Who Won the 1949
Tony Awards Best Book Of A Musical

Kiss Me Kate

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'Something Rotten!' brings Shakespeare to life in more ways than one

MyStatesman.com
Fans of the genre — Broadway musicals, that is, if not Shakespeare — will note “The Boys From Syracuse,” the 1938 Rodgers & Hart work based on “The Comedy of Errors”; Cole Porter's 1948 “Kiss Me, Kate” (based on “The Taming of the Shrew”); and ...

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«Kiss me Kate» einmal anders

az Solothurner Zeitung
Der 80-jährige Broadway-Hit «Kiss me Kate» hat am Samstag Premiere in der Mühlematthalle in Egerkingen: Die Konkordia, der Projektchor St. Martin und ...

1949 Tony Awards Best Book Of A Musical Winner Kiss Me Kate News

Civic's 'Kiss Me, Kate' brings director Melody Deatherage back to former role

The Spokesman-Review
When Tami Knoell steps on stage as Lilli Vanessi/Katharine in Spokane Civic Theatre's production of “Kiss Me, Kate,” director Melody Deatherage will know exactly how she feels, as Deatherage played the same character, on the same stage, 35 years ago.

1949 Tony Awards Best Book Of A Musical Winner Kiss Me Kate News

A Wrinkle in Time

Pacific Northwest Inlander
In his first official production as the Spokane Civic Theatre's new resident music director, Henry McNulty is working alongside director Melody Deatherage and choreographer Heidy Cartwright on Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate. Not unlike Noises Off, the ...

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