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Ted Chapin: Everything Was Possible

The Birth of the Musical Follies

TYPE DE PRODUIT: Recueil
ÉDITEUR: Applause Books
In 1971, college student Ted Chapin found himself front row center as a production assistant at the creation of one of the greatest Broadway musicals, Follies. Needing college credit to graduate on time, he kept a journal of everything he saw and heard and thus was able to document in unprecedented
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Auteur Ted Chapin
Description Instrument Group Ouvrages de référence
Type de produit Recueil
Description Product Type Recueil
Collection Applause Books
Éditeur Applause Books
Année de publication 2005
Nombre de Pages 368
ISBN 9781557836533
UPC 073999590647
Edition Number HL00314704
HL00314704
Description
In 1971, college student Ted Chapin found himself front row center as a production assistant at the creation of one of the greatest Broadway musicals, Follies. Needing college credit to graduate on time, he kept a journal of everything he saw and heard and thus was able to document in unprecedented detail how a musical is actually created. Now, more than thirty years later, he has fashioned an extraordinary chronicle. Follies was created by Stephen Sondheim, Hal Prince, Michael Bennett, and James Goldman - giants in the evolution of the Broadway musical and geniuses at the top of their game. Everything Was Possible takes the reader on a roller-coaster ride, from the uncertainties of casting to drama-filled rehearsals, from the care and feeding of one-time movie and television stars to the pressures of a Boston tryout to the exhilaration of opening night on Broadway. Foreword by long-time NY critic Frank Rich.
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