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  • Title: She Loves Me
  • Author: Joe Masteroff Sheldon Harnick
  • ISBN: 9781568651422
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Hardcover

She Loves Me

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  1. 8 men, 8 womenSignificant set changes parfumerie to restaurant to apartment back to restaurant Could possibly be done with rotating set, with parfumerie on one side, restaurant on the other, and change parfumerie to apartment while restaurant side is in use.Delightful comedy set just before Christmas Good pacing, and a bit of suspense Reaches a satisfying, positive ending.


  2. An exceedingly charming libretto, based on a Hungarian play from the 1930s, the same basis for the movies You ve Got Mail and The Shop Around the Corner This play is a musical from the early 60s, and altogether entertaining It deserves to be far better known than it is, but it had the misfortune of playing on Broadway at the same time as Camelot and My Fiar Lady.


  3. My all time favorite musical, with a solid libretto The fact that Bock and Harnick s lyrics are based on what Masteroff had already written means that dialogue and songs come together perfectly It s not a groundbreaking musical, but it s perfect for what it is a cute and funny little romantic musical.


  4. I liked it better than the music, but not super impressed I missed the piece about Mr Maraczek suspecting Georg of having an affair with his wife from just the music It develops better with a reading and there is a bit subtlety.