Wildcat, which features a score by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, starred Lucille Ball in her only Broadway outing. The musical played the Alvin Theatre December 1960-June 1961 and featured such songs as "Hey, Look Me Over!," "You've Come Home," "Tall Hope" and "Tippy, Tippy Toes." The 1959 musical Take Me Along was penned by Bob Merrill (score) and Joseph Stein and Robert Russell (book). The cast boasted Jackie Gleason, Walter Pidgeon and Eileen Herlie, who sang such tunes as "I Would Die," "Staying Young," "That's How It Starts," "Nine O'Clock" and the title tune.
To Broadway With Love, which played the Musical Hall in the Texas Pavilions in April 1964, features such tunes as "Yankee Doodle Boy," "Till the Clouds Roll By," "Over There," "Speak Low," "Remember Radio" and "In Paris." The production, conceived and staged by Morton Da Costa, also featured original material by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick.
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