There Are Easter Eggs Hidden in the Set of Hairspray Live!

Special Features   There Are Easter Eggs Hidden in the Set of Hairspray Live!
 
And Harvey Fierstein explains all of the hidden gems before you watch it live on NBC December 7.
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Hairspray Live! Set

On the set of Hairspray Live!, which transforms California’s Universal Studio lot into 1962 Baltimore, Easter eggs are strewn throughout the street that Maddie Baillio’s Tracy Turnblad will walk down as she sings the show’s opening number, “Good Morning Baltimore.”

While on set in Los Angeles, CA, Harvey Fierstein (the musical’s Tony-winning original star and the television broadcast’s screenwriter and star) took us through the secret references embedded in Derek McLane’s set. Below, he explains the inspiration behind each building.

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