MAY
5
Since there isn't a
Pilgrim in sight, there
won't be any May-flowers
this month. (Sorry) We
do have our monthly
feature of shows that
opened this month. We
decided to limit this
survey to those shows
that opened in 1960
or before and will
include SHUFFLE
ALONG, BLACKBIRDS
OF 1928, THE MOST
HAPPY FELLA, ME
AND JULIET, CAN-
CAN, and DAMN
YANKEES. Of course
we'll also have THE
FANTASTICKS.

12
It's obvious, in this world
of "selfies," that we're
firmly entrenched in the
era of "ME!", so we
thought we'd take a
musical look at egos
with songs from FUNNY
GIRL, ALL AMERICAN
CITY OF ANGELS, BEN
FRANKLIN IN PARIS,
SUPERMAN, and
PETER PAN along
with a few others
since there are so
many to choose from.

19
Howard Keel is best
known for his years on
TV's DALLAS, but for
over a decade, fans
of film musicals saw
him as a bigger star.
We're shining a
spotlight on his
career this week with
songs from films like
KISMET, JUPITER'S
DARLING, KISS ME
KATE, SEVEN
BRIDES FOR SEVEN
BROTHERS, and
SHOW BOAT as well
as his stage work in
ANNIE GET YOUR
GUN and SARATOGA.


26
Since her birthday is
June 1, we thought
we'd remember
Marilyn Monroe
through songs from
some of her films.
Of course, we're
going to sample the
scores of SOME LIKE
IT HOT and
GENTLEMEN
PREFER BLONDES,
but you'll just have to
tune in for the rest!





















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