Whether it's a musical or a drama, some film that just seems made for the stage.
Death Becomes Her
Dawson's 50-Load Weekend: The Musical
Can anyone play the lead for eight shows a week?
All About Eve.
Rifle any gay guy's DVD shelf. "First Wives Club," "Steel Magnolias," "Big Business." All of them, like "Auntie Mame," full of great one-liners and situations ripe for turning into musical numbers. Not to mention the incredibly gayish vibe each one has, either from the movie's cast, writing or audience.
The Marriage of Maria Braun
Fassbinder's Despair -- script by Stoppard, based on Nabokov. -- even without Dirk Bogarde's wonderful performance could be magical with a searing score.
First wives already was. Huge disaster in San Diego
How to Marry a Millionaire.
The Broadway show should be about twinks on the hunt for Sugardaddies.
'Star Trek 3 The Search for Spock' would be a great opera.
Could t be worse than Anna Nicole
Based on recent history----not a fucking one.
As the film was a semi-musical partly set in the Broadway milieu, Jacqueline Susann worked briefly on a musical version of Valley of the Dolls, to be called, no joke, Helen and the Dolls.
But she soon lost interest, as she did with the proposed sequel, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.
[quote]Dawson's 50-Load Weekend: The Musical Can anyone play the lead for eight shows a week?
We're trying to get Hugh Jackman. But in the unlikely event that he passes, John Barrowman's ready to sign for twelve months.