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Musical theater

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on the broad area of music in the theater including opera, musical comedy, pantomime, revues, etc., and works about more than one such type. Musical works, often small in scale and primarily of the 20th century, that combine elements of music, drama, and sometimes dance in unconventional ways that result in works distinct from traditional forms are entered under Music theater.

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Hallelujah, Baby! Playscript

Identifier: SC 01571
Scope and Contents Hallelujah Baby Musical in 2 Acts, Prologue and 6 scenes: Book by Arthur Laurents: Music by Jules Styne: Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph GreenFirst Performed at the Martin Beck Theatre, Broadway - 26 April, 1967 (293 perfs) Previews began on April 6, 1967. Synopsis: ACT I From underneath an open umbrella, Georgina, an attractive, contemporary black woman, appears and greets us. She tells us that while the show we are about to see will cover sixty years, she will always remain...
Dates: circa 1967