Face The Music
|Componist||: Irving Berlin|
|Schrijvers||: Irving Berlin, Moss Hart|
Originally presented on Broadway by the legendary Sam Harris, FACE THE MUSIC opened at the New Amsterdam Theater on February 17, 1932, and ran for 165 performances, before touring and then returning to Broadway’s Forty-Fourth Street Theater. Sharply satirical, its humor both timely and timeless, FACE THE MUSIC combined a piquant Moss Hart script with a superlative Irving Berlin score that featured such soon-to-be standards as “Let’s Have Another Cup Of Coffee,” “Soft Lights And Sweet Music,” the ground-breaking “Manhattan Madness,” and the utterly unique “I Say Its Spinach (And The Hell With It).”
After lying dormant for nearly seven decades, FACE THE MUSIC was lovingly and painstakingly restored by a team of musical archivists led by R&H Director of Music Bruce Pomahac. With an adaptation by David Ives, direction by John Rando and choreography by Randy Skinner, FACE THE MUSIC proved to be the discovery of the 14th season of City Center’s Encores!: Great American Musicals in Concert.
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Instrumentatie: Orchestration Package
A singing, dancing ensemble with many small roles.
Hal Reisman - a Broadway producer
Kit Baker ? a musical comedy actress
Pat Mason ? a musical comedy actor
Mrs. Myrtle Meshbesher ? a rich socialite
Martin Van Buren Meshbesher ? the Police Chief
O'Rourke ? a policeman
Joe Malarkey ? part of a ?genu-wine, A-number-one comical dancing team?
Pickles Crouse ? the other part of a ?genu-wine, A-number-one comical dancing team?
Streetwalker ? a woman who wants to sing a torch song
Rodney St. Clair ? a sensational baritone
ENSEMBLE (in order of appearance):
First Society Lady
Second Society Lady
Elizabeth Arden Manager
The Pratt Sisters
Booking Agent (Lou Shurr)
Federal Investigator (Agent Jones)