Sometimes, telling the story in one way isn't enough.
Sometimes, it's best to take a more cubist approach, to look at the thing from several different angles.
For three New York-bound musicals, I took the long view, conducting several interviews over the course of weeks.
Here are the resulting Broadway-bound stories
The Look: Taking Shrek Ogre the Top
The Sound: Putting Words and Music in Shrek's Mouth
Rupert Holmes 1: "Curtains" Rises
Rupert Holmes 2: Cast, Team, L.A.
Rupert Holmes 3: Keeping It 'clean'
Anna Louizos: Setting the Stage
Rob Ashford: All the Right Moves
David Hyde Pierce: Playing Lt. Frank Cioffi
Scott Ellis: Putting It All Together
John Kander: An Opening without Ebb
'THE LITTLE MERMAID'
Alan Menken 1: Bye, 'Beast'; Hello, 'Mermaid'
Sierra Boggess: Meet the Mermaid
Alan Menken 2: Finding the Voices
Alan Menken 3: Remembering Howard Ashman
Doug Wright: Writing for an Undersea World
Francesco Zambello: Part of Two Worlds