One of the things I’d love to do more of when it comes to musical theatre is discuss some of the wonderful books that have been written about the art form, as well as the actual librettos of the great musicals themselves, as time permits. With that in mind, I thought it might be fun to put my thoughts about some of the musical theatre books I’ve read up on Musical Cyberspace so that visitors to the site could interact with them as they read the book themselves, which might open up some interesting discussion.
So if you have read or are reading (or re-reading!) any of the books discussed in this section of the site, feel free to share your thoughts in the comment boxes that accompany each discussion. Anyone is welcome to post in their own time, so don’t feel like you’re limited to commenting on a particular part of the book for a limited time only or that you have to force yourself through the text to make any comments – and feel free to interact with my comments or those of others when they appear.
Remember that I need to approve your comment the first time you post on Musical Cyberspace, only to avoid spambots that spoil all the fun. So if your first comment doesn’t appear right away, don’t stress: it will appear shortly.