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Bill Gates To Star With Steve Jobs On Broadway

Zonk posted about 9 years ago | from the all-singing-all-debugging-cast dept.

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jg21 writes "As these pictures from a sneak-preview earlier this week demonstrate, the "outrageous epic take on the parallel stories" of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs – as reported by the Seattle PI – is about to be unleashed this month at the New York Musical Theater Festival. Its title "Nerds://A Musical Software Satire" suggests that its in the same genre as Martyn Burke's 1999 movie Pirates in Silicon Valley. Woz features in the plot, too."

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My Lovely Lady Lumps (0, Offtopic)

Ads are broken (718513) | about 9 years ago | (#13469502)

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stop the worship.. (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469508)

...of these bazillionaires. They aren't that good. The hacker in the dead of night, making contributions to a community project are the people i respect.

Get this egomania off slashdot.

Re:stop the worship.. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469711)

Yeah, but who'd want to watch a show about some lonely, stinky, pasty geek living off Cheetohs in his mom's basement?

Hey, I have a -1 (1)

iced_tea (588173) | about 9 years ago | (#13470637)

and even I find these editings by Zonk pathetic. Maybe his name is zonk because he's alseep at the keyboard. Seriously, WTF?

Re:Hey, I have a -1 (1)

databyss (586137) | about 9 years ago | (#13471149)

I think it was supposed to be Zork, but he misspelled it.

Re:stop the worship.. (1)

deesine (722173) | about 9 years ago | (#13470715)


This is not hero worship.

This is not about how much these billionaires are respected.

It's Broadway. The dinosaur of the entertainment world that just won't go away. Ticket sales have been steadily going down for 10 years now. The only reason Broadway still exists is because of tourists and rich upper class snobs.

Re:stop the worship.. (1)

eno2001 (527078) | about 9 years ago | (#13474659)

Hmmm... So are you suggesting that Broadway should go the way of the dinosaur? Why not the way of Classical Music. Broadway was at least as important as Bach in the develompent of culture. Considering that one of it's offsprings (The Music Video) is still doing quite well world wide. No. Not a dinosaur. A classic that deserves some level of respect. (Heh. And I HATE musicals)

Misleading topic... again! (4, Informative)

p0 (740290) | about 9 years ago | (#13469517)

What. Don't Slashdot editors have the power to "edit" the topics? Really, misleading topics like this should never ever happen here.

Re:Misleading topic... again! (3, Funny)

JediLow (831100) | about 9 years ago | (#13469533)

Bonk the Zonk...?

Re:Misleading topic... again! (1)

tuggy (694581) | about 9 years ago | (#13469542)

hey look.. its Zonk again! wow :P

Go back to the homepage. (3, Insightful)

tgd (2822) | about 9 years ago | (#13469547)

Scroll down and look at the other stories that master of editoral disaster, Zonk, has posted over night.

I'd normally bet it was a night of drinking followed by lapses in judgement, but its actually just his normal quality of work.

And its indicitive of the fact that no one at Slashdot has given two squirts about the site since it was bought by VA or whoever it was back in the day.

And I can say that with the authority of someone with a 4 digit user id. ;-)

Re:Go back to the homepage. (1)

mwilli (725214) | about 9 years ago | (#13469618)

Scroll down and look at the other stories that master of editoral disaster, Zonk, has posted over night.

Sorry, I no longer view articles from Zonk on the homepage. Now I get the stories worthy of being read, plus no dupes! Although my homepage is about 4 stories long, it gives me a chance to peruze the different categories.

Re:Go back to the homepage. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13474607)

Then why are you viewing this article?

Re:Go back to the homepage. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469630)

You bought that id.

Re:Go back to the homepage. (0, Offtopic)

tgd (2822) | about 9 years ago | (#13469722)

Huh? They're worth money?

Whats a nice low 4-digit UID worth?

Re:Go back to the homepage. (1)

ginotech (816751) | about 9 years ago | (#13469819)

I'll give you 2 bucks for it. ;)

Re:Go back to the homepage. (1)

mnemonic_ (164550) | about 9 years ago | (#13470644)

Like, a million dollars.

Re:Go back to the homepage. (1)

Phroggy (441) | about 9 years ago | (#13471939)

Huh? They're worth money?

