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The Wedding Singer (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) - Full Length Musical

The Wedding Singer (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook)

Chad Beguelin, Matthew Sklar

Full Length Musical

ISBN: 9781575609355

The catchy soundtrack to the Broadway version of Adam Sandler's hit movie features an all-original set of songs (except for "Somebody Kill Me" and "Grow Old With You" which are from the movie) by Chad Beguelin and Matthew Sklar.

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The catchy soundtrack to the Broadway version of Adam Sandler's hit movie features an all-original set of songs (except for "Somebody Kill Me" and "Grow Old With You" which are from the movie) by Chad Beguelin and Matthew Sklar. This folio features 15 of the show songs, including:

Come Out of the Dumpster
Grow Old with You
It's Your Wedding Day
Let Me Come Home
A Note from Linda
Right in Front of Your Eyes
Somebody Kill Me
and more.

This souvenir folio also includes full-color photos from the stage production.

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“A truly clever, and often hilarious score…a real winner.” – New York Theatre Guide

“Another instant crowd-pleaser is born.” - Variety

“Surefire barnburner.” – LA Times

“Rousing.” - Seattle Weekly
Featuring music by Matthew Sklar, lyrics by Chad Beguelin, and a book by Beguelin and Tim Herlihy, THE WEDDING SINGER had its world premiere at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Washington. Previews began on January 31, 2006, before officially opening on February 8, 2006, and running a limited engagement through February 19, 2006. THE WEDDING SINGER then went on to begin previews on Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on March 30, 2006, opening officially on April 27, 2006, and closing on December 31, 2006, after 284 performances and 25 previews. It was directed by John Rando, with choreography by Rob Ashford, and featured Stephen Lynch as Robbie.
GEORGE: The wedding band’s keyboardist and one of Robbie’s best friends. He is sensitive and somewhat flamboyant. The foil to Sammy’s super guy attitude. Male, 25-35 yrs old Range: C4 - A5
GLEN GUGLIA: Julia’s fiancé. A Wall Street broker. He is rich, shallow, and materialistic. Constantly tries to buy Julia’s love with money. He is a bit of a womanizer. Male, 30-45 yrs old Range: D4 - B5
HOLLY: Julia’s cousin. Sexually promiscuous and always up for a good time, but wants to be loved and is looking for romantic fulfillment in all the wrong places. She is in love with Sammy. Female, 25-35 yrs old Range: A3 - E5 JULIA SULLIVAN: Waitress. The pretty “girl next door” in looks and personality. Engaged to Glen but falls in love with Robbie and is conflicted as to who to choose. Empathetic, caring, and brave. Female, 25-35 yrs old Range: G3 - F5
LINDA: Robbie’s fiancé who leaves him at the altar. Keeps Robbie around as a back-up plan. Is more in love with the idea of Robbie being a rock star than she actually is with Robbie. Female, 20-30 yrs old Range: A3 - D5
ROBBIE HART: The lead singer of a band. Handsome and charismatic. A truly 'nice' guy that has the classic lead singer aura and personality. Also a bit of a dreamer. In love with love until Linda leaves him at the altar and breaks his heart. Male, 25-35 yrs old Range: B3 - C6
ROSIE: Robbie’s grandmother who raised him. Motherly but adventurous and always trying to remain “hip” despite her age. Female, 60-80 yrs old Range: C4 - C5
SAMMY: The bass player in the wedding band and one of Robbie’s best friends. A total guy’s guy, but beneath his pretending to love being a bachelor he is actually in love with Holly. Male, 25-35 yrs old Range: C4 - A5
Chad Beguelin

Chad Beguelin

Chad Beguelin is a two-time Tony Nominee for his work on the Broadway musical The Wedding Singer (Tony Award Nomination for Best Book and Best Original Score, Drama Desk Award Nomination for Outstanding Lyrics). He wrote the lyrics for the Broadway musical Elf, which broke several box office records at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. His play Harbor recently premiered off-Broadway at Primary Stages. He ... view full profile

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