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PlayBlog Share Your Godspell Memory in Anticipation of Upcoming Broadway Revival Godspell, the first musical by composer-lyricist Stephen Schwartz, is making its way back to the New York stage in celebration of its 40th year. The production first opened Off-Broadway in May 1971 and has since become a cult favorite.

In anticipation of Godspell's return to Broadway, fans can share their first memories of the musical at the newly launched

The new website offers a user-friendly platform that allows fans to easily record and upload a personal video explaining their first memories of the rock musical. After Godspell fans upload their own video, they can check out the other videos uploaded from all over the world.

"For some, [Godspell] was perhaps the first show they ever saw. For others, it was the first show they performed in. And for others, it's something as simple as the beauty of Stephen Schwartz's iconic score that resonates with them," said producer Ken Davenport in a statement. "Now that we're only two weeks away from our first preview performance, we thought, wouldn't it be great if there was a place for all of these fans to connect and share with one another?... I'm really looking forward to seeing and hearing what this show has meant to people from all over the world."

Godspell will begin performances Oct. 13 at the Circle in the Square Theatre, prior to an official opening Nov. 7.

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