Podcast Episode #230: When a “Jukebox Musical” is not a Jukebox Musical.
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The term jukebox musical is now a pejorative description of any musicals that contain pre-existing music.
And it’s also a misnomer.
There are several different buckets of musicals that contain pre-existing music, and in this podcast, I break down my three different distinctions.
And I also make a case as to why many deserve a lot more respect than they are given.
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