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Lost Musicals: Park Avenue (1946)

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The European debut of this 'lost' musical, a madcap spoof on divorce among the wealthy. Read More >

The unique teaming of Pulitzer prize-winner George S Kaufman (Guys And Dolls, A Night At The Opera and The Man Who Came To Dinner), Nunnally Johnson (Roxie Hart), Ira Gershwin (Porgy And Bess) and Arthur Schwartz (That's Entertainment and Dancing In The Dark) led to a madcap spoof on divorce among the wealthy. Like Sondheim and Furth's Company, Park Avenue satirically examines relationships and the score features the song, Don't Be A Woman If You Can. This is the European debut of this 'lost' material.

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 30/03/2008

Closing Night: 27/04/2008

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Cast & Creative


Director - Ian Marshall Fisher

Producer - The Lost Musicals Charitable Trust

Lyrics By - Ira Gershwin

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