Yes, Gerard Alessandrini’s Great White Way send-up is back and as wonderfully irreverent as ever. ”Bombay Wet Dreams” swaps Bombay Dreams’ 32 fountains for two spray bottles; Dracula gets dissed (it sucks to be him!); Edie Falco and her big hair get teased; and Ethel Merman (a dynamite Megan Lewis) is appropriately ear-splitting. To spoof one of the show’s spoofs: There’s no Broadway like Forbidden Broadway.
Forbidden Broadway: Special Victims Unit Yes, Gerard Alessandrini's Great White Way send-up is back and as wonderfully irreverent as ever. ''Bombay Wet Dreams'' swaps Bombay Dreams' 32...Forbidden Broadway: Special Victims UnitGerard Alessandrini Yes, Gerard Alessandrini's Great White Way send-up is back and as wonderfully irreverent as ever. ''Bombay Wet Dreams'' swaps Bombay Dreams' 32...2004-12-20
Starring: Gerard Alessandrini; Author: Gerard Alessandrini; Opening Date: 10/16/2004
Posted December 20 2004 — 12:00 AM EST
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