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re: Books about a single show
Posted by: showtunetrivia 12:00 pm EDT 10/02/22
In reply to: Books about a single show - JFly 10:50 am EDT 10/02/22

McClune, LADY IN THE DARK

Isenberg, TRADITION! and also Solomon, WONDER OF WONDERS (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, though the latter is more a cultural history)

there’s a FAQ on THE SOUND OF MUSIC, too, and plenty of books focused on that show

HAMILTON: THE REVOLUTION and
TITANIC: THE COMPLETE BOOK OF THE BROADWAY MUSICAL These probably lean towards your “coffee table” category (and the libretti!), but are indispensable in my view as they’re compiled by the show’s creators themselves.

I can probably come up with more later.

Laura, who is working on such a book on JUMBO

McHugh, THE BIG PARADE (this isn’t just THE MUSIC MAN, but it mostly is)
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