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Show Boat is a musical in two acts, with music by Jerome Kern and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II , based on Edna Ferber 's best-selling novel of the same name. The musical follows the lives of the performers, stagehands and dock workers on the Cotton Blossom , a Mississippi River show boat , over 40 years from to Its themes include racial prejudice and tragic, enduring love.

The musical was first produced in by Florenz Ziegfeld. The premiere of Show Boat on Broadway was an important event in the history of American musical theatre. It "was a radical departure in musical storytelling, marrying spectacle with seriousness", compared with the trivial and unrealistic operettas , light musical comedies and "Follies"-type musical revues that defined Broadway in the s and early 20th century.

Here we come to a completely new genre — the musical play as distinguished from musical comedy. Now … the play was the thing, and everything else was subservient to that play. Now … came complete integration of song, humor and production numbers into a single and inextricable artistic entity. The quality of Show Boat was recognized immediately by critics, and it is frequently revived. Awards did not exist for Broadway shows in , when the show premiered, or in when its first revival was staged.

In doing research for her proposed novel Show Boat , writer Edna Ferber spent several weeks on the James Adams Floating Palace Theatre in Bath, North Carolina , gathering material about a disappearing American entertainment venue, the river showboat. In a few weeks, she gained what she called a "treasure trove of show-boat material, human, touching, true". Jerome Kern was impressed by the novel and, hoping to adapt it as a musical, asked the critic Alexander Woollcott to introduce him to Ferber in October Woollcott introduced them that evening during the intermission of Kern's latest musical, Criss Cross.

Ferber was at first shocked that anyone would want to adapt Show Boat as a musical. After being assured by Kern that he did not want to adapt it as the typical frivolous "girlie" show of the s, she granted him and his collaborator Oscar Hammerstein II the rights to set her novel to music.

After composing most of the first-act songs, Kern and Hammerstein auditioned their material for producer Florenz Ziegfeld , thinking that he was the person to create the elaborate production they felt necessary for Ferber's sprawling work. Though Ziegfeld anticipated opening his new theatre on Sixth Avenue with Show Boat , the epic nature of the work required an unusually long gestation period and extensive changes during out-of-town tryouts. Impatient with Kern and Hammerstein and worried about the serious tone of the musical he strongly disliked the songs Ol' Man River and Mis'ry's Comin' Around , Ziegfeld decided to open his theatre in February with Rio Rita , a musical by Kern's collaborator Guy Bolton.

When Rio Rita proved to be a success, Show Boat' s Broadway opening was delayed until Rita could be moved to another theatre. Although the basic plot of Show Boat has always remained the same, over the years revisions and alterations were made by the creators, and over time by subsequent producers and directors. Some of these revisions were for length and some for convenience, as when a different actor played a certain role and was unable to perform a specialty piece written for the role's creator.

Some have been made to reflect contemporary sensitivities toward race, gender and other social issues. In , the show boat Cotton Blossom arrives at the river dock in Natchez, Mississippi. The Reconstruction era had ended a decade earlier, and white-dominated Southern legislatures have imposed racial segregation and Jim Crow rules. The boat's owner, Cap'n Andy Hawks, introduces his actors to the crowd on the levee. A fistfight breaks out between Steve Baker, the leading man of the troupe, and Pete, a rough engineer who had been making passes at Steve's wife, the leading lady Julie La Verne.

Steve knocks Pete down, and Pete swears revenge, suggesting he knows a dark secret about Julie. Cap'n Andy pretends to the shocked crowd that the fight was a preview of one of the melodramas to be performed. The troupe exits with the showboat band, and the crowd follows. A handsome riverboat gambler, Gaylord Ravenal , appears on the levee and is taken with eighteen-year-old Magnolia "Nolie" Hawks, an aspiring performer and the daughter of Cap'n Andy and his wife Parthenia Ann Parthy.

Magnolia is likewise smitten with Ravenal " Make Believe ". She seeks advice from Joe, a black dock worker aboard the boat, who has returned from buying flour for his wife Queenie, the ship's cook.

He replies that there are "lots like [Ravenal] on the river. He and the other dock workers reflect on the wisdom and indifference of " Ol' Man River ", who doesn't seem to care what the world's troubles are, but "jes' keeps rollin' along".

Magnolia finds Julie inside and announces that she's in love. Julie cautions her that this stranger could be just a "no-account river fellow". Magnolia says that if she found out he was "no-account", she'd stop loving him. Julie warns her that it's not that easy to stop loving someone, explaining that she'll always love Steve, singing a few lines of " Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man ".

