|re: Answering Jim's OTHER questions|
||John_Galt (email@example.com) 04:44 pm MST 01/29/07|
|In reply to:||Answering Jim's OTHER questions - Smeghead 10:24 am MST 01/29/07|
I don't see the problem with repeating the music from one song to another in a musical if the repetition communicates something or draws peoples attention to the relationship of a scene to an overall theme, but I've yet to see how that will work with these two musically similar, but thematically distinct works.
Do we know from Jim's blog or other sources that Bat: The Musical will incorporate the Neverland story? I wouldn't be surprised if Jim and the new creative team goes in a different direction.
> I do not think of Graveyard Shift as a Hook song for one
> reason... in your previous interview you said that Bad For
> Good was written as the song Baal (Peter) would sing to
> Wendy to convince her to run away with him (presumably
> taking the place that Bat held in the Neverland workshop).
> Since Graveyard Shift uses the Bad For Good music I can't
> see having both of them in the show and I think Bad For
> Good is one of the lyrically strongest pieces in the show
> in that it most progresses the story. I also think Surf's
> Up is one of the best songs having been mentioned as being
> part of Neverland (for when Peter seduces Wendy) and I
> fear this will not be in the Bat Musical either.
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