Lul-Summers : Tour
* Spring 2010 : Janhoy
ShowCases: 3 Sisters, Mikado, 12th Night, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan
prof. Anatoly Antohin Theatre UAF AK 99775 USA (907)474-5253
... I plan to work on ALL Lul concept-show this "developmental" style. Writing a Show
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UTOPIA and Lul-1 (Chorus Line) as a part composition of six shows.
PSGreen - Runaways archives
Lul publicity -- lul.vtheatre.net/tour
Chorus Line (CL) :
Money: Budgets for musicals are larger than any other form of theatre. This is due to the audience's expectation of spectacular scenery and gorgeous costumes, as well as the salaries paid to large casts and a full orchestra. Typically, the largest single expense is for scenic elements, followed closely by advertising. A theatre budget is composed of two parts. The first is the nut, or pre-production budget. This is the amount of money required to bring a show from the idea phase to opening night. The second part is the maintenance, or running budget. This is the amount of money needed to keep a show open from week to week. Large production musicals like Showboat and Ragtime usually have to gross in excess of $400,000 per week in order to maintain profitability. The following chart shows the allocation of money for the pre-production budget of the Los Angeles production of Ragtime. The show opened in June 1997 and closed in 1998.
Let me repeat myself (from Film600 and script.vtheatre.net):
Where teaching and studying (research) meet --
Theme-thought, according to different playwrights (Shakespeare, Ibsen, Strindberg, Chekhov and so on) and directors (Fellini, Kurosawa, Tarkovsky, Bergman pages).
Connections with other themes (list): family, gender and sex...
Finally, my own practical investigations: shows.vtheatre.net (only recently I began to make themes pages, Don Juan 2003, for example).
And the nonfiction (writing), of course: HIM, Father-Russia, PostAmeriKa, Self, POV, Tech (gatepages are in WRITE directory).
Yeah, yeah, there is more -- "philo" pages, metaphysics: in theatre theory directory, for instance (topics-bar: space, time and etc.)
Plus, Virtual Theatre and Book of Spectator!
Web? Oh, this is just medium. Like stage, screen, writing...
SummaryMusical Numbers ACT I - Street Opening - LET ME BE A KID Co. YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND Hubbell and Interpreter I HAD TO GO A.J. APPENDECTOMY Jackie WHERE DO PEOPLE GO Co. FOOTSTEPS Nikki, Lidia and Manny CURRENT EVENTS Eddie EVERY NOW AND THEN A.J. & Co. OUT ON THE STREET Hubbell & Interpreter MINNESOTA STRIP EZ and Roby, Lidia SONG OF A CHILD PROSTITUTE Jackie, Lidia, Manny & Luis CHRISTMAS PUPPIES Nikki LAZAR'S HEROES Lazar FIND ME A HERO Lazar & Co. SCRYNATCHKIELOOAW Nikki THE UNDISCOVERED CHILD Eric I WENT BACK HOME Iggy and Jane THIS IS WHAT I DO WHEN I'M ANGRY A.J. and Nikki THE BASKETBALL SONG EZ & Co. SPOONS Manny LULLABY FOR LUIS (NO LULLABY FOR LUIS BOY) Lidia, Luis & Co. ACT II - Death WE ARE NOT STRANGERS II (Raggae) Moncha, EZ, Manny & Co. IN THE SLEEPING LINE Co. WHERE ARE THOSE PEOPLE WHO DID "HAIR"? Lazar, Deidre & Co. "TRA GOG VO IN DEIN WHOLE" I WILL NOT TELL A SOUL Lazar and Hubbell THE REVENGE SONG Co. ENTERPRISE Deidre, Lazar & Co. SOMETIMES Roby, Lazar & Co. CLOTHES Iggy MR. GRAFFITI Mex-Mongo THE UNTRUE PIGEON SPEECH Nikki THE UNTRUE PIGEON SONG Nikki and Lidia WE HAVE TO DIE? Deidre APPENDECTOMY II Jackie and Melinda TO THE DEAD OF FAMILY WARS (EVERY NOW AND THEN) Deidre LONESOME
NotesPhantom Phacts: "A more recent example of a successful musical is Phantom of the Opera which continues its long Broadway run. As indicated above, much of the profit from a musical comes from its cloned companies. Once it has become obvious that a musical is going to be a hit, plans are made to duplicate the production. Copies of the sets and costumes are ordered, and auditions are announced for a new cast. In the case of Phantom, it was such a smash hit in London that New Yorkers eagerly bought $18 million worth of advance tickets before the American clone opened there in 1988. With opening costs of $8.5 million it was paid for before even opening its doors! Its producer, British impresario Cameron Mackintosh, quickly provided a Los Angeles company which opened in 1989, as well as two national touring companies. The L.A. company broke the local record with $15 million in advance sales, most of which came in before the box office was even open. Sales from "The Phantom Collection" of souvenirs (including a $23 glow in the dark T-shirt) have brought in millions alone. The show was also a windfall for Los Angeles' Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson, which simply moved its entire season to another theatre and rented their house to the Brits. During the three years of Phantom's L.A. run, CTG/Ahmanson's reserve fund swelled from $1.5 million to nearly $12 million from their 5% share of the box office take. A similar arrangement was made for a subsequent Mackintosh show, Miss Saigon.
Phantom has a company of 134 comprised of 36 actors, 60 crew members, 30 musicians, and a staff of eight. There are 120 wigs, 260 costumes, 165 trap doors in the stage, 500 lighting instruments, and 102 candles. The famous chandelier has 30,000 beads and took six months to construct, and 5,600 pounds of dry ice are used each week. The wireless microphones that the performers wear use up about 20,000 AAA batteries per year."
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