“We chose the subject for this year’s project because we thought it would be good for the young cast to sing about something very close to their experience: desire, attraction, the need to complete one’s self by finding a partner,” explained Blier recently.
“Last year’s program, about war and peace, drew on a certain part of their emotions.
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“Hooking Up and Breaking Up” should be no different.
Says Blier, “We have a Bruce Springsteen song and a number from Cy Coleman and David Zippel’s that really ignite one another. Stay tuned.” Yet Blier, a longtime Juilliard faculty member, shies away from programming songs merely for the sake of inclusion.
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