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O. Henry Christmas, An (Musical)

O. Henry Christmas, An (Musical)

Peter Ekstrom, O. Henry

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ISBN: 9780573695728

"The capactiy audience, which included many small children, was totally captivated. Ekstrom's delightful adaptation [...] captures anew the real Christmas spirit." - Louisville Courier-Journal

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Description
Two heart-warming one-act musicals based on the classic O. Henry stories capture the true spirit of giving: The Gift of the Magi and The Last Leaf. This holiday favorite is set in turn-of-the-century New York City.
Song Samples

Tomorrow Is Christmas

If We Had Money

Look at My Watch

What Can I Give Him?

Your Hair is Gone!

I Want To Paint The Bay Of Naples

The Last Leaf

Tomorrow When You're Feeling Well Again

Author(s)
Peter Ekstrom

Peter Ekstrom

PETER EKSTROM was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and grew up in nearby Painesville. He received a B.A. from Antioch College in 1973. Five years later he went down the Mississippi on a raft from St. Louis to New Orleans with the Otrabanda Troupe, stopping to do shows in 32 towns along the way. For Actors Theatre of Louisville he wrote the music and lyrics for Louisville Zoo, Matrimonium, Doctors and ... view full profile

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