The Molly Blank Concert Series: On The Sunny Side of the Street
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The Molly Blank Concert Series: On The Sunny Side of the Street

The Molly Blank Concert Series: On The Sunny Side of the Street
Mar 31 2022 | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Molly Blank Concert Series: On The Sunny Side of the Street

THE BREMAN MUSEUM PRESENTS The Molly Blank Concert Series Celebrating Jewish Contributions to Music

On the Sunny Side of the Street: The Music of Dorothy Fields
WHAT: Exclusive Musical Performance by The Flying Carpet Theatre
WHEN: Monday March 7 - March 31
WHERE: Pay Per View (Enjoy in the comfort of your home)
COST: $18 per screen
Select a time and date to recieve a unique link. You will have one week from purchase to view the event.
Dorothy Fields: The Sunnyside of the Street is opening at The Breman Museum!
More about the show:
A lyricist and author, Fields became one of the few women who worked in the 1920s and 1930s songwriting field to create multiple standards in musical theater. As a lyricist, Fields wrote with Jerome Kern. As a librettist, she wrote the book for Annie Get Your Gun and collaborated with Irving Berlin. Across her career, she worked closely with many more Broadway greats, including Fred Astaire, Oscar Hammerstein II, Ethel Merman, Cole Porter, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Richard Rodgers and Gwen Verdon.
The concert will blend songs as well as amusing and poignant anecdotes, painting a picture of Fields’ genius and trailblazing accomplishments. The cast and band, featuring seven accomplished local musicians and musical theater veterans, will play classic tunes from her song list, such as “On the Sunny Side of the Street,” “The Way You Look Tonight,” “You Can’t Get a Man With A Gun,” “Big Spender” and “If My Friends Could See Me Now.”
Unlike many peers, Fields managed to stay relevant late into her career, through the 1960s, writing Sweet Charity along with Neil Simon and Cy Coleman, and Bob Fosse directing the show
- Director, Adam Koplan
Want to know more about Dorothy Fields?


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