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Wintergreen is running for President. To select his first lady, a beauty contest is staged. The winner will be married to Wintergreen and therefore become the next first lady. Wintergreen, however, falls in love with another and the winner of the contest is jilted. She sues and the Supreme Court is brought into the mix to settle the matter.

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by Stephi Wild - Sep 8, 2019
Michael Colby and Paul Katz, the creative team behind Tales of Tinseltown, have another Hollywood musical in the offing. On Saturday, November 2nd at 7 pm, The Green Room 42 presents Slay It With Music In Concert a?" to benefit International Rescue Committee. The original musical, acclaimed in both London and off-Broadway, is an ode to Grande Dame Guignol, the genre of 1960s horror movies in which stars like Bette Davis and Joan Crawford made screen comebacks, in the tradition of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Sunset Boulevard, and Psycho. It's a sharp way to cap off Halloween weekend, promising laughs, thrills and chills. The Green Room 42 is on the 4th Floor of YOTEL at 42nd Street and 10th Avenue. The concert version features an all-star cast, directed by Charles Repole with musical direction by Phil Reno. Tickets range between $22.50 and $62.50, and are available now online at: https://tinyurl.com/yyyo4vhn. There is no minimum required at GR42.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 25, 2019
Children's Musical Theater San Jose (CMT San Jose), a nationally acclaimed theater company honored 11 times by the NEA and the oldest operating performing arts organization in San Jose, has announced its 52nd Season of shows.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 25, 2019
Laguna Playhouse Artistic Director Ann E. Wareham and Executive Director Ellen Richard are thrilled to announce that acclaimed film, TV and theatre veterans Frances Fisher (a?oeTitanic,a?? Native Gardens, Barbeque), will star as a?oeQueen Eleanora?? and Gregory Harrison (a?oeTrapper John, M.D.,a?? Broadway'sChicago, Steel Pier), will star as a?oeKing Henry IIa?? in its upcoming production of THE LION IN WINTER, written by James Goldman and directed by Sheldon Epps.  
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2019
Brooklyn Runaways has announced dates for Heroine: A Cabaret with Courtney Glass. Glass, who recently starred in Sweeney Todd with Anthony Warlow and the sold out run of Sunday in the Park with George, will present two performances of her debut cabaret October 2-3, 2019 at Alex Theatre in St. Kilda.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 13, 2021
The York Theatre Company in association with Riki Kane Larimer, will present the world premiere of Cheek to Cheek: Irving Berlin in Hollywood, a song and dance celebration featuring the music and lyrics of the legendary Irving Berlin, with book by Barry Kleinbort, music direction by David Hancock Turner, and directed by Randy Skinner.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 8, 2019
Broadway couple Matt Cavenaugh and Jenny Powers have announced the birth of The Link Theatre Company, a new professional theatre company located in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The Link is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 25, 2019
Laguna Playhouse announces the final cast and creative team to join acclaimed film, TV and theatre veterans Frances Fisher (a?oeTitanic,a?? Native Gardens, Barbeque), as a?oeQueen Eleanora?? and Gregory Harrison (a?oeTrapper John, M.D.,a?? Broadway's Chicago, Steel Pier), as a?oeKing Henry IIa?? in THE LION IN WINTER
by Julie Musbach - Oct 23, 2019
MasterVoices will begin its 2019-20 season on Thursday, November 21 at Carnegie Hall with the concert staging of George and Ira Gershwins' 1933 musical Let 'Em Eat Cake, with a book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, a comic satire about a populist U.S. President who is voted out of office and stages a coup to regain power.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 8, 2019
With a momentous national election just a year away, the Great American Songbook Foundation has assembled an interactive historical exhibit exploring the intersection of politics, patriotism and entertainment in the world of musical theater - and it didn't start with Hamilton.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 4, 2020
Mad Cow Theatre and producer Hunter Arnold unofficially kicked off the holiday season early today, announcing that a special filmed version of Charles Dickens' beloved holiday classic A Christmas Carol starring one of the finest stage actors of our time, Tony Award® winner Jefferson Mays, will be released worldwide on Saturday, November 28.
by Jose German Martinez Paneque - Nov 3, 2020
Hoy es el día de las elecciones en Estados Unidos, quizá las más complicadas debido al inaudito momento que vivimos de pandemia mundial, movimientos por los derechos civiles y división dentro del propio país. Entre tantas noticias desconcertantes, qué mejor manera para relajarse que hacer un repaso por cinco de los musicales presidenciales más famosos de todos los tiempos, dejando pues que el arte nos salve de la política.
by Kay Kudukis - Nov 27, 2020
Jefferson Mays is Scrooge again, and he's right on time.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 24, 2020
Featuring new performers with every show, the weekly Piano Bar Live! streams tonight, Tuesday, November 24th at 7:15 pm ET, with host Scott Barbarino. PBL! is the the unique chance to see veteran performers pass the torch to the next generation of blossoming young talent.
by Michael Dale - Nov 23, 2019
'I've got a little favor to ask of you,' an American president asks the members of the Supreme Court on the night he's lost his re-election bid.
by Sally Henry Fuller - Nov 16, 2020
The Pulitzer Prize for Drama almost always goes to a critically-acclaimed straight play by someone really serious like Eugene O’Neill or August Wilson, but on rare occasions, it goes to a musical. Only ten musicals have ever won.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2019
