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Someone once astutely observed that "there is a sucker born every minute". Indeed, the carefully calibrated corporate sector has overwhelmingly capitalized on this social mantra and employed slick advertising and duplicitous PR to promote products and services that otherwise a common person would not have felt the need, or want of. Some items may seem innocuous enough, such as designer wear, television programming and the related merchandizing, myriad sporting events that run throughout the year ad nauseam, copious cosmetics, etc. However, others such as pharmaceutical drugs, especially of the psychotropic and chemo variety, open an entire Pandora's Box worth of body toxins and chemical complications that rear their ugly heads in the form of dyslexia, cancer and immune system suppression and deficiency. On the sidelines of this great con game are characters such as the likes of Harold Hill whose creator Meredith Wilson pitched him as a boys' band musical paraphernalia selling charlatan in his musical, The Music Man. Lock down some The Music Man tickets now to behold some melodious con artistry with a hint of mystery.
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In the calm before the storm of World War 1, Harold Hill meanders into the town of River City in Iowa and instantly starts chatting up the residents into paying heed to his sales pitches. The locals, already wary of travelling salesman, are taken in with his fast-talking demeanor, especially when packaged in the guise of a music professor. He successfully convinces the townsfolk that instead of having a pool table, they should opt for letting their youth become part of a boy's band (no not one like N' Sync or The Backstreet Boys but a marching /brass variety) in order to stave off their corruption. Where the ordinary people of River City buy into to his quirkily termed "Think System" of learning how to play music as well as purchase the actual instruments themselves, the town's librarian Marian Paroo is not so easily convinced and gathers evidencing proving that his claim of a music degree from Gary Conservatory is completely bogus. Yet in a unique turn of events, Marion falls for Harold's deceptive charms, especially after seeing her withdrawn brother Winthrop open up and engage in the faux band. Yet another travelling salesman Charlie Cowell arrives on the scene and is hell-bent to expose the con that Harold is trying to pull, but the now the completely besotted Marion along with her brother, attempts to help Harold escape the enraged townsfolk and then defends him after he chooses to face his "marks". Eventually the boys in the band put on a display of their mysteriously acquired music playing abilities and the town's people come to terms with The Music Man's inadvertent contribution and let him go.
The Music Man's creator Meredith Wilson claimed that instead of conjuring up the theme and the related script, he drew copious inspiration from his hometown of Mason City in Iowa. Following some initially unsuccessful attempts at getting his musical off the ground, namely as a television special and a movie through MGM, he had Franklin Lacy simplify the libretto. The Music Man musical entailed several years of development and refinement and ended up in its final form after some forty revisions and a score of 18 songs.
The Music Man opened on Broadway at the Majestic Theater in a cold end to 1957 and closed after putting in 1375 performances at the Broadway Theater. It clamped down on six Tony Awards including "Best Musical" and "Conductor and Musical Director", as well as a quartet of other nominations. The original production of The Music Man also picked up a Theater World Award for Eddie Hodge's portrayal of Winthrop. A Broadway revival in 1980 bagged a Theater World Award and ran for 21 performances and a revival in 2000 entailed almost 700 performances and managed to get 8 Tony nominations that were matched by an equal number of Drama Desk ones, as well as a Theater World Award win for Craig Bierko's portrayal of the lead.
Featuring a musical fecund score, composed by Wilson that runs from "Rock Island" and "Iowa Stubborn" through "Seventy-six Trombones" to "Shipoopi" and "Till There Was You," The Music Man is exactly what the moniker implies; a symphonic ride that navigates through mirthful melodies and endearing plot twists. So claim The Music Man tickets now for being serenaded by cacophonic conman-ship and a fun-filled script.
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