IBDB: Internet Broadway Database Policies About the Internet Broadway Database Help FAQ/Contact the Internet Broadway Database
  Home Shows People Theatres Characters Awards Songs grosses  
The Broadway League

Official Broadway League sites:

Quick Search For:   In This Category:  

Movin' Out   

Richard Rodgers Theatre , (10/24/2002 - 12/11/2005)
First Preview:Sep 30, 2002 Total Previews:28
Opening Date:Oct 24, 2002   
Closing Date:Dec 11, 2005 Total Performances:1303

Category: Musical, Dance, Original, Broadway
Setting: Long Island in the 60's; Vietnam; others.

Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; James L. Nederlander: President)
Produced by James L. Nederlander, Hal Luftig, Scott E. Nederlander, Terry Allen Kramer, Clear Channel Entertainment and Emanuel Azenberg
Music by Billy Joel; Lyrics by Billy Joel; Additional musical arrangements and orchestrations: Stuart Malina; Music orchestrated by Billy Joel
Conceived by Twyla Tharp; Directed by Twyla Tharp; Choreographed by Twyla Tharp; Assistant Director: Scott Wise; Assistant Choreographer: Scott Wise
Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto; Costume Design by Suzy Benzinger; Lighting Design by Donald Holder; Sound Design by Brian Ruggles and Peter J. Fitzgerald; Hair Design by Paul Huntley; Associate Scenic Design: David Swayze; Associate Costume Design: Rory Powers; Associate Lighting Design: Jeanne Koenig; Associate Lighting Designer / Automated Lighting: Aland Henderson; Associate Hair Design: Amy Solomon; Assistant Scenic Design: Emily Beck; Assistant Costume Design: Mitchell Bloom; Assistant Lighting Design: Michelle Habeck, Hilary Manners, Karen Spahn, Thomas Hague and Keith Parham; Assistant Sound Design: Janet Smith; Make-Up Design by MAC Cosmetics and Patrick Eichler
General Manager: Abbie M. Strassler; Company Manager: Sean Free; Assistant Co. Mgr: Shelley Ott
Production Stage Manager: Tom Bartlett; Technical Supervisor: Brian Lynch and Theatretech, Inc.; Stage Manager: Kim Vernace; Assistant Stage Mgr: Gregory Victor
Musical Continuity & Supervision: Stuart Malina; Synthesizer Programmer: David Rosenthal; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Music Consultant: Tommy Byrnes; Piano: Michael Cavanaugh (Alternate); Leader/Guitar: Tommy Byrnes; Keyboard / Alternate Piano: Wade Preston; Guitar: Dennis Delgaudio; Bass: Greg Smith; Drums: Chuck Bürgi; Lead Sax/Percussion: John Scarpulla; Sax: Scott Kreitzer; Trumpet: Barry Danielian; Trombone/Whistler/Vocals: Kevin Osborne; Assistant Musical Supervisor: David Rosenthal; Classical pieces performed by Stuart Malina; Classical pieces recorded and produced by David Rosenthal; Music Copying: John Leonard
Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations and Bill Coyle; Dance Press Representation: Ellen Jacobs Associates; Casting: Binder Casting and Sarah Prosser; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Production Associate: Jesse Huot and Ginger Montel; Marketing: TMG - The Marketing Group; Dance Captain: Meg Paul and Rod McCune; Research/Historian: Gregory Victor; Drill Instruction: Stephan Wolfert; Photographer: Joan Marcus
Benjamin G. Bowman James
Michael Cavanaugh Lead Vocals
Elizabeth Parkinson Brenda
Keith Roberts Tony
John Selya Eddie
Ashley Tuttle Judy Alternate
Scott Wise Sergeant O'Leary
Drill Sergeant
Mark Arvin Ensemble
Karine Bageot Ensemble
Alexander Brady Ensemble
Holly Cruikshank Ensemble
Brenda Alternate
Ron DeJesus Ensemble
Melissa Downey Ensemble
Pascale Faye Ensemble
Scott Fowler Ensemble
David Gomez Ensemble
Tony Alternate
