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One More Kiss

The Broadway Musical in the 1970s

Mordden, Ethan, 1947-

(Book - 2003)
Average Rating: 5 stars out of 5.
One More Kiss
Print
Baker & Taylor
A celebration of the Broadway musicals that were introduced during the 1970s decade considers the impact of such productions as A Chorus Line, Company, Follies, and Annie. By the author of Open a New Window. 15,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
Ethan Mordden's new entry in his history of the Broadway musical looks at an era that brought us not only the gritty reality of "A Chorus Line" and the brilliantly bittersweet works of Stephen Sondheim, but also the nostalgic crowd-pleasers "No, No, Nanette" and "Annie." It was a time when Broadway both looked to its past, but also to its future and allowed reality to enter. Mordden writes of the last time we ever saw true greatness on the stage of the Broadway musical.


Holtzbrinck
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Ethan Mordden's new entry in his history of the Broadway musical looks at an era that brought us not only the gritty reality of "A Chorus Line" and the brilliantly bittersweet works of Stephen Sondheim, but also the nostalgic crowd-pleasers "No, No, Nanette" and "Annie." It was a time when Broadway both looked to its past, but also to its future and allowed reality to enter. Mordden writes of the last time we ever saw true greatness on the stage of the Broadway musical.
Ethan Mordden's new entry in his history of the Broadway musical looks at an era that brought us not only the gritty reality of "A Chorus Line" and the brilliantly bittersweet works of Stephen Sondheim, but also the nostalgic crowd-pleasers "No, No, Nanette" and "Annie." It was a time when Broadway both looked to its past, but also to its future and allowed reality to enter. Mordden writes of the last time we ever saw true greatness on the stage of the Broadway musical.


Baker
& Taylor

The author takes readers on a tour of the 1970s, from Sondheim to off-Broadway musicals to musical comedy.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Palgrave MacMillan, c2003
ISBN: 031223953X
1403965390
Branch Call Number: 782 M
Characteristics: vi, 264 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.

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