The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!)

The Musical Of Musicals (The Musical!)

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The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!) is a musical by Joanne Bogart and Eric Rockwell. It is structured into five acts, each of which is a short musical parodying (and paying homage to) the style of a related group of American or British musical theatre composers, all dealing with roughly the same classic melodrama plot: "I can't pay the rent!"<!-- Is there an actual connection to Rent? See talk page -->

The musical premiered off-Broadway in 2003 at the York Theatre. It again played off-Broadway in 2005 at the New World Stages V (Dodger Stages) with the same cast. It also had a production on London's West End, in Australia (Canberra - 2009 and Feb 2010) as well as numerous productions in U.S. regional theatres and in Canada.

Roles

Each musical features four players who reprise similar archetypal melodrama roles in each.
  • The villain, "Jitter" - Male, the landlord figure of each musical who demands the rent be paid or another form of recompense offered.
  • The hero, "Billy" - Male, the leading man and romantic interest who, in the end, valiantly offers to pay the rent, whether he can or not.
  • The ingenue, "June" - Female, the leading lady who cannot pay her rent.
  • The matron, "Abby" - Female, the older woman to whom June turns for advice, always with the words "Thank you Abby, that was so helpful".


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