Music in My Heart

Original Broadway Production (1947)

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Cast Highlights

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Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
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Girl <i>(in Ballet--"Unrequited Love, or The Storm")</i>
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Natuscha
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Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch
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Maurice Cabanne
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Tatiana Kerskaya
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Ivan Petrofski
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Vera Remisova
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Prima Ballerina
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Lady in Waiting

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Act One

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  • Unrequited Love, or The Storm .... Girl (in Ballet--"Unrequited Love, or The Storm"), Boy (in Ballet--"Unrequited Love, or The Storm") and Ballet Ensemble
  • Flower Waltz .... Desiree Artot
  • Natuscha .... Ivan Petrofski, Natuscha and Ensemble
  • Love is a Game for Soldiers .... Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch
  • Stolen Kisses .... Princess Katherine Dolgoruki and Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch
  • No! No! No! .... Tatiana Kerskaya and Maurice Cabanne
  • While There's a Song to Sing .... Desiree Artot and Ensemble
  • The Balalaika Serenade .... Gypsy
  • Danse Arabe .... Olga
  • Trepak .... Ensemble
  • I am Enchanted .... Desiree Artot, Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch and Ensemble

Act Two

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  • Gossip .... Ivan Petrofski, Natuscha and Ballet Ensemble
  • Once Upon a Time .... Desiree Artot and Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch
  • Three's a Crowd .... Desiree Artot, Princess Katherine Dolgoruki and Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch
  • Song of the Troika .... Desiree Artot and Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch
  • The Ballerina's Story .... Tatiana Kerskaya
  • Song of the Claque .... Maurice Cabanne
  • Beauty and the Beast .... The Beauty and The Beast
  • Love Song .... Desiree Artot
  • Love is the Sovereign of My Heart .... Desiree Artot and Capt. Nicholas Gregorovitch

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Trivia & History

The production was to have closed on January 3, 1948, but various arrangements were made that allowed it to return. The actors agreed to all work for minimum in exchange for a share of the profits (although they must have realized that there were not likely to be any profits), and other agreements were reached to allow the weekly running costs to be reduced from $25,000 to $15,000.

It was first announced that the production would re-open on January 6, thereby missing only one performance, but it took longer to work things out, and the production re-opened with two performances, matinee and evening, on Sunday, January 11. (Sunday performances, including shows playing two performances on Sunday, were fairly common on Broadway at the time, especially for shows that had been running a long time and for shows that were barely getting by at the box office.) It was known that the show would soon have to vacate the Adelphi, where it was playing, in order for Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! to open there on January 29, but it was hoped that a transfer to the International might happen at that point. But no transfer happened, and Music in My Heart closed on January 24.


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