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On June 14th 1929, 91 years ago, Cy Coleman the great tunes-smith who traversed the music worlds of pop, musical theater and jazz during the 20th century was born. In his lifetime, Cy Coleman has collected many accolades for his music, penned over fourteen musical scores, ten of which have been performed on Broadway, wrote … Continue reading I Like Your Style: A Critical Analysis on Cy Coleman’s Broadway Musicals
“I think the hardest thing in the world to do is a musical and I have many fellow designers who agree with that. It is the hardest art form to pull off.” – Judith Dolan Introduction: This is our story rich and rare! As you see from this picture above, what is a Tony … Continue reading The Best of All Possible Costumes: Q&A with Tony Award Winning Costume Designer, Judith Dolan
Introduction From a decaying mansion in the nasty republican town of East Hampton, to a picture perfect suburban house in Hartford, to the beauty salons on New York’s Fifth Avenue, Composer Scott Frankel and Lyricist Michael Korie have taken their audiences to interesting and dramatic slices of American life through their Broadway musicals. The characters … Continue reading The Theater of Scott Frankel & Michael Korie
Introduction: Life’s a party, why don’t you come to the Steel Pier?! 21 years ago, Steel Pier: A New Musical premiered on Broadway. To celebrate one of my all time favorite shows, this blog will discuss all you need to know about this very special musical. So dip your toes into the ocean, be willing … Continue reading Celebrating STEEL PIER