1 edition of P. F. C. Mary Brown, a WAC musical revue. found in the catalog.
P. F. C. Mary Brown, a WAC musical revue.
United States. Army Service Forces. Special Service Division.
by Headquarters, Army Service Forces, Special Services Division, ASF in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||Music and lyrics by Capt. Ruby Jane Douglass, Pvt. Frank Loesser, Pvt. Hy Zaret and Arthur Altman. Book by Pvt. Arnold Auerbach, Lt. Bob Eastright and Lt. Jack Hill. Scenic designs by T/5 Edward E. Wolf. Costume designs by Mary Schenck.|
|Contributions||Douglass, Ruby Jane., Auerbach, Arnold.|
|LC Classifications||M1500.U6 P3, M1500.U6 P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. ℗ ., x, 68, 48, 44 p. and 13 pts.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||45035325|
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Students of theatre become artists, whether they choose to be on stage or back stage. Courses in the technical aspects of theatre, acting, directing, and stage management, as well as courses in. The Sound of Documents. The book includes more than sixty musical examples from rare and mostly unpublished scores, and is accompanied by a pair of long-playing vinyl records contains recordings keyed to several of the articles. P.F.C. Mary Brown: A WAC Musical Revue.
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Mary Brown, a WAC musical revue. Music and lyrics by Capt. Ruby Jane Douglass, Pvt. Frank Loesser, Pvt. Hy Zaret and Arthur Altman. Book by Pvt. Arnold. Get this from a library. P.F.C. Mary Brown: a Wac musical revue. [Ruby Jane Douglass; Frank Loesser; Hy Zaret; Arthur Altman; Red Auerbach; Bob Eastright; Jack Hill.
Get this from a library. P.F.C. Mary Brown, a WAC musical revue. [Ruby Jane Douglass; Arnold Auerbach; United States. Army Service Forces. Special Service Division.].
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The John C. Becher Soldier Show collection contains entertainment materials written by and for the United States military during and immediately following World War II. The collection is arranged by material type and entertainment themes. Arnold Auerbach is the author of Funny Men Don't Laugh ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews), Modelled Sculpture & Plaster Casting ( avg rating, 0 r 4/5(2).
The UNT Libraries Government Documents Department has three Blueprint Specials that can be requested from Documents Reserve: About Face!: A Soldier Musical; P.F.C. Mary Brown: A WAC Musical Revue “Hi, Yank!”: A Soldier Shows “Blueprint Special” A Guide to Colonial Dress.
Moreover, one of the comic scenes in P.F.C. Mary Brown about issuing regulation WAC uniforms was likewise lifted from Hi, Yank. Although its disparate scenes are loosely connected, P.F.C.
Mary Brown is less a revue and boasts far more plot line than other musicals; it shows some of the concerns that brought women into the military even as it.
Mary Brown, a WAC musical revue. Music and lyrics by Capt. Ruby Jane Douglass, Pvt. Frank Loesser, Pvt. Hy Zaret and Arthur Altman. Book by Pvt. Arnold Auerbach, Lt. Bob Eastright and Lt. Jack Hill. Scenic designs by T/5 Edward E. Wolf. Costume designs by Mary Schenck.
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