Who Wrote Full Monty?



When was The Full Monty musical written?

The Full Monty (musical)

The Full Monty
Lyrics David Yazbek
Book Terrence McNally
Basis The Full Monty by Simon Beaufoy
Productions 2000 San Diego (tryout) North America Tour 2002 West End 2002 North America Tour

What does The Full Monty mean?

everything which is necessary, appropriate or possible





The full monty (or the full Monty) is a British slang phrase of uncertain origin. It means “everything which is necessary, appropriate or possible; ‘the works’“.

Why is a breakfast called a full monty?

My understanding is that it comes from General Montgomery’s preference for a full English breakfast – eggs, sausage, etc. – even in the heat of the desert. Hence, going for the whole lot was referred to as having “the full Monty”.

What is the whole shebang?

The informal phrase”the whole shebang” means “everything,” which you could also call “the whole ball of wax” or “the whole enchilada.” Shebang is an American word, first used by Civil War soldiers (and the poet Walt Whitman) to mean “rustic dwelling” or “hut.” In 1872, Mark Twain used shebang to mean “vehicle,” but

What is the meaning of Salinger?





Salinger. / (ˈsælɪndʒə) / noun. J (erome) D (avid) 1919–2010, US writer, noted particularly for his novel of adolescence The Catcher in the Rye (1951). His first novel for 34 years, Hapworth 16, 1924 was published in 1997.

Where Is The Full Monty musical set?

Buffalo, New York

Based on the hit film of the same name, The Full Monty follows the fortunes of six unemployed steelworkers in Buffalo, New York. With no job, money or prospects, they are fed up. When the men spy their wives and other local women going crazy over a group of male strippers, an idea begins to emerge.