MasterVoices begins its 2019-20 season on Thursday, November 21 at Carnegie Hall with the concert staging of George and Ira Gershwins' 1933 musical Let 'Em Eat Cake, with a book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, a comic satire about a populist U.S. President who is voted out of office and stages a coup to regain power. Artistic Director Ted Sperling will direct and conduct MasterVoices, soloists, and Orchestra of St. Luke's in this timely musical which has not been heard in New York since 1987. Updated casting details are included below.
by Team BWW - May 9, 2022
The Pulitzer Prize Board has just announced that Fat Ham has won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Other finalists included: Selling Kabul, and Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord.
by Nicole Rosky - May 9, 2022
The Pulitzer Prize Board today will present the 2022 award winners for Prizes in Journalism, Books, Drama and Music. Who will win this year? Tune in right here at 3pm to watch the announcement live!
by Nicole Rosky - May 9, 2020
Earlier this week, Michael R. Jackson's A Strange Loop made history as one of only ten musicals to earn the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in the 104 year history of the prizes.
by Nicole Rosky - May 5, 2022
The Off Broadway Alliance, an organization of Off-Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents, and marketing professionals, has announced the nominees for the 11th Annual Off-Broadway Alliance Awards, honoring commercial and not-for-profit productions that opened Off Broadway during the 2021-2022 season. 
by Nicole Rosky - May 4, 2020
The Pulitzer Prize Board today will present the 2020 award winners' (originally scheduled for Monday, April 20) for Prizes in Journalism, Books, Drama and Music. Who will win this year? Tune in right here at 3pm to watch the announcement live!
by Nicole Rosky - May 4, 2020
It was just announced by Pulitzer Prize Administrator Dana Canedy that Michael R. Jackson's A Strange Loop has officially won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. This year's finalists included: Will Arbery's Heroes of the Fourth Turning and David Henry Hwang and Jeanine Tesori's Soft Power.
by Julie Musbach - May 30, 2019
This summer Goodspeed Musicals will produce the heartwarming new musical Because of Winn Dixie. This touching tale based on the award-winning novel by Kate DiCamillo will run June 28 - September 1 at The Goodspeed in East Haddam, Conn.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 24, 2022
The Off Broadway Alliance, an organization of Off-Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents, and marketing professionals, today announced the winners of the 11th Annual Off-Broadway Alliance Awards, honoring commercial and not-for-profit productions that opened Off Broadway during the 2021-2022 season.
by A.A. Cristi - May 14, 2021
This summer, give yourself a break and journey to the lakes region of Central Maine to celebrate the re-emergence of live theater in Maine. Join  Theater at Monmouth for its (R)evolutionary Redux Season.
by Sarah Hookey - May 14, 2019
pera Saratoga's Artistic and General Director Lawrence Edelson announced today updated casting and additional events to be featured as part of the company's 2019 Summer Festival, beginning May 25th, 2019 and running through July 14th, 2019.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 10, 2022
East West Players has announced casting for the rolling world premiere of INTERSTATE, an Asian-American pop-rock poetry musical that follows Dash, a transgender spoken word performer who becomes internet-famous along with his best friend Adrian, a lesbian singer-songwriter.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 24, 2020
Today's top stories: Alan Menken revealed Hercules will return to the stage! Plus, read all about today's upcoming online events!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 16, 2022
Through modern adaptations and classic takes on the original plays and myths; TAM’s 53rd Season will feature gods, demigods, heroes, and heroines, and every satyr in-between.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2019
Bob Mackie has won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Costume Design of a Musical for THE CHER SHOW.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Jun 9, 2019
Bob Mackie has won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Costume Design of a Musical for The Cher Show.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2020
Today's top stories: Randy Rainbow has released a hilarious new Trump parody, CBS Sunday Morning chatted with Bernadette Peters, Andre De Shields, and more!
by Julie Musbach - Jun 6, 2019
Classics in Context fulfills offers audience's  in depth information on the plays after attending each production. Discussions with scholars and artists are on Preview Nights July 4, July 11, July 18, and July 25 following the performance. CiC offers audiences a guide to the season through the critical historical, artistic, and cultural perspectives wound into the words of each individual play. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 3, 2022
Karen Slack: Of Thee I Sing will be performed as part of The Future Is… Festival. The performance is on Thursday, June 16.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 23, 2019
For the last five years, the New Amsterdam Theatre has been all about magic lamps, carpet rides, princes, thieves and genies! That's because Disney's Aladdin, which opened in 2014, has played well over 2000 performances there. 
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 20, 2019
Opera Saratoga's Artistic and General Director, Lawrence Edelson announced today updated casting and additional events to be featured as part of the company's 2019 Summer Festival, beginning May 25th, 2019 and running through July 14th, 2019.  In addition to the three previously announced productions of The Daughter of the Regiment, the world premiere of Ellen West, and Hansel and Gretel, Opera Saratoga will present a new series of master classes; a community symposium on
