USA Today says of State Fair, "This may be what the Golden Age of Broadway was really about " Our deluxe revised Vocal Selections features 11 beloved songs by Rodgers & Hammerstein, a biography, plot synopsis, history of the show and photos
It Might as Well Be Spring
It's a Grand Night for Singing
Our State Fair
You Never Had It So Good
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"The stage State Fair is a grand night for singingâ€¦funny, melodious, rousing entertainment!" — David Finkle, The Huffington Post
"A sparklingly witty book and lush R&H songs - the crowd-pleasing charms of [STATE FAIR] are considerable and compelling." — Variety
"A toe-tappable, knee-slappable package that carries a wealth of charm!" — Hollywood Reporter
"Perfection...Just pin that blue ribbon on the theater marquee." — Chicago Sun Times
"This may be what the golden age of Broadway was really about." — USA Today
"A pure delight...Sweeter and more fun than cotton candy." — Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
In 1945, the world premiere of Rodgers & Hammerstein's movie musical STATE FAIR was presented at the Paramount Theatre, Des Moines, Iowa.