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“One of my fondest memories is working with Tom Hughes. He was a wonderful producer and a fine gentleman. He adored the theater and treated every show with love and the best kind of professionalism. This wonderful book explains why Tom’s “baby” was a smashing success. He was one of a kind.”

-Carol Burnett

 “This wonderful book, tells the extraordinary story of an extraordinary man. Anné Khouri Hughes speaks from the heart about the man, who changed her life, and, in doing so, she has given us a glimpse into the the private world of a man who had such a profound effect on so many.”

—Michael Biagi,
Broadway Arranger, Musical Director, Conductor 

“It inspires a kind of covetous motivation– a desire to be part of something bigger, to leave a legacy of meaningful relationships and creative work, and to be calm and dignified.”

— Jennifer Deaton, screenwriter

“If you’re looking for the perfect coffee-table book for a Dallas historian or art lover, this is it. Nearly 200 pages of photographs, memorabilia, and stories chronicle the birth of Dallas’ art scene through the lens of the late Tom Hughes.”

-Park Cities People