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Jun 11, 2021
It was just announced by the Pulitzer Prize organization that Katori Hall's The Hot Wing King has officially won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. This year's finalists included Circle Jerk by Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley and Stew by Zora Howard.
by Alan Henry - Jul 27, 2022
Out of the Box Theatrics announced they will produce the first Off-Broadway revival of the critically acclaimed musical, Floyd Collins. The production, to be directed by Christina Sajous (Broadway’s SpongeBob SquarePants, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, American Idiot; Out of the Box Theatrics’ 2019 production of Baby), will play from November 11 through December 18, 2022.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 20, 2022
MasterVoices has announced details of the chorus’ 81st season, celebrating the power of the human voice to unite, inspire and connect since 1941. The 2022-23 season opens on October 25 at the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center with Mr. Sperling leading a concert staging of Bizet’s Carmen in its original Opéra Comique version.
by Nicole Rosky - Jan 7, 2021
On Wednesday, Jan 13 (8:30pm PT) Join actor Jonathan Freeman as he shares behind-the-scenes stories from voicing the villain Jafar in the Aladdin franchise and appearances on Broadway in Disney's Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid, and Beauty and the Beast.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 21, 2022
The Juilliard Blueprint Fellowship is an annual National Sawdust mentorship and commissioning initiative that connects Juilliard student composers with career and project mentorship, culminating in a concert of their commissioned projects.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 2, 2020
The Great American Songbook Foundation Will Host a Monthly Saturday Open House at its Songbook Exhibit Gallery this year to make a timely new exhibit available to more visitors.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 24, 2020
ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of Connecticut is thrilled to announce the world premiere of the new musical NICKEL MINES. Through a combination of spoken dialogue, dance, and a powerful original score, NICKEL MINES explores the 2006 Amish schoolhouse shooting that happened in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. ACT of CT is the first professional equity theatre to premiere this fascinating, elegant and moving new musical.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 10, 2020
The York Theatre Company will present the Off-Broadway premiere of Cheek to Cheek: Irving Berlin in Hollywood, a song and dance celebration featuring the music and lyrics of the legendary Irving Berlin, with book by Barry Kleinbort (13 Things About Ed Carpolotti) and music direction by David Hancock Turner (York's Desperate Measures), directed and choreographed by four-time Tony Award nominee Randy Skinner (42nd Street, Dames at Sea, Irving Berlin's White Christmas, and Ain't Broadway Grand). Performances begin Friday, April 17, 2020 for a limited engagement through Sunday afternoon, May 17, 2020 at The York Theatre Company at Saint Peter's (entrance on East 54th Street, just east of Lexington Avenue). Opening Night is set for Thursday, April 23, 2020 at 6:45 p.m. Cast and creative team will be announced shortly.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 5, 2019
This summer, take a break from the hustle and bustle and journey to the lakes region of Central Maine to experience Theater at Monmouth's (R)evolutionary Season. 2020 is a big year! It's Maine's Bicentennial, it's the 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage, and it's an election year. So many revolutionary and evolutionary things to celebrate we've rolled them all into one big ball for a 51st Season of EPIC proportions.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 20, 2021
After being closed to visitors since the onset of the pandemic last year, the Great American Songbook Foundation's Songbook Exhibit Gallery at the Palladium has reopened to the public on weekdays.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 19, 2019
Ted Sperling, Artistic Director of MasterVoices, announced details of the acclaimed ensemble's 78th season, celebrating the joy of choral singing and the power of the human voice to unite, inspire and connect since 1941. Highlights include three major musical presentations at top venues, including a New York premiere, and the World Premiere of a new work, commissioned by the Company. Throughout the season there will be collaborations with leading singers, artists, ensembles and organizations, some who are familiar with and others who are new to the Company.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 17, 2020
Featuring new performers with every show, the weekly, award-winning Piano Bar Live! (PBL!)streams this Tuesday, August 18th at 7:15 pm ET with host Scott Barbarino.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 7, 2022
Both before and throughout the pandemic, National Sawdust’s mission has been to provide artists with financial and creative opportunities, audiences with access to groundbreaking work presented in remarkably high fidelity, and to support young creators by means of a rigorous mentorship network. These three goals serve as the inspirations for The Future Is… Festival, which takes place June 7 through June 16, features work by 6 composers and choreographers developing new work through residencies co-produced with the Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU, and funded by the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation.
by BWW Features - Apr 30, 2022
Michael R. Jackson's A Strange Loop, the most recent musical to take home the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, has just opened on Broadway! Only 10 musicals in history have been honored with the coveted award and we've got the full list.

