|re: Don Claude Devious: Cannibal Rapture|
||rockfenris2005 07:32 am MST 03/23/11|
|In reply to:||re: Don Claude Devious: Cannibal Rapture - steven_stuart 02:37 pm MST 03/21/11|
> > > I guess I am as confident as Richard O'Brien when he was
> > > working on "Rocky Horror"
> That is realy cool. You need to be that confident. For the
> sake of the show. Possibly Richard O'Brien is the perfect
> role model for you (or maybe Jim is).
> started out in a small experimental venue and someone who
> saw it wanted to turn it into a film (I think) and it
> quickly became a huge cult hit (didn't it?).
The stage show was successful, but it was the film that turned it into the greatest cult musical of all time, I believe?
> know what catalyst might be sitting in the "Cannibal
> Rapture" audience. When Jim put "Dream Engine" on in 1969,
> Joseph Papp signed him during intermission (I think -
> correct me if I'm wrong).
We're inviting some people. Who knows. One can only hope for the best. Nobody approached Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber when "Joseph" was originally performed, even in London after the very first mounting in Westminster.
It was "Jesus Christ Superstar" that led to "Joseph" finally opening in the West End, and even then it wasn't the "Joseph" that we're familiar with today. There was a whole new Act called "Jacob's Journey", a prequel to the story, which was later phased out and "Joseph" was, again, expanded.
> > > If that happened with our musical, and people
> > > admired us and we were inspiring other writers, I guess I
> > > could die a fulfilled person. That would be good enough
> > > for me.
> That's a wonderful attitude.
Thank you :)
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