Deconstructing Harold Hill: An Insider's Guide to Musical Theatre
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Deconstructing Harold Hill: An Insider's Guide to Musical Theatre

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Following on the success of the very popular and well-reviewed "From Assassins to West Side Story" comes "Deconstructing Harold Hill." This is a book for all fans of musical theatre, and a must for directors and actors. Scott Miller's thoughtful analyses of some of the great works of the musical theatre take the buff or the professional on a journey of discovery. Each chap...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published November 29th 1999 by Heinemann Drama
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I've enjoyed all of Scott Miller's books, and this is no exception. I just love watching him deconstruct musicals and learn why the things I enjoy are so good.
Very in-depth look at several musicals. My only complaint is that I'd like it to have covered even more productions!
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