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‘Rings’ Master

January 16, 2006 at 1:07 pm by xoanon  - 

Whitney Pastorek writes: How do you make a stage musical out of a story that took more than nine butt-numbing hours to tell on film? Matthew Warchus, director of The Lord of the Rings musical (currently in rehearsals and set for a March 23 world premiere in Toronto), told Entertainment Weekly’s Whitney Pastorek what he’s learned during the three years spent adapting Tolkien’s trilogy into a world-music-based, three-and-half-hour experience. (Step one: Plan for two intermissions.) [More]

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