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Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! circa 1948
Jerome Robbins choreographer and director. At the Adelphi Theatre, starring Nancy Walker and Harold Lang.
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That's The Ticket circa 1948
A collection of images from the rehearsal, showing Jerome Robbins and Paul Godkin at the Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia.
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The Big Knife Rehearsal January 7, 1949
Joan McCracken, John Garfield, Nancy Kelly, Paul McGrath, Howard Bay, Dwight Deere Wiman.
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Cole Porter January 10, 1949
Cole Porter shown in his study working on the score for the musical comedy Kiss Me, Kate.
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Anne of The Thousand Days January 18, 1949
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Death of a Salesman January 24, 1949
The timeless Arthur Miller classic, directed by Elia Kazan, follows the desperate last days of salesman Willy Loman (Lee J. Cobb) as he deteriorates into a madness driven by the failure of his life. The story questions the honesty of the American Dream ideal and the worth of money and perceived success at the expense of family and emotional well-being.
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A Streetcar Named Desire June 6, 1949
Featuring the cast from the road company, which starred Anthony Quinn and Uta Hagen.
images available upon request
Miss Liberty June 12, 1949
Images from the rehearsal for the story of a French girl mistaken for the female model who inspired the Statue of Liberty. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, written by Robert E. Sherwood, directed by Moss Hart, and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. At the Imperial Theatre, 1949.
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The Browning Version September 26, 1949
starring Edna Best and Maurice Evans
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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes October 24, 1949
A series of rehearsal images showing dancers, Carol Channing, and other personalities and moments from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Agnes de Mille can also be seen in some images choreographing the dancers.
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Alive And Kicking November 7, 1949
The rehearsal for Alive And Kicking, featuring Gwen Verdon, Jack Cole, Marie Groscup, Jean Harris, and Velerie Camille.
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As You Like It December 20, 1949
Several images from the Shakespearian play directed by Micheal Benthall, including some of Katharine Hepburn as Rosalind and Ernest Thesiger as Jacques. At 145 performances it is the longest running Broadway version of As You Like It. "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players."
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Alive And Kicking January 19, 1950
Posed images from Alive And Kicking, featuring Gwen Verdon, Jack Cole, Marie Groscup, Jean Harris, and Velerie Camille.
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The Cocktail Party January 30, 1950
A comedy written by T.S. Eliot, starring Alec Guinness and Cathleen Nesbitt. The play revolves around the search for meaning and was a surprise hit on broadway when it opened.
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Peter Pan May 1, 1950
Sir James M. Barrie's story as produced by Peter Lawrence, starring Boris Karloff and Jean Arthur. Music and Lyrics by Leonard Bernstein, and Costumes by Motley.
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Call Me Madam September 8, 1950
The rehearsal for the Broadway hit comedy with dances by Jerome Robbins, Directed by George Abbott, and with music by Irving Berlin. The show starred Ethel Merman in the lead role of Ms. Sally Adams, the U.S. Ambassador to Lichtenburg, who upon her arrival immediately falls for Lichtenburger Cosmo Constantine. The show was later made into a film, also starring Ethel Merman.
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The Member Of The Wedding September 14, 1950
Based on the novel by Carson McCullers, starring Ethel Waters, Julie Harris and Brandon De Wilde, and directed by Harold Clurman. It tells the story of 12-year old tomboy Frankie Addams' struggle with jealousy as a result of her brother's upcoming marriage, and her relationship with their African-American maid that blooms from it. At the Empire Theatre.
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Out Of This World November 14, 1950
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Directed by Agnes de Mille with choreography by Hanya Holm. The musical comedy revolves around the god Jupiter who seeks an affair with the already-married mortal Helen (Priscilla Gillette). To win her over, the sex-crazed Jupiter disguises himself as Helen's husband (William Eythe), until he is tracked down by his wife Juno (star Charlotte Greenwood).
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Guys and Dolls circa 1950
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The King And I February 1, 1951
The rehearsals for the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical starring Gertrude Lawrence, with Yul Brynner, and choreography by Jerome Robbins.
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The King And I March 12, 1951
Yul Brynner and Gertrude Lawrence star in the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical that went on to 1,246 performances at the St. James Theatre. Directed by John Van Druten and Choreographed by Jerome Robbins, with set design by Jo Mielziner. It tells the story of teacher brought to Thailand to teach the son of the King of Siam.
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South Pacific April 25, 1951
From the rehearsal of the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical that premiered in 1949 and ran for 1,925 performances. This series of images shows the two working out songs at the piano in 1951.
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Gigi Rehearsal October 16, 1951
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Gigi November 8, 1951
Selected images from the play starring Audrey Hepburn in her breakout Broadway role as the young Parisian girl being groomed for high society by her Aunt (Cathleen Nesbitt). Adapted for the stage by Anita Loos, from the novel by Colette.
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Pal Joey December 7, 1951
Images from the rehearsal from the John O'Hara play Pal Joey, music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Starring Harold Lang as a heel of an M.C. who uses women to advance his career, with Elaine Stritch, Helen Gallagher, and Vivienne Segal.
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