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Pal Joey   

Broadhurst Theatre, (1/03/1952 - 4/18/1953)
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Opening Date: Jan 03, 1952    
Closing Date: Apr 18, 1953 Total Performances: 540

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A Musical Comedy in Two Acts
Setting: Chicago, in the late 1930s.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization; Theatre Operated by the Affiliated Theatre Building Co., Inc.
Produced by Jule Styne and Leonard Key; Produced in association with Anthony B. Farrell
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Book by John O'Hara; Special orchestrations by Don Walker; Musical Director: Max Meth; Ballet arrangements by Oscar Kosarin; Original orchestrations by Hans Spialek
Production Supervised by Robert Alton; Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Robert Alton; Book Directed by David Alexander
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark
Company Manager: Michael Goldreyer
Production Manager: Rose Goldstein; Technical Supervisor: Peggy Clark; Production Stage Manager: Neil Hartley; Stage Manager: Barry Ryan
Music Contractor: Sol Gusikoff
Press Representative: John L. Toohey; Production Associate: Emil Katzka; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner; Casting: Howard Hoyt
Harold LangJoey Evans
Vivienne SegalVera Simpson
Helen GallagherGladys Bumps
Lionel StanderLudlow Lowell
Harry AsmusDancer
Eleanor BoleynSandra
Lewis BolyardLouis
The Tenor
Bonnie BraeDancer
Hank BrunjesDancer
Phyllis DorneMickey
Eleanor FairchildDancer
Robert FortierVictor
Jean GoodallDancer
Clarke GordonStage Manager
T. J. HalliganCommissioner O'Brien
Peter HolmesDancer
Patty Ann JacksonDancer
Lynn JoelsonDottie
Helene KellerDancer
Frances KrellDiane
Ray KyleDancer
Ina LearnerDancer
Ethel MartinDancer
George MartinWaiter
June McCainDancer
Buzz MillerDancer
David NeumanDancer
Barbara NicholsValerie
Pat NorthropLinda English
Gloria O'MalleyFrancine
Gordon PetersErnest
Barry RyanDelivery Boy
Stanley SimmonsDancer
Elaine StritchMelba Snyder
Thelma TadlockAmarilla
Rita TannoAdele
Norma ThorntonDancer
George VosburghDancer
Janyce Ann WagnerAgnes
Jack WaldronMike Spears
Helen WoodKid
Understudies: Reed Allyn (Commissioner O'Brien, Ernest), Bob Fosse (Joey Evans), T. J. Halligan (Mike Spears, The Tenor), Patty Ann Jackson (Kid), Lynn Joelson (Gladys Bumps) and David Neuman (Victor)
Tony Award®
winner 1952 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [winner] 
  Helen Gallagher
winner 1952 Best Choreography [winner] 
  Robert Alton
winner 1952 Conductor and Musical Director [winner] 
 Musical Director: Max Meth
ACT 1 Sung By
You Mustn't Kick It AroundJoey Evans, Gladys Bumps and Boys and Girls
I Could Write A BookJoey Evans and Linda English
That Terrific RainbowGladys Bumps, Victor and Boys and Girls
What Is A Man?Vera Simpson
Happy Hunting HornJoey Evans, Norma, Robert, George, Buzz, Boys and Girls
Bewitched, Bothered, BewilderedVera Simpson
Pal JoeyJoey Evans
Joey Looks Into The FutureEntire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Flower Garden of My HeartThe Tenor, Gladys Bumps, George Martin and Boys and Girls
ZipMelba Snyder
Plant You Now, Dig You LaterGladys Bumps and Boys and Girls
In Our Little Den (of Iniquity)Vera Simpson and Joey Evans
A Dance RehearsalBoys and Girls
Do It The Hard WayJoey Evans
Take HimLinda English and Vera Simpson
Bewitched, Bothered, Bewildered (Reprise) Vera Simpson
I Could Write A Book (Reprise) Entire Company