Who choreographed the musical based on the first novel by the 2003 winner of the medal for distinguished contribution to american letters? – 2017

who choreographed the musical based on the first novel by the 2003 winner of the medal for distinguished contribution to american letters?

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Answer: Joe Barros

Stephen King

The Board of Directors of the National Book Foundation today announced that its 2003 Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters will be conferred upon Stephen King, one of the nation’s most popular, imaginative, and well-loved authors.

Mr. King has published more than 200 short stories (including the O. Henry Award-winning “The Man in the Black Suit“) and 40 books during a career spanning three decades. He has earned the reputation among readers and booklovers as a genre-defying stylist, vivid storyteller, and master of suspense.

In 1973, King’s first novel Carrie was accepted by publishing house Doubleday. King had thrown an early draft of the novel into the trash after becoming discouraged with his progress writing about a teenage girl with psychic powers.

Directed and Choreographed by Joe Barros 

Stephen King’s famous novel is the basis for this haunting musical about Carrie White a misfit struggling for acceptance in high school. Torn between her religious upbringing and her awakening sexuality. Carrie discovers she has special powers.

 

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