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Musical revue in two acts devised by Roderick Cook and containing music and lyrics by Noël Coward. Wikipedia

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    Musical revue with sketches, music and lyrics by Noël Coward. Produced by John C. Wilson, the Broadway production opened on January 15, 1939 at the Music Box Theatre, where it ran for 129 performances. Wikipedia

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    Musical revue, produced by André Charlot with music and lyrics by Noël Coward, which opened at London's Duke of York's Theatre on 4 September 1923. Famous for being Noël Coward's first publicly produced musical work and for the use of a 3-D stereoscopic shadowgraph as part of its opening act. Wikipedia

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    Musical with a book by Harry Kurnitz and music and lyrics by Noël Coward, based on Terence Rattigan's 1953 play The Sleeping Prince. The musical premiered on Broadway in 1963. Wikipedia

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    Play in two acts by Noël Coward. One of a trio of plays collectively titled Suite in Three Keys, all of which are set in the same suite in a luxury hotel in Switzerland. Wikipedia

  • Sigh No More (musical)

    Musical revue consisting of twenty-two scenes and numbers composed, written and produced by Noël Coward, with additional items by Joyce Grenfell, Richard Addinsell and Norman Hackforth. Coward's first post-World War II musical and starred Cyril Ritchard, his wife Madge Elliott and Joyce Grenfell. Wikipedia

  • Red Peppers

    Interlude with music", is a short comic play in two scenes by Noël Coward. One of ten short plays that make up Tonight at 8.30, a cycle written to be performed in groups of three plays across three evenings. Wikipedia

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  • The Billy Barnes Revue

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  • Noël Coward

    English playwright, composer, director, actor and singer, known for his wit, flamboyance, and what Time magazine called "a sense of personal style, a combination of cheek and chic, pose and poise". Coward attended a dance academy in London as a child, making his professional stage début at the age of eleven. Wikipedia

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    Musical revue, with lyrics and music by William Finn, which was conceived by Rob Ruggiero in 2006. The revue includes songs from Finn's musicals In Trousers, Falsettos, A New Brain, Elegies: A Song Cycle and Romance in Hard Times, songs written for The Royal Family of Broadway and Songs of Innocence and Experience, musicals that were never professionally produced, and other unpublished songs, notably the title song. Wikipedia

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  • Private Lives

    1930 comedy of manners in three acts by Noël Coward. It concerns a divorced couple who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, discover that they are staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel. Wikipedia

  • Cavalcade (play)

    Play by Noël Coward with songs by Coward and others. Upper-middle-class British family, and their servants, beginning in 1900 and ending in 1930, a year before the premiere. Wikipedia

  • The Second Little Show

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  • Conversation Piece (musical)

    Musical written by Noël Coward. It premiered at His Majesty's Theatre, London, on 16 February 1934, and ran for 177 performances over five months. Wikipedia

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    Musical revue with book, music, and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Lawrence Kasha that opened originally at the Showplace in New York and moved off-Broadway to The Players Theatre on January 20, 1960. Wikipedia

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