WANTED: An actress who can scream like Fay Wray eight times a week. The creators of the “King Kong” musical are town this week looking for Ann Darrow, the beauty that’ll kill their beast at the Broadway Theatre in the fall of 2018. No stars are auditioning — “The show already has a star: He’s...
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