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Martin Beck Theatre , (4/03/1947 - 7/05/1947)
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Opening Date:Apr 03, 1947   
Closing Date:Jul 05, 1947 Total Performances:108

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Campus of the University of Minnesota.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Martin Beck Theatre Corporation
Produced by George Abbott
Music by Sidney Lippman; Lyrics by Sylvia Dee; Book by Max Shulman; Based on the novel by Max Shulman; Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin; Music orchestrated by Philip Lang; Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock; Assistant Vocal arrang.: Bus Davis
Staged by George Abbott; Choreographed by Richard Barstow
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Alvin Colt; Assistant to Jo Mielziner: John Harvey
General Manager: Charles Harris
Stage Manager: Dan Sattler and Fred Hearn; General Stage Manager: Robert Griffith
Orchestra Manager: Philip Palmer
Assistant to Richard Barstow: Fred Hearn; Press Representative: Richard Maney and Ned Armstrong
Cast
Betty Abbott Singer
Jerry Austen Kermit McDermott
Adrienne Aye Singer
James Bowie Singer
Harvey Braun Singer
Solen Burry Boris Fiveyearplan
Red Buttons Shyster Fiscal
Dean Campbell Singer
Jean Marie Caples Dancer
Mary Lee Carrell Singer
Leonard Claret Dancer
Carol Coleman Singer
Philip Coolidge Professor Schultz
Douglas Deane Dancer
Robert Edwin Singer
Cpl. Tommy Farrell Muskie Pike
Beverly Fite Singer
Nell Foster Singer
Nathaniel Frey Second Band Member
Singer
Harris Gondell First Band Member
Singer
June Graham Dancer
Ellen Hanley Clothilde Pfefferkorn
Mary Bly Harwood Dancer
Patrick Kingdon Freshman
Ray Kirchner Dancer
Marion Kohler Singer
James Lane Bartender
Gay Laurence Singer
John Laverty Dancer
John Leslie Singer
Louisa Lewis Dancer
Marcia Maier Dancer
Abbe Marshall Singer
Ellen Martin Singer
Dusty McCaffrey Dancer
Benjamin Miller Eino Fflliikkiinnenn
Ray Morrissey Singer
Ben Murphy Van Varsity
Robert Neukum Singer
David Newman Dancer
Audrey Peters Dancer
Alfred Porter Singer
Tommy Randall Dancer
Billy Redfield Asa Hearthrug
Walter Rinner Singer
Marten Sameth Playwright
Singer
Jean Sincere Singer
Shirley Van Peggy Hepp
Nancy Walker Yetta Samovar
Pamela Ward Singer
Billie Lou Watt Noblesse Oblige
Loren Welch Charlie Convertible
Jack Williams Roger Hailfellow
Doris York Dancer
Theatre World
nominee 1947 Award [recipient]
Ellen Hanley
music by Sidney Lippman; lyrics by Sylvia Dee
ACT 1Sung By
A Toast to Alpha Cholera Fraternity Men
We Feel Our Man is Definitely You Shyster Fiscal, Roger Hailfellow and Fraternity Men
The Legendary Eino Fflliikkiinnen Eino Fflliikkiinnenn, Asa Hearthrug and Fraternity Men
Too Nice a Day to Go to School Kermit McDermott, Peggy Hepp, Charlie Convertible, Van Varsity and Students
I Knew I'd Know Clothilde Pfefferkorn
I'll Turn a Little Cog Yetta Samovar, Asa Hearthrug, Charlie Convertible, Van Varsity and Singers
Who Do You Think You Are? Kermit McDermott, Asa Hearthrug and Students
Everything Leads Right Back to Love Clothilde Pfefferkorn and Asa Hearthrug
Little Yetta's Gonna Get a Man Yetta Samovar
Alice in Boogieland Muskie Pike, Peggy Hepp, Shyster Fiscal and Roger Hailfellow
ACT 2Sung By
After Graduation Day Charlie Convertible and Students
There's Lots of Things You Can Do With Two (But Not With Three) Yetta Samovar, Shyster Fiscal, Noblesse Oblige, Roger Hailfellow, Asa Hearthrug, Muskie Pike, Dancers and Students
The Story of the Carrot Asa Hearthrug and Eino Fflliikkiinnenn
When You Are Eighteen Clothilde Pfefferkorn
Star of the North Star State Students
I Knew I'd Know (Reprise)Clothilde Pfefferkorn
It Couldn't Be Done (But We Did It) Entire Company