Me and Juliet Musical Lyrics

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Me and Juliet Lyrics

  1. Act 1
  2. A Very Special Day A Very Special Day Video  add
  3. That's the Way It Happens That's the Way It Happens Video  add
  4. Dance Impromptu   add
  5. Overture to Me and Juliet   add
  6. Opening of Me and Juliet   add
  7. Marriage Type Love Marriage Type Love Video  add
  8. Keep It Gay Keep It Gay Video  add
  9. The Big Black Giant The Big Black Giant Video  add
  10. No Other Love
  11. Dance   add
  12. It's Me It's Me Video  add
  13. First Act Finale   add
  14. Act 2
  15. Intermission Talk   add
  16. It Feels Good   add
  17. We Deserve Each Other We Deserve Each Other Video  add
  18. I'm Your Girl   add
  19. Second Act Finale   add
  20. Finale   add

This musical comedy has been created in 1953 by two authors: R. Rodgers & O. Hammerstein II, who produced all libretto & lyrics. Premiere took place on May of mentioned year in the Majestic Theatre. A large number of tickets were sold in advance. This ensured the well funding of performance. By November, the musical fully paid off. On April 1954 after 358 performances, the play was removed from the display. This spectacle made a little profit, so it was attributed to unsuccessful productions.

Director is G. Abbott. The cast involved: I. Bigley – Jeanie, B. Hayes – Larry, M. Dawson – Bob, R. Walston – Mac, J. McCracken – Betty, J. Lautner – Ruby, H. Scott – Lily (Juliet), E. Philips – Sidney. In 1954, a musical during a half month was shown in Chicago. In 1955, the show was at the Starlight Theatre’s stage. In 1970, it was shown in the New York’s Equity Library Theatre. Resurrection occurred in 2002, when the musical was staged at the York Theatre’s scene. As chorus girls of 1953-1954, were involved the S. MacLaine – in a New York production, and S. Jones – in Chicago’s one.

The London’s production was set in 2010 at the Finborough Theatre.
Release date: 1953
Last Update:May, 16th 2016

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