No Strings Musical Lyrics

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No Strings Lyrics

  1. The Sweetest Sounds The Sweetest Sounds Video  add
  2. How Sad   add
  3. Loads Of Love   add
  4. The Man Who Has Everything   add
  5. Be My Host Be My Host Video  add
  6. La La La   add
  7. You Don't Tell Me   add
  8. Love Makes The World Go   add
  9. Nobody Told Me   add
  10. Look No Further   add
  11. Maine   add
  12. An Orthodox Fool
  13. Eager Beaver   add
  14. No Strings   add
  15. Finale: The Sweetest Sounds (Reprise)   add

Musical was written by S. Taylor. Songs composed by R. Rodgers. The world’s opening night took place in Canada. The first US show was held in Detroit. The pre-Broadway performance lasted first two months in 1962. Previews of the New York productions took place on March 1962 and the following premiere was held on the same month. Since October, the production was shifted to Broadhurst. The histrionics was completed in August 1963 after 580 appearances. J. Layton directed & choreographed. The cast involved: R. Kiley, D. Carroll, N. Adam, A. Epstein, D. Chastain, M. Gregg, B. Massi, P. Rowles, A. Hodges & P. Cambeilh. Since July 1963, H. Keel & B. McNair joined the cast in main parts. They did not have big success with the public so a month later the show was completed.

The London production was carried at Her Majesty's Theatre scene. The premiere took place on December 1963 and survived through 135 appearances. The final performance was shown in May 1964. In 2003, the production was presented as part of Encores!, a program that recovers forgotten productions. Director was A. Reinking. The performance’s cast included: J. Naughton, M. Days playing the main parts. In 1962, the histrionics has received an award from the Outer Critics Circle. It also was nominated in 10 categories at the Tony Award, winning 4.
Release date: 1962
Last Update:June, 25th 2016

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