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Title of Show (Vocal Selections) - Full Length Musical

Title of Show (Vocal Selections)

Hal Leonard

Full Length Musical

ISBN: 9781423473824

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Vocal Selections

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Full Length Musical

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(Vocal Selections). Nominated for a 2009 Tony Award, title of show] is a musical that documents its own creation by two Broadway fans who want to enter the New York Musical Theatre Festival and struggle to complete the show in only three and a half weeks. Our matching folio includes 12 piano/vocal arrangements: I Am Playing Me * Monkeys and Playbills * An Original Musical * September Song * Two Nobodies in New York * Untitled Opening Number * and more.

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"a genuine treat" — Star Ledger
"immensely likeable" — The New Yorker
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"a crowd-pleaser!" — Variety
"infectious joy" — WPKN
"a good dose of fun" — AM New York
In 2008, after a successful off-Broadway run and three Obie Awards, the musical [TITLE OF SHOW] opened on Broadway at the Lyceum Theatre where it played for 102 performances.
Characters
PRINCIPALS
2 Men 2 Women

[title of show] also features an onstage pianist.

CHARACTERS
Jeff - a composer/lyricist
Hunter - a book writer
Susan - their actor friend
Heidi - their actor friend

*The production pianist appears onstage at the keyboard throughout the entire performance. He is referred to as “Larry.” If it is a female pianist, then “Mary.”
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