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Martin Beck Theatre , (4/14/1960 - 10/22/1960)
54th Street Theatre , (10/24/1960 - 1/14/1961)
Shubert Theatre , (1/16/1961 - 10/07/1961)
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Opening Date:Apr 14, 1960   
Closing Date:Oct 07, 1961 Total Performances:607

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical comedy in two acts
Setting: New York. Sweet Apple, Ohio.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Martin Beck Estate; Martin Beck General Manager: Louis A. Lotito
Produced by Edward Padula; Produced in association with L. Slade Brown
Book by Michael Stewart; Music by Charles Strouse; Lyrics by Lee Adams; Musical Director: Elliot Lawrence; Music orchestrated by Robert Ginzler; Dance arrangements by John Morris; Additional scoring by Elliot Lawrence
Directed by Gower Champion; Choreographed by Gower Champion; Associate Choreographer: Gene Bayliss
Scenic Design by Robert Randolph; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark; Hair Design by Ernest Adler; Assistant to Mr. White: Elinor Robbins
General Manager: Robert Rapport
Production Stage Manager: Michael Thoma; Stage Manager: Edward Nayor; Assistant Stage Mgr: Elsa Walden
Music Contractor: Stanley Fishelson; Head Copyist: Scott Fisher; Assistant Conductor: Sam Kramer
Film Sequences by Robert J. McCarty; Film Sequences in association with Robert Gaffney
Press Representative: Reuben Rabinovitch; Assistant to Mr. Champion: Tony Mordente; Production Associate: Dorian Granowski; Production Coordinator: Duane Camp; Advertising: Ingram Ash; Vocal Coach: Dori Davis; Photographer: Friedman-Abeles
Cast
Chita Rivera Rose Grant
Dick Van Dyke Albert Peterson
Dick Gautier Conrad Birdie
Paul Lynde Mr. MacAfee
Kay Medford Mae Peterson
Michael J. Pollard Hugo Peabody
Susan Watson Kim MacAfee
Jessica Albright Deborah Sue
Teen Trio
Ed Becker Neighbor
Dish Washer
Vicki Belmonte Martha Louise
Teen Trio
George Blackwell Charles F. Maude
Neighbor
Johnny Borden Randolph MacAfee
Lynn Bowin Suzie
Cheerleader
Kenny Burrell Guitar Man
John Coyle Reporter
Shriner
Dick Crowley Shriner
Dori Davis Old Woman
Jerry Dodge Karl
Barbara Doherty Ursula Merkle
Lada Edmund Penelope Ann
Tracy Everitt Freddie
Don Farnworth Reporter
Shriner
Bud Fleming Shriner
Penny Ann Green Carol
Amelia Haas Mayor's Wife
Neighbor
Lee Howard Reporter
Neighbor
Bar Customer
Gary Howe Peyton
Will Jordan Ed Sullivan's Voice
Judy Keirn Linda
Cheerleader
Allen Knowles Mayor
Shriner
Kasimir Kokich Conductor
Shriner
Ed Kresley Henry
Sharon Lerit Alice
Sad Girl
Marijane Maricle Mrs. MacAfee
Marissa Mason Nancy
Jeannine Masterson Neighbor
Pat McEnnis Mrs. Merkle
Tony Mordente TV Stage Manager
Oran Osburn Neighbor
Bar Customer
Louise Quick Margie Ann
Teen Trio
Charles Nelson Reilly Mr. Henkel
Norma Richardson Gloria Rasputin
Jim Sisco Reporter
Shriner
Bob Spencer Arthur
Dean Stolber Harvey
Michael Vita Harold
Karin Wolfe Helen
Another Sad Girl
Swings: Penny Ann Green and Ed Kresley
Standbys: Carmen Alvarez (Rose Grant) and Charles Nelson Reilly (Albert Peterson)
Understudies: Jessica Albright (Ursula Merkle), Ed Becker (Charles F. Maude), Lynn Bowin (Gloria Rasputin), Don Farnworth (Mayor), Bud Fleming (How to Kill a Man Ballet), Amelia Haas (Mrs. Merkle), Lee Howard (Mr. Henkel, Mr. MacAfee), Ed Kresley (Conrad Birdie), Jeannine Masterson (Mrs. MacAfee), Pat McEnnis (Mae Peterson), Bob Spencer (Harvey), Dean Stolber (Hugo Peabody, Randolph MacAfee), Michael Vita (TV Stage Manager) and Karin Wolfe (Kim MacAfee)
Tony Award®
winner 1961 Best Musical [winner]
Book by Michael Stewart; Music by Charles Strouse; Lyrics by Lee Adams; Produced by Edward Padula; Produced in association with L. Slade Brown
winner 1961 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [winner]
Dick Van Dyke
 1961 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Dick Gautier
 1961 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Chita Rivera
 1961 Best Scenic Design (Musical) [nominee]
Scenic Design by Robert Randolph
winner 1961 Best Choreography [winner]
Gower Champion
winner 1961 Best Direction of a Musical [winner]
Gower Champion
 1961 Best Conductor and Musical Director [nominee]
Musical Director: Elliot Lawrence
music by Charles Strouse; lyrics by Lee Adams
ACT 1Sung By
An English Teacher Rose Grant and Albert Peterson
The Telephone Hour Sweet Apple Kids
How Lovely to Be a Woman Kim MacAfee
We Love You, Conrad! Teen Trio
Put on a Happy Face Albert Peterson and Two Sad Girls
Normal American Boy Rose Grant, Albert Peterson and Chorus
One Boy Kim MacAfee, Deborah Sue, Suzie and Alice
One Boy (Reprise)Rose Grant
Honestly Sincere Conrad Birdie and Townspeople
Hymn for a Sunday Evening Mr. MacAfee, Mrs. MacAfee, Kim MacAfee, Randolph MacAfee and Neighbors
Ballet: How to Kill a Man Rose Grant, Albert Peterson and Company
One Last Kiss Conrad Birdie and Company
ACT 2Sung By
What Did I Ever See in Him? Rose Grant and Kim MacAfee
A Lot of Livin' to Do Conrad Birdie, Kim MacAfee and Teenager
Kids Mr. MacAfee and Mrs. MacAfee
Baby, Talk to Me Albert Peterson and Quartet
Shriners' Ballet Rose Grant and Shriners
Kids (Reprise)Mr. MacAfee, Mrs. MacAfee, Randolph MacAfee and Townspeople
Spanish Rose Rose Grant
Rosie Albert Peterson and Rose Grant