Sidney Michaels wrote the libretto and lyrics, and the music was done by Mark Sandrich, Jr. together with Jerry Herman. Michael Kidd had directed the Broadway production, which dates back to October 1964, which was able to hold 215 plays in Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. You can evaluate the success of a play as slightly below average.
Team: O. Smith (designer and decorator), Motley (costume designer), J. Brown (illuminator), D. Pippin (sound engineer, arranger), P. J. Lang (Conductor), R. Adams (dance executive).
Cast: R. Preston, R. Gardner, U. Sallert, L. Zeldis, A. Matthews, S. Watson, R. Russel, S. Greene, E. Roll, F. Kiser, G. Ramos, J. Schaefer, S. Roveta, A. Falco, E. Graf, O. Clark, J. Elliot, A. Bartow, M. Charles, C. Fearl, D. Ball, R. LePage, J. Keatts, B. Webster, C. Parks, R. Schwinn, A. Maye, B. Kaliban, H. Harris, M. Crawford, J. Taliaferro, B. Bossert, S. Getz, L. Jones, J. Fletcher, S. France, H. Mazzini & K. Andrews.
Author of libretto was nominated for a Tony Award, but unfortunately, he did not get one. The album was recorded by Capitol Records.
The resurrection of the musical took place only one time for a couple of months – at the end of 2008 and it was not raised any time since then.
Release date: 1964
Last Update:December, 09th 2015
Ben Franklin in Paris Lyrics
- Act 1
- We Sail The Seas
- I Invented Myself
- Too Charming
- Whatever Became Of Old Temple?
- Half The Battle
- A Balloon Is Ascending
- To Be Alone With You
- You're In Paris
- How Laughable It Is
- Hic Haec Hoc
- God Bless The Human Elbow
- Act 2
- When I Dance WIth The Person I Love
- Diane Is
- Look For Small Pleasures
- I Love The Ladies
- Finale (To Be Alone with You)