Musical Stage Adaptation

Some articles on stage, musical, adaptation:

Richard D'Oyly Carte - Career - Peak Years For The Opera Company
... They are now accepted as useful training schools for the legitimate stage, and from the volunteer ranks have sprung many present-day favourites." Cellier and Bridgeman attributed the rise in ... The musical establishment constantly pressured Sullivan to abandon comic opera in favour of serious music, and after he was knighted in 1883, the pressure only ... supplanting Patience as the second-longest-running work of musical theatre up to that time ...
Duke Ellington - Music Career - Early Career
... New dance crazes like the Charleston emerged in Harlem, as well as African-American musical theater, including Eubie Blake's Shuffle Along ... referred to as the "Kentucky Club"), an engagement which set the stage for the biggest opportunities in Ellington's life ... The musical numbers were composed by Jimmy McHugh and the lyrics by Dorothy Fields (later Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler), with some Ellington originals mixed in ...
List Of Works Based On Peter Pan - Stage
... Peter Pan (1924), music by Jerome Kern, an authorised Broadway adaptation ... and lyrics by Leonard Bernstein, an authorised Broadway adaptation ... Intended as a musical, it was eventually staged as a "straight" dramatic version with only five songs ...

Famous quotes containing the words adaptation, musical and/or stage:

    In youth the human body drew me and was the object of my secret and natural dreams. But body after body has taken away from me that sensual phosphorescence which my youth delighted in. Within me is no disturbing interplay now, but only the steady currents of adaptation and of sympathy.
    Haniel Long (1888–1956)

    Then, bringing me the joy we feel when wee see a work by our favorite painter which differs from any other that we know, or if we are led before a painting of which we have until then only seen a pencil sketch, if a musical piece heard only on the piano appears before us clothed in the colors of the orchestra, my grandfather called me the [hawthorn] hedge at Tansonville, saying, “You who are so fond of hawthorns, look at this pink thorn, isn’t it lovely?”
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    I know that each stage is not going to last forever. I used to think that when he was little. Whenever he was in a bad stage I thought that he was going to be like that for the rest of his life and that I’d better do something to shape him up. When he was in a good state, I thought he was going to be a perfect child and I would never have to worry; he was always going to stay that way.
    —Anonymous Parent of An Eight-Year-Old. As quoted in Between Generations by Ellen Galinsky, ch. 4 (1981)