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August 1, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
After three costly flops in a row -- 2003's revival of "Wonderful Town," 2005's revival of "Sweet Charity" and now "Grey Gardens," which closed Sunday despite critical praise and a Tony Award for stars Christine Ebersole and Mary Louise Wilson -- money manager Edwin Schloss says his 33-year side business of investing in Broadway shows is over. "I felt wounded by the experience," the balding 57-year-old said of his experience co-producing the $5-million commercial failure.
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August 1, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
After three costly flops in a row -- 2003's revival of "Wonderful Town," 2005's revival of "Sweet Charity" and now "Grey Gardens," which closed Sunday despite critical praise and a Tony Award for stars Christine Ebersole and Mary Louise Wilson -- money manager Edwin Schloss says his 33-year side business of investing in Broadway shows is over. "I felt wounded by the experience," the balding 57-year-old said of his experience co-producing the $5-million commercial failure.
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December 16, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
"Sweet Charity," the charming, campy, unlucky Broadway show starring Christina Applegate, will close Dec. 31 when Applegate's scheduled run ends. Producers had negotiated with Britney Spears about taking over the lead role on Broadway. "She was quite interested," producer Edwin Schloss said about the 24-year-old pop singer, who had a son in September. "But in terms of her schedule and the baby it was too complicated."
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