New York, N.Y. Sep 9, 2013 – Mark D. Summit eccentric obscure Canadian multimillionaire entertainment angel investor & music industry maven is a man on a mission. His new musical is Broadway bound. But to get there it needs some power behind the engine, so what to do ? You hire Oprah Winfrey and Whoopie Goldberg to be the engine that drives this train to Broadway. A Hot-Comb And A Hair Grease Kind Of Day is set in the mid 60's to early 70's, and revolves around the Afro American ritual of hair straightening with a Hot Comb and Hair Grease and the southern soul music of the period.
" I know neither Oprah Winfery or Whoopi Goldberg can sing,” admits Mr. Summit but they lit up the screen in the Color Purple, I’d like to see that same chemistry on stage. Laren Bacall and Rex Harrison were not singers either and they did musical theater .
Theater has become about the spectacle, but this spectacle is about the music and the soul of an oppressed people at an oppressive time and the magic that happened !
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