Footnotes by Tommy Tune
A Memoir

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He has danced and choreographed his way to stardom and he's garnered millions of admirers along the way. Now Broadway's 6'6" answer to Fred Astaire gives readers a magical "Tune-ful"--in a buoyant, beguiling theatrical memoir to rank with Moss Hart's Act One and Neil Simon's Rewrites. Photos & line drawings.

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Tina Paul is a dancer, choreographer and actor living in New York City.
Published November 6, 1997 by Simon & Schuster. 240 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, History, War. Non-fiction

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The author is generous with praise for coworkers like director Mike Nichols and designer Tony Walton, but frank about artistic disagreements, and merciless in airing personal grievances, as when Lucie Arnaz refused to kiss him onstage because she feared he might have AIDS or when a longtime boyfr...

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""One was crushed in a coal mine collapse when Mom was four, and the other, after `another hopeless day on the farm,' killed all his hired hands, shot Grandma, and then himself."" Tune often jumps from one idea to the next, skipping years and dancing from topic to topic.

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