Sweet Charity (musical) (lyrics, songs)

The music for the show wrote C. Coleman. Lyrics composed by D. Fields. The libretto was developed by N. Simon. The premiere was held in December 1965 in Philadelphian Shubert Theatre. Since the end of December 1965 to January 1966, the show was hosted by the Fisher Theatre. In January 1966, the try-outs were held before the premiere on Broadway. The histrionics was at the Palace Theatre until July 1967, where were shown 10 preliminaries and 608 regular performances. The director and choreographer of the production was B. Fosse. The show had such cast: G. Verdon, T. Oliver & H. Gallagher. In 1967-1968, was first national tour. From October 1967 to November 1968 in the Prince of Wales Theatre of London was another staging, exhibiting 484 times. Production was done by directors L. Carra & R. Linden and choreographer E. Gasper. The cast involved: J. Prowse, G. Wyler, P. Kelly & J. Blake.

From April 1986 to March 1987 in the Minskoff Theatre was 2nd Broadway production. There were 15 preliminaries and 369 regular performances, directed by B. Fosse. The performance included these actors: M. Rupert, D. Allen & M. Jacoby. In 1987 and 2006 took place the 2nd and 3rd national tours. From May to August 1998, the Victoria Palace Theatre hosted the revised London version, directed by B. Langford. In April 2005, the try-outs of the next edition began for Broadway. The musical was in the Al Hirschfeld Theatre from May to December 2005 with 25 preliminaries and 279 regular performances. The play was directed W. Bobbie and choreographed by W. Cilento. The theatrical had this cast: C. Applegate, D. O'Hare & P. Schoeffler. From November 2009 to March 2010, at the Menier Chocolate Factory was the 3rd London production, directed by M. White and choreographed by S. Mear with this cast: T. Outhwaite, J. Gabrielle & T. Graves.
Release date: 1966
Last Update:July, 13th 2016

Sweet Charity lyrics list

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