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May 20, 2005 | From the Chicago Tribune
Stuart Oken, who spent nine years developing new musicals for Disney such as "Aida" and "The Lion King," has left the company, moved to Chicago and come up with a new way of developing stage musicals. Oken's new program, created in partnership with Northwestern University faculty member Dominic Missimi, is called the American Music Theatre Project.
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May 20, 2005 | From the Chicago Tribune
Stuart Oken, who spent nine years developing new musicals for Disney such as "Aida" and "The Lion King," has left the company, moved to Chicago and come up with a new way of developing stage musicals. Oken's new program, created in partnership with Northwestern University faculty member Dominic Missimi, is called the American Music Theatre Project.
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February 13, 2011 | By Karen Wada, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Amanda McBroom went to the movies one day and came home with an idea for a show. "I fell in love with this film called 'Dangerous Beauty,'" says the singer-songwriter. "It was about Veronica Franco, a 16th century Venetian courtesan-poet-superstar. I thought, 'Oh, my God, this is a musical.'" McBroom's longtime collaborator, composer Michele Brourman, agreed, listing its rich possibilities: "Depth of emotion, religion, politics, and this tapestry of time and place. There's a love story.
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