American Idiot Musical Script |WORK|
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In July 2013, at a screening of Broadway Idiot, Mayer reported that the film adaptation was still happening, but production had not been scheduled due to "Hollywood bullshit". In March 2014, playwright Rolin Jones told the Hartford Courant that he was writing a new screenplay for the film. Comparing it to the musical, Jones said, "The idea is to get it a little dirtier and a little nastier and translate it into visual terms. There's not going to be a lot of dialogue and it probably should be a little shorter, too. After that, it just takes its 'movie time' in getting done". He expected to finish the script by the end of the month.
So it is with Green Day's glorious 2009 "coming of age" punk-rock musical set in the aftermath of 9/11. Based on the Green Day CD (also titled "American Idiot"), the gleaming melodies and exciting rhythms that made it Album of the Year in 2005 are all there: striking one after another, sometimes overlapping thrillingly. And the young actors on stage make up for the script's slender characterizations with fantastic harmonies that tell a lot about the strength of their own brand of tribalism, in lieu of libretto.
Armstrong wrote the songs for the musical, which is set in the world of rock and follows four musicians from Liverpool who find themselves in London looking to make an album. Playwright and television writer Rolin Jones of Woodland Hills wrote the script for the show.
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dear Enfield high school board, #enfieldhighschoolmusical #highschoolidiot #enfieldidiot It has come to my attention that you cancelled your high school theater production of American Idiot. I realize the content of the Broadway production of AI is not quite "suitable" for a younger audience. However there is a high school rendition of the production and I believe that's the one Enfield was planning to perform which is suitable for most people. it would be a shame if these high schoolers were shut down over some of the content that may be challenging for some of the audience. but the bigger issue is censorship. this production tackles issues in a post 9/11 world and I believe the kids should be heard. and most of all be creative in telling a story about our history. I hope you reconsider and allow them to create an amazing night of theater!as they say on Broadway .. "the show must go on!" rage and loveBillie Joe Armstrong ps. I love that your school is called "Raiders" 2b1af7f3a8