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Maggie   

National Theatre, (2/18/1953 - 2/21/1953)
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Opening Date: Feb 18, 1953    
Closing Date: Feb 21, 1953 Total Performances: 5

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Franklin Gilbert and John Fearnley
Music by William Roy; Lyrics by William Roy; Book by Hugh Thomas; Based on "What Every Woman Knows" by Sir James Matthew Barrie; Musical Director: Maurice Levine; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Dance arrangements by Dean Fuller
Staged by Michael Gordon; Choreographed by June Graham; Uncredited direction by John Fearnley
Scenic Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Costume Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark
Company Manager: Joe Moss
Stage Manager: James Hammerstein, J. Myles Putnam and Bruce Laffey
Production Associate: Harry Zevin; Press Representative: Michel Mok and Sol Jacobson
Cast
Betty Paul
Maggie Wylie
Keith Andes
John Shand
Adele Aron
Dancer
James Broderick
James Wylie
Robert Busch
Singer
Bramwell Fletcher
Alick Wylie
John Ford
Singer
J. Corkey Geil
Dancer
John George
Dancer
Sura Gesben
Dancer
Henry Hamilton
Professor Dubois
Porter
Singer
Gene Hollmann
Williams
Porter
Singer
Alan Howard
Dancer
John Hoyt
Venables
Jeanne Jones
Dancer
Patty Karkalits
Dancer
Alicia Krug
Maggie Wylie in ballet
Marion Lauer
Singer
Jenny Lou Law
Mrs. MacLaughlin
Kathryn Lee
Sybil Tenterdon in ballet
Nata Lee
Dancer
Celia Lipton
Sybil Tenterdon
Frank Maxwell
David Wylie
James E. McCracken
Singer
Odette Myrtil
Madame Marstonne
David Nillo
Dancer
Oran Osburn
Porter
Singer
Marc Platt
John Shand in ballet
Ruby Ann Saber
Dancer
Jan Scott
Singer
Joanne Spiller
Singer
Bob St. Clair
Dancer
Paul Ukena
Conductor
Singer
Gloria Van Dorpe
Singer
Keith Willis
Dancer
Understudies: Robert Busch (John Shand), Anita Ellis (Maggie Wylie), J. Corkey Geil (James Wylie), Henry Hamilton (Alick Wylie, Venables), Jenny Lou Law (Madame Marstonne, Sybil Tenterdon) and Paul Ukena (David Wylie, John Shand)
music by William Roy; lyrics by William Roy
ACT 1 Sung By
I Never Laughed in My Life John Shand
Long and Weary Wait John Shand and Maggie Wylie
Thimbleful Alick Wylie, David Wylie, James Wylie, John Shand and Maggie Wylie
He's the Man John Shand, Singers and Dancers
What Every Woman Knows Maggie Wylie
Any Afternoon About Five Madame Marstonne
Smile For Me Maggie Wylie
You Become Me Maggie Wylie and John Shand
He's the Man (Reprise) The Company
It's Only Thirty Years Madame Marstonne and Venables
What Every Woman Knows (Reprise) Maggie Wylie
The New Me Maggie Wylie, Alick Wylie, David Wylie, James Wylie, Singers and Dancers
ACT 2 Sung By
The Train with the Cushioned Seats David Wylie, Alick Wylie and James Wylie
People in Love John Shand and Sybil Tenterdon
Practical Maggie Wylie
Charm Maggie Wylie
Fun in the Country Madame Marstonne
What Every Woman Knows (Reprise) Maggie Wylie
Smile For Me (Reprise) Maggie Wylie
You Become Me (Reprise) John Shand