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(p. xi) List of Illustrations

(p. xi) List of Illustrations

  1. 1.1 Laird Cregar as George Harvey Bone in Hangover Square directed by John Brahm (1941). 18

  2. 1.2 “God, that’s Good,” formal diagram 21

  3. 1.3 “God that’s Good,” bars 183–91 (musical reduction) 23

  4. 2.1 Ron Raines and Bernadette Peters as Ben and Sally in Follies, Kennedy Center, Washington, DC (2011) 29

  5. 3.1 The musical structure of “Lonely Room” from Oklahoma! (1943) by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II 42

  6. 3.2a Scansion in the first stanza of “Soliloquy” from Carousel 43

  7. 3.2b Scansion at the end of the first stanza of “Soliloquy” from Carousel 43

  8. 3.3a The structure of “Now” from A Little Night Music 45

  9. 3.3b The structure of “Later” from A Little Night Music 46

  10. 3.3c The structure of “Soon” from A Little Night Music, prior to the Trio 46

  11. 3.4 Graphic plan of extract from act 1 of Allegro, showing repeated modules (not to scale) 48

  12. 3.5 Oscar Hammerstein II’s extended (lyric) structure of “Soliloquy” from Carousel 53

  13. 3.6 Graphic plan of the “Interrogation Scene (Simple)” from Anyone Can Whistle, showing repeated modules (approximately to scale) 56

  14. 3.7 Diagrammatic representation of the dramatic structure of South Pacific, indicating dramatic trajectories in the relationships of Emile and Nellie and Cable and Liat 57

  15. 3.8 Diagrammatic representation of the dramatic structure of Sunday in the Park with George, indicating thematic trajectories that determine the “concept” of the show 58

  16. 3.9 Diagrammatic representation of the dramatic structure of Allegro, indicating thematic trajectories that determine the “concept” of the show 58

  17. 4.1 Angela Lansbury in “Rose’s Turn” from Gypsy (1974) 66

  18. 4.2 Frankie Howerd as Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, London (1963) 69

  19. 5.1 Lee Remick and Harry Guardino as Nurse Apple and Hapgood in Anyone Can Whistle (1964) 83

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  21. 6.1 Boris Aronson’s set design for Company (1970) 99

  22. 6.2 A scene from Miyamoto’s production of Pacific Overtures (2004) 111

  23. 7.1 Mark Umbers, Damian Humbley, and Jenna Russell as Frank, Charley, and Mary in Merrily We Roll Along, Menier Chocolate Factory, London (2012) 118

  24. 7.2 Jim Walton as Frank (center, in black trousers) in a scene from Merrily We Roll Along (1981) 122

  25. 8.1 Debbie Allen as Anita in the 1980 revival of West Side Story 134

  26. 8.2 Chita Rivera as Anita in the “Dance at the Gym,” West Side Story (1957) 136

  27. 10.1 Howard McGillin (left) as Addison Mizner and Michele Pawk (left, rear) as Nellie in Bounce, Goodman Theater, Chicago (2003) 167

  28. 10.2 Michael Jibson and David Bedella as Addison and Wilson Mizner in Road Show, London (2010) 172

  29. 11.1 Mandy Patinkin as George the painter, with the cast in act 1 of Sunday in the Park with George (1984) 186

  30. 11.2 Mandy Patinkin in “Putting It Together” in act 2 of Sunday in the Park with George (1984) 186

  31. 12.1 Craig Fleming as Charles Guiteau in Joanne Gordon’s production of Assassins (2006) 206

  32. 13.1 Alun Armstrong, Julia McKenzie and cast in Sweeney Todd, London (1994) 217

  33. 13.2 Imelda Staunton as the Baker’s Wife in Richard Jones’s production of Into the Woods London (1990) 217

  34. 13.3 The world premiere of Assassins in London, directed by Sam Mendes (1992) 218

  35. 13.4 David Thaxton as Giorgio in Passion, Donmar Theatre revival, London (2010) 222

  36. 14.1 Keith Warner’s production of Pacific Overtures for English National Opera (1984) 229

  37. 15.1 Anthony Perkins as Charles Snell, Dorothy Stickney as Mrs. Monday, and Charmian Carr as Ella Harkins in Evening Primrose (1966) 252

  38. 16.1 Nima Wiefstrand as Madame Armfeldt and Eva Dahlbeck as Desirée in Inmar Bergman’s Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) 262

  39. 16.2 Glynis Johns and Hermione Gingold as Desirée Armfeldt and Madame Armfeldt in A Little Night Music (1973) 263

  40. 16.3 Bernard Giraudeau as Giorgio and Valeria d’Obici as Fosca in Ettore Scola’s Passione d’Amore (1981) 270

  41. 16.4 Jere Shea and Donna Murphy as Giorgio and Fosca in Passion (1994) 270

  42. 17.1 Diane Keaton and Warren Beatty in Reds (1981) 288

  43. 17.2 Jean-Paul Belmondo (center) in Alain Resnais’s Stavisky (1974) 291

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  45. 18.1 Johnny Depp as Sweeney Todd in the film by Tim Burton (2007) 298

  46. 18.2 Helena Bonham Carter as Mrs. Lovett (2007) 299

  47. 19.1 Angela Lansbury as Madame Armfeldt and Catherine Zeta-Jones as Desirée in Trevor Nunn’s revival of A Little Night Music, Broadway, New York (2010) 313

  48. 20.1 Nathan Lane as Dionysus with the chorus in The Frogs, Vivian Beaumont Theater, Lincoln Center, New York (2004) 324

  49. 21.1 Imelda Staunton as Mrs. Lovett and Michael Ball as Todd in Sweeney Todd, London (2012) 340

  50. 22.1 The Ensemble in Into the Woods, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London (2011) 356

  51. 23.1 Barbara Barrie, Terri Ralston, Merle Loiuse, Beth Howland, and Elaine Stritch sing ‘Poor Baby’ in Company (1970) 375

  52. 24.1 Gloria Swanson in the ruins of the Roxy Theater, New York 389

  53. 24.2 The “Loveland” sequence in Follies (1971) 398

  54. 25.1 Commodore Perry’s ship in Pacific Overtures (1976) 407

  55. 26.1 Richard Benjamin in The Last of Sheila (1974) 420

  56. 26.2 Michael Jibson as Addison Mizner and Jon Robyns as Hollis Bessemer in Road Show, London (2010) 429

  57. 27.1 Angela Lansbury as Cora Hoover Hooper with her henchmen in Anyone Can Whistle (1964) 440

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