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A Catered Affair

In 1953, Tom and Aggie Hurley reeling from the recent death of their son, face their daughter, Janey's, impending marriage. Janey and her fiance Ralph want a simple city hall ceremony, but Aggie decides to spend the money her husband has been saving to buy his taxicab on a lavish wedding.

A Catered Affair, with music and lyrics by John Bucchino and a book by Harvey Fierstein, ran on Broadway for 116 performances in 2008. It was nominated for 13 Drama Desk Awards and 3 Tony Awards, and was voted Best Musical by the New York Drama League. The cast album is available on the PS Classics label from

One White Dress

From A Catered Affair.In the show, this song included interjections by another character. Those have been removed in this solo version.

Don't Ever Stop Saying I Love You (Duet or Solo)

From A Catered Affair. The Duet version of the song is as performed in the show. In the solo version of the song, the first few lines of the lyric are different from the show version.

I Stayed

From A Catered Affair.