Posts Tagged: Broadway
Lauretta Charlton delves into Hamilton: The Revolution, the book based off of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s popular Broadway musical, Hamilton. Theater critic and author of the book, Jeremy McCarter, discusses the unique characteristics of the book:
We knew from the beginning that the book ought to evoke Hamilton’s era, and one of the really distinctive things about books back then is the crazy-long, all-inclusive titles, which, it turns out, are stylistically really interesting, but also really helpful because these chapters do include lots of different kinds of stuff.
You think writers have it tough. Actors are all outward, public, on display. They don’t have words to hide behind. Every Little Step, a documentary directed by James D. Stern and Adam Del Deo, is meta-theatre at its best, a film about dancers struggling through auditions for the 2006 Broadway revival of A Chorus Line....more