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Topic - Gerard Alessandrini
The theater spoof revue "Forbidden Broadway" wasn't kidding when it titled its latest edition "Comes Out Swinging." Its jabs leave few Broadway stars unbloodied and even a shiny Tony Award doesn't get you immunity.
Get ready to goof on "Pippin," ''Kinky Boots," ''Matilda the Musical" and "Motown the Musical" - the theater spoof revue "Forbidden Broadway" is sharpening its witty claws again.
The latest edition of the theater spoof "Forbidden Broadway" will be making folks laugh deep into spring.
While Matthew Broderick clearly can take a joke, it might be best if he skips the latest edition of the theater spoof "Forbidden Broadway."
"It almost sometimes has nothing to do with my take," he says.
"If it solicits a fair amount of laughter, it must be something that other people have thought about," he says after a performance at the 47th Street Theatre. "Therefore it's funny. Therefore it's probably not that vicious."