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Topic - Jack Feldman
The boys from "Newsies" now have one more thing to dance about _ they've made their money back.
There are lots of musicals that inspire and stimulate. Only one makes you want to rush outside to buy a newspaper, join a union and hug someone from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Start spreading the news: The musical based on the film "Newsies" is striking a path to Broadway.
When Harvey Fierstein was asked to make the film "Newsies" work on stage, he realized that something was missing from the original.
Alan Menken's incredible success as a composer has earned him eight Academy Awards, 10 Grammy Awards, seven Golden Globes and one Razzie.
The win is particularly sweet since when he and lyricist Jack Feldman originally wrote the songs for the 1992 film of "Newsies," he was given another sort of award: a "Razzie."
"All we ask is a square deal," says Jack at one rousing newsies' meeting. "For the sake of all the kids in every sweatshop, factory and slaughterhouse in this town, I beg you, throw down your papers and join the strike."