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West Side Story: Act II: Cool
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September 26, It's not for nothing there was also the additional "Conceived by" credit that Robbins insisted upon much to Laurents's dismay. What these artists came up with was historic. It all depends on how well you know your West Side Story. In , I was also working on another show, Candide ; and then the West Side Story music turned out to be extraordinarily balletic—which I was very happy about—and turned out to be a tremendously greater amount of music than I expected, ballet, music, symphonic music, developmental music. For those two reasons, I realized that I couldn't do all that music, plus the lyrics, and do them well. How exactly did Bernstein and Sondheim collaborate?
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Nothing about this show was done in the traditional Broadway style. In casting the show, its creators wanted as much authenticity as possible, choosing dancers who could sing and looked the part, rather than big names to draw crowds. The story also caused problems—first with the writers and then with the media. In the beginning, West Side Story was supposed to be about Jews vs. Catholics which makes sense because all the creators were good Jewish boys and was to be called East Side Story. Part of the reason the men behind the magic had so much time to tweak their musical was because no one wanted to fund it. Investors were leery of violence on the stage and being this far outside of the accepted norm would either make the show or break it.