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{{See also|The mythical character [[Merlin]]}}
 
{{See also|The mythical character [[Merlin]]}}
'''Merlin''' was [[Doug Henning]]'s second Broadway show which ran at the Mark Hellenger Theartre in New York from December 10, 1982 to August 7, 1983. {{Youtube Thumb|gsX43madhDQ|300}}
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'''Merlin''' was [[Doug Henning]]'s second Broadway show which ran at the Mark Hellenger Theartre in New York from December 10, 1982 to August 7, 1983. [[File:DougMerlin.jpg|thumb|right]] {{Youtube Thumb|gsX43madhDQ|300}}
  
 
Starring Doug, Debbie and Chita Rivera, as well as young actors Nathan Lane and Christian Slater, the lavish show received five Tony nominations, including Best Musical. The show also broke a Broadway record for setting the one-week box office record at the Mark Hellinger Theatre, earning $421,000.
 
Starring Doug, Debbie and Chita Rivera, as well as young actors Nathan Lane and Christian Slater, the lavish show received five Tony nominations, including Best Musical. The show also broke a Broadway record for setting the one-week box office record at the Mark Hellinger Theatre, earning $421,000.

Revision as of 12:59, 10 November 2012

See also: The mythical character Merlin.
Merlin was Doug Henning's second Broadway show which ran at the Mark Hellenger Theartre in New York from December 10, 1982 to August 7, 1983.
DougMerlin.jpg

Starring Doug, Debbie and Chita Rivera, as well as young actors Nathan Lane and Christian Slater, the lavish show received five Tony nominations, including Best Musical. The show also broke a Broadway record for setting the one-week box office record at the Mark Hellinger Theatre, earning $421,000.


References

  • Hiding the Elephant by Jim Steinmeyer