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Full-Length Musical, Comedy
Music by Jerome Kern / Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Otto Harbach
A romantic comedy set on a luxury liner,
Sunny was the first collaboration of Jerome Kern and Oscar
Principals(3 female; 3 male)
"Sunny" Peters"Weenie" WintersMarcia Manners
Tom WarrenHarold Harcourt Wendell-WendellJim Deming
Mamzelle SadieBally Hoo (Angela)Bob HunterSamSiegfried PetersSue Warren, "Suzette"MagnoliaJane CobbMillicent SmytheDiana Miles
First Ship's Officer/QuartermasterSecond Ship's OfficerShip's Captain
1. Overture - Orchestra2. Opening – Ensemble3. “Sunny” – Tom & Ensemble4. Entrance of Sunny – Ensemble5. “Who?” – Sunny & Tom6. “So’s Your Old Man” – Wendell & Girls7. “Let’s Say Good-Night” – Jim & Weenie8. Passengers’ Entrance - Orchestra9. “D’ye Love Me?” – Sunny, Tom, & Ensemble10. “The Wedding Knell” – Sunny & Boys11. “Blue Bird” – Weenie & Wendell12. Finale – Omnes
13. Entr’acte - Orchestra14. “When We Get Our Divorce” – Sunny & Jim 15. “Sunshine” – Marcia & Boys16. Finale Ultimo – Omnes17. Chaser - Orchestra
This title is orchestrated for Piano Only.
Jerome Kern (1885-1945) composed his first complete show, The Red Petticoat, in 1912. Between 1915 and 1919, he composed a series of intimate chamber musicals, mostly in collaboration with Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse, known as the Princess Theatre shows. These works — Very ...
Oscar Hammerstein II was born on July 12, 1895 in New York City. His father, William, was a theatre manager and for many years director of Hammerstein's Victoria, the most popular vaudeville theatre of its day. His uncle, Arthur Hammerstein, was a successful Broadway producer ...
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