"Paris" Program from the Philadelphia Lyric Theatre pre-Broadway tryout in 1928

"Paris" Program from the Philadelphia Lyric Theatre pre-Broadway tryout in 1928

Philadelphia: Lyric Theatre, 1928. 1 sheet (22 x 7.5 cm.) The program for "Paris" at the Lyric Theatre beginning Mon., April 23, 1928, starring Irene Bordoni. Paris is a "musicomedy" by Martin Brown; songs by Cole Porter; with Irving Aaronson's The Commanders, including Phil Saxe and Red Stanley. The songs include Cole Porter's "Babes in the Wood" (originally written for the show "Greenwich Village Follies" but first used in this show) and "Let's Misbehave" (which, although written for this show, was dropped before the Broadway opening and replaced by "Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love," In Good- Condition: heavily creased; several small closed tears; lacking one lower corner without loss of printing. Good -. Item #004867

Price: $12.50

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