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Oscar Hammerstein II

OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II

  (1895 - 1960)

Nationality:    USA
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Literary Agent:    Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization  

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        Allegro         Always You         Carmen Jones         Carousel         Cinderella         Daffy Dill         Desert Song, The         East Wind         Flower Drum Song         Gang's All Here, The         Jimmie         King And I, The         May Wine         Me And Juliet         Music In the Air         Never Gonna Dance         New Moon, The         Oklahoma!         Pipe Dream         Queen O' Hearts         Rose-Marie         Show Boat         Sound Of Music, The         South Pacific         State Fair         Sunny River         Sunny River         Three Sisters, The         Tickle Me         Very Warm For May



Allegro

Allegro
Four decades in the life of Joseph Taylor Jnr - from birth to middle life crisis. Joe at school, Joe at college. Joe marries his childhood sweetheart. Joe goes to work in the big city

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Book by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
Majestic Theater, New York    10 Oct 1947

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1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Original cast recording: RCa (52758) 1947

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Always You

Synopsis:
Bruce is sent to fight in France leaving his sweetheart Joan behind in Arkansas. In France he meets and falls in love with a French girl Toinette. After the War he stays on in France with Toinette. Joan comes over to visit him. Bruce decides to stay with Toinette

Notes:
Music by Herbert Stothart; lyrics and book by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
Central Theatre, New York    05 Jan 1920

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Carmen Jones

Carmen Jones
World War Two. Joe is stationed near a parachute factory where Carmen Jones works. Carmen seduces Joe and he leaves his girlfriend and the army. they run away to Chicago but Carmen tires of Joe and takes up with a boxer, Husky Miller. On the night of Husky's big fight, Joe meets Carmen outside the stadium and begs her to come back to him. She refuses and he stabs her to death

Notes:
From Opera By Bizet

1st Produced:
Broadway Theatre, New York    16042

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Music:
Original cast recording: MCa (MVCM 379) 1943

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Carousel

Carousel
Billy Bigelow a carnival barker meets and marries mill worker Julie. Billy looses his job and Julie is pregnant. To get money Billy agrees to take part in a robbery but gets caught. Rather than face jail he kills himself and is sent above. Fifteen years later he is allowed back to earth for one day to see his daughter

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Oscar Hammerstein II.

1st Produced:
Majestic Theatre, New York    19 Apr 1945

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1st Published:
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Music:
Original cast recording: MCa (MCaD-10799) 1945

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Cinderella

Cinderella
the classic tale of Cinderella, the girl left to the devices of her evil stepmother and three evil stepsisters, who manages to rise above adversity with the help of her Fairy Godmother and is transported to the miraculous kingdom of dreams-come-true.

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Oscar Hammerstien II

1st Produced:
Coliseum, London    21537

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Music:
Original London cast recording: TeR (1045)

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Genre:
pantomime with lyrics

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Wearing - the London Stage 58.326

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Daffy Dill

Synopsis:
Setting: Down Town, New York and California

Notes:
Music by Herbert P. Stothart; Book by Guy Bolton And Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
apollo Theatre, NY    1922

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Desert Song, The

Desert Song, The
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Notes:
Music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Otto Harbach; book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Otto Harbach; Frank Mandel

1st Produced:
Casino Theatre, New York    30 Nov 1926

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Music:
Original cast recording: RCa Victor

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East Wind

Synopsis:
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Notes:
Music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Frank Mandel

1st Produced:
Manhattan Theatre, New Yotk    27 Oct 1931

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Flower Drum Song

Flower Drum Song
1950s San Francisco. Sammy Fong runs a nightclub. His family want him to settle down and arrange for a mail order bride to be sent over from China. Sammy does not think she will fit in with his life style - but his best friend is more of a traditionalists and Sammy thinks they will make a perfect couple

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Book by Oscar Hammerstein II And Joseph Fields; Based on the novel by C. Y. Lee

1st Produced:
St James Theatre, NY    21520

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Theatre Communications Group, 2003   -

Music:
Original cast recording: Columbia (2009) 1958

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Gang's All Here, The

Synopsis:
Setting: Atlantic City and Nantucket

Notes:
Music by Lewis e. Gensler; Book by Russell Crouse, Oscar Hammerstein II And Morrie Ryskind; Lyrics by Owen Murphy And Robert A. Simon

1st Produced:
Imperial Theatre, NY    1931

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Jimmie

Synopsis:
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Notes:
Music by Herbert P Stothart; lyrics And book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Otto Harbach; Frank Mandel

1st Produced:
apollo Theatre, New York    10 Nov 1920

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King And I, The

King And I, The
anna Leonowens arrives in the court of the King of Siam as tutor to his children. the king is consider a barbarian by Western governments and so he gets anna's help to change his image

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on the biography "anna And the King of Siam" by Margaret Landon.

1st Produced:
St James Theatre, New York    29 Mar 1951

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Contained in: "Twelve American Plays 1920-1960" published by Scribner and Sons, 1969   -

Music:
Original cast recording: MCa (10049) 1951

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Wearing - the London Stage 53.251

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May Wine

Synopsis:
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Notes:
Music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Frank Mandel

1st Produced:
St James Theatre, New York    13123

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1st Published:
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Me And Juliet

Me And Juliet
During the run of a musical called "Me and Juliet" a chorus girl falls in love with the stage manager. they secretly get married. When one of the electricians who has been love with the chorus girl too finds out he tries to kill them

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Oscar Hammerstein II.

