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Christine   

 
46th Street Theatre, (4/28/1960 - 5/08/1960)
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Opening Date: Apr 28, 1960    
Closing Date: May 08, 1960 Total Performances: 12

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The little town of Akbarabad, India. Present.



Production Staff
Produced by Oscar S. Lerman and Martin B. Cohen; Produced in association with Walter Cohen; Associate Producer: Ben Frye
Book by Pearl S. Buck and Charles K. Peck, Jr.; Based on the 1945 novel "My Indian Family" by Hilda Wernher; Music by Sammy Fain; Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster; Vocal arrangements by Trude Rittman; Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman; Music orchestrated by Phil Lang; Musical Director: Jay Blackton
Directed by Jerome Chodorov; Choreographed by Hanya Holm
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Alvin Colt; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Hair Design by Ernest Adler
Production Stage Manager: Charles Atkin; Stage Manager: Fred Smith
Associate Conductor: Sam Farber
Press Representative: Frank Goodman, Ben Washer and Leo Stern
Cast
John AnaniaServant to Dr. Singh
The Priest
Singing Ensemble
Nancy AndrewsAuntie
Laurie ArcherAmora
Prospective Bride
Dancing Ensemble
Bea BarrettSinging Ensemble
BhaskarRainath
Nicholas BianchiServant to Mohan Roy
Singing Ensemble
Sandra BowmanDancing Ensemble
Diana CortoSinging Ensemble
Joseph CrawfordBeggar
Singing Ensemble
Steve CurryKrishna
Marceline DeckerSinging Ensemble
Anajil DeviThe Twin
Prospective Bride
Dancing Ensemble
Vito DuranteDancing Ensemble
Tony GardellServant to Dr. Singh
Singing Ensemble
Luis Robert HernandezChildren of the Town
Leslye HunterJaya
JinjaLakshmi
Prospective Bride
Dancing Ensemble
Daniel KeyesDr. MacGowan
Josephine LangSinging Ensemble
Dino LaudicinaDancing Ensemble
Phil LeedsUncle
Donna LynChildren of the Town
Mai-LanTara
Prospective Bride
Dancing Ensemble
Morley MeredithDr. Rashil Singh
Jonathan MorrisMohan Roy
Jen NelsonSinging Ensemble
Joseph NelsonDancing Ensemble
Maureen O'HaraLady Christine FitzSimons
Janet PavekSita Roy
Alan PetersonDancing Ensemble
Louis PolacekStation Master
Singing Ensemble
Jan RhodesChildren of the Town
Augie RiosRajendra
Joe RoccoDancing Ensemble
Jonalee SanfordDancing Ensemble
SashaThe Twin
Prospective Bride
Dancing Ensemble
Gil SchwartzDancing Ensemble
Arthur TookoyanServant to Dr. Singh
Singing Ensemble
Barbara WebbThe Matchmaker
Singing Ensemble
music by Sammy Fain; lyrics by Paul Francis Webster
ACT 1 Sung By
Welcome SongAuntie, Uncle, Rainath, Children and Chorus
My Indian FamilyLady Christine FitzSimons
A Doctor's SoliloquyDr. Rashil Singh
My Little Lost GirlChildren
UNICEF SongThe Children
My Little Lost GirlDr. Rashil Singh
I'm Just a Little SparrowJaya, Auntie, Rajendra, Servants and Children
We're Just a Pair of SparrowsLady Christine FitzSimons and Jaya
How to Pick a Man a WifeAuntie and Uncle
The Lovely Girls of AkbarabadThe Matchmaker and Chorus
Room in My HeartLady Christine FitzSimons
The Divali FestivalRainath, Dancers and Singers
I Never Meant to Fall in LoveLady Christine FitzSimons and Dr. Rashil Singh
ACT 2 Sung By
Freedom Can Be a Most Uncomfortable ThingAuntie and Friends
Ireland Was Never Like ThisLady Christine FitzSimons and Dancers
He Loves HerSita Roy
ChristineDr. Rashil Singh
Room in My Heart (Reprise) Lady Christine FitzSimons
Freedom Can Be a Most Uncomfortable Thing (Reprise) Auntie and Uncle
The Woman I was BeforeLady Christine FitzSimons
A Doctor's Soliloquy (Reprise) Lady Christine FitzSimons and Dr. Rashil Singh
I Never Meant to Fall in Love (Reprise) Dr. Rashil Singh and Lady Christine FitzSimons