The only big problem with a revival of The Music Man is that no one will be able to play Harold Hill better than Robert Preston, but as I say: “You may not be good but you sure can try to be”. As an example of classic musical comedy, it contains loveable characters with witty interactions and the catchy tunes that will keep you humming when you leave the theatre, go to sleep and then when you wake up. This show is a Casey Nicholaw dream.
If he won’t I will. I really want to direct a production of The Music Man. Even if I’ve never directed something ever.