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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    This whole project... It's so bizarre I can't wrap my head around it. Literally anything with MJ name attached sells like hotcakes, so why did they have to go with such an absurd idea?
    One thing I'm worried about is that since it's apparently a satire any criticism of this trash is met with accusations of fanatism and having a stick up one's derriere. Doesn't matter that the musical basically accepts all these baseless accusations as facts and runs with it, we're just supposed to loosen up because it's not that serious.

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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    Isn't this supposed to open pretty soon? I'm a little shocked at the people involved, as well as the Avenue Q style puppets-that's a lot of money right there.
    And I'm really interested in how Donny Osmond will react-he is alive, after all.

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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    The promotional 'advertorials' for this are sounding ever more desperate.


    A THEATRICAL TAKE ON MICHAEL JACKSON’S LIFE THAT’S BEYOND OFF THE WALL

    Today’s doublespeak world can be perplexing. Quentin Tarantino rewrites the tragedy of the Manson murders into a cheerful award-winning finale, our president tells tall and twisted tales daily, and social media spins everything into multiple layers of distracting dogma and “fake news” (a term ironically used by those who lie the most). The truth often varies widely from storyteller to storyteller, and where a pop culture icon like Michael Jackson is concerned, it’s hard to know what to think or feel. Jackson’s mythic life, death and the molestation allegations against him fit right into the confusion and chaos of our times.

    In this topsy-turvy, upside-down world it is worthy to consider the question: What if there was another angle to Jackson’s raison d’etre? What if the already kooky plot of Jackson’s life wasn’t quite as straightforward as it might seem? Enter the wryly brilliant mind of Julien Nitzberg and his bizarre yet fantastical new musical For the Love of a Glove. Nitzberg takes the timeline of Jackson’s life, based in well-documented music history, and expands the story into surreal absurdity even while consciously weaving in sociological, political and religious commentary. And it’s all presented and narrated from the perspective of Jackson’s blinged-out glove.

    Without giving away too much of the over-the-top and extremely farcical plot, the glove in question is actually a thinking, speaking, musically gifted alien rescued by Jackson and his brothers after a spaceship crashes to Earth in Gary, Indiana. Set to a satiric, hilarious musical score featuring Nitzberg’s original lyrics, For the Love of a Glove is an unflinching yet thoughtful parody.

    The Bronx-raised son of a Holocaust survivor and writer/director of boundary pushing theater and documentaries, Nitzberg tackles everything from masturbation and homosexuality to religion and racism in Glove. No topic is off limits, and everything is presented with an upbeat pizazz. Its meaty material is tied up in a pretty bow with an incredible singing and dancing cast of 12 gifted actors led by Jerry Minor (Saturday Night Live, HBO’s Mr. Show) as THRHIL-LHA (aka The Glove) and Eric B. Anthony (Broadway cast of The Lion King, Hairspray and Mary Poppins) as Michael. Choreography was created by two fellows who know the subject well. Cris Judd worked with Jackson for many years on The Dangerous Tour and HIStory Tour, while Bryan Anthony danced as an 11-year-old with the King of Pop, Alfonso Ribeiro and the other Jackson brothers in his infamous 1984 Pepsi commercial. Both bring the signature moves one might expect from a Jackson-themed project.

    But the stars here are the 20 incredible life-sized puppets — created by puppet designer Robin Walsh who has worked for Jim Henson, Disney and Ray Harryhausen. The Japanese bunraku–style creatures (representing everyone from Emmanuel Lewis and Corey Feldman to Bubbles the Chimp) are ambitious works of art, integrated with live, visible actors that recall the Broadway musical Avenue Q. The top-level production team of composers, choreographers and designers are also joined by costumer Ann Closs-Farley, known for her work on Broadway designing The Pee-Wee Herman Show and Disney’s Toy Story, The Musical.

    Part Peter Pan, part scathing social commentary, part music biography and a fully comedic audience experience, this is no children’s puppet show; a minimum age of 18 is required for entry. Far from politically correct, in one scene a marionette incarnation of Donny Osmond skewers the Mormon religion with a bubblegum song exposing the church’s intrinsic racist doctrine.

    “The two villains in the show are Pat Boone and Donny Osmond,” Nitzberg explains during a rehearsal run of the show. “The Mormons teach that all black people are cursed. Their teaching — until 1979 — was that if you were black you couldn’t even go into a Mormon temple.”

    So it is with no intended irony that Osmond and his four brothers “culturally appropriate” the Jackson 5’s funky style into their lily white brand of pop, stealing their dance moves, borrowing their wardrobe styles and watering down their Motown rhythms for a squeaky clean caucasian Teen Beat audience.

    “They couldn’t put Michael on the covers of the teen magazines, they had to put Donny,” Nitzberg reveals. “They couldn’t have ‘Win a date with Michael’ because they wouldn’t sell copies.” As for Jackson’s infamous kiddy sleepovers, here they’re presented as innocent, like something straight out of a ’50s science fiction flick. With this kind of alternate storytelling, even the outlandish is made possible and plausible.

    Opening at the newly relocated theater space of the Center for Inquiry West — a nexus long dedicated to critical thinking, intellectual exploration and avant-garde performances — the premium seats for this show are front-of-stage in comfortable bean-bag chairs. What better way to enter Jackson’s Neverland world than on 1970s teen-fad furniture?

    Nitzberg says his goal is to eventually take For the Love of a Glove to Broadway, London’s West End and hopefully on a nationwide tour. With a production as provocative and innovative as this, it is likely to find mainstream success and to attract a cult following to boot. Suspend your disbelief, check your political correctness at the door and go see this off-the-wall show with an open mind while preparing yourself for a comical, culturally warped adventure.

    https://www.laweekly.com/a-theatrica...-off-the-wall/

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    According to their FB, as of 18th Jan they were struggling to fill the 2nd weekend, although the 1st night (Saturday 25th) seems to be sold out.

    Another sneak peek of the puppets from For the Love of a Glove and our amazing comic genius star Jerry Minor as Thrihl-Lha, Michael Jackson's glove. Please buy your tickets now! We want to fill up the house on the first two weekends!
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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    Most people in every corner of the world love and respect Michael, and there are many wonderful and very successful tribute shows out there. Why would anyone want to see this? I don’t get it.
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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    Vile people...

    and Robson apparently doesn't find this at all traumatising / inappropriate.

    Michael Jackson's Glove Is A Singing Alien In This LA Musical Tackling Sex Abuse Allegations

    Writer/director Julien Nitzberg thinks most biopics are bad and cheesy. His attempts not to make one of those about Michael Jackson led him to create a satirical musical where Jackson is controlled by his white glove, which is also an alien. The result: For The Love Of A Glove. (Listen to one of the songs here.)

    The show came out of a request by a cable network for Nitzberg, who's written biopics for HBO and other networks, to write one about Michael Jackson.

    "I said, 'Well, how are you going to deal with all the more serious issues — like the child molestation?' And they had no answer," Nitzberg said.

    The network didn't want to delve into Jackson's alleged sexual abuse of children, telling Nitzberg that it was due to Jackson being found not guilty when allegations against him went to court.

    Nitzberg's idea for dealing with it: alien glove. That's because you need a sympathetic character that makes logical sense to write a good drama, Nitzberg said, and he didn't think Jackson fit the bill.

    "You can't explain in a normal, dramatic, logical storyline why this guy, who's a millionaire, suddenly is adopting a monkey and walking around with a monkey wearing matching outfits. You can't explain sleepovers with kids. You can't explain why he tried to buy the Elephant Man's bones," Nitzberg said.

    So his solution was to do a project embracing the weirdness and turning up the absurdity. The cable network execs laughed at the idea of a sensible version of Jackson listening to his glove, instead asking for a standard biopic about the singer.

    "I was like, 'I don't think morally I can do this,'" Nitzberg said.

    So Nitzberg's idea didn't become a cable biopic, but now it is coming to life as a satirical musical.

    THE ISSUES

    The show uses comedy while also looking at why Jackson turned out the way he did.

    "We're showing what made him a troubled person, by using this metaphorical alien," Nitzberg said. "We basically move the bad part about Michael Jackson's life, the responsibility, onto the glove, from him."

    But Nitzberg said the show doesn't absolve Jackson of responsibility for his actions.

    "It's saying these things are wrong, but creating a new character paradigm where our Michael can comment on real-life Michael."

    It tackles his background raised as a Jehovah's Witness, being sexually repressed, and facing racism.

    "I want to leave the audience with something deeper and more interesting than 'then, Michael bought Bubbles,'" Nitzberg said.

    Controversy isn't something Nitzberg's afraid of — his last musical was a buddy comedy about 9/11, which won an L.A. Weekly award for Best Musical of the Year.

    Beyond the aliens, the show also uses singing group the Osmonds as villains. It looks at issues around cultural appropriation, with the all-white singers changing their act in the wake of the success of the Jackson Five. The show also contrasts the forces of the Jackson Five's background as Jehovah's Witnesses with the Osmonds being Mormons.

    The show drew attention early on over headlines saying that Johnny Depp was producing it — that's not true, Nitzberg said, but the producers do include Sam Sarkar, CEO of Depp's production company Infinitum Nihil.

    Suddenly, everyone had this idea that Johnny Depp was at every show," Nitzberg said.

    THE DANCING
    Choreographers Cris Judd (aka Jennifer Lopez's ex-husband) and Bryan Anthony worked on For The Love Of A Glove; both men worked with Jackson. Judd danced with Jackson for years, including on the Dangerous and HIStory tours, while Anthony was in Jackson's 1984 Pepsi commercial — the one where Jackson's hair caught on fire.
    Judd is best friends with dancer/choreographer Wade Robson, who made sexual abuse allegations against Jackson in the 2019 documentary Leaving Neverland. So Judd asked Robson about whether to do the show, Nitzberg said, and Robson told him to go ahead.

    "[Cris] understood the show was for people who love Michael Jackson, but also a critique of what he actually is accused of doing," Nitzberg said.

    Judd used his deep knowledge of Jackson's dance moves to turn them into comedic commentary through choreography.


    THE PUPPETS

    Oh, did we forget to talk about the giant puppets used throughout the show? While adult Jackson is a live actor, many of the characters are portrayed using puppets. That's particularly true in the first act, focusing on the Jackson Five.

    They brought in Robin Walsh, who's also worked on puppets for Men In Black and Team America. One of the reasons for the show to use puppets: the adult nature of the material.

    "[Nitzberg] felt like there's no other way to do it, because you can't get kids to do what needs to happen in the show," Walsh said.

    While the show has what Walsh described as a crazy, silly story, she said it's a ruse to talk about deeper issues.

    "The nice thing about puppetry is, since its inception, it's a really good tool to say things in a way that humans can't."

    The puppets themselves are inspired by the Japanese bunraku style of puppets, standing around four feet tall. To make sure that the cast could all handle it, some puppetry was included in the audition process — then they put the performers in puppet camp for a week and a half, Walsh said. That included puppet theory, puppet movement exercises, hand mime, and more.

    The cast also serving as puppeteers meant the show took twice as long to rehearse as a normal show, according to Nitzberg.

    How do you make puppets dance? The puppets are actually attached to the actors, allowing them to dance and move like the Jackson Five, Walsh said. The choreographers looked at the puppets and came up with dance moves that the performers could do intuitively.

    The show also utilizes hand puppets to represent the glove (and his glove alien compatriots), and while this show may not exactly be Hamlet, it also makes use of a puppet show within the show.

    THE MUSIC

    As you may have guessed, this show is highly unauthorized and far from a jukebox musical. But they still wanted to evoke the feeling of Jackson's music throughout, so Nitzberg worked with composers to give it a pop sensibility.

    He had trouble finding the right composers who could give him something that didn't sound like musical theater, but found a team that could produce what he wanted. That team includes Nicole Morier, who's written songs for Britney Spears, Selena Gomez, and Tom Jones.

    Listen to the introduction to Jackson's glove in the song "The World's Greatest Superstar," sung by actor/comedian Jerry Minor — he plays the glove:

    And if you want that jukebox musical version of the show, the officially endorsed MJ opens on Broadway in July.

    https://laist.com/2020/01/24/michael...of-a-glove.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by myosotis View Post
    Vile people... and Robson apparently doesn't find this at all traumatising / inappropriate.
    I wouldn’t be surprised to see him attending the premičre. I hope the Estate has their legal team monitoring this event.
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    Yeah, that fool Wade can give Chris his blessing for it because he know the allegation are lies (Chris know it as well). He pretend to be upset over Dave Chappell yet giving a blessing to mock play over a GLOVE. Anyone with a brains still believe this fool is just an idiot. Keep it coming Wade. You expose yourself over and over.
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    Ex dancer turns his back on MJ for ‘Love for a Glove’ with Wade! Man, I don’t have the words, just pure anger again... why do this to poor MJ for the sake of money and attention! It’s just greed!.MJ gave nothing but love and hope to everyone. He doesn’t deserve this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderouzmj View Post
    Ex dancer turns his back on MJ for ‘Love for a Glove’ with Wade! Man, I don’t have the words, just pure anger again... why do this to poor MJ for the sake of money and attention! It’s just greed!.MJ gave nothing but love and hope to everyone. He doesn’t deserve this!
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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    From Twitter, a guy (J Walker) at 'Sunnyandmildmedia.com (who produce promo videos - and probably were involved with the vids promoting FTLOAG) writes:

    Stoked today's @forloveofaglove ad in @latimes @culturemonster hits above the fold and next to
    @Oprah who should really see this show which opens on set designer Andrea Keller's vision of O's #Montecito neighbor the #NEVERLAND ranch
    (It's under the FTLOAG twitter feed)

    The tagline for 'Sunnyandmildmedia': 'Content with a conscience'. Hypocritical much?

    https://sunnyandmildmedia.com/


    (The most 'likes' any twitter post has received in their promo thread is ....29. Most posts have zero 'likes' Oh dear. )

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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    A few sentences from a review (the remainder doesn't say anything new):
    They are really trying to push this to Broadway, but I'm not seeing any 'buzz' about this anywhere, not even in tabloids or in the MJ-hating entertainment media.

    How lovely to know that this show finds the KKK so hysterically funny!
    And what exactly is 'You've Got To Be There'?

    Clearly, these idiots all completely believe LN
    They are going to look very stupid in due course. Interesting how the uneducated, who have never read a court deposition in their lives, seem to think that it's Michael's talent that makes fans believe in his innocence. The depth of their prejudice and ignorance never fails to astound me, even a year after LN screened.


    .....'In lesser hands, this could have all gone terribly wrong, but I’m happy to report that Glove goes terribly right. It’s a risky business to create a new mythology based several pre-existing ones. No matter how much we wanted to believe Michael’s extraordinary talent somehow made the allegations against him suspect, the documentary Finding Neverland relieved that scenario of any shred of plausible deniability. One might have also worried that the incontrovertible testimony of the molested young men could drain Glove of its comic potential, but the show is hilarious. Michael Jackson’s actual trajectory was already so weird and improbable that Nitzberg’s imagined origin story feels as much like a hypothesis as a fantasy. The show has the odd but comforting effect of lifting for a few hours the cringe we have come to unavoidably feel thinking of the King of Pop (at least for someone like yours truly, born exactly one month after Jackson.)

    That such theatrical legerdemain works without the actual music of Michael Jackson speaks volumes about the composers. Drew Erickson, Nicole Morier and Max Townsley wrote a score that is part homage, part parody, and all ear-wormy. One ballad, “True Love” is as sweet as “You’ve Got to Be There,” and doubles as an anthem for the delicious thematic twist near the end that you won’t see coming (pun intended) but should.'
    and:

    'Among the show’s sharper conceits is paralleling the Jackson/Osmond rivalry to that between Mozart and Salieri — if one of them had been Jehovah’s Witness and the other Mormon. (Reputedly, Osmond has a good sense of humor, and wouldn’t take it too personally — he was after all, no more in control of his early career than Michael.) The appropriation of black music by white entertainers is one of many politico-cultural barbs Nitzberg pulls off without being heavy-handed, including an opening number about Indiana’s hooded history that starts the show off hysterikkkally.'...................

    and
    '...How many times in life do you get to see a musical with a song that rhymes “victim” and “dictum?” For that alone, it should go to Broadway'.

    https://la.epeak.in/?p=791841
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    This is so ridiculous that I’m not even upset.

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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    The entire existence of this "musical" and its creators makes me sick to my stomach. What kind of world is it when sickos like this can just dream up such nonsense while people clamour to become involved in it? ARGH!!!

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    Default Re: Julien Nitzberg Announces Musical FOR THE LOVE OF A GLOVE, An Unauthorized Musical Fable

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikky Dee View Post
    The entire existence of this "musical" and its creators makes me sick to my stomach. What kind of world is it when sickos like this can just dream up such nonsense while people clamour to become involved in it? ARGH!!!
    Look up that Nitzberg dude on Wikipedia. His previous work includes a 9/11 inspired musical by the name of
    “The Beastly Bombing or A Terrible Tale of Terrorists Tamed by the Tangles of True Love”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julien...Bombing_(2006)

    He’s being offensive on purpose, it’s the career choice of talentless people.
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