SHAKIN' NOT STIRRED: So there's a James Bond musical in the works with book by novelist Dave Clarke and music and lyrics by country composer Jay Henry Weisz (neither of which mean anything to me, but I'm not a musical guy).
So how do you approach this? As a Roger Moore-style romp with puns and in-jokes and fourth-wall breaking? As a dark and brooding serious Daniel Craig? As reference to the whole body of work? I don't much like Roger Moore's James Bond (but see The Spy Who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only), but that style seems suited to the stage.
Any suggested numbers? If there's not a chorus line of Bond girls dancing to a number called "Shakin' Not Stirred", I'm going to very disappointed.