No, but a few years ago they were (sort of like Beanie Babies used to be valuable and now go on eBay for below retail). Low-UID high-karma accounts are valuable to trolls, because it lets them post crap with a +1 bonus and trick people into reading it.

No, I didn't buy mine either. ;-)

Wow this place sure sucks now (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13470989)

I'd stopped reading slashdot for a while and I come back assuming it's going to be as good as it was before. WTF is all this crap? If there's nothing worth posting, just don't post anything until there is, please!

Effects for Slashdot (1)

nikster (462799) | about 9 years ago | (#13475329)

Good: Makes it more likely people click on the link because of the outrageous title.

Bad: Makes it less likely people will click on any links to Slashdot in the future.

Too bad...

Misleading headline as well! (1)

getling (114602) | about 9 years ago | (#13470618)

NY Music theatre festival != Broadway

The show is getting a small run, along with a TON of other shows as part of a yearly festival (of which there are several as well)...and the authors _hope_ it will move up to Broadway or off-broadway. The odds of that happening are pretty low; in fact even an extension in the same theatre is pretty momentous. For instance, from this year's Fringe festival (a more prestigious festival that just ended), there are about 10 shows out of 200 that are even lucky enough to _consider_ extensions. So the moral of the story is, don't expect to see this on Broadway anytime soon!

No. (5, Informative)

Doctor Ian (452190) | about 9 years ago | (#13469526)

It's a musical about them, not starring them.

Re:No. (1)

Jupiter9 (366355) | about 9 years ago | (#13469945)

And not only that, the link doesn't work! I keep getting a "nerds is not a registered protocal" error!!!

Re:No. ??? (1)

justsomebody (525308) | about 9 years ago | (#13470173)

???? Well, guess I'll put tomatoes and other sticky vegetables back to storage then.

And to think I almost bought a plane ticket to attend this target practice.

Sample Songs Available in mp3 format! (4, Informative)

tpgp (48001) | about 9 years ago | (#13469530)

(Because this show premiered in 2003)

Windows Rap [famouslastnerds.com]
Bill Gates busts a rhyme to release Windows
(Featuring the lyrics "remember my name, Bill Gates, bitch, pimp of the software game")

I Am Just A Nerd [famouslastnerds.com]
Gates laments about his geeky past

Re:Sample Songs Available in mp3 format! (1)

dancallaghan (890674) | about 9 years ago | (#13469878)

OMG dude I cannot believe how totally rude you are, you just linked to those poor nerds' intarweb site, and now their server is, like, exploded! Shame on you!!! I hope they link their web page back to you page [slashdot.org] ! How do you like it now, huh!?!?!!!!!!~~

Re:Sample Songs Available in mp3 format! (3, Informative)

tpgp (48001) | about 9 years ago | (#13469926)

Sorry,

I should have clarified:

Famous Last Nerds [famouslastnerds.com] is the official website of the duo who wrote the musical in question.

I found the mp3s I linked to on this page [famouslastnerds.com]

I guess I could've coral cached the links - but screw it - they're commercial artists distributing promotional songs - I assumed they'd have the neccessary bandwidth.

Re:Sample Songs Available in mp3 format! (1)

Tablizer (95088) | about 9 years ago | (#13472215)

Windows Wrap: [I'm a big-shot] I won't get pantsed anymore

No, just pied: http://www.bitstorm.org/gates/ [bitstorm.org]
       

Stars (1)

JonathanR (852748) | about 9 years ago | (#13469532)

Didn't someone say these stars were going to leave the Microsoft Way?

It's a really good musical! (-1, Flamebait)

yoris (776276) | about 9 years ago | (#13469534)

It also features such songs as "Honk if you want to plonk Zonk" "Post-it now, Post-it later" "Crap for Nerds, News for Turds!" and the epic poem "This Guy Has Got To Be The Worst Slashdot Editor In The History Of Mankind" I'll definitely go see it!

Re:It's a really good musical! (0, Offtopic)

Dot.Com.CEO (624226) | about 9 years ago | (#13469578)

Compared to "editors" such as Jon Katz and Michael Simms he is a great journalist.

Ha ha, very funny. (5, Funny)

halcyon1234 (834388) | about 9 years ago | (#13469535)

First we get the article about Google nerfing all non-indexed information. Now we get this one about a broadway musical about Bill Gates.

