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Sitting Pretty

Closed April 29, 2012

A millionaire plans to adopt one of two twin orphans and marry her to his protege, who is in reality a thief. But the father's nephew is a detective and saves the day and the girl.

Why See Sitting Pretty?

Sitting Pretty (1924) by Jerome Kern, P. G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton. A millionaire plans to adopt one of two twin orphans and marry her to his protégé, who is in reality a thief. But the father’s nephew is a detective and saves the day and the girl. Songs: "All You Need Is a Girl," "A Year from Today," "Is This Not a Lovely Spot?", "Bongo on the Congo," and "Shufflin' Sam."
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Opening night: 17 April 2012

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2 hours and 30 minutes, with no intermission

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