Why See Where's Charley??
Where’s Charley?, Frank Loesser’s first Broadway score, immediately demonstrated the master's easy command of wit and romance, sophistication and high jinks.
George Abbott’s adaptation of Brandon Thomas’ classic college farce Charley's Aunt delivered “Once in Love With Amy,” “My Darling, My Darling” and “The New Ashmolean Marching Song” to the hit parade, and launched Loesser into the songwriting stratosphere.
This musical adaptation of the British farce has Charley providing his own chaperone for a young lady's visit to his Oxford digs -- he dresses up as his own maiden aunt.
Performances from 17th March 2011
Closing 20th March 2011
Opening night: 17 March 2011
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