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    Ain't Misbehavin' is a very popular musical revue that also has a book that had been authored by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby, Jr. The music for it has been composed by Thomas Wright "Fats" Waller whereas the lyrics have been penned by various writers.

    This musical can rightfully be served as a tribute to the black musicians who had been an active part during the twenties and the thirties time period in the Harlem Renaissance. This had without doubt been an era of not only growing creativity but also of growing cultural awareness and also ethnic pride. The title of this musical has been because of the 1929 Waller song titled "Ain't Misbehavin'". This had been a time period when the Manhattan nightclubs such as Cotton Club and the Savoy Ballroom had been the playgrounds of both the high society and the Lenox Avenue dives that had been filled with piano players. These piano players played the new beat that had come to be known as the swing. There are a total of five performers that go on to present a fu filled evening of rowdy, raunchy and of course also humorous songs that not only depict the various moods of that particular era but also successfully reflect Waller's view and observation of life as being a journey that is surely meant for pleasure and play.

    Ain't Misbehavin' made its debut at the venue of the Manhattan Theatre Club's East 73rd Street cabaret on the 8th of February in the year 1978. It had also featured the singer Irene Cara in it. It had gotten such a tremendous reception that the decision for its proper development into a full-scale production was being considered.

    Post almost fifteen previews of the Broadway production that had been directed by Maltby with both musical staging and the choreography having been done by Arthur Faria. It had made its first opening on the 9th of May at the venue of the Longacre Theatre and had later been moved at first to the Plymouth and then to the Belasco before it had eventually completing its 1604th performance run. The original cast of the Broadway had included the talented Nell Carter, André DeShields and Armelia McQueen.some other cast members who had starred in important roles were Ken Page, and Charlayne Woodard. Buy aint misbehavin show ticket, aint misbehavin tickets online and aint misbehavin sale tickets live.

    Some of the cast had later been replaced. The replacements had comprised of Debbie Allen, Yvette Freeman and Adriane Lenox. Alan Weeks was also a replacement. An original cast recording had been released by RCA Victor. As for the West End production it had premiered for the first time on the 22nd of March in the year 1979 at the venue of the Her Majesty's Theatre.

    On the 12th of June in the year 1982, the channel NBC had broadcasted the revue along with the original Broadway cast.