No No Nanette

 

1933

NO, NO NANETTE

Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel  
Music by Vincent Youmans  
Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach  
Adapted and directed by Burt Shevelove  

 

The Story

It concerns a bible salesman called Jimmy Smith and the troubles that he gets into, and out of, on a summer weekend in New York and Atlantic City.  
The story is a light-hearted framework for the music of Vincent Youmans and included in the score are two of the most famous show-tunes ever written, "Tea For Two" and "I Want To Be Happy".  


The Music Includes:

The Call Of the Sea  
Fight Over Me  
Flappers Are We  
Hello, Hello, Telephone Girlie  
I Want To Be Happy  
I'm Waiting For You  
I've Confessed to the Breeze I Love You  
No No Nanette  



Director -A K Craighead
Musical Director -Robert C Howells

 

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