The 1990s was a decade of profound change on Broadway. A different breed of producers challenged the grip theater owners had long held on Broadway, and corporations began to see how much money could be made from live theater. Michael Riedel presents the drama behind every mega-hit or shocking flop, bringing readers into high-stakes premieres, fraught rehearsals, tough contract negotiations, intense Tony Award battles, and more. From the bitter feuds to the surprising collaborations, all the intrigue of a revolutionary era is packed into Singular Sensation. Broadway has triumphs and disasters, but the show always goes on.