Comedy in Music

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Comedy in Music is an original Broadway comedy by Victor Borge, with no additional cast involved, performed as a one-man show.


Comedy in Music opened at the John Golden Theatre in New York City on October 2, 1953. It became the longest running one-man show in the history of theater with 849 performances by the time it closed on January 21, 1956, a feat which placed it in the Guinness Book of World Records.[1]


  • Comedy in Music, Vol. 1 (1954, Columbia Records CL-6292, 10'' LP)
  • Comedy in Music, Vol. 2 (1954, Columbia Records CL-6293, 10'' LP)
  • Comedy in Music (1954, Columbia Records CL-554, LP)
  • Comedy in Music (1972, CBS S 53140, LP)
  • Comedy in Music (1999, Collectables Records 6032, CD)
  • Comedy in Music (2009, SHO-227, CD)


  1. ^ Young, Mark (2 March 1998). The Guinness Book of World Records 1998. Bantam Books. p. 439. ISBN 978-0-553-57895-9. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 

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