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‘Shear Madness’ captures French ‘Tony’ for Jordan

Marilyn Abrams and Bruce Jordan, shown here in their Latham office,  proudly display a French poster for the Paris production of "Shear Madness," which recently won a Moliere Award for Best Comedy.
Marilyn Abrams and Bruce Jordan, shown here in their Latham office, proudly display a French poster for the Paris production of "Shear Madness," which recently won a Moliere Award for Best Comedy.
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“Shear Madness” may be just a few years away from turning 40, but Bruce Jordan isn’t at all worried about a mid-life crisis. One of the longest running non-musical plays in the history of theater, “Shear Madness” recently earned a Moliere, the French equivalent to the Tony Award, for Best Comedy for its Paris production at the Theatre des Mathurins. Sebastian Azzopardi, who trained under Jordan in the U.S., directed the show and received the ...


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