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A Dizzy Design Is The Spark That Stes Off The Laughs In Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me

Fame Becomes Me packs a whole lot of Martin Short into a rapid-fire 95 minutes of musical comedy revue. There's Martin Short, the grounded, good-natured Canadian comic, who is awed to be entertaining audiences from the stage of the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre (whose unromantic name, changed from the Royale last year, gives rise to jokes). Then there is the alternate Martin Short, a notorious, egomaniacal bad boy, the terror of Studio 54, whom the real Short invents when he fears his own

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