Broadway Yearbook 2000 2001Broadway Yearbook 2000 2001



The 20002001 season marked the first season in twenty-four years in which the Shuberts did not produce a single Broadway show.

Author: Steven Suskin

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195348156

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Page: 336

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Broadway Yearbook 2000-2001 is a relevant and irreverent record of the theatrical year. A vivid album of the year on the Great White Way, Broadway Yearbook gives readers front-row seats for the phenomenon of The Producers and the rest of the season's hits and misses. Steven Suskin's acclaimed new theatre annual delivers a vibrant, candid, and thoughtful account of every show to hit the boards: exciting musicals such as The Full Monty and the revival of 42nd Street; intriguing new plays like Proof and The Tale of the Allergist's Wife; and fascinating failures, including Jane Eyre and the beleaguered Seussical. Broadway Yearbook tells us what the shows were actually like. It is an interpretive record, featuring not only dates and names but also the stories behind the statistics. Each entry is accompanied by credits and cast lists, scorecards summarizing overall critical reception for each show, a summary of each show's financial performance, and copies of the illustrative program covers and title pages. Appendices provide a roundup of the season's major awards, memorable performances of the year, obituaries, long run leaders, shows still running from prior seasons, scheduled shows that never reached Broadway, and a comprehensive index. Steven Suskin has provided a unique and detailed record of the season's memorable moments and high points (and low points as well). Written from an insider's perspective, the book is knowledgeable, intriguing, provocative, and entertaining. Broadway Yearbook brings the shows of the 2000-2001 season back for an encore.

Broadway Yearbook 2001 2002Broadway Yearbook 2001 2002



A witty and engaging record of the theatrical year , Broadway Yearbook gives ... and re - re - reading Steven Suskin's Broadway Yearbook , 20002001 .

Author: Steven Suskin

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0195347943

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Page: 408

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Called the "theater equivalent of longtime New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael" by Matinee Magazine, critic and producer Steven Suskin chronicles the 2001-2002 theater season in his latest installment in the Broadway Yearbook series. Commenting with wit and erudition on each show that opened on Broadway between May 2001 and May 2002, Suskin's vivid descriptions recall Tony winners like Thoroughly Modern Millie and Urinetown and commercial smashes like Mamma Mia! and The Graduate. A great read for theater buffs, the book is also a valuable sourcebook for critics, Broadway historians, and theater professionals, providing an array of statistics on every Broadway production of the season, as well as noteworthy off-Broadway performances. The intelligent and witty Broadway Yearbook, 2001-2002 will engage theater lovers, performers, and critics alike.

Broadway Yearbook 2000 2001Broadway Yearbook 2000 2001



Annotation A vivid album of the year on the Great White Way, "Broadway Yearbook" gives readers front-row seats for the phenomenon of "The Producers" and the rest of the season's hits and misses. 31 halftones.

Author: Steven Suskin

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0195148827

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Page: 336

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Annotation A vivid album of the year on the Great White Way, "Broadway Yearbook" gives readers front-row seats for the phenomenon of "The Producers" and the rest of the season's hits and misses. 31 halftones.

Broadway Yearbook 1999 2000Broadway Yearbook 1999 2000



With commitments to the 20002001 Seussical and Follies— plus a possible Wonderful Town transfer in the works—Marshall had no choice but to resign her post, ...

Author: Steven Suskin

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195165555

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Page: 368

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Broadway Season 1999-2000 is a unique and detailed guide to the theatrical year presenting 46 different shows. The volume features a comprehensive discussion of every show that opened on Broadway during the 1999-2000 season as well as several non-Broadway productions of importance or general interest. Each entry is accompanied by credits and cast lists, scorecards summarizing overall critical reception for each show, and a recap of each show's financial performance. A new kind of theatre annual, this distinctive volume discusses what the shows are actually like (instead of merely relying on plot synopses or photographs). It is an interpretive record, featuring not only dates and names but also the stories behind the statistics. Opening night title pages illustrate each show discussion. Appendices include a roundup of the season's major awards, memorable performances of the year, obituaries, long run leaders, shows still running from prior seasons, scheduled shows that never reached Broadway, and a comprehensive index. Steven Suskin has provided a relevant and irreverent record of the year's memorable high points (and low points). Written from an insider's perspective, the book is knowledgeable, intriguing, provocative, and entertaining.

Broadway YearbookBroadway Yearbook



Broadway Yearbook 2000-2001' is a relevant and irreverent record of the year on the Great White Way.

Author: Steven Suskin

Publisher:

ISBN: 160256793X

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Page: 334

View: 156

Broadway Yearbook 2000-2001' is a relevant and irreverent record of the year on the Great White Way. It gives readers front-row seats for the phenomenon of 'The Producers' and the rest of the season's hits and misses. Steven Suskin's theatre annual aims to deliver a vibrant, candid, and thoughtful account of every show to hit the boards.

Broadway YearbookBroadway Yearbook



Broadway Yearbook 2000-2001' is a relevant and irreverent record of the year on the Great White Way.

Author: Steven Suskin

Publisher:

ISBN: 1602567484

Category:

Page: 334

View: 454

Broadway Yearbook 2000-2001' is a relevant and irreverent record of the year on the Great White Way. It gives readers front-row seats for the phenomenon of 'The Producers' and the rest of the season's hits and misses. Steven Suskin's theatre annual aims to deliver a vibrant, candid, and thoughtful account of every show to hit the boards.

Show TunesShow Tunes



BY STEVEN SUSKIN Berlin, Kern, Rodgers, Hart, and Hammerstein: A Complete Song Catalogue Broadway Yearbook, 1999–2000 Broadway Yearbook, 20002001 Broadway ...

