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Broadway song & story : playwrightslyricistscomposers discuss their hits

Guernsey, Otis L. (Otis Love) Jr 1918-2001 (compiler.). McNally, Terrence, (writer of introduction.).

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Summary:

How does a show become a major hit? What special magic goes into a production on and off Broadway that sets it above all others in instant popularity and lasting entertainment? What is it like to write for the theater?
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Baker County Library 792.09747 .B863 (Text) 37814000438011 NON-FICTION Book None 06/18/2020 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780396087533
  • ISBN: 0396087531
  • Physical Description: xiii, 447 pages ; 25 cm
    print
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Dodd, Mead & Company, [1985]

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes indexes.
Formatted Contents Note: Pt. 1 Landmark Hits : On the Town ; Death of a Salesman ; Tea and Sympathy ; West Side Story ; Gypsy ; The Fantasticks ; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ; Barefoot in the Park ; Fiddler on the Roof ; Cabaret ; Torch Song Trilogy --pt. 2 Author! Author! : Robert Anderson ; Neil Simon ; Marsha Norman ; Jerry Herman ; Arthur Miller ; Sidney Kingsley ; Stephen Sondheim ; Edward Albee ; Leonard Melfi ; Garson Kanin ; Terrence McNally ; Marc Connelly --pt. 3 Our Profession : Broadway Playwriting: Impossible Dream? ; The Anatomy of the Theater Song ; The Value of Criticism ; Author and Director: Plays ; Author and Director: Musicals ; Humor ; The Libretto ; Composer and Lyricist ; Short Plays, Small Musicals ; The Art of Adaptation.
Summary, etc.: How does a show become a major hit? What special magic goes into a production on and off Broadway that sets it above all others in instant popularity and lasting entertainment? What is it like to write for the theater?
Subject: Theater United States History 20th century Sources
Musicals New York (State) New York Congresses
Revues New York (State) New York Congresses
Theater New York (State) New York Congresses
Theater New York (State) New York
Theater United States History 20th century
Genre: Conference papers and proceedings.
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