Fortunately, he's decided to be flattered (“How many people get to become an opera in their own lifetime?”). If he hadn't, it seems unlikely that daytime TV icon Jerry Springer — or his lawyers — would have let the show named after him get as far as Britain's Royal National Theatre after its initial presentation at the tiny Battersea Arts Centre in south London and subsequent appearance at last year's Edinburgh Festival. But it's at the National that Jerry Springer: The Opera now resides, ...
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