From A to Z


From A to Z

Infobox Musical
name= From A to Z
subtitle=


caption= Original Program
music= Various
lyrics= Various
book= Woody Allen
Herbert Farjeon
Nina Warner Hook
basis= Revue
productions= 1960 Broadway
awards=

"From A to Z" is a musical revue with a book by Woody Allen, Herbert Farjeon, and Nina Warner Hook and songs by Jerry Herman, Fred Ebb, Mary Rodgers, Everett Sloane, Jay Thompson, Dickson Hughes, Jack Holmes, Paul Klein, Norman Martin, William Dyer, and Charles Zwar.

Although a critical and commercial failure, it is notable in that it marked the Broadway debuts of writer Allen, lyricist Ebb, composer Herman, and performer Virginia Vestoff.

Directed by Christopher Hewett and choreographed by Ray Harrison, it opened on April 20 1960 at the Plymouth Theatre, where it ran for 21 performances.

In addition to Vestoff, the cast included Hermione Gingold, Stuart Damon, Bob Dishy, and Larry Hovis.

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