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6 Prince v Opens In L.A. Tuesday Recognized as Sigmund Romberg's Romberg's greatest musical achievement, achievement, "The Student Prince," is being given it's first revival by the Los Angeles Civic Light Ouera Association, since it's initial initial season. The new, lavish, Edwin Lester Lester production-opening a seven week .engagement,"" Tuesday evening, July 26 in The Music Center, will offer a distinguished distinguished cast of Broadway favorites starring Frank Porretta, Eileen Christy, Hans Conried, Irra Petlna and Walter, Cassel, with Bob Simpson. Arnold Voketai- tis, Grant Griffin, Murray Matheson, Matheson, Robert .E. Bali, Walter Janowitz, Carolyn Maye, Ter- I "III IUCR" I ULIlLH LAST Z PEBF'S TOD.V-3 Â« 8 P .Â«. THEATRE orrosire EtsruNo SHOPPING CENTER WEST COVIHA ence Momck, Pat Carpenter Felix Locher. Based on the play "Old Heidelberg", Heidelberg", composer Romberg created his melodic score to the book and lyrics of Dorothy Donnelly. Among the famous melodies of "The Student Prince," to be heard will be "Golden Days," "Deep in My Heart," " T Serenade," a n d "The Drinking Drinking Song." For this special presentation, staged by Edward Greenberg, some new musical arrangements are being prepared by Arthur Kay, Harper MacKay and Albert Albert Sendrey. George Jenkins, of the New York stage, has created new scenic backgrounds and Gwen Wakeling has designed colorful costumes. Musical numbers are heing staged by Eugene Loring 'and some book revisions and additional additional lyrics are by Jerome Chodorov and Fornjan Brown.