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  • I Do! is a musical adaptation of Jan de Hartog's play, The Fourposter, that is guaranteed to send people home satisfied.

    George Heymont: Twelve Months Till Christmas

  • I Do! is a musical adaptation of Jan de Hartog's play, The Fourposter, that is guaranteed to send people home satisfied.

    George Heymont: Twelve Months Till Christmas

  • Jones admitted that he and Schmidt thought the idea of a "Fourposter" musical adaptation was "a really terrible idea" when they were first approached about it some 45 years ago.

    Fore, right!

  • Between them they acted in more than 100 productions in London's West End, including 28 in which they both had roles, among them "The Fourposter," Shaw's "Heartbreak House" and Christopher Fry's "Venus Observed."

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Fourposter now comes across as little more than a reassuring pat on the back to traditional unions.

    TheaterMania.com

  • a two-character musical, starring Mary Martin and Robert Preston in an adaptation of the Jan de Hartog comedy "The Fourposter."

    Off to Kansas

  • I Do! "is a two-character musical by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, the" Fantasticks "guys, based on" The Fourposter, "Jan de Hartog's ever-popular 1951 play about a half-century in the life of a successful marriage.

    Good Times, Bad Times

  • I Do! "doesn't go for nearly that level of hostility, though there's some epic quarreling in the gently comic piece, based on Jan de Hartog's" The Fourposter, "about 50 years in the marriage of Michael and Agnes.

    Fore, right!

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