Lady, Be Good (musical)

Lady, Be Good (Musical)

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Lady, Be Good (musical)

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Lady, Be Good (title sometimes presented with an exclamation point) is a musical written by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson with music by George and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. It debuted on Broadway in 1924 and also played in the West End in 1926. The musical involves a brother and his sister who are out of money and each eager to sacrifice him- or herself to help the other. This was the first Broadway collaboration of the Gershwin brothers.


Lady Be Good premièred on Broadway at the Liberty Theatre on December 1, 1924 and closed on September 12, 1925, after 330 performances. The musical was staged by Felix Edwardes with musical staging by Sammy Lee and scenic design by Norman Bel Geddes. It starred brother and sister performers Fred Astaire and Adele Astaire.

The musical opened in the West End at the Empire Theatre on April 14, 1926, starring Fred and Adele Astaire., The Play Pictorial,, accessed February 20, 2011 The best-known songs from the score are "Oh, Lady be Good!" and "Fascinating Rhythm."

The 42nd Street Moon, San Francisco, California, presented the musical in a staged concert format in March and April 2010,., accessed February 21,...
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