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Though Rodgers and Hart had worked together on several earlier plays beginning in 1920 with Poor Little Ritz Girl, Dearest Enemy was their first major success. After tryouts in Akron, Ohio, and Baltimore, Maryland, in summer 1925, it opened on Broadway on September 18, 1925, where it ran for 286 performances, finally closing on May 22, 1926. Highlighted by such songs as 22 W A R AND AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE "Here in My Arms" and "Bye and Bye," the play's success started the young songwriters on a collaborative career that eventually made them two of the greatest names in musical theater.

Those works, The Surrender of Burgoyne at Saratoga, The Declaration of Independence, General Washington Resigning His Commission as Commander-in-Chief of the Army, and The Surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, were completed over the next twenty years. Some of the nation's most priceless treasures, they remain today in the Rotunda of the Capitol. THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 41 See: Cooper, Helen A. John Trumbull: The Hand and Spirit of a Painter. New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery, 1982.

The book, which was a best-seller for its day, contains most of the poet's best satires and ballads that deal with the American Revolution. That poetry, at its best, remains today graceful, exuberant, controlled, and always readable. See: Nickson, Richard. Philip Freneau: Poet of the Revolution. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1980. Christine DeLea THE GLORY OF COLUMBIA (Drama). " Painter, poet, theater manager, designer, playwright, and historian of the American stage, no one else in the United States produced more original plays before the end of the nineteenth century.

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