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Regina   

 
46th Street Theatre , (10/31/1949 - 12/16/1949)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Oct 31, 1949   
Closing Date:Dec 16, 1949 Total Performances:56

Category: Musical, Drama, Opera, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Robert Dowling; Theatre Manager: Louis A. Lotito
Produced by Cheryl Crawford; Produced in association with Clinton Wilder
Music by Marc Blitzstein; Libretto by Marc Blitzstein; Libretto based on "The Little Foxes" by Lillian Hellman; Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel; Music orchestrated by Marc Blitzstein
Staged by Robert Lewis; Choreographed by Anna Sokolow
Scenic Design by Horace Armistead; Costume Design by Aline Bernstein; Lighting Design by Charles Elson
Stage Manager: Jules Racine
Pianist: Marion Carley; Violinist: Alfred Bruning; Angel Band (trumpet): William Dillard; Angel Band (banjo): Bernard Addison; Angel Band (clarinet): Buster Bailey; Angel Band (drums): Rudy Nichols; Angel Band (trombone): Benny Morton; Conducted by Maurice Abravanel
Cast
Wana Allison Dancer
Robert Anderson Townsperson
Kay Borron Townsperson
Karl Brock Townsperson
Lillyn Brown Addie
Ellen Carleen Townsperson
Sara Carter Townsperson
Donald Clarke Marshall
Clarise Crawford Belle
Keith Davis Townsperson
William Dillard
Trumpet
Jazz
Joan Engel Dancer
Isabelle Felder Townsperson
Barbara Ferguson Dancer
Kate Friedlich Dancer
Priscilla Gillette Alexandra Giddens
Leo Guerard Dancer
Robert Hanlin Dancer
Philip Hepburn Chinkypin
Brenda Lewis Birdie Hubbard
George Lipton Ben Hubbard
Derek MacDermot Townsperson
Earl McDonald Townsperson
Barbara Moser Townsperson
Kayton Nesbitt Townsperson
Russell Nype Leo Hubbard
Jane Pickens Regina Giddens
Regis Powers Dancer
Boris Runanin Dancer
Walter Stane Dancer
Lee Sweetland Manders
David Thomas Oscar Hubbard
Peggy Turnley Ethelinda
John Ward Dancer
William Warfield Cal
Gisella Weidner Dancer
Onna White Dancer
William Wilderman Horace Giddens
Theatre World
nominee 1950 Award [recipient]
Priscilla Gillette
Tony Award®
winner 1950 Best Costume Design [winner]
Aline Bernstein
winner 1950 Conductor and Musical Director [winner]
Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel
music by Marc Blitzstein; lyrics by Marc Blitzstein
Prologue (includes "Naught's a Naught") Addie, Cal, Jazz and Alexandra Giddens
ACT 1Sung By
Birdie Birdie Hubbard
Small Talk Regina Giddens, Marshall, Leo Hubbard, Oscar Hubbard, Alexandra Giddens and Ben Hubbard
Goodbyes Oscar Hubbard, Regina Giddens, Marshall and Birdie Hubbard
Big Rich Oscar Hubbard, Ben Hubbard, Regina Giddens and Birdie Hubbard
I Don't Know Regina Giddens, Ben Hubbard and Oscar Hubbard
My, My Oscar Hubbard, Ben Hubbard and Regina Giddens
Away Regina Giddens and Ben Hubbard
The Best Thing of All Regina Giddens and Ben Hubbard
What Will It Be Alexandra Giddens
Birdie and Zan Birdie Hubbard and Alexandra Giddens
Oh, Addie, where are you? Regina Giddens
Deedle-doodle Leo Hubbard
These cee-gars what you looking for, son? Oscar Hubbard, Leo Hubbard and Regina Giddens
Horace's entrance Horace Giddens, Addie and Alexandra Giddens
Greetings Horace Giddens, Addie, Regina Giddens, Oscar Hubbard, Leo Hubbard, Ben Hubbard and Birdie Hubbard
Horace and Regina (includes "Summer Day") Horace Giddens and Regina Giddens
The Business Horace Giddens, Leo Hubbard, Regina Giddens, Ben Hubbard, Alexandra Giddens and Oscar Hubbard
Sing Hubbard Chorus
Chinkypin Jazz
Blues Addie and Birdie Hubbard
Waltz Regina Giddens
Gallop Regina Giddens, Ben Hubbard and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
Rain Quartet ("Make a Quiet Day,""Consider the Rain,""Certainly, Lord") Birdie Hubbard, Alexandra Giddens, Horace Giddens, Addie, Jazz and Chorus
Birdie's Aria (Lionnet) Birdie Hubbard
Horace and Regina Horace Giddens and Regina Giddens
Regina's Aria Regina Giddens and Horace Giddens
Melodrama Ben Hubbard, Oscar Hubbard, Leo Hubbard and Regina Giddens
Greedy Girl Regina Giddens and Ben Hubbard
Horace's Death Regina Giddens, Ben Hubbard, Oscar Hubbard and Alexandra Giddens
Finale (includes "Certainly, Lord") Regina Giddens, Alexandra Giddens, Jazz and Chorus