Stop Me If You've Heard This

Fallen Angel, a play about a rock band that is opening in Chicago next month, features a memorable jailhouse scene in which the young leader of the band visits his father, a convicted financier. Perhaps the playwright, BILLY BOESKY, understood the material all too well. His father, Ivan Boesky, served two years (1988-90) for stock-trading crimes.


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