He and Bob Martin wrote the book for the musical, "The Drowsy Chaperone," on Broadway in New York City with Beth Leavel, Sutton Foster, Bob Martin and Danny Burstein in the cast. Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison were composers and lyricists. David Gallo was scenic designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer. Casey Nicholaw was ...
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It hasn't been acknowledged that television is so niche-specific now. That used to be an insult, I suppose. It used to be shunned - the idea of targeting a cult or finding a specific audience. But that's the way television is now. People watch channels just about cooking.
Bob Martin and he were nominated for a 2006 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Award for Best Book for a Musical for "The Drowsy Chaperone" on Broadway in New York City.