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Barefoot Boy With Cheek   

 
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 [See More]
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
Staged by George Abbott; Choreographed by Richard Barstow
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Alvin Colt
General Manager: Charles Harris
Stage Manager: Dan Sattler and Fred Hearn; General Stage Manager: Robert Griffith
Orchestra Manager: Philip Palmer
Press Representative: Richard Maney and Ned Armstrong
Cast
Betty AbbottSinger
Jerry AustenKermit McDermott
Adrienne AyeSinger
James BowieSinger
Harvey BraunSinger
Solen BurryBoris Fiveyearplan
Red ButtonsShyster Fiscal
Dean CampbellSinger
Jean Marie CaplesDancer
Mary Lee CarrellSinger
Leonard ClaretDancer
Carol ColemanSinger
Philip CoolidgeProfessor Schultz
Douglas DeaneDancer
Robert EdwinSinger
Cpl. Tommy FarrellMuskie Pike
Beverly FiteSinger
Nell FosterSinger
Nathaniel FreySecond Band Member
Singer
Harris GondellFirst Band Member
Singer
June GrahamDancer
Ellen HanleyClothilde Pfefferkorn
Mary Bly HarwoodDancer
Patrick KingdonFreshman
Ray KirchnerDancer
Marion KohlerSinger
James LaneBartender
Gay LaurenceSinger
John LavertyDancer
John LeslieSinger
Louisa LewisDancer
Marcia MaierDancer
Abbe MarshallSinger
Ellen MartinSinger
Dusty McCaffreyDancer
Benjamin MillerEino Fflliikkiinnenn
Ray MorrisseySinger
Ben MurphyVan Varsity
Robert NeukumSinger
David NewmanDancer
Audrey PetersDancer
Alfred PorterSinger
Tommy RandallDancer
Billy RedfieldAsa Hearthrug
Walter RinnerSinger
Marten SamethPlaywright
Singer
Jean SincereSinger
Shirley VanPeggy Hepp
Nancy WalkerYetta Samovar
Pamela WardSinger
Billie Lou WattNoblesse Oblige
Loren WelchCharlie Convertible
Jack WilliamsRoger Hailfellow
Doris YorkDancer
Theatre World
winner 1947 Award [recipient] 
  Ellen Hanley
music by Sidney Lippman; lyrics by Sylvia Dee
ACT 1 Sung By
A Toast to Alpha CholeraFraternity Men
We Feel Our Man is Definitely YouShyster Fiscal, Roger Hailfellow and Fraternity Men
The Legendary Eino FflliikkiinnenEino Fflliikkiinnenn, Asa Hearthrug and Fraternity Men
Too Nice a Day to Go to SchoolKermit McDermott, Peggy Hepp, Charlie Convertible, Van Varsity and Students
I Knew I'd KnowClothilde Pfefferkorn
I'll Turn a Little CogYetta 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 LoveClothilde Pfefferkorn and Asa Hearthrug
Little Yetta's Gonna Get a ManYetta Samovar
Alice in BoogielandMuskie Pike, Peggy Hepp, Shyster Fiscal and Roger Hailfellow
ACT 2 Sung By
After Graduation DayCharlie 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 CarrotAsa Hearthrug and Eino Fflliikkiinnenn
When You Are EighteenClothilde Pfefferkorn
Star of the North Star StateStudents
I Knew I'd Know (Reprise) Clothilde Pfefferkorn
It Couldn't Be Done (But We Did It)Entire Company