Greg Kotis is a veteran of the Neo-Futurists, creators of the long-running attempt to perform thirty plays in sixty minutes. Jobey and Katherine, his play about fish, toast, and a love stronger and grimmer than death, enjoyed runs in New York and Chicago. He lives in Brooklyn with his family.
Mark Hollmann attended the Making Tuners Workshop at New Tuners Threatre in Chicago and the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop in New York. A member of the Dramatists Guild and ASCAP, he lives in Manhattan with his wife.
Read it once for concept, a second time for tidbits that make the show.
In the end, Urinetown ends unhappily, but it does have a good message about the waste of water, and some great music and is just overall fun.
A "Must Have" for any fan of this show, any musical theatre fan, or any fan of insane comedy!
I thought this would be a book that I could read as I missed seeing the musical.
It's the script for the musical. Read more
Loved the show on Broadway. Deeply funny. At the same time, it was smart and savvy. Definitely worth having in your collection.Published on January 11, 2013 by Paul M,
The book was exactly what i wanted. i love the music from the show and the book just made the music betterPublished on February 22, 2009 by K. Prince
Absolutely fantastic is really all I can say about this. Each line is more clever than the next and the music is absolutely genius. Each song is unique and each lyric has value. Read morePublished on September 28, 2007 by SpringAwakening
I used this book in our amateur production of the musical and I recommend this script. The pictures and story behind the musical was interesting.Published on September 25, 2007 by A. Jones