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Yip Yip Yaphank - 1918 - Broadway


Lexington Theatre

(New York, NY)
569 Lexington Ave.
by Carol Kassie - Nov 2, 2017
No one's music better exemplifies the culture, mood, history, and patriotism of America than Irving Berlin.
by Michael Dale - Nov 11, 2015
Accustomed to New York's nightlife, the newly-drafted Broadway composer wrote this whimsical protest march.
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 11, 2018
To a rousing ovation, the cast of the Tony Award®-winning Best Musical Dear Evan Hansen performed a curtain call tribute in honor of the patriotic song "God Bless America," which this year is celebrating its 100th Anniversary, on the eve of Mr. Berlin's 130th birthday. Dear Evan Hansen is playing on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre which was built by Mr. Berlin and his business partner Sam H. Harris and opened in 1921 to house his famed Music Box Revues.  The Shubert Organization currently owns and operates the Music Box.
by Michael Dale - Mar 23, 2016
Broadway has given the world some of it's greatest songs, but the Broadway beginnings of some classics aren't known to all.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2019
American Classics is the Greater Boston area's only performing organization dedicated solely to both the scholarship and enjoyment of American music. Since their first season in 1995, every concert blends vocal and instrumental music in a musical journey. Critics have called American Classics concerts 'pure delight' (Lloyd Schwartz) and hailed them as 'people you want to hear' (The Boston Globe).
by - Feb 25, 2011
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by BWW News Desk - Aug 26, 2011
Now in its 16 year, New England's critically-acclaimed presenter of American Music, American Classics (, announces its 2011 - 2012 Season which will musically pay tribute to the 150 anniversary of the Civil War, baseball and the 100 birthday of Boston's beloved Fenway Park, and the glory days of America's Girl Groups.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2012
Noted performer and music historian, Benjamin Sears has an unprecedented familiarity with both Irving Berlin's work and the writings about him, much of which he has brought together in the new, The Irving Berlin Reader, part of the Readers on American Music Series from Oxford University Press, available in stores on April 6, 2012.