1st Produced:
Majestic Theatre, New York    28 may 1953

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1st Published:
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Music:
Original cast recording: RCa (61480) 1953

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Male:  10            Female:  6            Other:  -

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Music In the Air

Music In the Air
On a hiking holiday Karl and Siegelinde meet operetta star Freda Hatzfeld and the composer and Freda's lover Bruno Mahler. They meet for dinner. Freda flirts with Karl so Bruno flirts with Siegelinde. Freda takes umbrage and flounces out. She refuses to appear in the new operetta so Bruno offers Siegelinde the part

Notes:
Music by Jerome Kern; lyrics And book by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
Alvin Theatre, New York    08 Nov 1932

Organisations:
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1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Studio cast recording: aeI (24) 1952

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Never Gonna Dance

Synopsis:
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Notes:
by Jeffrey Hatcher; Music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Dorothy Fields, Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach, Johnny Mercer, Ira Gershwin, P G Wodehouse, Jimmy McHugh And edward Laska. Based on the film "Swing Time" RKO Radio.

1st Produced:
-    2003

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New Moon, The

New Moon, The
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Notes:
Music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics And book by Oscar Hammerstein II, Frank Mandel And Laurence Schwab

1st Produced:
Imperial Theatre, New York    10490

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Concert cast recording: Ghostlight (4403-2) 2004

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Oklahoma!

Oklahoma!
Cowboy Curly and farm girl Laurey are in love but will surly ranch hand Jed thwart them?

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
St James Theatre, New York    31 Mar 1943

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Applause Books   -

Music:
Original cast recording: MCa (10798) 1943

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Pipe Dream

Pipe Dream
Homeless Suzy is arrested for stealing food. She is taken in by Madame Fauna who runs the Bear Flag Cafe - which is not really a cafe. . . Suzy meets a nice marine biologist - Doc

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
Shubert Theatre, New York    30 Nov 1955

Organisations:
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1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Original cast recording: RCa (61481) 1955

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Queen O' Hearts

Synopsis:
-

Notes:
Music by Lewis e Gensler; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Frank Mandel

1st Produced:
George M Cohans Theatre, New York    10 Oct 1922

Organisations:
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1st Published:
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Rose-Marie

Rose-Marie
Fur trapper Jim Kenyon is in love with singer Rose-Marie La Flamme. In an effort to break them up Jim is framed for murder

Notes:
Music by Rudolf Friml And Herbert P Stothardt; lyrics And book by Oscar Hammerstein II And Otto Harbach

1st Produced:
Imperial Theatre, New York    9012

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Show Boat

Show Boat
Spanning the years 1880 to 1927. Magnolia and Gaylord will they ever find love and happiness. Old Man River - he don't say nuthing

Notes:
Music by Jerome Kern; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics for "Bill" by P. G. Wodehouse; Music And lyrics for "Goodbye, My Lady Love" by Joseph e. Howard; Music And lyrics for "after the Ball" by Charles K. Harris; Book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Based on "Show Boat" by edna Ferber

1st Produced:
Ziegfield Theatre, New York    10223

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Broadway revival cast: Prism Leisure (PLaTCD 733) 1946

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Genre:
Musical

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Sound Of Music, The

Sound Of Music, The
Novice nun Maria is sent to be the governess of the Von Trapp children

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Book by Howard Lindsay And Russell Crouse; Based on "the Trapp Family Singers" by Maria Augusta Trapp

1st Produced:
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, NY    16 Nov 1959

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Applause Books   -

Music:
Original cast recording: Columbia (CK-32601) 1959

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South Pacific

South Pacific
World War Two on a small island in the South Pacific. Nurse Nellie falls for the older planter emile - until she discovers he was formerly married to a native girl. Meanwhile the handsome lieutenant Joe has fallen for a local girl. But he is hampered with the same prejudices as Nellie

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstain II; book by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
Majestiv Theatre, New York    07 Apr 1949

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
Contained in: "Representative American Plays From 1767 to Today" published by appleton Century Crofts   -

Music:
Original Broadway recording: Sony (53327) 1949

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Wearing - the London Stage 51.270

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State Fair

State Fair
the Frake family go to the State Fair. the parents looking to win a blue ribbon. the son and daughter looking for romance

Notes:
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; book by Tom Briggs; book by Louis Mattoli. Based on the film "State Fair" screenplay by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
Music Box Theatre, NY, USA    1996

Organisations:
-

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Original Broadway cast: DRG (94765) 1996

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Sunny River

Synopsis:
Young idealist Jean Gervais is in love with Marie Sauvinet a singer in a café. He buys her a house. Marie is spotted singing in the café and is awarded a scholarship to study singing in Paris. Cecile wants Jean. She tells him lies about Marie and tricks him into marrying her. Five years later Marie comes back from France. Jean realises that he still loves her and they plan to move into the house together. They discover Cecile collapsed. Jean goes and helps her. Marie slips away. Cecile admits she tricked Jean into marriage. Four years later Marie returns only to find that Jean died in battle

Notes:
Music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics and book by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
St James theatre. New York    15314

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Sunny River

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Three Sisters, The

Synopsis:
at the outbreak of World War One three sisters travel the english countryside with their photographer father. the eldest daughter is engaged to a police constable. the middle daughter to a young man well up in society. the youngest is in love with a gypsy. all three men get called up and sent to the Western Front

Notes:
Music by Jerome Kern; lyrics And book by Oscar Hammerstein III. Based on "the Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov

1st Produced:
Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London    19 Apr 1934

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Tickle Me

Synopsis:
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Notes:
Music by Herbert P Stothart; lyrics And book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Otto Harbach; Frank Mandel

1st Produced:
Selwyn Theatre, New York    17 Aug 1920

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Very Warm For May

Very Warm For May
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Notes:
Music by Jerome Kern; lyrics And book by Oscar Hammerstein II

1st Produced:
Alvin Theatre, New York    17 Nov 1939

Organisations:
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1st Published:
-   -

Music:
Original cast recording: aeI (008) 1939

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