A symposium about creating Broadway musicals with some of the leading artists working today, including composers, lyricists, orchestrators, designers, directors, and choreographers on musicals such as Jersey Boys, Company, Lysistrata Jones, Urinetown, Sondheim on Sondheim, The Drowsy Chaperone, and In the Heights. Princeton undergraduate students, along with theater scholars and graduate students from across the country, will interview and moderate roundtable discussions. Organized by Princeton Professor of Theater Stacy Wolf and Harvard Professor of Music Carol J. Oja. Free and open to the public.
Lynn Garafola (Barnard), Liza Gennaro (Princeton),
Raymond Knapp (UCLA), Jeffrey S. Magee
(UIllinois Urbana-Champaign), David Savran
(CUNY Graduate Center ), Dominic Symonds
(UPortsmouth, UK), Tamsen Wolff (Princeton),
Elizabeth Wollman (Baruch College), plus graduate
and undergraduate students.
SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE (as of March 22, 2012)
Sponsored by Lewis Center for the Arts, David A. Gardner ’69 Fund, Department of Music, Department of English, Center for African American Studies, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Program in American Studies, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies