Glenn's extensive knowledge of musicals and the history of their development is something he has been cataloguing and critiquing since hearing his first musical album on his parents record player as a child. He developed a series of lectures spanning musical history from 1959 (the year he was born) through 1977. Many of Broadway's greatest hits fell in this time period -- making his lectures poignant and educational for all musical lovers.
Broadway Musicals - Blockbusters from 'Gypsy' to 'Hello, Dolly!'
Starting at the beginning of his childhood, Glenn covers the musicals that shaped him as a singer at a young age. With engaging testimonies and humorous asides, he delves into how these musicals were developed and acknowledges the brilliant masterminds behind their existence.
Broadway Musicals - Show Stoppers from 'Send in the Clowns' to 'The Impossible Dream'.
In Glenn's upbringing, the world was changing and art was changing with it. Here he dissects some of the musicals in the 60s and 70s that took major leaps from classic musical theatre into tougher subject matter. We learn that in breaking the normative barriers of Broadway, we were given some of the best show-stopping numbers of our time.