The Playbill Broadway Yearbook: June 2011 to May 2012: Eighth Annual Edition

The Playbill Broadway Yearbook June to May Eighth Annual Edition Playbill Broadway Yearbook Many of the people who work on Broadway keep scrapbooks of their experiences photos signed posters ticket stubs and of course the Playbills These are treasured keepsakes

  • Title: The Playbill Broadway Yearbook: June 2011 to May 2012: Eighth Annual Edition
  • Author: Robert Viagas
  • ISBN: 9781557839275
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Playbill Broadway Yearbook Many of the people who work on Broadway keep scrapbooks of their experiences photos, signed posters, ticket stubs, and, of course the Playbills These are treasured keepsakes, something to be savored over a lifetime, and then passed on to friends and descendants Playbill Books, a division of the iconic 128 year old company that designs the p Playbill Broadway Yearbook Many of the people who work on Broadway keep scrapbooks of their experiences photos, signed posters, ticket stubs, and, of course the Playbills These are treasured keepsakes, something to be savored over a lifetime, and then passed on to friends and descendants Playbill Books, a division of the iconic 128 year old company that designs the programs for every show on Broadway, has expanded this idea into an annual project that has become a Broadway institution The Playbill Broadway Yearbook Taking the form of a high school or college yearbook, the eighth edition is packed with photos than 4,000 of them, many in color and memorabilia from the entire 2011 2012 Broadway season The new edition includes chapters on 70 Broadway shows, which is every show that ran during the season not just such new shows as Spider Man Turn Off the Dark, Once, Newsies, Nice Work If You Can Get It, and One Man, Two Guvnors, but the long running ones from seasons past, such as Phantom of the Opera, The Book of Mormon, and Wicked In addition to headshots of all the actors who appeared in Playbill, the book has photos of producers, writers, designers, stage managers, stagehands, musicians, ushers even Leonardo, the SM fish who is the backstage mascot at Jersey Boys This year s roster is expected to top 10,000 names.

    One thought on “The Playbill Broadway Yearbook: June 2011 to May 2012: Eighth Annual Edition”

    1. The Playbill Broadway Yearbook series is perfect for anyone who is very interested in theater. It not only is a wonderful collector's item, it also is a great reference book that includes the information for every show in the Broadway theatrical season. We also love that it uses the form of a high school yearbook because it emphasizes the relationships and nostalgia in the Broadway community.

    2. I just love these yearbooks. They are great fun to read, and are a great resource for harden theatre whores like myself and my husband. Can't wait for next year's edition.

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