William Marrie Eddie Alternate
Rod McCune Ensemble
Jill Nicklaus Ensemble
Rika Okamoto Ensemble
Wade Preston Lead Vocals Alternate
Dana Stackpole Judy Alternate
Swings: Andrew Allagree, Aliane Baquerot, Laurie Kanyok, William Marrie, Meg Paul, Lawrence Rabson, Dana Stackpole and John J. Todd
Understudies: Andrew Allagree (Eddie), Karine Bageot (Brenda), Alexander Brady (James), Holly Cruikshank (Brenda), Ron DeJesus (Tony), Scott Fowler (James), David Gomez (Tony), William Marrie (Eddie), Meg Paul (Judy), Lawrence Rabson (Eddie), Dana Stackpole (Judy) and John J. Todd (Sergeant O'Leary)
Tony Award®
 2003 Best Musical [nominee]
Produced by James L. Nederlander, Hal Luftig, Scott E. Nederlander, Terry Allen Kramer, Clear Channel Entertainment and Emanuel Azenberg
 2003 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
John Selya
 2003 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Elizabeth Parkinson
 2003 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Michael Cavanaugh
 2003 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Keith Roberts
 2003 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Ashley Tuttle
 2003 Best Lighting Design [nominee]
Donald Holder
winner 2003 Best Choreography [winner]
Twyla Tharp
 2003 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Twyla Tharp
winner 2003 Best Orchestrations [winner]
Billy Joel
winner 2003 Best Orchestrations [winner]
Stuart Malina
Theatre World
nominee 2003 Award [recipient]
John Selya
Drama Desk Award
 2003 Outstanding New Musical [nominee]
Produced by James L. Nederlander, Hal Luftig, Scott E. Nederlander, Terry Allen Kramer, Clear Channel Entertainment and Emanuel Azenberg
 2003 Outstanding Actor in a Musical [nominee]
John Selya
 2003 Outstanding Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Elizabeth Parkinson
winner 2003 Oustanding Choreography [winner]
Choreographed by Twyla Tharp
 2003 Outstanding Director of a Musical [nominee]
Directed by Twyla Tharp
 2003 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Donald Holder
music by Billy Joel; lyrics by Billy Joel
ACT 1Sung By
It's Still Rock and Roll to Me The Company
Scenes from an Italian Restaurant Brenda, Eddie, Tony, James, Judy, Sergeant O'Leary and Ensemble
Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) Tony, Eddie, James and Sergeant O'Leary
Reverie (Villa D'Este)/Just the Way You Are James, Judy and Ensemble
For the Longest Time/Uptown Girl Brenda, Eddie, Tony and Ensemble
This Night Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
Summer, Highland Falls Eddie, Brenda, Tony and Ensemble
Waltz #1 (Nunley's Carousel) Tony, Eddie, James, Drill Sergeant and Ensemble
We Didn't Start the Fire Judy, Brenda, James, Tony, Eddie and Ensemble
She's Got a Way Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
The Stranger Judy and Ensemble
Elegy (The Great Peconic) Judy, Brenda, Tony, Eddie, Drill Sergeant and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Invention in C Minor Eddie and Ensemble
Angry Young Man Eddie and Ensemble
Big Shot Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
Big Man on Mulberry Street Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
Captain Jack Eddie and Ensemble
Innocent Man Eddie and Ensemble
Pressure Judy, Eddie and Ensemble
Goodnight Saigon Eddie, Judy, James, Tony and Ensemble
Air (Dublinesque) Brenda
Shameless Brenda and Tony
James Judy and Eddie
RiverofDreams/KeepingtheFaith/OnlytheGoodDieYoung Eddie and Ensemble
I've Loved These Days Tony, Brenda, Eddie and Ensemble
Scenes from an Italian Restaurant (Reprise)Full Company