Theatre World: Volume 65: 2008-2009: The Most Complete Record Of The American Theatre
The beloved and most complete annual record of the American theatre. "Nothing brings back a theatrical season, or holds on to it more lovingly, than Theatre World." - Harry Haun, Playbill Celebrating its 65th year, Theatre World is the most comprehensive record of the theatrical season on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway, including touring companies and regional companies. Covering hun...
Series: Theatre World (Book 65)
Hardcover: 432 pages
Publisher: Applause (November 1, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 1 x 9.4 inches
Amazon Rank: 3224545
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“Theatre World offers the most complete listing of productions from Broadway,off-Broadway,off-off Broadway and regional and touring shows throughout the United States....”
reds of productions, each entry includes photos, a complete cast listing, producers, directors, authors, composers, opening and closing dates, song titles, and plot synopses. Theatre World also features the year's obituaries, a listing of all nominees and winners of the major theatrical awards, the longest-running shows on and Off-Broadway, and a complete index. Highlights of the 2008-2009 Broadway season include Elton John's dazzling Billy Elliot and Dolly Parton's musical version of 9 to 5. Oscar winner Jane Fonda returned to Broadway after four decades in 33 Variations, while Geoffrey Rush debuted on Broadway in Exit the King with Susan Sarandon. Horton Foote's Dividing the Estate was part of a strong season for new plays that included Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons in Impressionism, and revivals including Kristin Scott Thomas in The Seagull and Daniel Radcliffe in Equus. The musical Rock of Ages and the four-time Tony Award winner Tovah Feldshuh in Irena's Vow both brought down the house Off-Broadway.