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1966: Sondheim’s TV Musical ‘Evening Primrose’ Debuts
November 16, 2020  | By Linda Donovan  | 1 comment
 

This day in 1966 marked the debut of Evening Primrose, the only original musical written by Stephen Sondheim for television.

The musical revolves around Charles (Anthony Perkins), a poet, who discovers the secret life that exists in a department store after-hours.

 
 
 
 
 
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jim
Worth noting that Perkins' costar was Charmaine Carr who was best known for playing the oldest daughter in the film of "The Sound of Music"
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