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

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INDEX
Page numbers of musical or photographic illustrations are highlighted in bold.
Aaron’s Magic Village, 251, 268
Abbott, George, 64–66, 65, 69, 76, 83–84, 87, 89, 92–93, 102, 104, 110, 141, 273–74
ABC Stage ’ 67, 185
“ABC’s of Success, The,” 23
Academy of Music, 254
Ackerman, Alan, 182
“Acro-Boogie Dance,” 10
Actors Studio, 129, 175
Adams, Lee, 24–25, 219
Adams, Samuel Hopkins, 87–88
Adderley, Cannonball, 138, 281
Adler, Luther, 126, 173
Adler, Richard, 21, 64, 261–63, 265
Adler, Stella, 24
Admiral Broadway Revue, 29–32, 47, 277
Adonai malach mode, 163–65, 163, 202, 313
Adventures in a Perambulator, 8
Adventures of Pinocchio, The, 248
Aeolian mode, 215
“After the Ball Is Over,” 96
Age of Gold, 8–9
Ahavah rabbah mode, 162–64, 163, 184, 228–29, 246
Aida, 48
Ain’t Supposed to Die a Natural Death, 237
“Ain’t You Never Been Afraid,” 106
Album Leaves, 242
“Album Leaves,” 242
Alda, Alan, 194, 196, 266
Aleichem, Sholem, 108, 139–42, 144, 165, 171, 175, 177–78, 182, 236, 305
Alfano, Franco, 257
Alger, Jr., Horatio, 22, 103
Algren, Nelson, 192
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, 105
Alice in Wonderland (animated film), 27
Alice in Wonderland (musical puppet show), 251, 266
Alive and Kicking, 7
“All Abroad,” 33, 35–36, 36, 47–48, 70
“All of These and More,” 56–57, 58, 61, 280
“All the News That’s Fit to Sing,” 33
“All Through the Night,” 37
Allen, Adrianne, 129
“Allons!,” 226–27
“Almost April,” 33, 35
“Almost from the Start,” 14
Altman, Richard, 92, 170
Alvin Theater, 20
“Always the Sea,” 44, 277
Amazing Adele, The, 28
American Jewish Theater, 235, 275
American Musicals: Bock & Harnick, 277
American Theater Critics Association, 138
Americanization of Emily, The, 129
“Anatevka,” 150–52, 154–56, 162, 166, 168, 171, 175
Anderson, John Murray, 21, 271
Andersonville Trial, The, 84
Andrews, Julie, 129, 131–32
“Animal,” 14
“Animal Republic, The,” 14
Annie Get Your Gun, 135
“Anniversary Blues,” 244
Ann-Margaret, 4
Annual Anthology of High School Poetry, 8
“Another Op’nin’, Another Show,” 42, 135
“Any Day Now,” 154, 174–75
“Any Speed for Any Need,” 63
Anyone Can Whistle, 193
Anything Goes, 232
Applause, 237
Apple Tree, The, 182, 185, 191–214, 216, 218–19, 237, 240, 244–45, 249, 256, 261, 275, 277, 279, 282–83, 316
awards and nominations, 210–11
casting, 194
critical response and performance history, 209–12

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