May is a mad month. A month of random musings about various topics related to musical theatre. Feel free to share your thoughts on each topic in the comment box below.
“One Musical” Composers
Some composers only work on one musical. Sometimes that musical catapults them into legend; at other times, they return to the obscurity from whence they once came. Some of these include:
- Phil Collins, with Tarzan;
- Sherman Edwards, with 1776;
- Lisa Lambert, with The Drowsy Chaperone;
- Jeff Marx, with Avenue Q;
- Barri McPherson and Mark Schoenfeld, with Brooklyn;
- Roger Miller, with Big River;
- Mark Sandrich Jr, with Ben Franklin in Paris; and
- Pete Townshend, with Tommy.
So, dear readers, can you think of any others?