‘90s-Themed Jukebox Musical Do You Wanna Dance? Inks Licensing Deal | Playbill

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News ‘90s-Themed Jukebox Musical Do You Wanna Dance? Inks Licensing Deal Music Theatre International will license the ‘90s themed jukebox musical created for production in schools.
Do You Wanna Dance HR

Created by choral/education composers and educators Mark Brymer and John Jacobson, Do You Wanna Dance? was created for production in schools across the U.S. Music Theatre International will license the musical that includes an accompaniment recording.

The songs have been arranged for choral SATB performance. Schools also have the option of licensing instrumental parts and piano conductor scores if they choose to utilize a live orchestra.

It features such songs as “Dancing In The Streets,” “Neutron Dance,” “Bust A Move,” “Walking On Sunshine” and ”Boogie Wonderland.”

Here’s how it’s billed: “In this musical romp, singing and dancing is what draws everyone to the town center of SnapHappy to meet Mayor Pete’s new wife, Mona Lightfoot. But after she literally pulls the plug on the May Day celebration, the politics of dancing start to take the Snap out of Happy. All of the SnapHappy kids are shocked when they hear that a new ‘Dance Tax’ has been levied on anyone who dances in town.”

For licensing information, phone (212) 541-4684 or email [email protected]

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