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Stars Ready for Spotlight After 3 Workless Weeks

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Stars Ready for Spotlight After 3 Workless Weeks

Performing Arts

Stars Ready for Spotlight After 3 Workless Weeks

Stars Ready for Spotlight After 3 Workless Weeks

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Now that Broadway's stagehands have agreed to return, the show will, indeed, go on. But what about all of those actors who have not sung, danced or acted their way through a complete performance in nearly three weeks?

Bob Saget, star of the Tony Award-winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone, talks with Melissa Block about how he spent his forced vacation and what he expects when he hits the stage Thursday night.