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Examines the issue of what actually constitutes a musical. The essay invites us to consider the difference between a 'musical' and other related forms such as 'plays with music', 'music theatre', 'rock operas' and 'bio-musicals' (Australian and American musicals are used as examples). The author also points to a lack of critical rigour being applied to the musical genre by Australian academics and the industry in general (including authors and reviewers).

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  • Published in 'From Hollywood to Bollywood', No 17, September 2003 (a special issue of M/C Reviews).

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    y separately published work icon M/C Reviews Z1447845 website M/C Reviews is a companion site to M/C Journal. Brisbane : Media and Cultural Studies Centre, Dept. of English, University of Queensland ,
    Note: Posted on 30 September 2003
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