Fans of the late Dorothy Fields can breathe a sigh of relief. Although Dorothy Fields Forever, the King's Head's hit revue paying tribute to the "neglected" American lyricist has completed its third and final season, it seems to have done the trick in reviving interest in Fields' work. Gryphon Ltd - the company bringing London's first fully staged production of Sondheim's Anyone Can Whistle to the Bridewell in January (See Today's News) - has also obtained the rights to Fields and Cy Coleman's 1973 Broadway musical Seesaw, which they plan to produce here next year. This Christmas, Sheffield Crucible is also mounting a new production of Sweet Charity, another product of the Fields-Coleman partnership. Fields, who died in 1974, had a career that spanned six decades and encompassed some 500 songs, 19 Broadway musicals and some of the 20th century's most memorable show tunes. She was the first female to win an Oscar and also the first to be inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame.