The musical "Waitress" hasn't yet begun serving its specials on Broadway, but it's already made some history.
Lorin Latarro has been hired to choreograph the show, joining a female book writer, composer and director. That's the first time in Broadway history that the four top creative spots in a show have been filled by four women.
"The fact that it's the first time across all these four departments is an amazing moment," said Tony Award winner Diane Paulus, the director, who has also helmed the recent revival of "Pippin" and the new "Finding Neverland."
"Waitress," which was made into a 2007 film starring Keri...