Grease

Grease Full Length Musical Characters m f Here is Rydell High s senior class of duck tailed hot rodding Burger Palace Boys and their gum snapping hip shaking Pink Ladies in bobby sox and pedal pus

  • Title: Grease
  • Author: Jim Jacobs Warren Casey
  • ISBN: 0073999836745
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Full Length, Musical Characters 9m, 8f Here is Rydell High s senior class of 1959 duck tailed, hot rodding Burger Palace Boys and their gum snapping, hip shaking Pink Ladies in bobby sox and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in this rollicking musical Head greaser Danny Zuko and new good girl Sandy Dumbrowski try to relive the high romanceFull Length, Musical Characters 9m, 8f Here is Rydell High s senior class of 1959 duck tailed, hot rodding Burger Palace Boys and their gum snapping, hip shaking Pink Ladies in bobby sox and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in this rollicking musical Head greaser Danny Zuko and new good girl Sandy Dumbrowski try to relive the high romance of their Summer Nights as the rest of the gang sings and dances its way through such songs as Greased Lightnin , It s Raining on Prom Night, Alone at the Drive In Movie recalling the music of Buddy Holly, Little Richard and Elvis Presley that became the soundtrack of a generation An 8 year run on Broadway and two subsequent revivals along with innumerable school and community productions place Grease among the world s most popular musicals A lively and funny musical as well as the dancingest one in town s a winnere songs are dandies that portray the early rockers with zip and charme sheer energy of Grease carries all before it N.Y Daily News

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  • 175 Comments

  • Grease makes a good musical but in the book format, it's lacking in the music and visuals that the film had and it's like a skeleton.


  • Pocket Books published the original version of the show in Mass Market Paper, and it was this version that -- soome people I used to know -- followed to do a totally unauthorized performance back in '75. Hope the statute of limitations has run out! Since then, the show was drastically altered in the transition to movie (and ruined, IMHO); worse, all subsequent revivals of the stage play have been rewritten to make the show more like the movie. Ugh! The original version has some guts, and lots mo [...]


  • I recently performed this play. It was very good story, however, I don't think it had a good moral for young girls. It teaches you that you must change your appearance to be liked by others. This play takes place in the 60's. It is about high-school greasers and pink ladies and a romance between two young lovers in Rydell Highschool. I recommend this book for entertainment and theatre lovers!!!


  • Basic Plot: Nice, normal Sandy changes schools then changes herself to fit in among the smoking, drinking, swearing greaser gangs of Rydell High.Can you tell how I feel about this play? No? Well, then.This play should not be performed by high schools. Period. Within the first 10 pages, there is already smoking, drinking, swearing, references to sex, etc. Now, am I a prude? NO. Generally speaking, the description I gave of the first 10 pages of this play is common fare for friendly gatherings of [...]


  • Grease is a classic story about what it was like to live through high school in the 1950s. Throughout the whole musical, Danny Zuko learns how to act in front of a girl he likes, but is different than him. Sandy, on the other hand, is just trying to fit in at a new school and make friends. Please read the script or go and rent the movie, you will enjoy it.


  • Better than the film!I read this with the original Broadway soundtrack on hand, which enhanced the experience. The characters are raw, the dialog is hilarious and the story makes more sense. I really wish I could see this version live.I found all of the characters endearing in how they go from trying to look tough/cool to just doing regular teenager stuff like watching TV together or encouraging their friend while he learns guitar. Sandy's "transformation" comes across more as her liberating her [...]


  • The movie is fantastic, but the play lacks any semblance of a coherent story. It just feels like a mesh of relatively unrelated songs that don't jell together into anything remotely substantive.


  • I'm currently preparing to perform this for my school play (I'm in the 12th grade).Sandy: Oh I love you DannyDanny: I love you too cupcakeSandy: Let's never forget each other (School starts in the fall)Sandy: Oh my, Danny!! You go here omfg kiss meDanny: (trying to be too cool) no girl. get away Sandy: I hate you Danny Zuko(Several pages later)Rizzo: you're too much of a goody goody (sings there are worst things I could do)Sandy: Fine I'll go change myself (cries into corner and stuff bra)Danny: [...]


  • At a youthful-looking 26, I've got about 14-15 more years to be in "Grease" before I'm too late to play a teenager. "Grease" onstage is certainly not "Grease" on film- it's sloppier, rougher, louder and more uncouth. This is sometimes good (the raunchier, less PC humor can be quite funny), and sometimes bad (early songs "All Choked Up" and "Alma Mater" aren't as good as slicker but more memorable "You're the One that I Want" and "Sandy.") These classic tunes are the real reason this is an Americ [...]


  • Currently preforming this show at my high school (I have the role of Roger) and, while the experience is great, the show it's self is definitely not my favorite. Maybe I'm just missing the point of it all but there is no message to be derived unless you consider "change who you are to fit in because the real you is dumb" is a good message.


  • This is a very heartwarming story about two teenagers, Sandy Dumbrowski and Danny Zuko, that had a romantic summer fling. When Sandy comes to Danny's school, Danny is not sure how he can balance the way he treats her in front of his friends, and the way he should treat her.



  • I Performed in 2001 as Danny. Much more slapstick than the Travolta/Newton-John version, which is why I liked it better.


  • This play will always hold a special place in my heart. It is ridiculous and funny and having been in it was a real treat. No one will ever be able to convince me that it is anything else.


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