I mean, seriously. When are these going to end? Haven't we had enough joke artc...

Wait. (Reads TFA).

They're serious?

Whoa. I think that permanetly put me off musical theater.

Re:Ha ha, very funny. (0, Troll)

loqi (754476) | about 9 years ago | (#13469617)

Whoa. I think that permanetly put me off musical theater.

I can't think of a good enough gay joke here. /., help!

Cameo? (4, Funny)

Mercedes308 (832423) | about 9 years ago | (#13469536)

One wonders if good ol' Steve will make a cameo appearance. Especially doing that used car salesman type type ad he did in the early 80's.

Re:Cameo? (1)

Crash24 (808326) | about 9 years ago | (#13470685)

...and the show will go on tour everywhere except Kansas.

Re:Cameo? (1)

Elranzer (851411) | about 9 years ago | (#13471192)

Well for some reason Super Mario [sys-con.com] is a cameo in the movie, played by a chick though...

Re:Cameo? (1)

mr100percent (57156) | about 9 years ago | (#13474595)

You're thinking Steve Ballmer, not Steve Jobs

Re:Cameo? (1)

Mercedes308 (832423) | about 9 years ago | (#13475485)

Right you are

Hrm. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469566)

Honestly, this sounds like the worst idea ever.

Re:Hrm. (1)

Tablizer (95088) | about 9 years ago | (#13472256)

Honestly, this sounds like the worst idea ever.

Even over "MS-Bob, the Play"?
       

wrong name.... (1)

JeremyALogan (622913) | about 9 years ago | (#13469569)

It's "Pirates OF Silicon Valley." If the editors (Zonk) had bothered to follw the link that those word make he would have easily caught this. What's /. coming to?

Re:wrong name.... (1)

whopis (465819) | about 9 years ago | (#13470397)

It's "Pirates OF Silicon Valley." If the editors (Zonk) had bothered to follw the link that those word make he would have easily caught this. What's /. coming to?

That's the name of the made for TV movie, the name of the original work is "Fire in the Valley". What are the /. nitpickers coming to?

Re:wrong name.... (1)

superpulpsicle (533373) | about 9 years ago | (#13471168)

Nonetheless that was a really good flick. It was very accurate to history, easy to watch. Anthony M Hall played an excellent Bill Gates. I do wonder if he's this annoying in real life.

Anyways, they nailed down the most historically important moments and did justice to the tech community.

Re:wrong name.... (1)

Tablizer (95088) | about 9 years ago | (#13472205)

Anyways, they nailed down the most historically important moments and did justice to the tech community.

Somebody suggested that the potrayed relationship between IBM, DOS, and Gates was not historically accurate.
     

The real article (5, Informative)

LkDotCom (912073) | about 9 years ago | (#13469583)

From a little better editor:

Jordan Allen-Dutton and Erik Weiner, authors of "The Bomb-itty of Errors," an award-winning, hip-hop Shakespearean play, have written "Nerds," which they call "a musical software satire." It is to be performed this week at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

The musical explores the lives of Mr. Gates and Mr. Jobs, a founder of Apple, from their teenage years to the present, and includes supporting characters like Apple's other founder, Steve Wozniak, and fictional female love interests.

The authors said they had invited Mr. Gates, Mr. Jobs and Mr. Wozniak to an earlier production of the show at New York University. Only Mr. Wozniak responded, they said, but he did not attend. They said Mr. Wozniak told them that he would try to make it to the show this time. Mr. Gates and Mr. Jobs declined to comment.

Jane L. Levere
On NYTimes here [nytimes.com] .

Re:The real article (1)

chrisfez (305204) | about 9 years ago | (#13471473)

The funniest part about this for me is that Jordan is the son of my advisor, who is an electrical engineering professor at Stanford. I've been hearing about this musical since my sophomore year intro to semiconductors course. He even brought the music in on his laptop and played it in class.

Jordan also designs software for iPods, so don't worry! The writers know what real nerds are like.

Anything with a Queen influence? (1)

Biomechanical (829805) | about 9 years ago | (#13469591)

"Beelzebub has the source code put a-side for me-ee-ee, For meee... For meeee!"

