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The author of the book: Greg Kotis
Edition: NICK HERN BOOKS
Date of issue: 28 Nov 2003
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 591 KB
City - Country: London, United Kingdom
Full description of the book Urinetown: the Musical:In a Gotham-like city, a depletion of the Earth's water supply has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets. The privilege to pee is regulated by a single malevolent company that profits by charging for one of humanity's most basic needs. From amongst the people, a hero has risen who will lead them to freedom. A grand, mischievous love letter to the conventions of musical theatre, Urinetown depicts a world wracked by ecological disaster, caught in the throes of corporate greed, and ultimately toppled by the best of intentions. Praised by critics for reinvigorating the contemporary musical PDF, Urinetown is one of the most distinctive, intelligent and jubilant theatrical experiences of the twenty-first century. It opened at New York City's Fringe Festival, then transferred to Broadway in September 2001, winning three Tony Awards, including Best Book of a Musical. Urinetown received its UK premiere at the St James Theatre, London, in February 2014, later transferring to the Apollo Theatre in September, in a production directed by Jamie Lloyd.
About the author Greg KotisBoth Greg Kotis (book/lyrics) and Mark Hollmann (music/lyrics) come out of fringe theatre in Chicago. Urinetown is their first musical. It started out at a Fringe Festival in New York and took two years to reach Broadway.
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