Broadway Production Opened

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1980 In Music - Musical Theater
... Barnum Broadway production opened at the St ... James Theatre on April 30 and ran for 854 performances Brigadoon (Lerner Loewe) – Broadway revival opened at the Majestic Theatre on October 16 and ran for 133 ... performances The Life and Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby London production opened at the Aldwych Theatre on June 5 On The Twentieth Century London production opened at ...
1920 In Music
... Productions that ran more than 130 performances) Afgar Broadway production opened at the Central Theatre on November 8 and ran for 168 performances As You Were Broadway revue by ... The Beggar's Opera London production opened at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith on June 5 and ran for 1,463 performances Die Blaue Mazur (The Blue Mazurka) (Music by Franz Leh ... Jeanette MacDonald made her first Broadway appearance as a member of the chorus ...
1901 In Music - Musical Theater
... Blue Bell In Fairyland London production A Chinese Honeymoon London production opened at the Strand Theatre on October 5 and ran for 1075 performances ... The Emerald Isle London production opened at the Savoy Theatre on April 27 and ran for 205 performances ... The Fortune Teller London production opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre on April 7 ...
JFK (film) - Production - Music
... commitment to Steven Spielberg's Hook, which opened the same month as JFK, composer John Williams didn't have time to compose a conventional score for the entire film ...
1900 In Music - Musical Theater
... The Cadet Girl Broadway production opened at the Herald Square Theatre on July 25 and ran for 48 performances The Casino Girl London production opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre on April ...

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