the front row

for those of us who love new musicals

AUDIENCE & MUSICAL THEATRE FANS

Do you love musical theatre?  Then you’ve come to the right place.  Here at the Front Row, you’ll find lots of interesting things, provided to you for FREE by New Musicals Inc.:

  • Online musical theatre videos
  • Musical theatre trivia and history
  • Musical theatre websites and organizations

Got ideas for more musical-theatre-things we could include here?  Drop us a line at admin@nmi.org


INTERNET MUSICALS


Here is a sample internet musical:

Are you WRITING and/or DEVELOPING a new musical?

If so, you’ll want to see the Musical Theatre Writers’ Resource Center.  Links to producers, agents, theatres, contests, ideas, workshops, feedback, links and advice.

 

MUSICAL THEATRE WRITERS RESOURCE CENTER

Here’s a random quote from our Lyric Library:

You came, you saw, you conquered and
Absolutely nothing is the same.
Your special fascination’ll
Prove to be inspirational.
We think you’re just sensational.

--Jerry Herman

Sneak Previews:

Directly below you can see random excerpts from some of the free stuff you’ll find inside on the Front Row.  Click any link below to see more!


LINKS


Here are some random samples from our musical-theatre related links:

      • Theatre Producer Academy
      • Rhyming dictionaries
      • TheatreMania
      • BroadwayWorld.com
      • Tisch – Graduate School in Musical Theatre Writing

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MUSICAL THEATRE ARCHIVES


Here's a sample of items from our vault of historical photos, and musical theatre trivia about events that happened THIS month in the past:

      • March 3, 1975     Goodtime Charley opened today. Playing opposite Joel Grey was Ann Reinking. The 104-performance flop lost $1.1 million.
      • March 6, 1948     Stephen Schwartz was born today. He first hit the scene contributing lyrics to Leonard Bernstein’s Mass in 1971. That same year, Godspell opened off-Broadway.
      • March 8, 1921     Cyd Charisse was born today. She achieved stardom as Gene Kelley’s dance partner in Singin’ in the Rain. The other highlights of her relatively brief career included The Bandwagon, Brigadoon, It’s Always Fair Weather, and Silk Stockings. At 68, Charisse made her Broadway debut as Elizaveta Grushinskaya, the aging Russian ballerina in Grand Hotel.

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