Me And Juliet 1953

Opened: May 28, 1953

Me And Juliet - 1953 - Broadway History , Info & More

Majestic Theatre (Broadway)
245 West 44th St. New York, NY

Me and Juliet is a musical comedy by Richard Rodgers (music) and Oscar Hammerstein II (lyrics and book) and their sixth stage collaboration. The work tells a story of romance backstage at a long-running musical: assistant stage manager Larry woos chorus girl Jeanie behind the back of her electrician boyfriend, Bob. Me and Juliet premiered in 1953 and was not considered a success, although it ran for much of a year on Broadway and returned a small profit to its backers. The show received no Tony Award nominations.

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Me And Juliet FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A Very Special Day
That's the Way It Happens
Dance Impromptu
Overture to 'Me and Juliet'
Opening of 'Me and Juliet'
Marriage Type Love
Keep It Gay
The Big Black Giant
No Other Love
Dance
It's Me
First Act Finale of 'Me and Juliet'
Intermission Talk
It Feels Good
Sequence in Second Act of 'Me and Juliet'
The Baby You Love
We Deserve Each Other
I'm Your Girl
Change Music of Last Scene of 'Me and Juliet'
Finale of 'Me and Juliet'
Finale
Meat and Potatoes
You Never Had It So Good
Wake Up, Little Theatre
Me, Who Am I?
Me And Juliet has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 1953 and Broadway which opened in 1953.

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