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The Graduate: The Musical (1988)

Broadway Bound: The Musicals That Never Came to Broadway

The Graduate: The Musical (1988)

Are you trying to musicalize me, Mrs. Robinson? Oh, yes, Benjamin Braddock, they are trying to musicalize you, and Mrs. Robinson, and Elaine, all of you. They are going to keep going until every critic in New York is banging on a church window begging you to stop.

1 h 1 min
Feb 8

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Are you trying to musicalize me, Mrs. Robinson? Oh, yes, Benjamin Braddock, they are trying to musicalize you, and Mrs. Robinson, and Elaine, all of you. They are going to keep going until every critic in New York is banging on a church window begging you to stop.

And who is giving you these songs to sing, Mrs. Robinson? Simon and Garfunkel? Nope. Not at all. Sharing a xylophone (yes, a xylophone) were the man who wrote Funny Girl and the man who wrote Bat Out of Hell.

What happened was… well we will tell you in this week’s episode of BROADWAY BOUND: THE MUSICALS THAT NEVER GOT TO BROADWAY which explores The Graduate: The Musical, or “I Want to Say One Word To You. Just One Word: Don’t”

BROADWAY BOUND PLAYERS

Catherine DeLuce as New York Times Reporter

Matthew Fairlee as Milton Greene

Matt Koplik as Bob Greene

Rebecca Spigelman as Glady Nederlander

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