Broadway Tails

Broadway Tails

Heartfelt Stories of Rescued Dogs Who Became Showbiz Superstars

eBook - 2012 | All-new edition.
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The sun always comes out tomorrow for the shelter animals Bill Berloni rescuessometimes from death's doorand then trains to meet the demands of the stage. Berloni was a nineteen-year-old theater apprentice more then three decades ago when he was offered his first big break: find and train a dog to appear in the original production of the Broadway hit Annie. Defying the odds, he rescued a down-on-his-luck dog from a local shelter and, together, they redefined what animal performers could do. Since then Berloni and his trainers have provided animals for hundreds of films, commercials, and television shows as well as live theater, including productions of The Wizard of Oz and Winn-Dixie, all over North America. In this heartwarming book, he tells the true stories of throw-away animals who came back to work with some of entertainment's biggest names, names like Bernadette Peters, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mike Nichols, the New York City Ballet, and many more. This updated edition includes an account of Berloni's search for the newest Sandy to star with everyone's favorite red-headed orphan.
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Lyons Press, [2012]
Edition: All-new edition.
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9780762790074
0762790075
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (242 pages) :,illustrations (some color).
Additional Contributors: Hanrahan, Jim

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