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The Broadway Musical in the 1960s
The author of numerous books about Broadway takes readers on a stunning tour of the 1960s, the "Golden Age" of musicals, from Camelot to Cabaret. 17,500 first printing.
An authority on American musicals analyzes the evolution of 1960s Broadway and off-Broadway theater from boy gets girl and "big lady show" themes to greater realism and directorial power. Includes a photo essay of such more traditional plays as Mame and Camelot , and the new "forbidden Broadway" exemplified by Cabaret . Lacks references. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The author takes readers on a tour of the 1960s, the "Golden Age" of musicals, from Camelot to Cabaret.
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