- v. Simple past tense and past participle of musicalize.
“PE: Each project should arrive at its own thematic "musicalized" cueing motif.”
“It seems too many times that somebody just wants to take a popular title and slap in on stage with no thought to what should change in a stage adaptation, or if the movie really should be musicalized (do these characters actually sing?).”
“I wanted to see how the musicalized version would hold the stage on the basis of its own merits.”
“This observer believes the musicalized version of George Bernard Shaw is not only a sorrowful entertainment, but indicative of a much larger concern about how the musical, as a genre, is evolving.”
“Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol has been musicalized endlessly, though the most enduring is probably Scrooge with Albert Finney.”
“The Willy Wonka story has been musicalized numerous times but has never made it to Broadway...yet. it was scheduled for London this holiday but the show's creative team was sidetracked by their unappreciated gem Catch Me If You Can, which closed on Broadway too soon.”
“These various layers create numerous inconsistencies, but the individual dramatic scenes are so skillfully musicalized that they all play like gangbusters, regardless of the things that don't really jibe.”
“* Update (5/1): Dr. Alterovitz notes in the comments that it's the genetic expression (for example, the resulting manufactured proteins), not the sequence itself, that's being musicalized. posted by Matthew @ 9: 08 AM”
“I was thinking about what books might make good musicals, and I thought of one that I'm surprised to find hasn't been musicalized already: Doctor Faustus by Thomas Mann.”
“In other words, whether Mozart works better as a "seduction duet" depends on who's got whom on whose bearskin rug, but clearly "Baby, It's Cold Outside" is a seduction duet rendered in the American vernacular, in musicalized "concurrent speech.”
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