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Me and My Girl   

Marquis Theatre, (8/10/1986 - 12/31/1989)
First Preview: Aug 01, 1986 Total Previews: 11
Opening Date: Aug 10, 1986    
Closing Date: Dec 31, 1989 Total Performances: 1420

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and around Hareford Hall, Hampshire, Mayfair and Lambeth. The late 1930s.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by James M. Nederlander, Terry Allen Kramer and Harry J. Nederlander; Theatre Owned / Operated in association with Marvin I. Danto and Jesse Philips
Produced by Richard Armitage, Terry Allen Kramer, James M. Nederlander and Stage Promotions Ltd. & Co.
Book by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber; Lyrics by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber; Music by Noel Gay; Book revised by Stephen Fry; Contributions to the revisions by Mike Ockrent; Musical Director: Stanley Lebowsky; Music orchestrated by Chris Walker; Dance arrangements by Chris Walker; Associate Musical Dir.: Tom Helm
Directed by Mike Ockrent; Choreographed by Gillian Gregory
Scenic Design by Martin Johns; Costume Design by Ann Curtis; Lighting Design by Chris Ellis and Roger Morgan; Sound Design by Tom Morse; Hair Design by Paul Huntley
General Manager: Ralph Roseman; Company Manager: Robb Lady
Production Stage Manager: Steven Zweigbaum; Stage Manager: Arturo E. Porazzi; Technical Director: Jeremiah Harris
Music Preparation: Chelsea Music Services, Inc.; Music Preparation Supervisor: Mathilde Pincus and Victor Jorowey; Synthesizer Programmer: Andrew Barrett
Dance Assistant: Karin Baker; Casting: Howard Feuer and Johnson-Liff & Zerman; General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates, Susan Lee, Ken Mandlebaum, Ben Morse, C. George Willard and Marie-Louise Silva; Dance Captain: Tony Parise; Dialect Coach: Elizabeth Smith; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Cast
George S. Irving
Sir John Tremayne
Robert Lindsay
Bill Snibson
Maryann Plunkett
Sally Smith
Jane Connell
Maria
Duchess of Dene
Eric Hutson
Lord Battersby
Timothy Jerome
Herbert Parchester
Justine Johnston
Lady Battersby
Elizabeth Larner
Lady Diss
Mrs. Brown
Leo Leyden
Sir Jasper Tring
Jane Summerhays
Lady Jaqueline Carstone
Thomas Toner
Charles Heathersett
The Butler
Nick Ullett
The Hon. Gerald Bolingbroke
Cleve Asbury
Ensemble
Bill Brassea
Telegraph Boy
Ensemble
Jonathan Brody
Ensemble
Frankie Cassady
Ensemble
Susan Cella
Lady Brighton
Ensemble
Sheri Cowart
Ensemble
Bob Freschi
Ensemble
Ann-Marie Gerard
Ensemble
Larry Hansen
Footman
Ensemble
Michael Hayward-Jones
Ensemble
Ann Heinricher
Lambeth Girl
Ida Henry
Ensemble
Randy Hills
Stockbroker
Ensemble
Gloria Hodes
Mrs. Worthington-Worthington
Ensemble
K. Craig Innes
Ensemble
Eric Johnson
Constable
Ensemble
Bobby Longbottom
Stockbroker
Ensemble
Barry McNabb
Stockbroker
Ensemble
Donna Monroe
Ensemble
Barbara Moroz
Ensemble
Cindy Oakes
Ensemble
William Ryall
Ensemble
John Spalla
Pub Pianist
Ensemble
Cynthia Thole
Ensemble
Mike Turner
Ensemble
Kenneth H. Waller
Bob Barking
Ensemble
Swings: Corinne Melançon and Tony Parise
Understudies: James Brennan (Bill Snibson, The Hon. Gerald Bolingbroke), Jonathan Brody (Bob Barking), Susan Cella (Lady Jaqueline Carstone), Sheri Cowart (Sally Smith), Larry Hansen (The Hon. Gerald Bolingbroke), Michael Hayward-Jones (Constable), Eric Hutson (Sir John Tremayne), Justine Johnston (Maria), Elizabeth Larner (Lady Battersby), Donna Monroe (Mrs. Brown), Barbara Moroz (Lady Brighton, Lady Diss), John Spalla (Herbert Parchester) and Kenneth H. Waller (Charles Heathersett, Lord Battersby, Sir Jasper Tring)
Tony Award®
1987 Best Musical [nominee]
Produced by Richard Armitage, Terry Allen Kramer, James M. Nederlander and Stage Promotions Ltd. & Co.
1987 Best Book of a Musical [nominee]
Lyrics by L. Arthur Rose; Book by Douglas Furber; Book revised by Stephen Fry; Contributions to the revisions by Mike Ockrent
1987 Best Original Score [nominee]
Music by Noel Gay; Lyrics by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber
winner 1987 Best Actor in a Musical [winner]
Robert Lindsay
winner 1987 Best Actress in a Musical [winner]
Maryann Plunkett
1987 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
George S. Irving
1987 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Timothy Jerome
1987 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Jane Connell
1987 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Jane Summerhays
1987 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
Martin Johns
1987 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Ann Curtis
winner 1987 Best Choreography [winner]
Gillian Gregory
1987 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Mike Ockrent
Theatre World
winner 1987 Award [recipient]
Robert Lindsay
Drama Desk Award
1987 Outstanding Musical [nominee]
Produced by Richard Armitage, Terry Allen Kramer, James M. Nederlander and Stage Promotions Ltd. & Co.
winner 1987 Outstanding Book [winner]
Book by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber; Book revised by Stephen Fry; Contributions to the revisions by Mike Ockrent
winner 1987 Outstanding Actor in a Musical [winner]
Robert Lindsay
1987 Outstanding Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Maryann Plunkett
1987 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Timothy Jerome
winner 1987 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Jane Summerhays
winner 1987 Outstanding Director of a Musical [winner]
Directed by Mike Ockrent
1987 Outstanding Orchestration [nominee]
Chris Walker
winner 1987 Outstanding Music [winner]
Music by Noel Gay
1987 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Ann Curtis
1987 Outstanding Set Design [nominee]
Scenic Design by Martin Johns
music by Noel Gay; lyrics by Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber
ACT 1 Sung By
A Weekend at Hareford Ensemble
Thinking of No-One But Me Lady Jaqueline Carstone and The Hon. Gerald Bolingbroke
The Family Solicitor Herbert Parchester and The Family
Me and My Girl Bill Snibson and Sally Smith
An English Gentleman Charles Heathersett (The Butler) and Staff
You Would If You Could Lady Jaqueline Carstone and Bill Snibson
Hold My Hand Bill Snibson, Sally Smith and Dancers
Once You Lose Your Heart Sally Smith
Preparation Fugue The Company
The Lambeth Walk Bill Snibson, Sally Smith and The Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Sun Has Got His Hat On The Hon. Gerald Bolingbroke, Lady Jaqueline Carstone and Ensemble
Take It on the Chin Sally Smith
Once You Lose Your Heart (Reprise) Sally Smith
Song of Hareford Duchess, Bill Snibson and Ensemble
Love Makes the World Go Round Bill Snibson and Sir John Tremayne
Leaning on a Lamppost Bill Snibson and Ensemble
Finale The Company