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The Sweet Smell of Success

The Sweet Smell of Success

Marvin Hamlisch, John Guare, Craig Carnelia

ISBN: 9780634049354

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(Vocal Selections). Based on the famous film starring Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis, this well-received Broadway musical starred John Lithgow, who won the Tony Award for Best Actor for his performance. A controlling, sometimes vicious columnist (a character modeled after Walter Winchell) gets involved with an ambitious young publicist in late 1950s New York. This folio features 11 songs from the show, including: At the Fountain * Don't Know Where You Leave Off * Don't Look Now * For Susan * Laughin' All the Way to the Bank * Welcome to the Night * and more. Includes photos.
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Marvin Hamlisch

Marvin Hamlisch

As composer, Hamlisch won virtually every major award that exists: three Oscars, four Grammys, four Emmys, a Tony and three Golden Globe awards. For Broadway he wrote the music for his groundbreaking show, A Chorus Line, which received the Pulitzer Prize as well as They’re Playing Our Song, The Goodbye Girl and Sweet Smell of Success. (He also wrote the musical scores for: Jean Seberg (1983 ... view full profile

John Guare

John Guare

John Guare'splays include Lydie Breeze; Bosoms and Neglect; The House of Blue Leaves, which won an Obie and NY Drama Critics Circle Award for the Best American Play of 1970- 71 and four Tonys in its 1986 Lincoln Center revival; Six Degrees of Separation, which received the NY Drama Critics Circle Award in 1991 for its LCT production and the Olivier Best Play Award in 1993. Grove Press publishes ... view full profile

Craig Carnelia

Craig Carnelia

Carnelia grew up in Floral Park, New York. He was exposed to Broadway at the age of fourteen when he was inspired by the Richard Rodgers musical No Strings. He played guitar, was in a folksinging group and taught himself to play the piano. While attending Hofstra University he won the role of The Boy in off-Broadway's The Fantasticks, and dropped out of school as a sophomore. After a short stint ... view full profile

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