Who compared facets of her job to a big jigsaw puzzle?

17.Who was told by Rick Sordelet, "Never lose your integrity?"

18.Who felt like a clod in dance class as a child, but used that experience in a role later on?

19.Whose first Broadway role was with Colleen Dewhurst?

20.Who prompted the rewrite of a script by answering a question with, "Yeah, now and forever?"

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