Musicals & Plays


          Menu
Home
"Sinjin" Terrell
Musicals & Plays
The Stars
Stars in the Making
Leading Roles
Supporting Casts
Concerts
Back Stage
The Tent and Grounds
Stories and Tales
Press Coverage
Facts and Trivia
Forum
Acknowledgements

Although Show Boat (1927), Oklahoma! (1943), Carousel (1945), and South Pacific (1949) had forever changed the style of the Broadway show, the Music Circus' first season offered mostly an older style musical, the operetta. Only Up in Central Park (1945), about political corruption in New York, with music by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Dorothy Fields, and book by Herbert & Dorothy Fields hinted at the new direction the American Musical had taken. Even so, Sigmund Romberg was the prince of the operetta, having written music for over 5 successful ones, including Desert Song. Up in Central Park was his last successfull show.

1949 Season Souvenir Program


"The Merry Widow"



"The Chocolate Soldier"


    Read a synopsis of "The Chocolate Soldier"


"Naughty Marietta"



"Rosalinda"



"The Vagabond King"



"Bitter Sweet"


    Read a synopsis of "Bitter Sweet"


"Rose Marie"



"Sweethearts"



"Up in Central Park"



"The Desert Song"





Copyright ©2005 - - Jon Case           About Jon Case           Contact Jon Case