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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 [See More]
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; Wig Maker/Hair Designer: Bettie O. Rogers; Associate Costume Design: Bonnie McCoy
General Manager: Albert Poland; Company Manager: Rick Shulman
Technical Supervisor: Neil Mazzella; Production Stage Manager: Grayson Meritt; Stage Manager: Leila Knox
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
Cast
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)

ACT 1Sung By
Darktown Strutters Ball
(music by Shelton Brooks; lyrics by Shelton Brooks)
Band Solo
Honky Tonky Town
(music by Charles McCarron and Chris Smith; lyrics by Charles McCarron and Chris Smith)
Papa Du, Ma Reed and Thelma
Kiss Me Sweet
(music by Armand J. Piron and Steve J. Lewis; lyrics by Armand J. Piron and Steve J. Lewis)
Papa Du and Thelma
Don't Turn Your Back on Me
(music by Andy Razaf and Clarence Williams; lyrics by Andy Razaf and Clarence Williams)
Bertha
Jenny's Ball
(music by Quenton Redd; lyrics by Quenton Redd)
Ma Reed
Cake-Walking Babies
(music by Henry Troy, Chris Smith and Clarence Williams; lyrics by Henry Troy, Chris Smith and Clarence Williams)
Papa Du, Ma Reed and Thelma
I've Got What It Takes
(music by Hezekiah Jenkins and Clarence Williams; lyrics by Hezekiah Jenkins and Clarence Williams)
Thelma
See See Rider
(music by Ma Rainey; lyrics by Ma Rainey)
Ma Reed
He's in the Jailhouse Now
(music by Toots Davis and Ed Stafford; lyrics by Toots Davis and Ed Stafford)
Papa Du
He's Funny That Way
(music by Neil Moret; lyrics by Richard A. Whiting)
Thelma
Tiger Rag
(music by Edwin B. Edwards, James D. LaRocca, W.H. Ragas, Anthony Sbarbaro and Larry Shields)
Band Solo
Kitchen Man
(music by Andy Razaf and Alex Bellenda; lyrics by Andy Razaf and Alex Bellenda)
Bertha
Wait Till You See My Baby Do the Charleston
(music by Rousseau Semmois, Clarence Todd and Clarence Williams; lyrics by Rousseau Semmois, Clarence Todd and Clarence Williams)
Ma Reed, Bertha and Thelma
ACT 2Sung By
Muskrat Ramble
(music by Edward "Kid" Ory)
Band Solo
Black Bottom
(music by Ray Henderson and B.G. DeSylva; lyrics by Lew Brown)
Papa Du, Ma Reed and Bertha
Louise Louise Band Solo
Get On Out of Here (The Party)
(music by Wesley Wilson; lyrics by Wesley Wilson)
Papa Du, Ma Reed, Bertha and Thelma
Weary Blues (Shake It and Break It)
(music by Artie Matthews; lyrics by Artie Matthews)
Band Solo
New Orleans Hop Scop Blues
(music by George W. Thomas; lyrics by George W. Thomas)
Papa Du
Hindustan
(music by Oliver G. Wallace and H. Weeks; lyrics by Oliver G. Wallace and H. Weeks)
Band Solo
What It Takes to Bring You Back
(music by Spencer Williams; lyrics by Spencer Williams)
Papa Du and Bertha
Everybody Loves My Baby
(music by Spencer Williams; lyrics by Jack Palmer)
Thelma
Right Key But the Wrong Keyhole
(music by Eddie Green and Clarence Williams; lyrics by Eddie Green and Clarence Williams)
Bertha
After You've Gone
(music by J. Turner Layton; lyrics by Henry Creamer)
Ma Reed
My Man Blues
(music by Bessie Smith; lyrics by Bessie Smith)
Bertha and Thelma
Papa De Da Da
(music by Spencer Williams, Clarence Williams and Clarence Todd; lyrics by Spencer Williams, Clarence Williams and Clarence Todd)
Papa Du, Ma Reed, Bertha and Thelma
Muddy Water
(music by Harry Richman and Peter De Rose; lyrics by Jo Trent)
Ma Reed and Bertha
A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight
(music by Theo A. Metz; lyrics by Theo A. Metz)
Papa Du, Ma Reed, Bertha and Thelma