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May 08, 2014


Lice outbreak latches on to child stars of ‘Matilda’

This has been The News From Broadway.

(Thanks to Annie Where-but-here)


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Your quality Broadway shows like Peter And The Starcatcher would never have a problem like this.

No wonder Broadway is known for being licentious

"latches on"?

"it happens at a lot of shows, and is not uncommon with school-age kids in general."

Umm .. I don't understand why their spokesperson is being so dismissive ("Lice Happens"). EWWWW.

They say the lice are something else on Broadway (on Broadway)
But speaking of them just seems so insane (on Broadway)
‘Cause how you gonna say you're fine
When you are scratching all the time?
Dismissing lice should be a crime - for shame (on Broadway)

Agent, to client/actor: Just think - your name in lice!

Fly lice yes we hava fly lice what kind you like

Waltzing Matilda, waltzing Matilda, you'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me

If Peter and the Starcatchers does get infected you'll have to rename them Castscratchers.

Tiniest chorus line ever.

Even smaller than the flea circus at CATS.

That's what happens when everyone shares the same musical.

Lice, lice, baby.

I'm itching to see this play, but I don't have enough scratch....

Give my regards to Broadway
Remember it's a hairy lair
Tell all the lice on Forty-Second Street
That Rid will soon be there....

Is Matilda the show with a cameo by Jack Bauer?

The lice were allowed to remain in the production when they all presented their itty bitty Actors Equity cards.....

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