After composing sentimental schmaltz after soap operatic schlock, British potboiler Andrew Lloyd Weber has announced his decision to turn to the high drama of the world of tall finance and elevated governmental corruption.
Lord Andrew who received his royal nomination for the incredible feat of making English men weep, will write his next musical about the phantom mortgages that MP's exploited to leverage multiple dwellings with many pounds of British taxpayers dinero.
The Phantom of the Mortgage is rumoured to be a tragic tale set to bathetic musique of a poor boy who falls in among real estate thieves. The unfortunate imbalanced lad falls also in love with every trick in the dishonest mortgage business book and the lovely but somewhat deformed daughter of a subhuman subprime lender.
Expected hot tunes from the hit production are: " I am the Phantom of the Mortgage"; "Ponzi, Ponzi Schemes for Me!" and Pera...Schmopera, i just want to make moola!"