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Babes in Arms, Revival

Babes in Arms, Revival: In the late 1950's, writer George Oppenheimer created a new book around the original 1937 score of Rodgers and Hart's musical of the same name. Narrated by the Press Agent, the show opens on a group of young apprentice performers working at the Surf and Sand Playhouse, a Long Island summerstock theatre which has a seating capacity of over 600 but an average evening attendance of 14. The young actors, led by Val White, struggle to put on their own revue show despite owner Seymour Fleming's resistance and internal drama. When the star actress Jennifer begins to flake out and her immature stage mom Phyllis cancels the revue, optimistic Susie Ward works behind to scenes to get her producer brother Steve to support the performance.

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