Minsky's

<b>If “<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTPM00000001" title="The Drowsy Chaperone (musical)" href="/topic/entertainment/theater/music-theater/the-drowsy-chaperone-%28musical%29-ENTPM00000001.topic">The Drowsy Chaperone</a>” was your cup of tea, you’ll probably want to talk about: “Minsky’s.”</b><br>
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Coming to the Ahmanson from the creative team behind “Chaperone” and the composer of “Annie,” “Minsky’s” is a musical romantic comedy inspired by the real-life scandal surrounding a woman accidentally exposing her chest on stage in Prohibition-era New York City. Burlesque! Legs! Laughs! Kind of weird having just seen “Spring Awakening” in the same theater. Pictured: Composer Charles Strouse and Susan Birkenhead. (Opens Wednesday)

( Lori Shepler, Los Angeles Times / January 15, 2009 )

If “The Drowsy Chaperone” was your cup of tea, you’ll probably want to talk about: “Minsky’s.”

Coming to the Ahmanson from the creative team behind “Chaperone” and the composer of “Annie,” “Minsky’s” is a musical romantic comedy inspired by the real-life scandal surrounding a woman accidentally exposing her chest on stage in Prohibition-era New York City. Burlesque! Legs! Laughs! Kind of weird having just seen “Spring Awakening” in the same theater. Pictured: Composer Charles Strouse and Susan Birkenhead. (Opens Wednesday)

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