I'm sure someone here can take the lyrics [lyricsfreak.com] and turn it into a cool parody. :)

I lack the imagination. :/

Re:Anything with a Queen influence? (2, Funny)

wizzdude (755000) | about 9 years ago | (#13469663)

Been done...

http://plig.net/things/rhapsody.html [plig.net]

Re:Anything with a Queen influence? (1)

scottschor (860803) | about 9 years ago | (#13480192)

Bravo !! ... The parent got me to thinking, and then this link. I smiled broadly as I read.

Misleading headline (4, Funny)

broothal (186066) | about 9 years ago | (#13469628)

"Bill Gates To Star With Steve Jobs On Broadway"

Yeah, and Batman stars in his new movie "Batman begins".

But then again -a headline that read "Some unknown actor plays Bill Gates" would probably not be posted on slashdot.

Re:Misleading headline (1)

nicknack (123089) | about 9 years ago | (#13469840)

Yeah - next they'll anounce an an Electric-Parade at Disneyland
starring Mickey-Mouse and friends
...but will they really show up? :-)

Re:Misleading headline (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13474574)

That "unknown actor" is Sean Dugan, who was one of the guys on HBO's Oz. He's gone from playing a guy who goes around saying "would you like a blowjob?" to a playing a guy who likes to f*ck his competitors in the ass.

Re:Misleading headline (1)

chawly (750383) | about 9 years ago | (#13475266)

Evolution happens, what will you ?!

From TFA (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469633)

'There is no word yet as to whether either the real Mr Gates or the real Mr Jobs are due to attend the opening night, which will be on September 20.'

I wonder... (5, Funny)

Xarius (691264) | about 9 years ago | (#13469637)

If Ballmer is going to do his wonderful "Developers, Developers, Developers!" Song?

Re:I wonder... (1)

rocketsled (676050) | about 9 years ago | (#13469799)

"ding ding goes the trolley..."

Re:I wonder... (1)

rk87 (622509) | about 9 years ago | (#13470654)

Well of course he is doing the "Developers, Developers, Developers" dance, followed closely by the chair-throwing ritual. It's just like in real life!

The topic may have been misleading... (2, Funny)

ErikPeterson (912282) | about 9 years ago | (#13469646)

Well even if the topic is misleading at least we can all rejoice that when we clicked on the pictures link we didn't have to actually see pictures of the REAL Bill Gates! I think we have all had enough of him! Zonk could have put Bill's ugly mug on the icon on the start page... if thats within his power ;)

Change the name of slashdot..... (1)

killeena (794394) | about 9 years ago | (#13469647)

to Zonkdot. Seriously, everything on here is from Zonk.

first the intel switch (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469707)

and I said to myself "what's next? iSteve singing show tunes...."

Well blow me down with a feather!

The mistakes must be added on purpose... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469751)

... because the editors know that they generate more comments and interest than the actual stories.

Let me recall of... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469829)

American Idol, when Simon says:

"I don't like music anymore..."

I smell FUD (1)

postgrep (803732) | about 9 years ago | (#13469839)

http://www.nerdsthemusical.com/main.htm [nerdsthemusical.com] two technological geniuses, as they blaze a path from "garage inventors"... No wonder they've quoted that. Steve Jobs did nothing but sell Apples, Ol' Woz made them and programmed them with this bare hands and didn't receive any credit. Whilst Gates stole his initial OS from Apple again. Remind me why these people are being played off as geniuses instead of criminals?

Re:I smell FUD (1, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469853)

>>Whilst Gates stole his initial OS from Apple again

MS-DOS was stolen from Apple?

More like MS wrote the BASIC interpreter that was pretty much the operating system of the original Apple II.

Talk about smelling FUD! It's coming from your own asshole I suspect.

Re:I smell FUD (1)

postgrep (803732) | about 9 years ago | (#13469858)

Apple II != first apple made

Re:I smell FUD (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13469892)

>> Apple II != first apple made

So what?

How does that rebut either of the parent's points?

Woz wrote an integer BASIC but it wasn't much use for anything beyond programming simple games so Apple licensed Microsoft's floating point BASIC and called it Applesoft.

FUD indeed!

Re:I smell FUD (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13471971)

How is this Fear, Uncertainty or Doubt... JTDC, you are an idiot

Re:I smell FUD (1)

Tablizer (95088) | about 9 years ago | (#13472271)

Agreed. They are essentially marketing and packaging geniuses. It was not their tech that made them big. Few know this outside of the tech world.

