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Source:   Do I Hear a Waltz?


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[Arthur Laurents (book), Richard Rodgers (music) and Stephen Sondheim (lyrics) at the first rehearsal for Do I Hear a Waltz?]

Image ID: 1811990

[Arthur Laurents (book), Richard Rodgers (music) and Stephen Sondheim (lyrics) at the first rehearsal for Do I Hear a Wa... (1964)

Image Details

Image Title

:  [Arthur Laurents (book), Richard Rodgers (music) and Stephen Sondheim (lyrics) at the first rehearsal for Do I Hear a Waltz?]

Creator

: Palumbo, Fred -- Photographer

Created Date

: 1964

Specific Material Type

: photographs

Item Physical Description

: 1 photograph : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm.

Notes

: First rehearsal: ca. December 1964. Note 2.) Photograph by Fred Palumbo, a staff photographer for the New York World-Telegram & Sun. Note 3.) Adapted from the play The Time of the Cuckoo by Arthur Laurents. Note 4.) Richard Rodgers project. Note 5.) Rodgers and Sondheim.

Production Notes

: Opened March 18, 1965 at the 46th Street Theater and ran for 220 performances. It was based on the play The Time of the Cuckoo by Arthur Laurents, who wrote the book for the musical. Elizabeth Allen played the leading role of Leona, and the cast included Sergio Franchi, Carol Bruce, Madeleine Sherwood, Julienne Marie, and Stuart Damon.

Source

: Billy Rose Theatre Collection photograph file / Productions / Do I Hear a Waltz?

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Billy Rose Theatre Division

Digital ID

: 1811990

Record ID

: 1906704

Digital Item Published

: 5-7-2010; updated 5-8-2012

Rights Notice

: Photographs taken by New York World-Telegram & Sun staff photographers are in the public domain (Library of Congress Collection)

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