David Burns was a well-known Broadway actor when he stepped on the stage in Philadelphia on March 12, 1971. The duo behind Cabaret was having an ‘out-of-town tryout’ for their latest musical, 70, Girls, 70, according to a new book, The Show Won’t Go On. Burns, 68, was singing and dancing toward the end of the second act when he spun, ‘clutched his chest and fell to the stage. It was a heart attack,’ the authors wrote. Burns, who won two Tony awards, was known for his role in 1964’s Hello Dolly o
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