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Theatre Books: Audio Format

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gvanover
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joined:3/5/10
Theatre Books: Audio Format
Posted: 5/7/14 at 11:06am
I've got a long road trip ahead of me this week and love listening to audiobooks, but am having trouble finding theatre books that have been made into audiobooks. I've already listened to Patti LuPone's MEMOIR, A LITTLE BIT WICKED by Chenoweth and Seth Rudetsky's BROADWAY NIGHTS. I bought his second audiobook already, but it is only five hours, a small fraction of this drive. Does anyone else have any suggestions of theatre related books that are available in audio format?

PS: I've also done all the American Theatre Wing podcast series. Worth checking out if you haven't, and it's free!
"She couldn't act scared on a New York City subway at three in the morning."- A review of Sarah Brightman for "The Phantom of the Opera"
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PalJoey
Broadway Legend
joined:3/11/04
Theatre Books: Audio Format
Posted: 5/7/14 at 01:59pm
Try the audiobook of William Mann's biography of the early years of Barbra Streisand: HELLO, GORGEOUS.

And the audiobook of Frank Langella's memoir DROPPED NAMES.

...and the audiobook of Sam Harris's HAM: SLICES OF A LIFE
yr pal,
joey




Blocked so far: suestorm, Master Bates
GlitterandBeGay2
Chorus Member
joined:3/22/14
Theatre Books: Audio Format
Posted: 5/7/14 at 08:54pm
Jeff Woodman does a terrific multi-voice reading of Marc Acito's HOW I PAID FOR COLLEGE and its sequel ATTACK OF THE THEATER PEOPLE.

I think Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett both have some self-narrated autobiographies out, too.

 
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