Harvey Fierstein

Broadway playwright and performer

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In a corner of the NBC backlot in Universal City, a generic city street set has been transformed into 1960's Baltimore for the upcoming production of  Hairspray Live!

Harvey Fierstein on NBC's 'Hairspray Live'

In a corner of the NBC backlot in Universal City, a generic city street set has been transformed into 1960's Baltimore for the upcoming production of Hairspray Live!

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