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Plymouth Theatre , (4/20/1960 - 5/07/1960)
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Opening Date:Apr 20, 1960   
Closing Date:May 07, 1960 Total Performances:21

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Carroll Masterson and Harris Masterson
Book by Woody Allen, Herbert Farjeon and Nina Warner Hook; Featuring songs by Jerry Herman, Jay Thompson, Dickson Hughes, Everett Sloane, Jack Holmes, Mary Rodgers, Paul Klein, Fred Ebb, Norman Martin, William Dyer and Charles Zwar; Featuring songs with lyrics by Jerry Herman, Jay Thompson, Dickson Hughes, Everett Sloane, Jack Holmes, Marshall Barer, Fred Ebb, Norman Martin, Don Parks, Lee Goldsmith and Alan Melville; Musical Director: Milton Greene; Music orchestrated by Jay Brower and Jonathan Tunick; Vocal arrangements by Milton Greene; Dance arrangements by Jack Holmes; "On the Beach" devised by Mark Epstein and Christopher Hewett
Directed by Christopher Hewett; Choreographed by Ray Harrison; Associate Director: Tom Hansen
Scenic Design by Fred Voelpel; Costume Design by Fred Voelpel; Lighting Design by Fred Voelpel; Miss Gingold's Couturier Gowns by Scaasi; Hair Design by Serge Casal
General Manager: Al Goldin
Production Stage Manager: Fred Hearn; Stage Manager: Joseph Olney; Assistant Stage Mgr: Edwin Aldridge
Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek
General Press Representative: Irvin Dorfman; Press Representative: Jane Randall; Assistant to the Producer: Irl Mowery
Cast
Hermione Gingold Performer
Grandmother
Girl
Mrs. Twiceover
Alicia Cadwallader-Smith
She
Governess
Alvin Epstein Narrator
Sergeant
Boy
Colonel Spicer
Child
Performer
Louise Hoff Performer
Mother
The Star
Head Nanny
Myrna
Woman
Elliott Reid Performer
Father
The Director
Baron von Klaptrap
He
Kelly Brown Performer
Average Man
Balloon
Gentleman
Child
Harry
"Red Shoes" Dancer
Stuart Damon Performer
Son
Medic
The Writer
A Man
Child
Bob Dishy Enemy
Patsy
Child
Performer
Fred
Isabelle Farrell One More Pill
Lady
Nanny
Performer
Rita
"Red Shoes" Dancer
Michael Fesco Performer
Vitamin
Medic
Balloon
Gentleman
Child
"Red Shoes" Dancer
Larry Hovis Private
Performer
"Red Shoes" Dancer
Nora Kovach Performer
Sexaphine
Balloon
A Stranger
Nanny
Ruthie
Doug Spingler Performer
Vitamin
Private
Balloon
Gentleman
Child
"Red Shoes" Dancer
Paula Stewart Performer
Daughter
Child
Blonde
Beryl Towbin Performer
Benzabang
Balloon
Lady
Alice
Nanny
Linda
"Red Shoes" Dancer
Virginia Vestoff Performer
Pilltown
Balloon
Lady
Nanny
Virginia
"Red Shoes" Dancer

ACT 1
Best Gold
(music by Jerry Herman; lyrics by Jerry Herman)
Pill Parade
(music by Jay Thompson; lyrics by Jay Thompson)
Narrator, Average Man, Vitamin, Benzabang, Pilltown, Sexaphine and One More Pill
Togetherness
(music by Dickson Hughes and Everett Sloane; lyrics by Dickson Hughes and Everett Sloane)
Grandmother, Father, Mother, Daughter and Son
Balloons
(music by Jack Holmes; lyrics by Jack Holmes)
Hire a Guy
(music by Mary Rogers; lyrics by Marshall Barer)
The Star, The Director, The Writer and Patsy
Interlude
(music by Jack Holmes; lyrics by Jack Holmes)
Lady, Gentleman, A Stranger and A Man
I Said to Love
(music by Paul Klein; lyrics by Fred Ebb)
Charlie
(music by Fred Ebb and Norman Martin; lyrics by Fred Ebb and Norman Martin)
The Sound of Schmaltz
(music by William Dyer; lyrics by Don Parks)
Head Nanny, Nanny, Alicia Cadwallader-Smith, Baron von Klaptrap and Child
ACT 2
Grand Jury Jump
(music by Paul Klein; lyrics by Fred Ebb)
South American Way
(music by Norman Martin; lyrics by Norman Martin and Fred Ebb)
Time Step
(music by Paul Klein; lyrics by Fred Ebb)
Red Shoes
(music by Jack Holmes)
Four for the Road
(music by Paul Klein; lyrics by Lee Goldsmith and Fred Ebb)
What Next?
(music by Charles Zwar; lyrics by Alan Melville)