By William A Everett
In addition to being some of the most well known and obtainable genres, musical theatre is likely one of the so much collaborative arts; regarding composers, writers, visible artists, performers, directorys. choreographers, brokers, critics and audiences. e Musical is the 1st large-scale annotated bibliography of this topic and covers the 'Broadway' musical in addition to the movie musical and musical kinds worldwide. Sections comprise: basic histories; musical theatre surveys; movie musicals; creators and works; performers; functionality reports; periodicals; units and sequence of revealed fabric; discographies; and recorded anthologies.
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44 The Musical 170. Wall, Carey. ” In Lawson-Peebles, pp. 24–43. Wall explores connections between the post-Oklahoma! Broadway musical and the American business ethic, as well as America’s involvement in that ethic. He cites How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying and All That Jazz as examples in his discourse. 171. Wolf, Stacy. A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002. 289 p. ISBN 0-472-09772-5. W65 2002. Taking a feminist reading of the American musical theater, Wolf looks to Mary Martin, Ethel Merman, Julie Andrews, and Barbra Streisand as lesbian idols and cites The Sound of Music as a “lesbian ur-text” (p.
Sadly, there is no index. The songs discussed (and shows from which they come or are most associated) are: “Star Dust,” “The St. ” 82. Frommer, Myrna Katz, and Harvey Frommer. It Happened on Broadway: An Oral History of the Great White Way. New York and San Diego: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1998. 296 p. ISBN 0-15-100280-0. N518 1998. Assembled and edited by oral historians, this collection of reminiscences by stars, creators, and lovers of Broadway is organized according to theme, including “breaking-in” stories, Broadway itself, social and political issues, Rodgers and Hammerstein, dance, expectations of success or failure, star charisma, backstage lessons and lore, and other topics.
Mortimer, Harold Roan. D. , University of Washington, 1999. 223 p. Viennese operetta had a strong influence on American musicals, as is evident in a comparative and critical analysis of Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow) and My Fair Lady. 131. Ostrow, Stuart. A Producer’s Broadway Journey. Westport, CT and London: Praeger, 1999. 201 p. ISBN 0-275-95866-3. N3088 1999. Broadway’s legacy from 1950 to 1998 is told from the point of view of an experienced producer. Ostrow gives candid insights into some of the canonic works of the American musical theater.
The Musical: A Research Guide to Musical Theater and Film (Routledge Music Bibliographics) by William A Everett