Author: Steven Suskin

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199886159

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Page: 624

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Show Tunes fully chronicles the shows, songs, and careers of the major composers of the American musical theatre, from Jerome Kern's earliest interpolations to the latest hits on Broadway. Legendary composers like Gershwin, Rodgers, Porter, Berlin, Bernstein, and Sondheim have been joined by more recent songwriters like Stephen Schwartz, Stephen Flaherty, Michael John LaChiusa, and Adam Guettel. This majestic reference book covers their work, their innovations, their successes, and their failures. Show Tunes is simply the most comprehensive volume of its kind ever produced, and this newly revised and updated edition discusses almost 1,000 shows and 9,000 show tunes. The book has been called "a concise skeleton key to the Broadway musical" (Variety) and "a ground-breaking reference work with a difference" (Show Music)-or, as the Washington Post observed, "It makes you sing and dance all over your memory." The eagerly anticipated Fourth Edition, updated through May, 2009, features the entire theatrical output of forty of Broadway's leading composers, in addition to a wide selection of work by other songwriters. The listings include essential production data and statistics, the most extensive information available on published and recorded songs, and lively commentary on the shows, songs, and diverse careers. Based on meticulous research, the book also uncovers dozens of lost musicals-including shows that either closed out of town or were never headed for Broadway-and catalogs hundreds of previously unknown songs, including a number of musical gems that have been misplaced, cut, or forgotten. Informative, insightful, and provocative, Show Tunes is an essential guide for anyone interested in the American musical.

The Knowledge Management Yearbook 2000 2001The Knowledge Management Yearbook 2000 2001



(Broadway Books, 1999), says today's working people are metaphorically running all the time. “People are so used to always running that they lose their ...

Author: John A. Woods

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136005466

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Page: 576

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The Knowledge Management Yearbook is the most current and comprehensive resource available for knowledge management professionals; no other source of information so thoroughly surveys the state of the knowledge management discipline and industry and how they impact businesses and other organizations. Featuring both definitive articles and cutting-edge knowledge management techniques and research contributed by authorities, The Knowledge Management Yearbook covers the nature of knowledge and its management, knowledge-based strategies, knowledge management and organizational learning, and knowledge tools, techniques, and processes. The reference section includes a set of up-to-date directories detailing on-line knowledge management resources, KM publications and organizations, and notable KM Quotes. The glossary of KM terms is increasingly perceived by the industry as a benchmark by which this evolving discipline is defined. The Knowledge Management Yearbook is an indispensable volume for any professional helping to shape his or her organization's knowledge strategy.

Rent FAQRent FAQ



On Broadway: From Rent to Revolution. New York: Rizzoli, 2016. Jenkins, Jeffrey Eric (editor). The Best Plays Theater Yearbook 20002001 through 2007–2008.

Author: Tom Rowan

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781540004970

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Page: 400

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After opening in a small Off-Broadway theater, Rent, a modern adaptation of Puccini's La Bohème, quickly became a worldwide phenomenon with a more zealous and devoted fan base than had any musical in history. Rent FAQ includes biographical info on the musical's brilliant creator, Jonathan Larson, who tragically passed away at age 35 the night before the show began preview performances. Other chapters focus on the creative team and original cast; the development of the script and score from early drafts and workshop performances to the version we know and love today; the movie version, tours, and much more. The section “Rent Cultural Literacy” is a guide to all the titles and real people referenced in the show and the East Village and Alphabet City locations that Rent helped make famous; another chapter provides clues to the characters and tips for anyone thinking about auditioning for the musical, or putting on a production! A final chapter provides a rundown, with numerous photos, of revivals and local productions all over the country, including regional, community, and dinner theaters, and high school and college versions. Rent FAQ is a treasure trove of information, background, and fun facts for the show's devotees as well as anyone who might be lucky enough to be discovering the musical for the first time!

The Statesman s Yearbook 2009The Statesman s Yearbook 2009



Activate your free online access to www.statesmansyearbook.com today BHUTAN ... In 200001 there were 1,054,936 pupils in primary schools with 19,710 ...

Author: B. Turner

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349740277

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Page: 1608

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This edition is fully updated and contains more information and analysis than ever before. A foldout colour section provides a political world map and flags for all 193 countries. Each copy comes with online access to the full text at no extra cost. Unlimited-user upgrades are also available for libraries who wish to network the data.

The Statesman s Yearbook 2005The Statesman s Yearbook 2005



There were 2,328,894 passenger enplanements statewide in 2000. ... In 2001–02, 40,789 teachers were employed in public elementary and secondary schools.

Author: B. Turner

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230271333

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Page: 2112

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For one hundred and forty-one years The Statesman's Yearbook has been relied upon to provide accurate and comprehensive information on the current, political, economic and social status of every country in the world. The 2005 edition is fully updated and contains more information than ever before. A foldout colour section provides a political world map and flags for the one hundred and ninety-two countries of the world. In an endlessly changing world the annual publication of The Statesman's Yearbook gives you all of the information you need in one easily digestible single volume. It will save hours of research and cross-referencing between different sources, and is an essential annual purchase.

The Best Plays Theater YearbookThe Best Plays Theater Yearbook



... dominant category on Broadway ( 2001–02 , 2002–03 , 2003–04 ) or have been tied with new musicals ( this season , last season and the 200001 season ) .

Author: Jeffrey Eric Jenkins

Publisher: Limelight Editions

ISBN: UOM:49015003159978

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Page: 560

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(Best Plays Theater Yearbook). This annual chronicle of United States theater continues its long tradition of preserving the history of theater in the United States. For this 87th edition, essays by noted theater critics and writers celebrate the season and the ten best plays of 2005-2006. In addition to providing a variety of historical perspectives for the study and enjoyment of theater lovers, Best Plays includes a compendium of facts and figures about the year in United States theater, all illustrated with 100 black-and-white photographs.