Salad Days Musical Lyrics

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Salad Days Lyrics

  1. Act 1
  2. Opening   add
  3. The Things That Are Done By A Don The Things That Are Done By A Don Video  add
  4. We Said We Wouldn't Look Back
  5. Find Yourself Something To Do Find Yourself Something To Do Video  add
  6. I Sit In The Sun
  7. Oh Look at Me, I'm Dancing Due Oh Look at Me, I'm Dancing Due Video  add
  8. Hush-Hush Hush-Hush Video  add
  9. Out Of Breath Out Of Breath Video  add
  10. Act 2
  11. Cleopatra Cleopatra Video  add
  12. Sand in My Eyes   add
  13. It's Easy To Sing It's Easy To Sing Video  add
  14. We're Looking For A Piano We're Looking For A Piano Video  add
  15. The Time Of My Life
  16. The Saucer Song The Saucer Song Video  add
  17. We Don't Understand Our Children We Don't Understand Our Children Video  add
  18. Oh, Look at Me! (Reprise)   add
  19. We Said we Couldn't Look Back (Reprise)   add
  20. Other Songs
  21. Medley From 'Salad Days' 1   add
  22. Medley From 'Salad Days' 2   add
  23. Vocal Gems From 'Salad Days' 1   add
  24. Vocal Gems From 'Salad Days' 2   add
  25. Fandango   add
  26. He Vowed He Came To Save You   add
  27. Tho' Cause For Suspicion Appears   add
  28. I Loved Him For Himself Alone   add
  29. Never May'st Thou Happy Be   add
  30. Let's Take A Stroll Through London   add
  31. We Smile   add

Lyrics composed by J. Slade & D. Reynolds. Music for the play wrote J. Slade. The premiere of the musical was in June 1954 in Bristol’s Theatre Royal. Then the production moved to London's Vaudeville Theatre, where the show began in August 1954. Musical stayed on the scene for almost 6 years, becoming at that time the most long-running staging in West End. The last performance took place in August 1960, after 2283 exhibitions. Choreographer of show was E. West. In the play participated: M. Aldridge, N. Blick, P. Clark, E. Drew & C. Finn. The Canadian premiere of the histrionics took place in the summer of 1956 in the Hart House Theatre. Production carried out the director B. Morse & choreographer A. Lund. Then the theatrical was transferred to the Royal Alexandra Theatre & after – in Her Majesty's Theatre.

In 1958, the musical moved to New York's Barbizon Plaza Theatre, where in November it had a US premiere. In January 1959, the show was closed after 80 performances. The play had such cast: R. Easton, J. Creley, E. Christmas & H. Burns. In April 1976 was the second staging in London, in Duke of York's Theatre. It survived for 133 productions. The director was N. Rhoden & the cast consisted of: E. Seal, S. Steafel, A. Bareham, M. Rennie & O. Bullock. In 1996, the next production was in the Vaudeville Theatre. The spectacular was directed by N. Sherrin & had such cast: S. Connolly, N. Fulljames, R. Sisson, E. Counsell & G. Soper. In November 2009, in London's Riverside Studios has been shown a new version of the musical. Director was B. Bankes-Jones, choreographer – Q. Sacks. It survived for only 12 performances. The cast was: A. Ahern, L. Boggess, E. Burford, S.-L. Dann & M. Francis. In 1955, the show was marked by Evening Standard Award.
Release date: 1954
Last Update:July, 13th 2016

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