|A Party with Betty Comden and Adolph Green|
|Music||Leonard Bernstein |
|Lyrics||Betty Comden and Adolph Green|
|Book||Betty Comden and Adolph Green|
|Basis||Songs of Comden and Green|
|Productions||1958 Broadway |
1977 Broadway revival
|Awards||Obie Award for Best Musical|
A Party with Betty Comden and Adolph Green is a musical revue with a book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green and music by Leonard Bernstein, Jule Styne, André Previn, Saul Chaplin, and Roger Edens.
The performance was composed of material written by Comden and Green for stage shows, films, and their former comedy troupe The Revuers.
The revue was then produced on Broadway by the Theatre Guild, opening on December 23, 1958, at the John Golden Theatre, where it closed on May 23, 1959 after 82 performances. It won the Obie Award for Best Musical  An original cast recording was released by Capitol Records (LP# SWAO-1197).
After four previews, a revival opened on Broadway on February 10, 1977, at the Morosco Theatre, where it remained for six weeks before transferring to the Little Theatre to complete its 92-performance run on April 30, 1977. This production included material written since the original 1958 show, including Do Re Mi and Subways Are For Sleeping. The duo then took the show on tour, starting in Washington, DC. A revival cast album was recorded live at the Arena Theatre in Washington, D.C. was released by DRG.