Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? Musical Lyrics

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Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? Lyrics

  1. Act 1
  2. Prologue/Get Ready, Eddie   add
  3. The Greatest Gift
  4. Little Fat Girls Little Fat Girls Video  add
  5. It's the Nuns It's the Nuns Video  add
  6. Cookie Cutters   add
  7. Queen of the May
  8. Patron Saints   add
  9. Private Parts
  10. How Far Is Too Far? How Far Is Too Far? Video  add
  11. Act 2
  12. Entr'acte   add
  13. Doo-Waa, Doo-Wee Doo-Waa, Doo-Wee Video  add
  14. I Must Be in Love
  15. Friends, The Best Of   add
  16. Greatest Gift (Reprise)
  17. Mad Bomber/We're Saving Ourselves for Marriage
  18. Late Bloomer & Prom Montage Late Bloomer & Prom Montage Video  add
  19. Friends, The Best Of (Reprise)
  20. Thank God

This musical, due to the inclusion of classical issues in the plot, has become very popular for amateur and school productions. For example, in Chicago, when it started in 1979, it lasted until 1983, over 4.5 years, putting a record of duration among musical shows in this city. A story tells, starting from the 1950s, of very young heroes, who at first were in elementary school, and until they grew older and passed lots of various stages, including love. Histrionics is based on a 1975’s book written by John R. Powers. K. Kwapis was the director, who in the adaptation of the script and preparing of the performance was helped by M. Matzdorff and T. A. Dyer.

The preliminary exhibition was in Philadelphia, where the musical brought large audiences and received extremely positive feedbacks. On Broadway, it opened in Alvin Theatre, under the direction of Mike Nussbaum, choreography staged by T. Walsh. The actors were as follows: D. Stitt, J. Graae, R. Thacker, V. Lewis & M. Moore. Recording with this musical was released by Bay Cities Records. The total number of histrionics in North America, including tours in cities, was more than 250.
Release date: 1982
Last Update:February, 24th 2016

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