Hello, Dolly! Tour 1965

Ages: 10+
Opened: April 19, 1965

Hello, Dolly! - 1965 - US Tour History , Info & More

Suggested by The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder which was an adaptation of Wilder’s The Merchant of Yonkers which was based on the 1835 English farce A Day Well Spent by John Oxenford, and the 1842 Austrian farce Einen Jux Will er Sich Machen by Johann Nestoy

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Photos: West End Stars Come Together to Launch London Theatre Week
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London Theatre Week is set to return for its celebration of the West End for the sixth year running. To celebrate the launch, stars of some of the West End’s biggest shows made a rare appearance together for the return of the campaign.

Off-Broadway's WHITE ROSE: THE MUSICAL Will Release Cast Recording
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Yellow Sound Label will release the World Premiere Recording of White Rose: The Musical. The album is set to be released digitally and streaming by Spring 2024.

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All new photos have been released from The New Group's world premiere production of The Seven Year Disappear, starring Cynthia Nixon and Taylor Trensch. Check out the photos here!

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Comes to Lewis Family Playhouse Next Month
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With the combination of great direction by Joe Bertucci and an excellent execution by the rest of the team, The Carnegie’s production of Hello, Dolly! is a fantastic example of how a Golden Age musical should be presented through a local company.

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by Greer Firestone - Jan 29, 2024

Hello Dolly! Opened on Broadway in 1964 with the irrepressible, wide-eyed, charismatic Carol Channing in the title role, winning 10 Tony’s including Best Musical and Best Actress for Channing. The show was her signature and, to understate, she held it close. An understudy once remarked that she was looking forward to subbing in for her. “Don’t hold your breath, sister”. Channing played the part over 5000 times.