FEBRUARY

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Once again, we're surveying
one hundred years of
musicals to celebrate those
that opened this month with
songs from Jerome Kern's
OH, BOY! which opened
in 1917 to the revival of
Webber's SUNSET
BOULEVARD in 2017.
Along the way, we'll
sample songs from A
LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC,
CANTERBURY TALES,
ON THE TWENTIETH
CENTURY, THE PAJAMA
GAME (revival), SILK
STOCKINGS and more!


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Valentine's Day is just around
the corner, and, if you're like
us, you can't wait until the
15th to get cheap candy!
Treat yourself tonight with
some love songs from the
musicals of Rodgers and
Hart like SIMPLE SIMON,
JUMBO, I MARRIED AN
ANGEL, THE BOYS
FROM SYRACUSE, A
CONNECTICUT YANKEE
and others.



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Carol Channing was more
than a musical theatre icon,
her charity work saved Arts
Education in California, and
we wanted to celebrate her
career with selections from
her stage, screen, TV, and
recorded works. Of course,
there'll be HELLO, DOLLY!,
but we'll also look at LEND
AN EAR, SHOW GIRL,
GENTLEMEN PREFER
BLONDS, THUMBELINA,
LORELEI, FREE TO BE
YOU AND ME, and
ARCHY AND MEHITABEL.



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Since February is Black
History month, we thought
it only fitting that we take a
look at shows that
featured black casts or
were written about the
black experience with
songs from SIMPLY
HEAVENLY which has a
book and lyrics by
Langston Hughes and
the musicalizations of
Hansberry's A RAISIN
IN THE SUN and Davis'
PURLIE VICTORIUS.
Of course, we're including
THE WIZ and the black
casts of GUYS AND
DOLLS and HELLO,
DOLLY! as well.





















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