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Production Title: A Connecticut Yankee (1927, Lyrics By Hart)


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[Portrait of Paul Everton (King Arthur) in A Connecticut Yankee]

Image ID: 1819603

[Portrait of Paul Everton (King Arthur) in A Connecticut Yankee]  [Paul Everton in A Connecticut Yankee] (1928)

Image Details

Image Title

:  [Portrait of Paul Everton (King Arthur) in A Connecticut Yankee]

Alternate Title(s)

: Paul Everton in A Connecticut Yankee Title 2.) Portrait / Paul Everton

Creator

: Benney, Robert, 1904-2001 -- Artist

Created Date

: 1928

Specific Material Type

: drawings

Item Physical Description

: 1 drawing : watercolor, ink, gouache on board ; image 29 x 22 cm., in mat 76 x 51 cm.

Notes

: Richard Rodgers project Note 2.) Robert Benney's original drawing of Paul Everton as he appeared in A Connecticut Yankee.

Production Notes

: Opened at the Vanderbilt Theater on November 3, 1927 and ran for 418 performances. Book by Herbert Fields, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, directed by Busby Berkeley. Starring roles played by William Gaxton and Constance Carpenter.

Source

: Robert Benney original drawings, 1926-1947 / Series II - 20" x 30" Sketches / Sub-series 1 - Stars of Stage and Screen

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: *T-VIM 1984-005, box 18, folder 6

Digital ID

: 1819603

Record ID

: 1914847

Digital Item Published

: 4-24-2010; updated 3-25-2011

Rights Notice

: Copyright Alma Berson.

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