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The best of Broadway and beyond: the young and the musical, part two: a novel idea for a show

Author: Meridee SteinSheilah RaeJanet Brenner MaltbyRupert HolmesPamela KoslowAll authors
Publisher: New York, 2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Presentation on the topic of family theater, specifically, musicals oriented toward children and teenagers, with a focus on stage material based on novels. Moderator Meridee Stein conducts a series of panels on the musical shows The mystery of Edwin Drood, Jane Eyre, Silas, and Wicked, and discusses these productions with creative personnel from each. Along with the discussion several musical numbers are perfomed.
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Genre/Form: Panel discussions
Interviews
Named Person: Meridee Stein; Rupert Holmes; Rupert Holmes; Paul Gordon, (Composer).; Bruce Coughlin; Stephen Schwartz; Stephen Schwartz
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Meridee Stein; Sheilah Rae; Janet Brenner Maltby; Rupert Holmes; Pamela Koslow; Janet Robinson; Marla Schaffel; Bruce Coughlin; Michael Korie; Anthony Stein; Stephen Schwartz; Dramatists Guild of America.; League of Professional Theatre Women.
OCLC Number: 387772061
Notes: No credits on tape. Information gathered from program.
Audio is low.
Tape cuts off abruptly before the program is over.
A videorecording of the first Best of Broadway and Beyond panel, taped on May 3, 2004, is available on NCOW 276.
Cast: Opening remarks: Sheila Rae, Meridee Stein.
Keynote speaker: Janet Brenner Maltby.
Panelists: Rupert Holmes, Pamela Koslow, Janet Robinson, Marla Schaffel, Bruce Coughlin, Michael Korie, Anthony Stein, and Stephen Schwartz.
Performers: Patti Cohenour, Rupert Holmes, Lianne Marie Dobbs, Julie Hanson, Mark Whitten, David Staller, and Stephen Schwartz.
Event notes: Videotaped at the Acorn Theatre, New York, N.Y., June 13, 2005.
Description: 1 videodisc (114 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. (DVD)
Contents: Songs (show)/performer: Moonfall (The mystery of Edwin Drood) / Patti Cohenour --
There'll be an England again, An English music hall, and There you are (The mystery of Edwin Drood) / Rupert Holmes --
My son (The picture of Dorian Gray) / Rupert Holmes --
Forgiveness (Jane Eyre) / Lianne Marie Dobbs --
Painting her portrait (Jane Eyre) / Marla Schaffel --
Stay a frog (Silas) / Julie Hanson and Mark Whitten --
From one day's end to another (Silas) / David Staller and Julie Hanson --
The wizard and I (Wicked) / Stephen Schwartz.
Other Titles: Young and the musical
Novel idea for a show
Responsibility: The Dramatists Guild of America and the League of Professional Theatre Women present ; produced and moderated by Meridee Stein.

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Presentation on the topic of family theater, specifically, musicals oriented toward children and teenagers, with a focus on stage material based on novels. Moderator Meridee Stein conducts a series of panels on the musical shows The mystery of Edwin Drood, Jane Eyre, Silas, and Wicked, and discusses these productions with creative personnel from each. Along with the discussion several musical numbers are perfomed.

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