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I Was Better Last Night: A Memoir


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NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER  A poignant and hilarious memoir from the cultural icon, homosexual rights activist, and four-time Tony Award-winning actor and playwright, revealing never-before-told tales of his private struggles and battle, of intercourse and romance, and of his fabled careerHarvey Fierstein’s legendary profession has transported him from group theater in Brooklyn, to the lights of Broadway, to the absurd excesses of Hollywood and again. He’s acquired accolades and awards for appearing in and/or writing an unbelievable string of hit performs, movies, and TV reveals: Hairspray,  Fiddler on the Roof, Mrs. Doubtfire, Independence Day, Cheers, La Cage Aux Folles, Torch Music Trilogy, Newsies, and Kinky Boots. Whereas he has by no means shied away from the highlight, Mr. Fierstein says that even these closest to him have by no means heard many of the tales – of private struggles and battle, of intercourse and romance, of his fabled profession – revealed in these wildly entertaining tales.I Was Higher Final Night time bares the internal lifetime of this eccentric nonconforming youngster from his roots in 1952 Brooklyn, to the experimental worlds of Andy Warhol and the Theatre of the Ridiculous, to the homosexual rights actions of the seventies and the tumultuous AIDS disaster of the eighties, by way of many years of dependancy, despair, and supreme triumph.Mr. Fierstein’s candid recollections present a wealthy window into downtown New York Metropolis life, homosexual tradition, and the evolution of theater (of which he has been a defining determine), in addition to a transferring account of his household’s journey of acceptance. I Was Higher Final Night time is stuffed with knowledge gained, errors made, and tales that come collectively to explain an astonishingly colourful and significant life. Fortunate for us all, his distinctive and recognizable voice is as participating, outrageously humorous, and weak in these chapters.