New Faces of 1962 1962

Opened: February 1, 1962

New Faces of 1962 - 1962 - Broadway History , Info & More

Alvin Theatre
250 W. 52nd St. New York, NY

New Faces was a musical revue with both songs and comedy skits that helped to launch the careers of multiple young performers.

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Maybin Hewes has a show business career that spans eight decades. She started out as a child performer in Mississippi, appeared on TV in New Orleans as a teenager, and went on to a lengthy and active career as a dancer and singer in many shows on Broadway, off Broadway, at the Paper Mill Playhouse, on national tours and in regional theatre.


Moral Rearmament
In the Morning
A Moment of Truth
I Want You to Be the First One to Know
It Depends on How You Look at Things
Over the River and into the Woods
Johnny Mishuga
Collective Beauty
The Other One
Our Models
The Untalented Relative
Love Is Good for You
Wall Street Reel
I Was Beautiful
Ballad of a Bus
The Launching
Do You Wonder What Became of Romanoff?
Wanna Make a Bet?
Girls in Their Summer Dresses
Where Are Our Parents?
New Faces of 1962 has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 1962 and Broadway which opened in 1962.