Queenie overhears — she is surprised that Julie knows that song as she has only heard "colored folks" sing it. Magnolia remarks that Julie sings it all the time, and when Queenie asks if she can sing the entire song, Julie obliges. During the rehearsal for that evening, Julie and Steve learn that the town sheriff is coming to arrest them. Steve takes out a large pocket knife and makes a cut on the back of her hand, sucking the blood and swallowing it.

Pete returns with the sheriff, who insists the show cannot proceed because Julie is a mulatto who has been passing as white and local law prohibits mixed marriages. Julie admits that her mother was black, but Steve tells the sheriff that he also has "black blood" in him, so their marriage is legal in Mississippi. The troupe backs him up, boosted by the ship's pilot Windy McClain, a longtime friend of the sheriff.

The couple have escaped the charge of miscegenation, but they still have to leave the show boat; identified as black, they can no longer perform for the segregated white audience. Cap'n Andy fires Pete, but in spite of his sympathy for Julie and Steve, he cannot violate the law for them. Ravenal returns and asks for passage on the boat. Andy hires him as the new leading man, and assigns his daughter Magnolia as the new leading lady, over her mother's objections.

As Magnolia and Ravenal begin to rehearse their roles and in the process, kiss for the first time infuriating Parthy , Joe reprises the last few lines of "Ol' Man River". Weeks later, Magnolia and Ravenal have been a hit with the crowds and have fallen in love.

As the levee workers hum "Ol' Man River" in the background, he proposes to Magnolia, and she accepts. The couple joyously sings " You Are Love ". They make plans to marry the next day while Parthy, who disapproves, is out of town.

Parthy has discovered that Ravenal once killed a man, and arrives with the Sheriff to interrupt the wedding festivities. The group learns that Ravenal was acquitted of murder.

Cap'n Andy calls Parthy "narrow-minded" and defends Ravenal by announcing that he also once killed a man. Parthy faints, but the ceremony proceeds. Six years have passed, and it is Ravenal and Magnolia have moved to Chicago , where they make a precarious living from Ravenal's gambling.

Depressed over his inability to support his family, Ravenal abandons Magnolia and Kim. Frank and Ellie, two former actors from the showboat, learn that Magnolia is living in the rooms they want to rent.

The old friends seek a singing job for Magnolia at the Trocadero, the club where they are doing a New Year's show.

Julie is working there. She has fallen into drinking after having been abandoned by Steve. At a rehearsal, she tries out the new song " Bill. From her dressing-room, she hears Magnolia singing "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" for her audition, the song which Julie taught her years ago.

Julie secretly quits her job so that Magnolia can fill it, without learning of her sacrifice. Ravenal visit his daughter Kim at the convent where she goes to school to say goodbye before leaving her forever "Make Believe" reprise. He goes to the Trocadero without his wife, and sees Magnolia overcome with emotion and nearly booed off stage.

Andy rallies the crowd by starting a sing-along of the standard, " After the Ball ". Magnolia becomes a great musical star. More than 20 years pass, and it is Cap'n Andy has a chance meeting with Ravenal and arranges his reunion with Magnolia. Andy knows that Magnolia is retiring and returning to the Cotton Blossom with Kim, who has become a Broadway star.

Kim gives her admirers a taste of her performing abilities by singing an updated, Charleston version of "Why Do I Love You? Although he is uncertain about asking her to take him back, Magnolia, who has never stopped loving him, greets him warmly and does.

As the happy couple walks up the boat's gangplank, Joe and the cast sing the last verse of "Ol' Man River". The MGM film changed the final scenes of the story, as well as many small details. It reconciles Ravenal and Magnolia a few years after they separate, rather than When Ravenal leaves Magnolia in Chicago, she is pregnant. By a chance meeting with Julie, Ravenal learns that Magnolia gave birth to his daughter.

He returns to her and sees the child Kim playing. Magnolia sees them together and takes him back, and the family returns to the show boat.

Joe and the chorus start singing "Ol' Man River" as the scenes unfold, then the paddlewheel starts turning in tempo with the music, as the ship heads down river.

Julie is shown, viewing from a distance. She had watched the scene from the shadows. The original production ran four-and-a-half hours during tryouts, but was trimmed to just over three by the time it got to Broadway.

They were discarded beginning with the revival, although "Till Good Luck" was included in the Harold Prince revival of the show. It was restored in the film version and several stage productions since the s. On record, "Hey Feller! Kern and Hammerstein wrote two new songs for revivals and three more for the film version. The Harold Fielding production in London in the early s claimed to use the entire original score, but it omitted "Hey, Feller!

This cast album broke ground in being the first two-LP version of Show Boat ever released. The score also includes four songs not originally written for Show Boat: Wodehouse in and was reworked by Hammerstein for Show Boat. Howard and " After the Ball " by Charles K.

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