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Minskoff Theatre , (4/26/2001 - 5/13/2001)
First Preview:Mar 27, 2001 Total Previews:34
Opening Date:Apr 26, 2001   
Closing Date:May 13, 2001 Total Performances:21

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: St. Petersburg, Missouri. 1844.

Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre under the direction of James M. Nederlander and Myron A. Minskoff; Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; James L. Nederlander: President)
Produced by James M. Nederlander, James L. Nederlander and Watt / Dobie Productions
Based on the novel by Mark Twain; Book by Ken Ludwig; Music by Don Schlitz; Lyrics by Don Schlitz; Musical Director: Paul Gemignani; Music orchestrated by Michael Starobin; Dance and incidental music by David Krane
Directed by Scott Ellis; Choreographed by David Marques; Additional Choreography by Jodi Moccia; Associate Choreographer: Rommy Sandhu; Assistant Director: Darren Katz
Scenic Design by Heidi Ettinger; Associate Scenic Design: Richard Jaris; Assistant Scenic Design: Curtis Wallin and Bryan Johnson; Costume Design by Anthony Powell; Associate Costume Design: Scott Traugott; Assistant Costume Design: Cory Ching; Lighting Design by Kenneth Posner; Automated Lighting Programmer: Paul J. Sonnleitner; Associate Lighting Design: Douglas Cox; Assistant Lighting Design: Michele Disco; Sound Design by Lew Mead; Assistant Sound Design: Charles Vorce; Hair Design by David Brian Brown; Make-Up Design by Randy Mercer
General Manager: Devin Keudell; Company Manager: Sean Free; Associate Co. Mgr: Shelley Ott
Production Manager: Arthur Siccardi; Production Supervisor: Beverley Randolph; Stage Manager: David Hyslop; Assistant Stage Mgr: Scott Rollison
Musical Coordinator: Ronald Sell; Conducted by Paul Gemignani; Associate Conductor: Nicholas Archer; Concert Master: Marilyn Reynolds; Synthesizer: Nicholas Archer; Violin: Marilyn Reynolds, Andrea Andros and Jonathan Kass; Viola: Shelly Holland-Moritz; Cello: Deborah Assaael; Fiddle: Blake Hackler; Woodwind: Scott Shachter, Martha Hyde, Kelly Peral and Thomas Sefcovic; French Horn: Lawrence DiBello; Trumpet: Hiro Noguchi and Phil Granger; Trombone: Dean Plank; Piano: Paul Ford; Guitar: Andrew Schwartz, Greg Utzig and Gordon Titcomb; Dulcimer: Erik J. McCormack; Bass: Kermit Driscoll; Drums: Larry Lelli; Percussion: Charles Descarfino
Injun Joe's Dream Disappearance: Rick Sordelet; Special Effects by Chic Silber
Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Marketing: The Marketing Group; Casting: Jim Carnahan; Fight direction by Rick Sordelet; Developmental Casting: Bernard Telsey Casting, Inc.; Dance Captain: Elise Santora; Dialect Coach: Kate Wilson; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Press Associate: Amy Jacobs
Tom Aldredge Muff Potter
Stephen Lee Anderson Doc Robinson
Kristen Bell Becky Thatcher
Ann Whitlow Brown Amy Lawrence
Jane Connell Widow Douglas
Pierce Cravens Alfred Temple
John Dossett Judge Thatcher
Kevin Serge Durand Injun Joe
Élan Susie Rogers
Stacia Fernandez Sally Bellamy
Joe Gallagher George Bellamy
Blake Hackler Lyle Bellamy
Tommy Hollis Reverend Sprague
Nikki M. James Sabina Temple
John Christopher Jones Lemuel Dobbins
Donna Lee Marshall Sereny Harper
Erik J. McCormack Joe Harper
Marshall Pailet Sid Sawyer
Joshua Park Tom Sawyer
Amy Jo Phillips Lucinda Rogers
Richard Poe Lanyard Bellamy
Jim Poulos Huckleberry Finn
Linda Purl Aunt Polly
Mekenzie Rosen-Stone Lucy Harper
Ric Stoneback Gideon Temple
Sally Wilfert Naomi Temple
Tommar Wilson Ben Rogers
Swings: Patrick Boll, Michael Burton, John Herrera, Kate Reinders and Elise Santora
Understudies: Stephen Lee Anderson (Lemuel Dobbins, Reverend Sprague), Patrick Boll (Doc Robinson, Gideon Temple, Injun Joe, Judge Thatcher, Lanyard Bellamy, Pap), Michael Burton (Ben Rogers, Joe Harper), Pierce Cravens (Sid Sawyer), Stacia Fernandez (Aunt Polly, Widow Douglas), Joe Gallagher (Huckleberry Finn), Blake Hackler (Tom Sawyer), John Herrera (Doc Robinson, Gideon Temple, Lanyard Bellamy, Lemuel Dobbins, Muff Potter, Pap, Reverend Sprague), Nikki M. James (Becky Thatcher), Erik J. McCormack (Tom Sawyer), Amy Jo Phillips (Widow Douglas), Richard Poe (Judge Thatcher), Kate Reinders (Amy Lawrence, Becky Thatcher), Sally Wilfert (Aunt Polly) and Tommar Wilson (Huckleberry Finn)
Tony Award®
 2001 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
Heidi Ettinger
 2001 Best Lighting Design [nominee]
Kenneth Posner
Drama Desk Award
 2001 Outstanding Orchestrations [nominee]
Michael Starobin
 2001 Outstanding Set Design of a Musical [nominee]
Scenic Design by Heidi Ettinger
 2001 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Anthony Powell
 2001 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Kenneth Posner
Theatre World
nominee 2001 Award [recipient]
Joshua Park
music by Don Schlitz; lyrics by Don Schlitz
ACT 1Sung By
Here's My Plan Tom Sawyer
Hey, Tom Sawyer Tom Sawyer, Aunt Polly, Lemuel Dobbins, Reverend Sprague and The People of St. Petersburg
Smart Like That Tom Sawyer, Ben Rogers and The Boys
Spirits Injun Joe
The Vow Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn
It Just Ain't Me Huckleberry Finn
To Hear You Say My Name Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher
Murrel's Gold Injun Joe, Muff Potter, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn
The Testimony Tom Sawyer and The People of St. Petersburg
ACT 2Sung By
Ain't Life Fine The Boys and The Girls
This Time Tomorrow Aunt Polly
I Can Read Huckleberry Finn and Widow Douglas
You Can't Can't Dance Judge Thatcher, Aunt Polly and The People of St. Petersburg
Murrel's Gold (Reprise)Injun Joe
Angels Lost Aunt Polly, Judge Thatcher and The People of St. Petersburg
Light Tom Sawyer
Angels Lost (Reprise)Becky Thatcher
Light (Reprise)The People of St. Petersburg
Ain't Life Fine (Reprise)Reverend Sprague and The People of St. Petersburg
Finale Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, Becky Thatcher, The Boys and The Girls