Of Thee I Sing Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of Of Thee I Sing have their been?
Of Thee I Sing has had 11 productions including Broadway which opened in 1931, Broadway which opened in 1931, Broadway which opened in 1933, Broadway which opened in 1933, US Tour which opened in 1934, Broadway which opened in 1952, Broadway which opened in 1952, Regional (US) which opened in 1964, Milburn, NJ (Regional) which opened in 2004, Off-Broadway which opened in 2006 and New York which opened in 2017.

What other awards has Of Thee I Sing been nominated for?
The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for George S. Kaufman and The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for Morrie Ryskind.

What other awards has Of Thee I Sing won?
The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for George S. Kaufman and The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for Morrie Ryskind.

What productions of Of Thee I Sing have their been?
Of Thee I Sing has had 11 productions including Broadway which opened in 1931, Broadway which opened in 1931, Broadway which opened in 1933, Broadway which opened in 1933, US Tour which opened in 1934, Broadway which opened in 1952, Broadway which opened in 1952, Regional (US) which opened in 1964, Milburn, NJ (Regional) which opened in 2004, Off-Broadway which opened in 2006 and New York which opened in 2017.

What awards has Of Thee I Sing been nominated for?
The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for George S. Kaufman and The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for Morrie Ryskind.

What awards has Of Thee I Sing won?
The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for George S. Kaufman and The Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Pulitzer Prize) for Morrie Ryskind.

What songs are in Of Thee I Sing and what's the order?
Wintergreen for President
Who Is the Lucky Girl to Be?
The Dimple on My Knee
Because, Because
How Beautiful
Never Was There a Girl So Fair
Some Girls Can Bake a Pie
Love Is Sweeping the Country
Of Thee I Sing (Baby)
Entrance of Supreme Court Judges
Here's a Kiss for Cinderella
I Was the Most Beautiful Blossom
Hello, Good Morning
Who Cares?
Garcon, S'il Vous Plait
Entrance of the French Ambassador
The Illegitimate Daughter
The Senatorial Roll Call
Jilted
Who Could Ask for Anything More?
Posterity Is Just Around the Corner
Trumpeter, Blow Your Horn
Call Me Whate'er You Will
Mine
Overture
Wintergreen For President
Who Is The Lucky Girl To Be?
Because, Because
Some Girls Can Bake A Pie
Love Is Sweeping The Country
Of Thee I Sing
A Kiss For Cinderella
Hello, Good Morning
Who Cares?
The Illegitimate Daughter
The Senator From Minnesota
Jilted, Jilted
Posterity Is Just Around The Corner
Trumpeter Blow Your Golden Horn

What is the order of songs in Of Thee I Sing and what's the order?
Wintergreen for President
Who Is the Lucky Girl to Be?
The Dimple on My Knee
Because, Because
How Beautiful
Never Was There a Girl So Fair
Some Girls Can Bake a Pie
Love Is Sweeping the Country
Of Thee I Sing (Baby)
Entrance of Supreme Court Judges
Here's a Kiss for Cinderella
I Was the Most Beautiful Blossom
Hello, Good Morning
Who Cares?
Garcon, S'il Vous Plait
Entrance of the French Ambassador
The Illegitimate Daughter
The Senatorial Roll Call
Jilted
Who Could Ask for Anything More?
Posterity Is Just Around the Corner
Trumpeter, Blow Your Horn
Call Me Whate'er You Will
Mine
Overture
Wintergreen For President
Who Is The Lucky Girl To Be?
Because, Because
Some Girls Can Bake A Pie
Love Is Sweeping The Country
Of Thee I Sing
A Kiss For Cinderella
Hello, Good Morning
Who Cares?
The Illegitimate Daughter
The Senator From Minnesota
Jilted, Jilted
Posterity Is Just Around The Corner
Trumpeter Blow Your Golden Horn

What productions of Of Thee I Sing have there been?
Of Thee I Sing has had 11 productions including Broadway which opened in 1931, Broadway which opened in 1931, Broadway which opened in 1933, Broadway which opened in 1933, US Tour which opened in 1934, Broadway which opened in 1952, Broadway which opened in 1952, Regional (US) which opened in 1964, Milburn, NJ (Regional) which opened in 2004, Off-Broadway which opened in 2006 and New York which opened in 2017.