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Ever After

The Last Years of Musical Theater and Beyond

VERLAG: Applause Books
PRODUKTFORMAT: Buch Gebunden
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Musik-Fachliteratur
Ever After is more than a detailed show-by-show history of the last quarter century in American musical theater. It explains how the storied Broadway tradition in many cases went so very wrong. Singer takes the readerbehind the scenes for an unparalleled look at A Chorus Line 's final bow, the
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Subtitle The Last Years of Musical Theater and Beyond
Autor Barry Singer
Verlag Applause Books
Produktformat Buch Gebunden
Instrument Group Musik-Fachliteratur
Erscheinungsjahr 2004
ISBN 9781557835291
UPC 073999146370
Serie Applause Books
Seitenzahl 330
No. HL00314637
Beschreibung
Ever After is more than a detailed show-by-show history of the last quarter century in American musical theater. It explains how the storied Broadway tradition in many cases went so very wrong. Singer takes the readerbehind the scenes for an unparalleled look at A Chorus Line's final bow, the creation of Rent, the real people behind Disney's uber-musicals, and even an afternoon with Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Ever Afteralso celebrates the promise of the next generation of young musical theater artists, especially Adam Guettel, Michael John LaChiusa, Ricky Ian Gordon and Jason Robert Brown, addressing not only their work to date, but their futureprojects.

There is no other book currently available that covers this period and subject. Through his work for The New York Times, Singer has interviewed virtually everyone of significance. They are all here, verymuch speaking for themselves. Ever After is both anecdotal and analytical, featuring personality profiles of important creative figures, from Jule Styne to Stephen Sondheim to Jonathan Larson, while critically evaluatingall of the many musicals produced during the past 25 years.

Sure to generate debate, this is a book written not only for the musical theater aficionado, but for anyone who has seen a Broadway musical or has just enjoyed themovie version of Chicago and is curious to know more.
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