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Jun 25, 2015. Chris Record; Jacob Estes as Moonface Martin, Ashtyn Hutchings as Reno Sweeney, and Matthew Blake Johnson as Billy Crocker in Anything Goes. In olden days, when Cole Porter was composing his first musicals, his songs and lyrics were outstanding, the scripts written by his collaborators were superb,.

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Hi.- Here he is.Very tonight.What took you so long?I was off my makeup, tons of it.Say, you two all up there?You know the problem, honey.Any time you want a of mine.- me, darlings.- Hello, Victor, how are you?All right, Vic, it's a nice party. Hiya, Lottie.- Hi, Mr. Benson.- the billing!Man, you went the full route, didn't you?You know there's I wouldn't dofor you, Bill.- You hungry?- No.- Thirsty?- I can wait a bit.Want a girl to.- No, I'm too tired.- Can I you?- Victor, put your pen away, will you?- Good evening, Bill.Hi, Fritzi.I told you I wasn't to signa contract.till I know who's to playthe fellow.- We'll find somebody.- It's not as as that.We have a who's young,who can sing, dance, act.Leave it to me. It's easy.It's easy, huh, Victor?I don't know like that.Neither do I.That's what's so it.There's this geniuswaiting to be somewhere.- and we have no idea he is.- That's very exciting.- What's that?- like a raid.Look who's here!It's nobody, just Ted Adams.Otto!Give them a break.Here you are. Aren't they wonderful?Thank you.They love me.Thank you very much. You.Hey, that was some reception, huh?A year ago, ever of him.Fastest rise of in television.- Did you ever see him work?- No, I live in a area.What kind of of are you?They're all for you.- Come on!- Why didn't you tell me?Teddy, baby! Look here.Hello, Victor.I'm glad you didn't wait for me.Do you hear that?

Please come by a have a look! UTS Manuscripts Student Series Post 1 of 4, by Eleanor Stern (Barnard College 2019).Inside of UTS MS 051, a fifteenth-century French book of hours believed to have belonged to King Henry III, now housed at the Burke Library, I expected to find certain kinds of illuminations. Most books of hours begin with a calendar, each month marked by illustrations of the the zodiac or of seasonal occupations (Gunhouse). This exhibit draws from the Burke’s special collections that Seth did so much to care for and share, and reflects his deep love for music, liturgy, and travel. But, as I turned its pages in Burke’s special collections reading room, I saw that the calendar was surrounded by floral and geometric motifs. Single collection et king rare coins.

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Ad lib.You know the boys.Yes. Make at home.We can't stay very long. Tallulah's waiting.Right.Did you tell Bill that I've decidedto do the show with him?- Yes.- What did he say?What did he say? What he say?He's the idea.This is it.It'll open the act.Why don't you try it?Bill!Excuse me, darlings.- Ted, you know Bill Benson.- Sure.- How do you do?

Nice to see you, Ted.- you.- See, I can't tell you how I am.- He's a fan of yours.Oh, yes, ever I was a kid.Really, you don't know how excitedI was when told me.Yes, sir, a fan.How the number?Well, I've only just seen the verse,but I'll take a hack at it.They a to the guyWho of someonewith a pieCall it hokum, hoke, or what you willIt sure got a and they're stillAnd as gloriousAs a that's real uproarious.Cut, here. This for two fellows.I need guy.You do? Guy Reginald Bolton (23 November 1884 – 4 September 1979) was an Anglo-American playwright and writer of musical comedies.

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Born in England and educated in France and the US, he trained as an architect but turned to writing. Bolton preferred working in collaboration with others, principally the English writers P.

Wodehouse and Fred Thompson, with whom he wrote 21 and 14 shows respectively, and the American playwright George Middleton, with whom he wrote ten shows. Among his other collaborators in Britain were George Grossmith Jr., Ian Hay and Weston and Lee. In the US, he worked with George and Ira Gershwin, Kalmar and Ruby and Oscar Hammerstein II.Bolton is best known for his early work on the Princess Theatre musicals during the First World War with Wodehouse and the composer Jerome Kern. These shows moved the American musical away from the traditions of European operetta to small scale, intimate productions with what the Oxford Encyclopedia of Popular Music calls, 'smart and witty integrated books and lyrics, considered to be a watershed in the evolution of the American musical.' Among his 50 plays and musicals, most of which were considered 'frothy confections', additional hits included Primrose (1924), the Gershwins' Lady, Be Good (1925) and especially Cole Porter's Anything Goes (1935).Bolton also wrote stage adaptations of novels by Henry James and Somerset Maugham, and wrote three novels on his own and a fourth in collaboration with Bernard Newman.

He worked on screenplays for such films as Ambassador Bill (1931) and Easter Parade (1948), and published four novels, Flowers for the Living (with Bernard Newman, 1958), The Olympians (1961), The Enchantress (1964) and Gracious Living (1966). With Wodehouse, he wrote a joint memoir of their Broadway years, entitled Bring on the Girls!

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Originally penned in 1934 with music and lyrics by American composer and songwriter, this musical comedy has been updated several times throughout the last century.Story:Billy instantly falls in love with a beautiful girl he meets in a taxi. When he discovers she’s boarding the SS American, the same London-bound ship his boss and co-worker Reno are boarding, he sneaks aboard himself. The beautiful girl, Hope, is engaged to a stuffy British aristocrat, Lord Evelyn, but that doesn’t stop the love-struck Billy. With the help of other passengers, Billy seeks to shake Reno, whose love he doesn’t return, and capture the heart of the girl of his dreams - all without hurting anyone’s feelings.

2010 Broadway Revival Theatre Opening Night April 7, 2010 Total Performances 521 Original Cast Sutton Foster, Joel Grey, Jessica Walter, John McMartin, Colin Donnell, Adam Godley, Laura Osnes, Jessica Stone, Walter Charles, Robert Creighton, Andrew Cao, Raymond J. Lee Revised Book Director Kathleen Marshall Choreographer Kathleen Marshall Producer Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director; Harold Wolpert: Managing Director; Julia C. Levy: Executive Director; Gene Feist: Founding Director) Musical Director James Lowe Orchestrations Michael Gibson and Bill Elliott Scenic Design Derek McLane Costume Design Martin Pakledinaz Lighting Design Peter Kaczorowski Sound Design Brian Ronan.