Cole Porter


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Noun1.Cole Porter - United States composer and lyricist of musical comedies (1891-1946)
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The Little Theatre in Donnington will set sail from New York to London from Thursday to Saturday, performing the Cole Porter musical Anything Goes.
A presentation on music icon Cole Porter will be at 6:30 p.m.
YOUTH theatre group ACT One take to the stage this week for their 23rd annual show, Cole Porter's Anything Goes.
Without question, Cole Porter made significant contributions to musical theater.
They start with The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, James Taylor, and Cream, and then for balance they play "Georgia" or add Cole Porter.
Cole Porter's loved ones will be lacing up for the Simplyhealth Great Manchester Run next month to pay tribute to the 'happy chappy' whose life was tragically cut short.
Cole Porter captured the essence of young love when he wrote Let's Do It in 1928: "Birds do it, bees do it, Even educated fleas do it.
But that the Cole Porter show we're here to see is his front and backstage version of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, itself an awkward, genre-busting comedy, sort of fits.
Cole Porter In Hollywood , The JohnWilson Orchestra Symphony Hall JohnWilson promised us that we would be hearing the Birmingham premieres of many of Cole Porter's movie orchestrations in their original format, and what gems they proved, especially when delivered with the enthusiasm and style of the hand-picked JohnWilson Orchestra in this year marking the 50th anniversary of the composer/lyricist's death.
Now he's turned his attention to Cole Porter, with a new record - Cole Porter's Hollywood - released this month, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the composer's death.
BLUE Coat School is this week presenting Cole Porter's witty and lively musical Kiss Me Kate.
1932: The first performance took place of Cole Porter's The Gay Divorcee in New York starring Fred Astaire (pictured) and featuring the song Night And Day.