Ain't Misbehavin' / Based on an idea by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby, Jr. ; orchestrations & arrangements by Luther Henderson ; vocal & musical concepts by Jeffrey Gutcheon ; vocal arrangements by Jeffrey Gutcheon & William Elliott ; conceived and originally directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. ; or

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Grand Theatre Collection (University of Guelph). Ain't Misbehavin' / Based on an idea by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby, Jr. ; orchestrations & arrangements by Luther Henderson ; vocal & musical concepts by Jeffrey Gutcheon ; vocal arrangements by Jeffrey Gutcheon & William Elliott ; conceived and originally directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. ; originally produced by The Manhattan Theatre Club ; originally produced on Broadway by Emanuel Azenberg, Dasha Epstein, The Shubert Organization, Jane Gaynor & Ron Dante, designer Robert Doyle, 2001 - technical drawings.

Ain't Misbehavin' / Based on an idea by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby, Jr. ; orchestrations & arrangements by Luther Henderson ; vocal & musical concepts by Jeffrey Gutcheon ; vocal arrangements by Jeffrey Gutcheon & William Elliott ; conceived and originally directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. ; originally produced by The Manhattan Theatre Club ; originally produced on Broadway by Emanuel Azenberg, Dasha Epstein, The Shubert Organization, Jane Gaynor & Ron Dante, designer Robert Doyle, 2001 - technical drawings. 2001.

1 drawing ; 91 x 74 cm.

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