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Anne of Green Gables was first presented at the City Center 55 Street Theatre in December 1971. It was directed and choreographed by Alan Lund. The play was originally commissioned and presented by the Charlottetown Festival in Canada.
Awarded the Guinness World Records title for Longest Running Annual Musical Theatre ProductionRead more...
Right on Cue Services is pleased to announce the release of Stage|Tracks broadway minus tracks for The Drowsy Chaperone! We start out home of an avid but slightly depressed broadway fan. Feeling the need to lighten the mood, he puts on his favorite musical written in 1928. From the moment the record needle hits the vinyl, instantly we are transported into the world of The Drowsy Chaperone, a tale featuring all of the best cliches from the golden age of musicals. Hilarity ensues as the man in the chair comments about the happenings of his favorite musical, which includes two lovers on the eve of their wedding, a pair of gangsters posing as pastry chefs, a drunk taxi driver and many more.
The Drowsy Chaperone, like all other broadway minus tracks recorded by Right On Cue Services features top-notch musicianship with audio tailored to work in your venue with your cast's voices. Stage|Tracks is also the only system in the world that allows the musical director customize the show to their needs with vamps, repeats, transpositions, tempo changes, cuts, notes, and more in one convenient, user-friendly interface.Read more...