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My Sister Eileen December 23, 1940
My Sister Eileen was a joyous comedy based on Ruth McKenney's New Yorker stories about the urban adventures of her attractive sister Eileen. The Max Gordon production, staged by George S. Kaufman, ran for an incredible 864 performances. In a tragic twist, newlyweds Eileen McKenney and husband novelist Nathaniel West were killed in an automobile accident only 4 days before the opening. The show was adapted into the great musical Wonderful Town by Betty Comden, Adolph Green, and Leonard Bernstein in 1953.
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On The Town circa 1944
The rehearsal for the play choreographed by Jerome Robbins and starring Sono Osato. Music by Leonard Bernstein. At the Adelphi Theatre on 54th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue.
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On The Town circa 1944
Production photos from On The Town, featuring many well framed and lit key moments from the show. There is also a nice candid section showing Leonard Bernstein and the stars of the show rehearsing a song. The Betty Comden and Adolph Green show with choreography by Jerome Robbins.
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On the Town circa 1944
Inspired by Jerome Robbins' earlier ballet Fancy Free, On The Town brilliantly dramatized the adventures of three sailors in New York on a 24-hour pass. Robbins' driving creative vision as both director and choreographer on this show and his West Side Story (1957) planted the seeds for the so called "concept musical," such as "Cabaret" (1966) and "Chicago" (1975).
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