Names of Broadway musicals and their social impact are provided.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 7:58 pm ad1c9bdddf
As you investigate the history of Broadway musicals and their social impact, I have given you some ideas to infuse:
First, the 1920s was an era deemed as The Golden Age. Some of its prominent pieces were "-The Vagabond King,. Dearest Enemy, Sally and No, No, Nanette, Lady Be Good, Oh Kay! Show Boat, and others.
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Various social impacts occurred. For example, this era saw the initiation of Black Musicals. Therefore, the social impact encompasses more racial integration in the arts. However, the fatal impact of the Stock Market crash impacted this era, making theatre a powerful emotional escaper from the turmoil of life.
As you explore the 1930s, some possible titles include: Anything Goes, Strike Up the Band , Girl Crazy, Of Thee I Sing, Porgy and Bess, Babes In Arms , I'd Rather Be Right , and I Married An Angel
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The 1930s social impact again provided an escape from the perils of the Great Depression. However, theatre made strong ...
This posting addresses how musicals offer social ramifications.
Broadway costumes are discussed.
This job emphasizes how the use of costumes helps to generate a mood or feeling for the audience in the Broadway musical, Ragtime.
What mood did they create?
Did they set one race apart from another?
Were costumes used in any other way to help with a certain theme?