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By On This Day in NYC's History

THIS CARNIVAL HAD ONLY 6 PERFORMANCES

On September 12, 1953: The Broadway musical, Carnival in Flanders, closed at the New Century Theatre after only six performance. The musical won a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical and is the shortest lived Tony Award honored performance.

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LET’S GET STARTED WITH VINTAGE ’60

On September 12, 1960: Vintage ’60 opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. The musical was written by the trio of Jack Wilson, Alan Jeffreys, and Maxwell Grant.

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Featured Image Courtesy of Playbill Vault

BORN ON THIS DAY: MARIA MULDAUR

On September 12, 1943: Maria Grazia Rosa Domenica D’Amato was born in Greenwich Village. She is a folk-blues singer who was part of the 1960s American folk music revival.

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