His undeniable musical creativity was already evident since he was trained at a young age and manifested through his compositions and musical collaborations at Worchester Academy, Yale, and Harvard.
Porter's musicality then heightened when he was in Paris and eventually found his way back to New York. Because of his wit, unique musicality, and urbane sophistication, he was able to concurrently worked for scores intended for motion pictures, also musical comedies and theatrical performances like “Panama Hattie” " Gay Divorce", “Nymph Errant” and others that run from 154 performances up to the whopping 1077 times in New York City for “Kiss Me, Kate” that broke all his records.
Cole Porter was a legendary persona with an exciting, lavish lifestyle, an open LGBTQ achiever and despite the fact that he suffered from a tragic accident resulting in the amputation of his right leg, he was able to produce "Can-Can" which ended up as one huge Broadway success before his demise.
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