Godspell - All for the Best: How Godspell Transferred From the Stage to Screen
- 158 Pages
- Illustrated in B&W
- Released: November 11, 2011
- Originally Released: 2011
- Publisher: BearManor Media
|Foreword by||Paul Shaffer|
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The Off-Broadway hit musical Godspell emerged as a worldwide cultural phenomenon in 1972 when, just over a year after its award-winning emergence on stages around the world and with the Top Twenty Billboard hit "Day by Day," Columbia Pictures decided to film and release it on the silver screen across the globe. In the process, it created cinematic history for its use of locations around New York City (including the then-unfinished World Trade Center) and, at the same time, accomplished the nearly-impossible by taking a small stage show, one that had been originally created as a college thesis, and unleashing it upon a world of moviegoers who have since continued to embrace it as one of the greatest musical hits of all time, as well as a celebrated Easter special and a score that will live forever. In All for the Best: How Godspell Transferred From Stage to Screen, film historian Andrew Martin has captured every step of the show's journey, from school play to an indelible part of modern culture, and depicts in glowing detail all the highs...and lows...of a production that will always live on in the hearts and minds of all who watch and enjoy. Featuring interviews with composer Stephen Schwartz, producer Edgar Lansbury and star Victor Garber besides all of the film's surviving co-stars and key players from the creative team, this impossible-to-put-down story of "the little show that could" is certain to bewitch the reader from the very first sentence. "Andrew Martin's book brings back many treasured memories of productions of Godspell--the opening night at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York City, the opening performance in London, and finally the premiere of the film at the Lincoln Center Film Festival. This book tells the amazing story of Godspell in a factual and entertaining way." - Angela Lansbury
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