To Broadway, to Life! The Musical Theater of Bock and Harnick

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APPENDIX ACHRONOLOGY OF BOCK
AND HARNICK ON BROADWAY

This chronology includes all Broadway productions, and a few noteworthy productions off-Broadway and elsewhere, to which Jerry Bock and/or Sheldon Harnick made creative contributions. Details of opening and closing dates and number of performances are taken from the in-house records of the Billy Rose Theater Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (which occasionally differ slightly from sources such as Norton and Stewart). Bold lettering highlights major book musicals in which at least one member of the team was substantially involved.

1952New Faces of 1952 (revue) 5/16/52–3/28/53   365 performances Directed by John Murray Anderson Choreography and staging of musical numbers by Richard Barstow Music and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick: “Boston Beguine”
Two’s Company (revue) 12/15/52–3/8/53   91 performances Directed by John Murray Anderson
Dances and musical numbers staged by Jerome Robbins Music and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick: “A Man’s Home”
1953John Murray Anderson’s Almanac (revue) 12/10/53–6/26/54   227 performances Sketches directed by Cyril Ritchard Dances and musical numbers staged by Donald Saddler Music and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick: “Merry Little Minuet” (dropped during the run) Music by David Baker, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick: “Flowers” (added during the run)
!955Shoestring Revue (revue) 2/28/55–5/21/55   96 performances Directed by Christopher Hewett Music and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick: “Garbage”

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