The democracy works! So thanks to Reid for the suggestion. I want my horror, and yours, to be raw and unfiltered. His lyrics are in bold, my commentary follows: Young girl, get out of my mind Nothing too scary yet. He could be 90 years old and she could be Long pause. Sorry, I think I brought some of my own baggage into play just now. Just forget I said anything.
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Background[ edit ] John Gordon was credited with the book of the act, but according to Gesner's foreword all the rage the published script, John Gordon is a collective pseudonym that covers Gesner, the cast members, and the assembly staff, all of whom worked all together to assemble the script. The Channel to Musical Theatre notes that John Gordon is a pseudonym for the staff and cast of the act. Eventually Gesner sent Schulz a demo tape recording of some of the songs and Gesner soon had permission en route for properly record them, which he did in At the time, Gesner had no plans for a musical based on this pre-production concept album. But, producer Arthur Whitelaw, who would afterwards go on to write another agreeable based on Peanutsencouraged Gesner to aim the album into a musical. Joe Raposolater of Sesame Street fame, was billed as Music Director and author of incidental music for the act. And they don't really look akin to Charles Schulz' Peanuts cartoon characters. Although this doesn't seem to make so as to much difference once we are addicted to the play, because what they are saying to each other is along with the openness of that early babyhood time, and the obvious fact is that they are all really absolutely fond of each other. It played at the Fortune Theatre for performances, until closing on May 11,