The Act

by  George Furth, Fred Ebb, John Kander

Full Length Musical  /  5m, 2f

Liza Minelli took Broadway by storm in this "concept musical" about a Las Vegas nightclub performer named Michelle Craig, a has been movie star now trying to make a comeback. All the terrific Kander and Ebb songs are sung by Michelle, making this an amazing tour de force for a performer. …

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Liza Minelli took Broadway by storm in this "concept musical" about a Las Vegas nightclub performer named Michelle Craig, a has been movie star now trying to make a comeback. All the terrific Kander and Ebb songs are sung by Michelle, making this an amazing tour de force for a performer.
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  • Orchestra Size: Medium

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Shine it On
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It's the Strangest Thing
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Bobo's
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Turning
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Little Do They Know
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Arthur in the Afternoon
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The Money Tree
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City Lights
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There When I Need Him
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Hot Enough for You?
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My Own Space
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Walking Papers
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8 Piano/Conductor Scores

Reed I
Reed II
Reed III
Reed IV
Reed V
Trumpet I
Trumpet II
Trumpet III
Trumpet IV
Trombone I
Trombone II
Trombone III
Percussion
Drums
Guitar
Piano/Synthesizer
Violin A
Violin B
Violin C
Cello
Bass


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Authors

George Furth

George Furth

Fred Ebb

Fred Ebb (1928 – 2004) won Tony, Emmy, Grammy, and Kennedy Center Honors Lifetime Achievement Awards for his work as a writer, director, and composer. His collaborations with John Kander, Bob Fosse, Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, and Liza Minnelli made him a legend in the New York theatre community. Mr. Kander and Mr. ...

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John Kander

John Harold Kander was born on March 18, 1927 in Kansas City, Missouri to Harold and Berenice (Aaron) Kander. He was exposed to music at an early age. Kander believed that a bout of tuberculosis as a baby, which had kept him isolated from other people, had actually helped him develop his sense of sound. At age six he b ...

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