HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSSINESS
WITHOUT REALLY TRYING Frank Loesser
composer: Frank Loesser lyrics: Frank Loesser after Abe Burrows, Shepherd Mead 1st performance: 14th October 1961 direction: Daniel Cohen costume design: Fer Smidt set design: Eric vd Palen company: Aedon premiere: Kleine Komedie, Amsterdam 1990
young hero of the plow owes his astonishing rice from window
cleaner to company chairman to every back-stabbing and devious
method that has ever been tried. Robbert Morse was the climbing
J. Pierpoient Finch and Rudy Vallee was company president.
For its honest satire on big business and a well - integrated
score it became the fourth musical to win a Pullitzerprice.
costume design for J.Pierpoient Finch
placed this funny musical by Loesser and Burrows in the time
it was written. The normally gray costumes for the men we
changed into pop-art like dessins, like dots and stripes.
For the women's costumes there was a link to the fashion-designer