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Damn Yankees   

Marquis Theatre, (3/03/1994 - 8/06/1995)
First Preview: Feb 14, 1994 Total Previews: 18
Opening Date: Mar 03, 1994    
Closing Date: Aug 06, 1995 Total Performances: 533

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Comments: On hiatus from January 1, 1995 through February 28, 1995. Official re-opening date was March 12, 1995



Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; Robert E. Nederlander: President; James L. Nederlander: Vice-President)
Produced by Mitchell Maxwell, PolyGram Diversified Entertainment, Dan Markley, Kevin McCollum, Victoria Maxwell, Fred H. Krones, Andrea Nasher, The Frankel-Viertel-Baruch Group, Paula Heil Fisher and Julie Ross; Produced in association with Jon B. Platt, Alan J. Schuster and Peter Breger; Associate Producer: Thomas Hall, Jennifer Manocherian, Jonathan Pillot, Andrea Pines, TDI, Inc., Mark Balsam, Meyer Ackerman, Julian Schlossberg and Workin' Man Films, Inc.
Originally produced by Old Globe Theatre (Jack O'Brien, Artistic Director; Thomas Hall, Managing Director)
Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop; Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross; Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross; Based on the novel "The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant" by Douglass Wallop; Book revisions by Jack O'Brien; Music orchestrated by Douglas Besterman; Dance arrangements by Tom Fay; Additional dance arrangements by David Krane; Vocal arrangements by James Raitt
Directed by Jack O'Brien; Choreographed by Rob Marshall; Assistant Director: Will Roberson; Assistant Choreographer: Kathleen Marshall
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by David C. Woolard; Lighting Design by David F. Segal; Sound Design by Jonathan Deans; Hair Design by J. Roy Helland; Make-Up Design by J. Roy Helland; Associate Lighting Design: Susan A. White
General Manager: Charlotte W. Wilcox; Company Manager: Robb Lady; Associate Gen. Mgr: Susan Sampliner
Production Stage Manager: Douglas Pagliotti; Production Supervisor: Alan Hall; Technical Supervisor: John Wolf
Musical Coordinator: William Meade; Musical Continuity by James Raitt; By arrangement with Music Theatre International; Associate Conductor: Robert Hirschhorn and David Chase; Concert Master: Marti Sweet; Reeds: Lawrence Feldman, Edward Joffe, Rick Centalonza, William Meade, Frank Santagata, Kenneth Hitchcock and Roger Rosenberg; Trumpet: David Stahl, Danny Cahn and Steve Guttman; Trombone: Keith O'Quinn and Dale Kirkland; Bass Trombone: Jack Schatz; French Horn: Ann Yarbrough; Violin: David Niwa, Carlos Villa and Rebekah Johnson; Cello: Sarah Carter; Harp: Kathryn Easter; Bass: Ronald Raffio; Drums: Martin Fischer and Raymond Marchica; Percussion: Ian Finkel; Piano: Robert Hirschhorn and David Chase; Keyboard 2: Nancy Blair Wolfe
Special Effects by Gregory Meeh
Casting: Jay Binder; National Press Representative: Peter Cromarty & Company; Dance Captain: Cynthia Onrubia; Production Coordinator: Lesley Mazzotta; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Baseball Consultant: Barry Weinberg; Photographer: Martha Swope and Associates; Promotions: Keith Hurd
Cast
Victor Garber
Applegate
Bebe Neuwirth
Lola
Jarrod Emick
Joe Hardy
Dennis Kelly
Joe Boyd
Dick Latessa
Van Buren
Vicki Lewis
Gloria Thorpe
Linda Stephens
Meg Boyd
Michael Berresse
Bomber
Jeff Blumenkrantz
Smokey
Paula Leggett Chase
Betty
Terrence P. Currier
Welch
Bruce Anthony Davis
Henry
Cory English
Bubba
John Ganun
Mickey
Gregory Jbara
Sohovik
Susan Mansur
Sister
Cynthia Onrubia
Kitty
Joey Pizzi
Vernon
Scott Robertson
Del
Amy Ryder
Photographer
Rita
Nancy Ticotin
Donna
Michael Winther
Ozzie
Scott Wise
Rocky
Swings: Robyn Peterman and Mark Santoro
Standby: Patrick Quinn (Applegate)
Understudies: Michael Berresse (Joe Hardy), Paula Leggett Chase (Meg Boyd), John Ganun (Joe Hardy), Robyn Peterman (Gloria Thorpe), Scott Robertson (Joe Boyd, Van Buren, Welch), Amy Ryder (Sister) and Nancy Ticotin (Lola)
Tony Award®
1994 Best Revival of a Musical [nominee]
Produced by Mitchell Maxwell, PolyGram Diversified Entertainment, Dan Markley, Kevin McCollum, Victoria Maxwell, Fred H. Krones, Andrea Nasher, The Frankel-Viertel-Baruch Group, Paula Heil Fisher and Julie Ross; Produced in association with Jon B. Platt, Alan J. Schuster and Peter Breger
1994 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Victor Garber
winner 1994 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [winner]
Jarrod Emick
1994 Best Choreography [nominee]
Rob Marshall
Drama Desk Award
1994 Outstanding Musical Revival [nominee]
Produced by Mitchell Maxwell, PolyGram Diversified Entertainment, Dan Markley, Kevin McCollum, Victoria Maxwell, Fred H. Krones, Andrea Nasher, The Frankel-Viertel-Baruch Group, Paula Heil Fisher and Julie Ross; Produced in association with Jon B. Platt, Alan J. Schuster and Peter Breger
winner 1994 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical [winner]
Jarrod Emick
1994 Outstanding Orchestrations [nominee]
Douglas Besterman
Theatre World
winner 1994 Award [recipient]
Jarrod Emick
music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross; lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
ACT 1 Sung By
Six Months Out of Every Year Meg Boyd, Joe Boyd, Sister, Gloria Thorpe, Husbands and Wives
Goodbye, Old Girl Joe Boyd and Joe Hardy
Blooper Ballet The Senators
Heart Van Buren and The Senators
Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo. Gloria Thorpe and The Senators
Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo. (Reprise) Gloria Thorpe, Joe Hardy and Ensemble
A Little Brains, A Little Talent Lola
A Man Doesn't Know Meg Boyd and Joe Hardy
Whatever Lola Wants (Lola Gets) Lola
ACT 2 Sung By
Who's Got the Pain? Lola and the Senators
The Game the Senators
Near To You Joe Hardy and Meg Boyd
Those Were the Good Old Days Applegate
Two Lost Souls Lola and Applegate
A Man Doesn't Know (Reprise) Meg Boyd and Joe Boyd
Heart (Reprise) Company