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Forgotten Musicals Friday: LIDO LADY

Although the month is swiftly drawing to a close, there’s still time to take a look at another of the forgotten musicals created by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart during the 1920s. Continue reading

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Forgotten Musicals Friday: THE GIRL FRIEND

If THE GARRICK GAIETIES, which was featured in last week’s Forgotten Musicals Friday, was an important stepping stone for Richard Rodgers and Lorenza Hart, THE GIRL FRIEND cemented them in the public consciousness of 1920s America. Continue reading

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Forgotten Musicals Friday: DEAREST ENEMY

With a book by Herbert Fields, direction by John Murray Anderson, direction of the libretto by Charles Sinclair and Harry Ford and dance and ensemble direction by Carl Hemmer, DEAREST ENEMY ran for 286 performances. Continue reading

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Forgotten Musicals Friday: THE GARRICK GAIETIES

THE GARRICK GAIETIES was an important stepping stone in the career of Rodgers and Hart owing to its introduction (by Sterling Holloway and June Cochrane) of what was arguably their first runaway hit, “Manhattan”. Continue reading

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Forgotten Musicals Friday: POOR LITTLE RITZ GIRL

Poor Little Ritz Girl was the first Broadway show that showcased Rodgers and Hart’s talents to any great extent. Continue reading

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