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Firing up the game, the guys immediately thought, “This kind of sounds like a long-lost Neil Diamond song,” Rossmer recalls. The racing game is what ultimately led to the creation of Off-Broadway musical The Other Josh Cohen—currently playing at the Westside Theatre through February 24—and all because the introductory music reminded writers and stars Steve Rosen and David Rossmer of a certain legendary singer-songwriter.At the theatre, you can hear Eddie Murphy, the voice of Shrek’s sidekick, sing I’m a Believer, the 1966 hit Diamond wrote for the Monkees.
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And Rosen and Rossmer couldn’t be more delighted with their co-stars.“It’s so fun to see people deliver lines and get laughs in places that no one has ever gotten laughs before,” Rosen says.