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Weekend Poll: Which Performer's Memoir Should Become a Broadway Solo Show?

Weekend Poll: Which Performer's Memoir Should Become a Broadway Solo Show?
Which Broadway veteran would you like to see adapt their memoir into a Broadway show?

With the recent announcement that Tony host, How I Met Your Mother star and all-around awesome A-lister Neil Patrick Harris is getting to work on a memoir, Broadway.com started to think of some of the great reads from oither famous folks who've written about their lives. Some of our favorite actors have even taken their memoirs one giant leap further – right onto the Broadway stage! Stage adaptations of Carrie Fisher’s Wishful Drinking and Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays both had successful Broadway runs, and Rent vet Anthony Rapp is prepping to tour with his memoir-inspired solo show Without You. That got us thinking about some of the other great stars we'd like to see tell their own stories on stage. We want to know: Which Broadway veteran would you like to see adapt their memoir into a Broadway show? Vote below! 

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Which performer's memoirs should be a Broadway solo show?


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