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Young Hoofer
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i'm making a script of this, but everything is going wrong.
P.S.
i'm doing it for HAFC.

these two girls (first of all)
tore up my OLCR lyrics book,(they thought it was ridiculous and annoying)

2nd i live in houston,
so i can't see the show.

i just wanna ask something:
are the OLCR lyrics as same as the broadway production lyrics?


Wed Nov 28, 2007 4:12 pm
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Why are you writing a script?

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because in the future, HFAC, will have junior script writers,and i would love to see mary poppins on stage, and me as bert


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You do realise that writing any sort of adaption of any musical is illegal?

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wicked_boy wrote:
You do realise that writing any sort of adaption of any musical is illegal?


Not necessarily. You just need permission from whoever holds the rights. I'm still not sure what he's asking though...

Someone (HAFC? --> http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=hafc&meta= wants you to write a jr version.
Your friends (?) tore up your lyric book.
So now you can't do it.
If this company (assuming it's not any of the financial companies on the google page) really wants you to write this, then wouldn't they give you some sort of resources?

Seems really odd to me.


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musikal_geek wrote:
wicked_boy wrote:
You do realise that writing any sort of adaption of any musical is illegal?


Not necessarily. You just need permission from whoever holds the rights. I'm still not sure what he's asking though...

Someone (HAFC? --> http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=hafc&meta= wants you to write a jr version.
Your friends (?) tore up your lyric book.
So now you can't do it.
If this company (assuming it's not any of the financial companies on the google page) really wants you to write this, then wouldn't they give you some sort of resources?

Seems really odd to me.


I thought they wanted to write some musical of MP that they are just making up. It doesn't sound like they've got permission if they're just using the OLCR booklet.

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musikal_geek wrote:
wicked_boy wrote:
You do realise that writing any sort of adaption of any musical is illegal?


Not necessarily. You just need permission from whoever holds the rights. I'm still not sure what he's asking though...

Someone (HAFC? --> http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=hafc&meta= wants you to write a jr version.
Your friends (?) tore up your lyric book.
So now you can't do it.
If this company (assuming it's not any of the financial companies on the google page) really wants you to write this, then wouldn't they give you some sort of resources?

Seems really odd to me.



HFAC stands for houston family arts center


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Okay...
So they want you to write a musical, but they're not giving you any resources?

I've never heard of this company before, but are you sure this is legal? Taking a Broadway show and writing your own Jr version?


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It isn't legal by the sounds of it.

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Ah, well.
What can ya do.


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This has been a very good analysis (sp?) of a new member, hasn't it Luc?

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musikal_geek wrote:
Okay...
So they want you to write a musical, but they're not giving you any resources?

I've never heard of this company before, but are you sure this is legal? Taking a Broadway show and writing your own Jr version?



well, i said i did a the 25th annual putnam county spelling bee,
but i didn't put the cursing, and made it a kids show


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