CULTURE & ARTS
09/25/2012 07:57 am ET Updated Nov 25, 2012

'Rebecca' The Musical And The Vanishing Act Of Its Investor

The business of Broadway has always been cloaked in mystery. Most of its 40 theaters are run by three private organizations that operate out of public view. Producers keep deal-making under wraps. The biggest mystery of all is why so many sophisticated investors go along with business-as-usual on Broadway when few shows turn a profit.

But nothing about Broadway has been quite as bewildering lately as the $12 million musical "Rebecca."

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