Nymph Errant

Nymph Errant is a musical play with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Romney Brent based upon the novel by James Laver.

It opened at the Adelphi Theatre, London on October 6, 1933 and ran for 154 performances.

The plot was somewhat controversial for the time being centred upon the amorous adventures of an English girl fresh from a Swiss finishing school with the admirable intention of losing her virginity.

The score was Porter's favorite by his own account.



  • "Experiment"
  • "It's Bad for Me"
  • "How Could We Be Wrong?"
  • "Nymph Errant"
  • "The Physician"
  • "Solomon"
  • "If You Like Les Belles Poitrines"

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