Irma La Douce (musical)

Irma La Douce (Musical)

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This article is about the stage musical. For the film, see Irma La Douce

Irma La Douce is a musical with music by Marguerite Monnot and French lyrics and book by Alexandre Breffort. The English lyrics and book are by Julian More, David Heneker and Monty Norman. It was first produced in Paris in 1956.


The musical premiered in Paris at the Théâtre Gramont on November 12, 1956 where it ran for 4 years. It was produced in the West End at the Lyric Theatre opening on July 17, 1958, running for 1,512 performances, for 3 years.Life Magazine, November 14, 1960Hischak, Thomas. The Oxford Companion To the American Musical (2008), Oxford University Press US, ISBN 0-19-533533-3, p. 368 In London, the musical was directed by Peter Brook with choreography by John Heawood, and starred Keith Michell as Nestor, Elizabeth Seal as Irma, and Clive Revill.Helfer, Richard; Loney, Glenn Meredith; and Brook, Peter. Peter Brook: Oxford to Orghast (1998), Taylor & Francis, ISBN 90-5702-208-7, p. 99-101

Irma La Douce opened on Broadway at the Plymouth Theatre, (now the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre) on September 29, 1960, moved to the Alvin Theatre on October 30, 1961, and closed on December 31, 1961 after 524 performances. The production was directed by Peter Brook with choreography by Onna White. Repeating their roles from the London production were Michell, Seal, and Revill. Stuart Damon and Fred Gwynne...
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