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Two Gentlemen of Verona Musical Lyrics

Two Gentlemen of Verona Lyrics

  1. Act 1
  2. Summer, Summer
  3. I Love My Father
  4. That's A Very Interesting Question
  5. I'd Like To Be A Rose
  6. Thou Julia, Thou Has Metamorphosed Me
  7. Symphony
  8. I Am Not Interested In Love
  9. Love, Is That You?
  10. Thou, Proteus, Thou Has Metamorphosed Me
  11. What Does A Lover Pack?
  12. Pearls
  13. I Love My Father (Reprise)
  14. Two Gentlemen Of Verona
  15. Follow The Rainbow
  16. Where's North?
  17. Bring All The Boys Back Home
  18. To whom It May Concern
  19. Night Letter
  20. Love's Revenge
  21. Calla Lily Lady
  22. Act 2
  23. Land Of Betrayal
  24. Thurio's Samba
  25. Hot Lover
  26. What A Nice Idea
  27. Love Me
  28. Eglamour
  29. Kidnapped
  30. Mansion
  31. What's A Nice Girl Like Her
  32. Dragon Fight
  33. Don't Have A Baby
  34. Love's Revenge (Reprise)
  35. Love Has Driven Me Sane

Two Gentlemen of Verona musical description

Try-outs were held in the summer of 1971 in the New York’s Delacorte Theater in Central Park. About 20 preliminaries were successful, after which director M. Shapiro and choreographer J. Erdman decided to put this histrionics in December of the same year in the St. James Theatre. More than 600 performances were given there. An acting troupe consisted of: R. Julia, D. Davila, S. Channing, J. Goldblum & J. Allen. The musical directed by M. Shapiro won in two nominations of Tony, including Best Musical.

In April 1973, the theatrical was staged in the West End in Phoenix Theatre. This play also directed by M. Shapiro, withstood more than 230 hits. In London, the spectacular took part with following actors: J. Gilbert, B. J. Arnau, R. C. Davis, B. Lee, S. E. Wright & M. Staniforth.

In 1996, during the New Jersey’s Shakespeare Festival on the scene was played one part of the production, managed by R. Duke & P. Hernandez.

In 2005, the musical was revived and staged in the Public Theater and Delacorte Theater. It had cast: N. Lewis, P. Montalban, O. Isaacs, R. Dawson, M. Johnson Jr. & J. Cariani.

In 1972, the musical also won the Drama Desk, in particular, for the best performance, best choreography & music. In The New York Times has been published an article, whose author was a theater critic B. Brantley. In it, the play has received a very cool score. The main emphasis was done on the reduction of some scenes that, according to critics’ wrong opinion, was an evidence of lack of work of playwright and director.
Release date: 1971
Last Update:July, 18th 2016

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