Called the qtheater equivalent of longtime New Yorker film critic Pauline Kaelq by Matinee Magazine, critic and producer Steven Suskin chronicles the 2001-2002 theater season in his latest installment in the Broadway Yearbook series. Commenting with wit and erudition on each show that opened on Broadway between May 2001 and May 2002, Suskin's vivid descriptions recall Tony winners like Thoroughly Modern Millie and Urinetown and commercial smashes like Mamma Mia! and The Graduate. A great read for theater buffs, the book is also a valuable sourcebook for critics, Broadway historians, and theater professionals, providing an array of statistics on every Broadway production of the season, as well as noteworthy off-Broadway performances. The intelligent and witty Broadway Yearbook, 2001-2002 will engage theater lovers, performers, and critics alike.I S aquot;he Producers came tripping into town in April 2001 with spectacular word of mouth, two bonafide ticket-selling stars, and an ... Mamma Mia.1 came tripping into town six months later with enthusiastic but not-so-spectacular word of mouth, no stars, and an ... Ulvaeus were already earning Mamma millions from the London, Toronto, and Australian productions long before their show got to New York.
|Title||:||Broadway Yearbook 2001-2002 : A Relevant and Irreverent Record|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2003-05-01|