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Earl of Ruston   

Billy Rose Theatre, (5/05/1971 - 5/08/1971)
First Preview: Apr 26, 1971 Total Previews: 4
Opening Date: May 05, 1971    
Closing Date: May 08, 1971 Total Performances: 5

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: Ruston, LA

Production Staff
Produced by David Black
Book by C.C. Courtney and Ragan Courtney; Lyrics by C.C. Courtney and Ragan Courtney; Music by Peter Link
Directed by C.C. Courtney
Scenic Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis
General Manager: Jose Véga; Company Manager: R. Tyler Gatchell, Jr.
Production Manager: Martin Herzer; Production Stage Manager: Alvarez Kelly; Assistant Stage Mgr: Errol Courtney
Music played by Goatleg
Production Assistant: Lilli Afan; Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt, Henry Luhrman, Harriett Trachtenberg and Maria Pucci; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Mike Monas
Jean Waldo Beck
Leda Pear Crump
John Bergeron
C.C. Courtney
Ragan Courtney
Bonnie Guidry
Mary Lee Woods
Lynda Lawley
Chip McDonald
Rev. Reynolds/Rhythm Guitar
Leon Medica
Sheriff/Bass Guitar
Henry "Bootsie" Normand
Mr. Turner/Lead Guitar
Bobby Thomas
Leecy R. Woods Moore
Standby: Terry Mace
music by Peter Link; lyrics by Ragan Courtney and C.C. Courtney
(Unless otherwise noted)
Just Your Old Friend
Earl Is Crazy
Guitar Song
Easy to Be Lonely
Der Blues- Traditional
(music by C.C. Courtney and Ragan Courtney)
Mama, Earl Done Ate the Tooth Paste Again
(music by C.C. Courtney)
Silvers Theme
Mama, Mama, Mama
I've Been Sent Back to the First Grade
(music by C.C. Courtney)
The Revival
My Name is Leda Pearl
(music by C.C. Courtney)
Insane Poontang
(music by C.C. Courtney and Ragan Courtney)
You Still Love Me
(music by C.C. Courtney)
Earl Was Ahead