'Spring' brings bountiful crop of producers to Broadway

Thielman, Sam
June 2007
Variety;6/18/2007, Vol. 407 Issue 5, p46
Entertainment Review
The article discusses the unusually large number of producers associated with the Tony Award-winning musical "Spring Awakening." The history of the show's development is outlined and some of the 29 producers are discussed. It was not thought likely to be a commercial success, but became one in the wake of a multitude of positive reviews.


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