Broadway's youthquake, sparked by the rock musical Rent and family-oriented Disney shows Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King, continues with Footloose, based on the 1984 Kevin Bacon film. The book by Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie, adapted from Pitchford's screenplay, still tells the tale of a rebellious teen determined to overturn the ban on dancing in a Midwestern town. But where the Herbert Ross film reveled in American rural landscapes, Broadway's Footloose has a metallic, high-tech ...

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