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Michael Bennett, Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen, and the Dreamgirls producers denied any connections between the musical's plot and the Supremes' life stories; however, the similarities between the show and actual life events within the Supremes led many to believe that the creators did actually base the musical's story on the group. It is widely believed the producers denied connections in order to avoid lawsuits from Motown, Berry Gordy , and the Supremes.
Though the Deena character mirrors Diana Ross, actress Sheryl Lee Ralph stated that she was not trying to imitate Ross, but portrayed Deena in a similar, yet distinct, style. In the same interview, Ralph said she encountered Ross in New York shortly after the musical's opening where Ross coldly brushed her off leading to the speculation Ross knew of the show or had seen it.
Tom Eyen denied that he had the Supremes in mind when he wrote the book. He is quoted as saying in "I didn't grow up with the Supremes I grew up with the Shirelles. Dreamgirls isn't about any one group. All the characters are larger than life. David Geffen , founder of Geffen Records and one of the play's financiers, leased the Dreamgirls film rights to Warner Bros. Although the film was announced several times, with singers such as Whitney Houston as Deena , Lauryn Hill another Deena candidate , and Kelly Price as Effie tapped to star, the studio eventually abandoned the project.
Warner Bros. Dreamgirls was first exhibited in special ten-day road show engagements beginning December 15, Subsequently, the film went into national release on December 25, While much of the material remains the same as that of the stage musical, some of the stage musical's songs most notably "Ain't No Party" were removed, and four new songs were added.
A number of changes were made to the story as well, including the additions of more overt references to The Supremes and Motown, the death of Jimmy who is found dead on the road after a heroin overdose , and the relocation of the story's main setting from Chicago to Detroit.
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To give the story more exposure for the upcoming film release, DreamWorks Pictures and the licensee of the original play, The Tams-Witmark Music Library, announced they would pay the licensing fees for all non-professional stage performances of Dreamgirls for the calendar year of DreamWorks hoped to encourage amateur productions of Dreamgirls , and familiarize a wider audience with the play. Due to the content of its story and focus on the struggle of African-Americans to make an imprint on the music industry, Dreamgirls is traditionally done with a mostly African-American cast.
Despite this, however, many productions around the world, primarily including high school productions, have cast many of the lead characters with Caucasian actors. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film, see Dreamgirls film. For other uses, see Dream Girl disambiguation. Cover for the second Playbill musical Dreamgirls. The artwork for the original Playbill was also used as the cover of the Dreamgirls Original Broadway Cast album.
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Clinton Derricks-Carroll. Billy Porter. Keith Robinson. Vondie Curtis-Hall. Best Musical. Best Book of a Musical. Best Original Score. Henry Krieger and Tom Eyen. Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical. Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical.
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Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical. Best Direction of a Musical. Best Choreography. Michael Bennett and Michael Peters. Best Scenic Design. Best Costume Design. Best Lighting Design. Outstanding Musical. Outstanding Book of a Musical. Outstanding Actress in a Musical. Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical.
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