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“WHEN YOU WALK THROUGH A STORM HOLD YOUR HEAD…IN YOUR HANDS AND SAY ‘BOLLOCKS’” AS OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN SUFFERS FROM LYRICIST’S BLOCK!

February 1945; New York: It is the ‘golden age’ of musical theatre and at its very epicentre we find the pairing of composers Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II finishing off the songs for their new Broadway stage production ‘Carousel’. 609 more words

Gearing Up for Cinderella

My sincerest apologies, followers, but this is to let you know that I will not be posting an article today as planned. Instead, I will be posting sometime on Friday. 30 more words

Animation

Glass Theatre Production of Cinderella Highlighted by The News and Advance

Productions of ‘Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella,’ ‘South Pacific’ opening in Lynchburg

Original Article by The News and Advance

“They had a knack for writing classic music,” says E.C. 722 more words

Upcoming Performances

She was perfect

Bernadette.  Bernadette Peters.

For decades, that name has conjured up a picture of Kewpie-doll cuteness, corkscrew-curl hair, fishtail dresses, an eye-catching bosom (indeed!), and that peculiar but persuasive voice. 338 more words

Daily Life

'American Songbook' makes national debut Wednesday on NJTV

Once again NJTV will broadcast great original programming before any other public station in the entire United States of America. With it’s second season beginning Jan. 945 more words

Broadway