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Waldorf Library Brothers Grimm Fairy Tale Class With Yoga
Once per week
over 5 weeks
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If you love musicals, chances are you love Stephen Sondheim. More than anyone else, he gave characters in his shows totally unique voices and points of view. A line for one character can't be sung by any other character. How does he do that?! In this class, we'll look closely at the words of songs from all across his career, from WEST SIDE STORY (or maybe even farther back to SATURDAY NIGHT!) to INTO THE WOODS and ROAD SHOW. We'll identify and talk about poetic and lyrical terms and...
There are two main learning goals for this class. 1. Enrich your appreciation of musical theater history 2. Sharpen close-reading skills that can be applied to analysis of poetry or prose
I grew up in the world of musical theater and have performed in and directed theater for many years, as well as studying theatrical history both from literary and practical perspectives.
Lyric sheets, or links to lyrics, will be provided, but students may wish to listen to the songs and / or the cast albums of the shows they're from beforehand.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Sondheim's lyrics, as well as lyrics from other shows we may refer to (Rent, Hamilton, Ragtime, et. al.) occasionally contain mild profanity, and many shows deal with adult themes and / or violence (especially Sweeney Todd)
Max-Joseph MontelLifelong learner
86 total reviews
72 completed classes
A lifelong learner, I enjoy sharing my love of learning with others. A graduate of Harvard with honors and an MFA graduate of Carnegie Mellon, I know from personal experience how hard work produces great results. An avid reader and lover of...