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Music Theatre Guild Offers Hidden Treasures Like Irma la Douce

April 17, 2010

In 1960, a play about a poor law student who tries to buy the time of a prostitute, all of her time because he’s jealous of other men, opened on Broadway. Irma la Douce premiered in Paris in 1956 and ran for four years. On the West End in London, it kept audiences coming for three years, over 1,500 performances. 

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But in New York, it managed only 524 performances. That makes it the perfect show for Music Theatre Guild, or MTG.

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