Noël Coward was one of the most versatile and prolific talents of the 20th century. This revue sifts through thirty-five years of his output to produce a lighthearted romp featuring thirty-three Coward tunes as well as myriad snatches of sketches, anecdotes, writings and musings. The show exudes a carefree party atmosphere that emphasizes Coward's creative output; including songs like "Mad About the Boy," "I'll Follow My Heart," "I Like America," "Room With a View," "The Stately Homes of England," "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," "I've Been to a Marvelous Party" and "There Are Bad Times Just Around the Corner;" as well as Coward's skewering of stage mothers, "Mrs. Worthington," and his lovingly caustic reworking of the lyrics in Cole Porter's "Let's Do It." A Marvelous Party! is the first Coward revue approved by the Coward estate in the last thirty-five years.