Rodgers & Hart

February 2014

The Great American Composer Series – Rodgers and Hart


Looking for entertainment? Step right up – pianist and raconteur Fred Miller and the Phillips’ Mill Singers offer that in spades with the continuation of the Great American Composer series featuring the song writing team Rodgers & Hart.

From their first major hit “Manhattan” to their last “Nobody’s Heart” the New York duo defined the golden age of Broadway song from the 1920s until the 1940s. They wrote the major musical hit shows “A Connecticut Yankee”, “On Your Toes”, “Babes in Arms”, “The Boys from Syracuse” and “Pal Joey”

“Everything you write is clever” complained impresario Florenze Ziegfeld.


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Illustration of the Phillips' Mill -Artist: Kathie Jankauskus