Kind of like an American Sweeney Todd.
Will someone write "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf-The Musical" already.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||06/14/2013|
"Killing My Baby" by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
"You're No Good" by Betty Everett
"For the Love of God, Somebody Shit In My Mouth" by Lindsay Lohan
|by Anonymous||reply 1||06/10/2013|
Let Me Be Your Shrew... Team Ivy all the way!
|by Anonymous||reply 2||06/10/2013|
The heartbreaking ballad "Don't talk about the boy, Martha."
|by Anonymous||reply 3||06/10/2013|
And you just knew, and there should be a song written about, Martha's pussy stink.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||06/12/2013|
Broadway only goes for jukebox musicals these days, dear.
"The Earth (Mother) Song"
"Just a Gigolo"
"She's Like the Wind"
|by Anonymous||reply 5||06/12/2013|
I'd rather see a musical version of Mommie Dearest.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||06/12/2013|
And, of course, the Honey Dance.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||06/12/2013|
Oh, won't somebody write a musical of John Cassavetes' Faces! It would be the greatest musical ever written! And how about Annie Hall? A musical of An Unmarried Woman would be ideal!
|by Anonymous||reply 8||06/12/2013|
"What A Dump!" (From Some Goddamn Bette Davis Picture)
Music and Lyrics by Kim Carnes
|by Anonymous||reply 9||06/12/2013|
A musical based on the documentary "Paris Is Burning".
|by Anonymous||reply 10||06/12/2013|
[quote] A musical based on the documentary "Paris Is Burning".
Laugh all you want, but there have been worse ideas.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||06/12/2013|
How about Cat!, the Cat on a Hot Tim Roof musical? Brick could close Act 1 with The Man That Got Away.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||06/14/2013|
Can't wait for the Honey & Martha closing number "I Could Have Danced All Night". It would certainly be better than the original choice of "Sunday Bloody Sunday" by George and Nick.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||06/14/2013|
11 O'Clock number-"No More Hump the Hostess"
|by Anonymous||reply 14||06/14/2013|
"Never Mix, Never Worry" The feel good number of the year !
|by Anonymous||reply 15||06/14/2013|
Helen Lawson is born to play Martha in the musical of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf".
|by Anonymous||reply 16||06/14/2013|
In cluding The showstopping ballad performed by Betty Buckley..."He's in the Math Department..."
|by Anonymous||reply 17||06/14/2013|
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, the musical?
Needing an acidic, bitchy old hag to play Martha?
Oh, please, do go on......
|by Anonymous||reply 18||06/14/2013|
Musicalization diminishes strong non-musical plays and enhances weak ones. WAOVW is too good a play to trivialize with songs.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||06/14/2013|
"Moon over Bergin Street" by Sting
"One Bergin, One Scotch, One Beer" by John Lee Hooker
"Bergin Street Parade" by Wynton Marsalis
|by Anonymous||reply 20||06/14/2013|
"Get the Guests" -- George & Martha
"I Am the Earth Mother (and You're All Flops)" -- Martha
"I Know This Story" -- George & Honey (duet)
"Slim-Hipped" -- Nick
"Daddy's the President" -- Martha
|by Anonymous||reply 21||06/14/2013|
"Good, Better, Best...Bested!"
A showstopper for George, and a great dance number for terrified Nick. The surprise comes when a flashback teenaged George and his flashback Daddy take the stage, "bourgin" and all, for an extended set piece of VIOLENCE (as Honey sings from offstage)
|by Anonymous||reply 22||06/14/2013|
Has nothing to do with Sweeney Todd in any way shape or form.
Great play but in no way does it lend itself to the form of a musical or opera.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||06/14/2013|
Pomposity, thy name is R23.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||06/14/2013|
(R21) sounds like selections from the Frankel/Korie version.
Next summer at Williamstown!
|by Anonymous||reply 25||06/14/2013|
r23, please remove head from ass, dear.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||06/14/2013|