Column: Michael Riedel's latest book 'Singular Sensation' is about Broadway in the '90s — the decade when the Great White Way took on a life of its own

In his revelatory first book about Broadway in the 1970s and ‘80s, “Razzle Dazzle,” the writer Michael Riedel made a typically immodest claim: Broadway saved New York City. And in Riedel’s sequel, “Singular Sensation,” Broadway gets to enjoy its just rewards. And, boy oh boy, does it have fun.When Riedel, the longtime New York Post columnist, picks up the mantle in 1991, royalties from worldwide productions of “Phantom of the Opera” and “Cats” are filling Andrew Lloyd Webber’s coffers with so much cash, he barely knows what to do with all that money. So why not take an intimate story about a f…

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