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Johnny Johnson   

44th Street Theatre, (11/19/1936 - 1/16/1937)
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Opening Date: Nov 19, 1936    
Closing Date: Jan 16, 1937 Total Performances: 68

Category: Play, Play with music, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Nesca Realty Co., Inc.
Produced by The Group Theatre
Written by Paul Green; Music by Kurt Weill; Musical Director: Lehman Engel
Staged by Lee Strasberg
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Costume Design by Paul Du Pont
Business Manager: Philip Adler
Stage Manager: Michael Gordon; Assistant Stage Mgr: Alfred Saxe, Bess Eitingon and Judson Hall; Technical Director: Isaac Benesch
Press Representative: Emmanuel Eisenberg
Luther Adler
English Sergeant
Belgian Major-General
Brother Henry
Peter Ainsley
Kate Allen
Dr. Mahodan's Secretary
James Blake
Roman Bohnen
Grandpa Joe
American Commander-in-Chief
Brother Claude
Phoebe Brand
Minny Belle Tompkins
Grover Burgess
Anguish Howington
Jean Burton
Morris Carnovsky
Chief of the Allied High Command
Dr. Mahodan
William Challee
Private Fairfax
Lee J. Cobb
Dr. McBray
French Major-General
Brother George
Russell Collins
Johnny Johnson
Curt Conway
Private Patrick O'Day
Brother William
Jules Garfield
Johann Lang
Judson Hall
British Soldier
Orin Jannings
His Majesty, The King
Robert Joseph
Brother Jim
Elia Kazan
Private Kearns
Dr. Frewd
Thomas C. Kennedy
Scottish Colonel
Tony Kraber
Private Harwood
Brother Theodore
Will Lee
Private Goldberger
Bob Lewis
French Premier
Paul Mann
German Priest
Sanford Meisner
Captain Valentine
Paula Miller
French Nurse
John Most
British Commander-in-Chief
Ruth Nelson
Sister from the O.D.S.D.L.D.
Joseph Pevney
West Point Lieutenant
Herbert Ratner
Private Svenson
Military Policeman
Eddie Ryan
Anguish Howington, Jr.
Jack Saltzman
Liason Officer
Alfred Saxe
American Priest
Susanna Senior
Aggie Tompkins
Art Smith
Sergeant Jackson
Brother Thomas
Eunice Stoddard
Camp Doll
Albert Van Dekker
Corporal George
Brother Hiram
music by Kurt Weill; lyrics by Paul Green
ACT 1 Sung By
Over in Europe Mayor
Democracy's Call Minny Belle Tompkins and Mayor
Up Chuckamauga Hill Grandpa Joe
Johnny's Melody Johnny Johnson
Aggie's Song Aggie Tompkins
Oh Heart of Love Minny Belle Tompkins
Farewell, Goodbye Minny Belle Tompkins
Valentine's Tango Captain Valentine
Song of the Goddess Johnny Johnson
ACT 2 Sung By
Song of the Wounded Frenchmen Soldier
Tea Song Sergeant Jackson
Cowboy Song Editor
Song of the Guns Soldier
ACT 3 Sung By
Mon Ami My Friend French Nurse
Allied High Command Chief of the Allied High Command, Belgian Major-General, British Commander-in-Chief, Dr. McBray and Grandpa Joe
Prayer: In Times of War and Tumults American Priest and Orderly
The Psychiatry Song Chief of the Allied High Command
How Sweetly Friendship Binds Doctor, Grandpa Joe, Dr. McBray, Boy, Corporal George, Brother Jim, Editor and English Sergeant
Hymn to Peace Sergeant Jackson, Grandpa Joe, Dr. McBray, Boy, Corporal George, Brother Jim, Editor and English Sergeant
Johnny's Melody (Finale) Johnny Johnson