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One Mo' Time   

Longacre Theatre , (3/06/2002 - 3/24/2002)
First Preview:Feb 21, 2002 Total Previews:16
Opening Date:Mar 06, 2002   
Closing Date:Mar 24, 2002 Total Performances:21

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Setting: 1926. The Lyric Theatre, New Orleans.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)
Produced by The Williamstown Theatre Festival (Michael Ritchie, Producer); Produced in association with Bob Boyett; Associate Producer: Lisa Albright
Book by Vernel Bagneris; Music arranged by Lars Edegran and Orange Kellin; Vocal arrangements by Lars Edegran and Topsy Chapman
Directed by Vernel Bagneris; Choreographed by Eddie D. Robinson
Scenic Design by Campbell Baird; Costume Design by Toni-Leslie James; Lighting Design by John McKernon; Sound Design by Kurt Kellenberger; Hair and Wig Design by Bettie O. Rogers
General Manager: Albert Poland; Company Manager: Rick Shulman
Technical Supervisor: Neil Mazzella; Production Stage Manager: Grayson Meritt; Stage Manager: Leila Knox; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Ahlin
Musical Supervisor: Orange Kellin; Music performed by The New Orleans Blue Serenaders; Trumpet: Mark Braud; Piano: Conal Fowkes; Clarinet: Orange Kellin; Tuba: Walter Payton; Drums & Percussion: Kenneth Sara
Creative Consultant: Pepsi Bethel; Casting: Amy Christopher; Marketing: The Walton Group; Press Representative: The Pete Sanders Group and Pete Sanders; Special Marketing: Irene Gandy; Dance Captain: Enga Davis; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Photographer: Carol Rosegg; Press Associate: Glenna Freedman
Vernel Bagneris Papa Du
B.J. Crosby Ma Reed
Roz Ryan Bertha
Rosalind Brown Thelma
Wally Dunn Theatre Owner
Standbys: John Ahlin (Theatre Owner), Enga Davis (Thelma) and Eugene Fleming (Papa Du)