Jenna Segal first saw the movie “Gigi” in 1981 when she was 6 years old. She was sick with a stomach flu and watched it so many times that week that she still hears the “click” of the cassette slipping into the VCR when she thinks of the movie.
Now, 32 years later, Ms. Segal is the driving force and lead producer of the coming Broadway version of “Gigi” set to open April 8 at the Neil Simon Theater. The eight-year, $12 million project involved 58 investors and a few hundred employees and has been no easy feat for a producer without any pri...
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