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Doctor Selavy's Magic Theatre

Swinging at the Stock Exchange

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Lyrics (additional)

Later Contributors

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Genre: Musical Play

Score

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Original score

Listed as a separate number on cast recording

Studio Cast Recordings

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Authors

Original Authors

...
Lyrics
...
Music
...
Concept
...
Lyrics (additional)

Later Contributors

There are no known writers who contributed to revisions, etc. following the original production.
Genre: Musical Play

Source

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Synopsis

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Trivia & History

The score for the show was written for a musical version of The Satyricon, which was written for the Stratford Festival in Ontario, where there was a production in 1969. When it seemed that the Satyricon musical was not going to be produced again, composer Stanley Silverman, presumably with the approval of Satyricon lyricist Tom Hendry, gave the songs to Richard Foreman with the suggestion that he create a new show around them. Using Marcel Duchamp as his inspiration, Foreman created a surrealistic musical set in a madhouse.

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