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First Ladies: Ladies First

First Ladies: Ladies First

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Gallina/Gallina
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # U106
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First Ladies: Ladies First Composed by Gallina/Gallina. For Conductor. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # U106)

This musical play highlights many of the significant contributions made by our nation s First Ladies. Meet Martha Washington, Dolley Madison, Margaret Taylor, Eliza Johnson, Edith Wilson, Eleanor Roosevelt, and many others. As a series of tableaus set in a museum come to life on stage, our nation s First Ladies reveal a number of interesting and intriguing historical facts. First Ladies: Ladies First combines both the strength of a plot-based story with the flexibility and ease of production usually attributed to musical revues. The songs and dialogue provide a musical opportunity to learn a great deal about these engaging and talented women. A perfect musical to feature your girls although there are many male roles as well. An excellent vehicle to integrate into other areas of the curriculum such as history, women s issues, etc.
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