Pacific 1860: A Musical Romance
Life carries on serenely in Samolo, a South Sea island jewel in Queen Victoria's crown, until Madame Salvador, the celebrated diva, arrives to disturb the safe routine of the Stirling family and particularly that of Kerry, their youngest son. The two fall in love but middle class Victorian morality parts them until... PACIFIC 1860 features one of Coward's most attractive scores, written for the show that starred Mary Martin and re-opened Drury Lane after World War II, but never heard in the U.S.
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