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The Mad Show is an Off-Broadway musical revue based on Mad Magazine. The music is by Mary Rodgers, the book by Larry Siegel and Stan Hart. The show's various lyricists include Siegel, Marshall Barer, Steven Vinaver, and Stephen Sondheim.
The trip to the Virgin Islands in 1962 prompted four of the writers to prepare a musical revue based on the holiday. The revue was given one performance, before the Mad group, including wives, assembled in Gaines's Manhattan apart ment. The show was taperecorded, the right people listened to it, and a few years later writers Larry Siegel and Stan Hart were commissioned to do The Mad Show produced Off Broadway in 1966.
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The revue opened on January 9, 1966, at the New Theatre, New York City, and ran for 871 performances. The original cast included Linda Lavin, Jo Anne Worley, Paul Sand, Richard Libertini, and MacIntyre Dixon. Sam Pottle conducted the music.
Throughout the 1950s, Mad featured groundbreaking parodies combining a sentimental fondness for the familiar staples of American culture-such as Archie and Superman-with a keen joy in exposing the fakery behind the image. Questions based on the magazine also appeared in the 1999 Trivial Pursuit: Warner Bros.