Transcript: Broadway Shows 1. Variety 2. live performance 3. history Nothing can beat the thrill of a LIVE performance! BROADWAY has a LOT of history That's why the BEST part of NYC is: For people off all ages and personalities!
Transcript: Broadway! from a brain to the stage Musicals are thought of every day, but going through the creative process, getting on Broadway, and even trying to live up to the classics and best-sellers is very difficult. What is the creative process for a musical? Everything comes from somewhere. Some things are just raw ideas, others have been thought of before. If a musical is made from a novel, mostly memorable parts are lifted. The first thing a writer does is draft the book and the lyricist will draft a few songs that "come" to him. The next thing they do is submit what they have to a producer. If the producer gives the show a go, lots of table readings will be held to see what the casting company looks for. The show is then cast, and feedback is taken from parents of actors, behind the scenes people, and the actors themselves. Daily rewriting and revising can be found during this time. After the show is set to go, the next big task is getting to Broadway. How does a show get there? New shows premiere every season, but the process of them getting there takes some time. After the creative process, the show will run in popular tourist destinations to "spread awareness." During these tryouts, casting companies go to see if the show "works." After these tryouts, the company will travel all over for non-profit shows. There are forty theatres in New York that are considered to be "on" Broadway. The company makes a deal with one of these theatres, and that theatre becomes that show's home. There are many classics on Broadway that other people would not dream of even trying to make a deal with the theatre. What are the classics? Shows take a long time to get to Broadway, but those that have the honor of being a classic are well loved. When people think of classics, they think of any Rogers & Hammerstein show. A classic is more than just something of the 50's, there are more contemporary classics like Wicked and Les Miserables. The longer a show runs, the more people come to see it and spread the word. Tony Awards are given at the end of every Broadway season in Best Musical, Best Leading and Supporting Actor/Actress. Last year's Best Musical Award went to Book of Mormon, which is rising to fame in a similar style as Wicked. the end! is here And one more thing...
Transcript: There are many great broadway performers however the most well known name from our time is possibly Idina Menzel who starred in the performance of wicked as Elphaba,. Another very popular and famous broadway performaner is Liza (with a z) Minnelli. A famous choreographer is Bob Fosse,he created a dance revelution that changed traditional jazz and musical comedey performances as we know it The costumes and footwear for broadway performances completely depend on the act which is being performed and the style. Broadway shows are performed to written musical peices each written to be performed in a specific show. The song was writen for the show. Broadway is linked from mostly jazz and lyrical calibras but as time goes on more styles are being introduced to the broadway stage. Some of the most famously performed broadway steps are created by Bob Fosse. He had a strange way of moving but it was memorable and is still used and performed today. Robert Louis “Bob” Fosse was born on the 23rd ofJune 1927 in Chicago,Illinois USA. For Damn Yankees he was greatly influence by the 'Father of theatrical jazz dance' Jack Cole and also Jerome Robbins. As seen in the two previous videos, Bob Fosse's choreography was unique and imaginative but was also seen as a elegant and sleek. Fosse's choreography involved of alot of hand gestures. In most Fosse performances he and his dancers wore hats and gloves.This is because Bob started going bold at the age of just 17 and he didn't like his hands so he covered his insecurities. Bob Fosse's dancers were greatly performed in shows, on broadway but also in films. Bob died in 1987, September 23rd of a heart attack in Washington. Throughout his life Fosse received 7 out of 15 nominated Tony Awards. (one short of record holder Gower Champion) The end :) Broadway theater performances began in 1750 and are still greatly popular now days.
Transcript: Broadway, New York By Catherine Edgington Where is it? New York Background: Name changed 4 times between 1625-1674 1625-named New Amsterdam by the Dutch 1664-English took it and named it New York 1673-Dutch took it back and named it New Orange 1674-English permanently repossesed it and renamed it New York History 1983-Empire Theatre opens with The Girl I Left Behind Me 1919-Theatre Guild established in NYC 1931-"Of Thee I Sing"=first musical to win Pulitzer Prize 1943-opening of Oklahoma! marks the beginning of the "Golden Age of Musical Theatre" 1947-First Tony Awards Ceremony 1949-South Pacific becomes second musical to win Pulitzer Prize Since Then-shows opening, including West Side Story, Les Miserables, and Lion King Drama Comedy Musicals Wicked Mama Mia RENT Godspell Anything Goes Mary Poppins THE END :] There Weather ~Similar to WI Cold, snowy Winter Hot Summer Moderate Spring & Fall Here I Love You, You're Perfect. Now Change The Producers Dog Sees God Monty Python Spamalot Chicago Les Miserables The Colour Purple Phantom of the Opera Misc. Facts 2010 New York Population=8,175,000 NYC is second only to Hollywood in the film industry it has over 2,000 cultural and arts organizations 39 of the largest theaters in the city are located on Broadway (New Amsterdam Theatre seats almost 2,000) Things to do Broadway, New York
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Transcript: Broadway Dance History 1860 The Seven Sisters ? 1866 The Black Crook 1868 Lydia Thompson The British Blondes New York 1907-57 Follies Flo Ziegfeld 1987 Les Miserables today... Films and books into musical productions. Theatre Different theatres give different perspectives and different feelings to the broadway it is showing. The dance Productions Costumes Music Imagine watching you favourite Broadway shows without any backdrops or special effeects. This sets the time, place and the whole feel of the show.
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Transcript: Price Discrimination in Broadway Tickets Types of Price Discrimination -First Degree -Second Degree -Third Degree Livio Bolona Maria Alejandra Rodriguez Markets: -Oligopoly -Monopolist ` Discounting in Broadway Price Discrimination Obstacles: -Arbitrage -Information Broadway Theater Business ideal
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