Brewster’s Millions

Season 11
Storyhouse Originals
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Part of: Storyhouse Originals: Season 11

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based on the book by George Barr McCutcheon

A major new disco musical from Storyhouse, based on the story made famous by Richard Pryor’s film.

Brewster can certainly have her millions, but only by blowing the lot…

A month of disco-dizzy mayhem and hilarity as Brewster must spend a fortune fast to make a fortune last. An empowering moral fable, reminding us that love is all we need.

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