Eric Zaccar's Starrs on Broadway: Monica's Community Service





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Published on Nov 14, 2006

The opening narrative on the video basically explains this one, taken from Monica Lewinsky's confidential community service sessions in late 1999, and incorporated into the social satire for the stage, Eric Zaccar's Starr's on Broadway. Of course, it was the forever exuberant and rather talented Natalie Blalock who made this scenario what it is. Andrew Roth and Becky Poole provided the additional voices.

A video montage that will give you a far better and more complete idea of what the entire play is about can also be found on this site. And of course, you can visit our multi-media website, www.starrplay.com. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy.

This clip is not for children or for the unseasoned.


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