Re:I smell FUD (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13480568)

This show accurately, and hillariously, portrays all the lying cheating and stealing, trust me.

Monsters Inc Musical (3, Funny)

GaryPatterson (852699) | about 9 years ago | (#13469882)

Is it just me, or does someone else think of the scene in Monsters Inc where Mike screams out "Put that thing back where it came from!" and then pretends it's a musical?

Pixar put it in the DVD as an extra bit. It was very good, but somehow I keep thinking of this story in the same vein.

Genre? (1)

HD Webdev (247266) | about 9 years ago | (#13470194)

"Its title "Nerds://A Musical Software Satire" suggests that its in the same genre as Martyn Burke's 1999 movie Pirates in Silicon Valley."

Are you sure that you mean the "crappy, inaccurate, made for TV genre" that Pirates OF Silicon Valley belongs to?

Re:Genre? (1)

Carthag (643047) | about 9 years ago | (#13470363)

I think they mean plot, not genre. Unless I completely missed them, there weren't any songs in Pirates of Silicon Valley.

How to Succeed in Business... (3, Funny)

dexter riley (556126) | about 9 years ago | (#13470490)

...By Being an A**hole: Act One, Scene Four:

Ballmer:
        I...am.
        Gonna set this town, gonna set this world on FIRE!
        I...am.
        Gonna make our stock, gonna knock his block off HIGHER!
        I...am!
        Gonna be the one, be the shining sun, be the number one--
Bates:
        (coughs)

Ballmer:
        (sighs) Gonna be true blue, be the number two,
        be the bastard whoooooo....
        (runs down a line of chairs, scattering them across the stage)
        Is gonna be! The! One! To!
Chorus:
        He's! The! One! To!

Ballmer:
        Swear-to-god I'll... (throws chair)
Chorus:
        Juv! En! Ile! Wooo! (dodging chair)

Ballmer and Chorus:
        Kill!
        Goo!
        --gle!!!!!!
        (Big finish, orchestra swells)

Ballmer and Gates:
        Yeah!

I saw in (1)

tentac1e (62936) | about 9 years ago | (#13471064)

When I was apprenticing at Vassar last summer, Nerds was in workshop. For non theatre geeks, that's where you perform the show for a week while tweaking the script. I met one of the playwrights, and he's a nice guy and a software developer.

The play itself went over very well.

Jobs: "Gates, let me know if you need a helping hand."

Gates: "We don't need your hand Jobs."

*All of Gates' cronies laugh*

Gates: "What?"

Re:I saw in (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13471351)

I saw it at Vassar as well (twice! - it was that fun :)). I'm actually disappointed that they didn't keep the same cast, as the guy who played Gates really did look like Billy Boy, and the new guy doesn't...

Anyway, for all the FUD the original article title was, it really was a good fun show, even if it wasn't up to the caliber of a Broadway "Spectacular". Too bad there aren't any tickets left - here's hoping it does well enough that it gets put on again...

Hard to tell what's worth watching (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13471538)

Well... at least the girl with the orange shirt is a hottie.

"Dat pesky fouw-eyed wabbit!" (1)

Tablizer (95088) | about 9 years ago | (#13472104)

Kill da Wabbit, Kill da Wabbit!

Clip from the opening act (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13472128)

Here is one with Balmer during the intro. [macboy.com]

the pix (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13473214)

I don't know about anyone else, but I think the 2 girls in the pix are cute.

Re:the pix (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#13478462)

I concur. *sigh*

Mother says,, "It's A tony award winner" (1)

gamekeeper (793336) | about 9 years ago | (#13503208)

My mother just read the article and saw the pictures. She says it could be a "Tony" winner. She hopes it, will come out to California. What intrests us both about this is, the people depicted in this play are possibily the most influential of our time, either positivly or negatively. The fact that none of these powerful people have filed suit against the production for things like "defamation, or slander" must lend some credit to it's honesty. I think it's interesting that this type of stuff is going on now instead of like 100 years or more after they die.. I am not for or against the decisions that these people have made, some Really suck and affect alot of people in verry negative ways, and there are some that are a Stroke of Genius that moves us forward, I guess it all depends on your perception of the given situation.. Thats my take, gk
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