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A Connecticut Yankee circa 1943
A jive-talk, wartime update of the 1927 classic. Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Book by Herbert Fields and staged by John C. Wilson. Featuring dancer Vera-Ellen. The show was the last by Lorenz Hart, who was ejected for being drunk and disorderly from the opening night performance, dying a few weeks later from pneumonia. The production reprised the old standards, "My Heart Stood Still" and "Thou Swell", and introduced a new show-stopping number, "To Keep My Love Alive", which was added for Vivienne Segal, fresh from her Broadway run in the hit, Pal Joey.
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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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