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AN R&H THEATRICALS TITLE
Full Length Musical, Comedy
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin / Conceived By Ray Roderick and Michael Berkeley
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I Love a Piano requires 6 triple-threat performers. While the cast retain their identities and names throughout the show, they play different characters in different time periods.
Full OrchestrationPiano Bass (Doubles Tuba)Guitar (Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele)Trombone Trumpet Reed (Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Flute, Piccolo)Violin Drums TrapsTrain WhistlesCastanetsWood BlockTriangleSiren WhistlePolice WhistleGlockMark TreeCow BellWhistleShakerSand BlocksTimpSleigh Bells & Chime [F]
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Glyphs / UI / Tooltip
8 Libretto Vocal
1 Piano Conductor
1 Logo Pack
24 Libretto Vocal
1 Piano Conductor1 Logo Pack
"Roderick and Berkeley have captured both the astonishing range of Berlin's musical styles and the cleverness of his simple rhymes, which makes it easy to understand why the songwriter remains a national treasure."— The Boston Globe
"I Love a Piano captures the joy, wit, and nostalgia of Berlin's melting pot ideal."— Colorado Drama"You will love I Love a Piano!"— Showtime Magazine
"If you’re looking for a shot of vibrant good spirits set to Berlin’s jazzy masterpieces, I Love a Piano is a powerhouse of delights."— EDGE Boston
Irving Berlin (1888-1989). With a life that spanned more than 100 years and a catalogue that boasts over 1,000 songs, he epitomized Jerome Kern’s famous maxim that “Irving Berlin has no place in American music – he is American music.” Berlin wrote scores to 13 Broadway musicals, contributed to seven revues, wrote so ...
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