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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying was written by Shepherd Mead. When the book became a huge success, it was adapted into a drama by Willie Gilbert and Jack Weinstock. In 1960, a theatrical agent, Abe Newborn brought it to the attention of Ernes Martin and Cy Feuer. Feuer and Ernes, who had already made a great success by Guys and Doll in 1950, gave the idea of turning it into a musical. The show went live on October 14, 1961. It ran 1,417 performances, and wont several Tony Awards; 'Best Book of a Musical', 'Best Musical', 'Best Musical Director', 'Best Supporting Actor in a Musical', 'Best Actor in a Musical' and 'Best Director in a Musical'. It also won a Pulitzer Prize for 'Drama' and a New York Drama Critics Circle Award. In 1967, United Artist's made a film out of it.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is a musical satiric masterpiece. The story is based on J. Pierpont Finch, a young and ambitious window cleaner of a big company building. Act I begin when he gets hold of a book called How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying and believes that he can make a huge success in corporate world. He comes across Rosemary Pilkington, who works as a secretary and gets impressed with Flinch and offers to help him in meeting Mr. Bratt, the personnel manager of the company. Finch gets a job to work in the mailroom. There he gets to work with Mr. J.B. Biggley's (company's president) extremely lazy and favoritism loving nephew Bud Frump. The mailroom head develops a liking for Flinch and teaches him The Company Ways. The head of the mailroom vacancy opens, but as written in the book, Flinch knows that he shouldn't spend any more time in the mailroom. He gives up the position to Bud Frump, who gratefully accepts it. Bratt gets impressed by Flinch and gives him junior executive position in the Plans and Systems department. Finch is told to remain in the office on Saturdays by Biggley. Finch instead goes on a date with Rosemary and next day arrives in the office early, pretending that he is seriously tired and has been there all night. When Biggley arrives, he finds Finch asleep in the chair. Biggley makes Finch the Vice-President of the Advertising department, just before the grand meeting that is to be held in two days.
Act II opens on the morning when the great meeting is to take place. Rosemary feels seriously neglected by Flinch as he is preparing for the meeting. She makes up her mind to break up, but the other secretaries motivate her not to do so, as all of them have the dream of marrying the Vice-President. But she herself does not long for Flinch's Presidency, but his time and attention. As the book tells him, being the Vice President, he needs to have a big innovative idea. Frump sarcastically makes fun of him by telling him he should play treasure hunt. Flinch finds inspiration in the idea and creates a program in which he hides particular amount of company's shares in the 10 offices of the company throughout the country. The audience will be given hints about the location through the TV show. He says that the hints will be given on air by none other than the beautiful Heddy. He tells Heddy about the location the night before going on air. During the program, Heddy is made to swear upon the Bible that she does not know anything about the hidden shares location. Heddy panics and gives away everything live on the TV. Treasure hunters break into the company's offices, thus ending Flinch's idea into a big disaster.
In Flinch's book, it's clearly mentioned that if you hit a disaster, you should probably return to the first chapter of the book How to Get a Job. He decides that probably he should return to window cleaning. However things end up in his favor and he is made the Chairman while Biggley remains the president. Womper, the ex chairman resigns and marries Heddy and Frump falls down to the window cleaning job. The show ends with the whole company bidding the audience farewell.
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How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying is a musical that is based on the book by the same name by Shepherd Mead. The musical is re-written by Abe Burrows, Willie Gilbert and Jack Weinstock. The music and lyrics are composed and written by Frank Loesser. The musical premiered on Broadway in October of 1961 at 46th Street Theatre and ran 1,417 performances. A revival of the musical was brought to stage in1995 with Megan Mullally and Matthew Broderick; the revival ran for 548 performances. The latest revival was staged on the 50th anniversary of Broadway in March of 2011 starring famous Daniel Radcliffe as J. Pierrepont Finch and Tony Award winner John Larroquette as J.B. Biggley.
How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying was adapted by David Swift as a film in 1967; many of the Broadway cast stars were included. The musical is the story of a window cleaner for a bug company who comes across a book by the name of How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying and with its aid manages rise up the corporate ladder to become Chairman of the company. Meanwhile he falls in love with a girl working as the secretary of the company. The musical has won Pulitzer Prize for Drama and has won nine Tony Awards as well as a Frank Loesser Award. If you wish to watch it theatre too, get your How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying Tickets today!
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