Pins and Needles: Musical Info & Synopsis


Synopsis:

Pins and Needles is a musical revue that emerged during the Great Depression, offering a unique blend of social commentary, humor, and musical entertainment. The show presents a series of sketches and musical numbers that satirize and celebrate the struggles and triumphs of working-class individuals. Pins and Needles is a snapshot of the era, exploring themes of labor rights, social justice, and the human experience during challenging times.


Musical Information

Musical Type: Jazz Age (1937)

Cast Size: 20+

Genre: Revue

Setting: N/A


Creative Team

Music/Lyrics: Harold Rome

Book: Various


Cast Albums

Studio Cast (1962)➝


Resources

Sheet Music: Musicnotes➝


Tags

1930s, PoliticalRevue


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