Finian’s Rainbow opened to critical and popular acclaim on January 10th, 1947, at the 46th Street Theater in New York City. E.Y Harburg had both the initial inspiration for the show and credits as librettist and lyricist, with Fred Saidy as co-writer on the libretto and music by Burton Lane. The show won three Tonys; notably, David Wayne as Og received the first ever Best Supporting Actor in a Musical Award, while Milton Rosenstock took home a Tony for Best Conductor and Musical Director and Michael Kidd the award for Choreography. Members of the original cast include Ella Logan as Sharon,

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