AMONG THE MYRIAD CHALLENGES FACING A DIRECTOR director attempting to stage a musical about a frog stuck in a tree, the one that most surprised Amon Miyamoto was being thought of as a copycat. "On Broadway there were a lot of shows in the past in which the main character was a frog," says the Japanese director with a who'd-have-thunk-it shrug, citing Stephen Sondheim's The Frogs and Robert and Willie Reale's A Year with Frog and Toad. "Many people asked me, 'Are you going to do another frog musical?'"
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