On April 24, 2018, we brought the creative team behind The Greatest Showman to Washington, DC, for a Creative Rights Caucus event. Appearing at the event were director Michael Gracey, singer Loren Allred, and Executive Vice President of Production Kira Goldberg.


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During the development of “The Greatest Showman,” director Michael Gracey (@visualprostitute) and the cast put on a workshop for studio executives to showcase their songs. One song, performed by Keala Settle (@kealasettle, the Broadway actress who plays Lettie Lutz, the bearded lady, in the film), had recently switched to a solo – which made her somewhat nervous. However, Keala lit up the room – thanks to a little “encouragement” from Michael. . (Footage from “The Greatest Showman – Anatomy of a Musical: From Sheet Music to Screen,” an event we recently hosted in Washington, DC to show what it takes to make a film like “The Greatest Showman” and why strong intellectual property protections are necessary for creative industries to thrive.)

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To see more video clips from the event, check out the “The Greatest Showman – Anatomy of a Musical: From Sheet Music to Screen” playlist on our Facebook video page.

You can also check out photos from the event by checking out our Facebook album, available here.

CreativeFuture would like to thank IATSE Local 600 for their generous partnership in the filming and photography of this event.