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The Broadway Musicals of the 1960s began to modernize and reinvent the genre. Shows like Bye Bye Birdie, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Hello, Dolly! remained faithful to the model of the classic shows of the 1950s, while Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret and Man of La Mancha pushed it forward. By the end of the decade, Hair, 1776 and Promises, Promises showcased new creators and stars that attracted new audiences. This course will feature these major shows, and other well-loved musicals of this era. Professor Courtade promises to delight us with his extensive knowledge of musical theater, which will feature the greats we all know and love. Come enjoy some beautiful music and several memorable clips from these iconic Broadway productions.
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Marc Courtade

Marc Courtade served for several years as Executive Director of the Huntington Arts Council, promoting artists and the Arts throughout Long Island. He is also a 2022 winner of the Harry and Sandy Chapin Legacy Award for his lifelong contributions to the Arts. A specialist in musical theatre and opera, as well as an avid performer
who has appeared in numerous productions locally and in the Tri-State area, Professor Courtade has additionally taught Arts Management at the college level.

Lecture Details



4 lecture(s)
Day & Time

Tuesday, 10 am - 12 noon

Jan 16, 2024
Jan 23, 2024
Jan 30, 2024
Feb 06, 2024