Connecticut Yankee, A Musical Lyrics
Connecticut Yankee, A Lyrics
- Overture "A Connecticut Yankee" Lyrics
- My Heart Stood Still
- Thou Swell
- On A Desert Island With Thee
- To Keep My Love Alive
- Can't You Do A Friend A Favor?
- I Feel At Home With You
- You Always Love The Same Girl
- Finale "A Connecticut Yankee" Lyrics
- Bonus Tracs
- New Nothing But You by Shirley Ross
- Ev'ry Sunday Afternoon by Shirley Ross
- From Another World by Shirley Ross Lyrics
- It Never Entered My Mind by Shirley Ross
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Jupiter Forbid by Hildegarde Lyrics
- Ev'rything I've Got by Hildegarde
- Nobody's Heart by Hildegarde Lyrics
Connecticut Yankee, A musical description
Subsequently, many independent options were so parallel with this musical that even creators had to deny that some movie or some play was a remake of their original musical. No wonder – stories are very alike.
On Broadway, the musical lasted for 421 shows that for 1927 was a gorgeous result. It survived a series of resurrections. Herbert Fields wrote libretto, Richard Rodgers was the director, and Lorenz Hart wrote the lyrics. His producers were L. Fields & L. D. Andrews.
The most famous of its resurrection was in 1943 and after 135 stagings it was closed in the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. The director was John C. Wilson, a roles were performed by such actors: R. Chisholm, V. Segal, Vera-Ellen & D. Foran. In 1955, it screens out its adaptation, where played B. Karloff, E. Albert, G. Sherwood & J. Blair. New York took the play in 2001.
Release date: 1927
Last Update:January, 19th 2016