The long-running Off-Broadway show Forbidden Broadway, which appeared in its first incarnation in 1982, will be closing in January 2009. It wouldn’t be the first time that composer/lyricist Gerard Alessandrini’s Forbidden Broadway, a musical revue that parodies Broadway musicals and plays, took a break, so it’s possible that Forbidden Broadway will return to New York soon enough.
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