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1.7 Allegro!

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Okay, we'll say it... It's a flop. We're wrapping up our Rodgers & Hammerstein season with one of their lesser-known works: the 1947 musical Allegro, a show that was ahead of its time but that hasn't been produced much since its original run.

We talk about:

- The Dynamic Duo: Rodgers and Hammerstein as commercial Broadway producers and a creative team

- Concept Musicals: The rise of the “concept musical” and Allegro’s role in that tradition (and its influence on subsequent composers... like a kid named Stephen Sondheim, whose first Broadway job was as an assistant on Allegro!).

- Being Vulnerable: Learning to love by investing in other people's thriving – and the power of vulnerability.

- Aha Moments: Moments of epiphany when everything seems to fall into place, and why we might look for those moments on stage because we rarely experience them in day-to-day life. What does it means to find your "true self?"

You’ll hear:

- Gloria Willis singing “We Have Nothing to Remember So Far” from the 1947 Original Broadway Cast Recording.

- Lisa Kirk singing “The Gentlemen is a Dope” from the 1947 Original Broadway Cast Recording.

You may want to check out:

- Episode 19 of Porchlight Music Theatre's podcast Classic Musicals From the Golden Age of Radio with Michael Weber. It contains the full 1951 radio broadcast of Allegro - and a great introduction by Anika Chapin of Goodspeed Opera Company in CT!

Continue the conversation with Peter (@pgeinvan) and Nathan (@nathan_lerud) on Twitter and join the conversation at the Gospel of Musical Theatre.

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1.7 Allegro!

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コンテンツは The Gospel of Musical Theatre によって提供されます。エピソード、グラフィック、ポッドキャストの説明を含むすべてのポッドキャスト コンテンツは、The Gospel of Musical Theatre またはそのポッドキャスト プラットフォーム パートナーによって直接アップロードされ、提供されます。誰かがあなたの著作物をあなたの許可なく使用していると思われる場合は、ここで概説されているプロセスに従うことができますhttps://ja.player.fm/legal

Okay, we'll say it... It's a flop. We're wrapping up our Rodgers & Hammerstein season with one of their lesser-known works: the 1947 musical Allegro, a show that was ahead of its time but that hasn't been produced much since its original run.

We talk about:

- The Dynamic Duo: Rodgers and Hammerstein as commercial Broadway producers and a creative team

- Concept Musicals: The rise of the “concept musical” and Allegro’s role in that tradition (and its influence on subsequent composers... like a kid named Stephen Sondheim, whose first Broadway job was as an assistant on Allegro!).

- Being Vulnerable: Learning to love by investing in other people's thriving – and the power of vulnerability.

- Aha Moments: Moments of epiphany when everything seems to fall into place, and why we might look for those moments on stage because we rarely experience them in day-to-day life. What does it means to find your "true self?"

You’ll hear:

- Gloria Willis singing “We Have Nothing to Remember So Far” from the 1947 Original Broadway Cast Recording.

- Lisa Kirk singing “The Gentlemen is a Dope” from the 1947 Original Broadway Cast Recording.

You may want to check out:

- Episode 19 of Porchlight Music Theatre's podcast Classic Musicals From the Golden Age of Radio with Michael Weber. It contains the full 1951 radio broadcast of Allegro - and a great introduction by Anika Chapin of Goodspeed Opera Company in CT!

Continue the conversation with Peter (@pgeinvan) and Nathan (@nathan_lerud) on Twitter and join the conversation at the Gospel of Musical Theatre.

  continue reading

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