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St. James Theatre, (12/26/1960 - 12/16/1961)
54th Street Theatre, (12/25/1961 - 1/13/1962)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 26, 1960    
Closing Date: Jan 13, 1962 Total Performances: 400

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: New York, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. Now.
Comments: On layoff from July 24 - August 21, 1961.



Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (Samuel H. Schwartz)
Produced by David Merrick; Associate Producer: Jones Harris
Musical Director: Lehman Engel; Book by Garson Kanin; Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green; Music orchestrated by Luther Henderson; Vocal arrangements and vocal direction by Buster Davis; Dance arrangements by David Baker
Directed by Garson Kanin; Choreographed by Marc Breaux and Deedee Wood; Associate Director: William Hammerstein
Theatre sound and acoustical facilities engineered by Richard H. Ranger; Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Irene Sharaff; Lighting Design by Al Alloy; Coiffures by Michel Kazan
Company Manager: Vince McKnight; General Manager: Jack Schlissel
General Stage Manager: Bernard Gersten; Stage Manager: May Muth; Production Supervisor: Neil Hartley
Head Copyist: Brick Fleagle; Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek
Press Representative: Bill Doll; Casting Director: Michael Shurtleff; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company and Fred Golden
Cast
Phil SilversHubert Cram
Nancy WalkerKay Cram
David BurnsBrains Berman
Nancy DussaultTilda Mullen
George GivotSkin Demopoulos
George MathewsFatso O'Rear
John ReardonJohn Henry Wheeler
Marilynn AllwynA Casa Girl
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
Doria AvilaMember of the Public
Diane BallA Casa Girl
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
Chad BlockJames Russell Lowell, IV
Marilyn ChildThelma Berman
Frank DerbasA Waiter
Member of the Public
Sandra DevlinA Casa Girl
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
David GoldThe Interviewer
Member of the Public
Edward GraceSenator Redfield
Member of the Public
Regina GrovesA Casa Girl
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
Stuart HodesThe Photographer
Member of the Public
Curtis HoodMember of the Public
Daniel JasinskiMember of the Public
Marc JordanThe Headwaiter
Fatso's Lawyer
Member of the Public
Patti KarrDance Team
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
Betty KentA Swinger
Gretchen
Member of the Public
Ray KirchnerDance Team
The Sumo Student
Member of the Public
Barbara LangMember of the Public
Josephine LangMember of the Public
Al LewisMoe Shtarker
Albert LinvilleThe Recording Engineer
Senator Rogers
Ken MaloneMember of the Public
Jim MarleyMember of the Public
Bob McClureThe Maitre D'
A Commentator
Member of the Public
James MooreMember of the Public
Al NesorWolfie
Dawn NickersonMember of the Public
Ed PfeifferMember of the Public
Carolyn RagainiMarsha
Member of the Public
Steve RolandLou
The Chief Counsel
Member of the Public
Donna SandersA Swinger
Member of the Public
Suzanne ShawA Swinger
Member of the Public
Carol StevensA Casa Girl
Wheeler's Secretary
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
Allan StevensonA Commentator
Liza StuartMember of the Public
Dean TaliaferroA Casa Girl
Wheeler's Secretary
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
Pat TolsonBrains' Lawyer
Member of the Public
Nancy Van RijnA Casa Girl
An Animal Girl
Member of the Public
Richard YoungMember of the Public
Standby: Bernie West (Hubert Cram)
Understudies: David Gold (James Russell Lowell, IV), Marc Jordan (Wolfie), Patti Karr (Kay Cram), Al Lewis (Fatso O'Rear), Jim Marley (Brains Berman, Moe Shtarker), Al Nesor (Skin Demopoulos) and Dawn Nickerson (Tilda Mullen)
Theatre World
winner 1961 Award [recipient] 
  Nancy Dussault
Tony Award®
 1961 Best Musical [nominee] 
 Book by Garson Kanin ;  Music by Jule Styne ;  Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green ;  Produced by David Merrick
 1961 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee] 
  Phil Silvers
 1961 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Nancy Walker
 1961 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Nancy Dussault
 1961 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee] 
  Garson Kanin
music by Jule Styne; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
ACT 1 Sung By
Waiting, WaitingKay Cram
All You Need Is a QuarterThe Swingers
Take a JobHubie and Kay Cram
It's LegitimateHubie, Fatso O'Rear, Brains Berman, Skin Demopoulos and the Loaders
I Know About LoveJohn Henry Wheeler
The AuditionsMarsha, Lou and Gretchen
Cry Like the WindTilda Mullen
AmbitionHubie and Tilda Mullen
SuccessThe Tilda Mullen Fans, Tilda Mullen, Hubie, Fatso O'Rear, Brains Berman and Skin Demopoulos
FireworksTilda Mullen and John Henry Wheeler
What's New at the ZooTilda Mullen and Animal Girls
Asking for YouJohn Henry Wheeler
The Late, Late ShowHubie
ACT 2 Sung By
AdventureHubie and Kay Cram
Make Someone HappyJohn Henry Wheeler and Tilda Mullen
Don't Be Ashamed of a TeardropHubie, Fatso O'Rear, Brains Berman and Skin Demopoulos
V.I.P.The Public and Hubie
All of My LIfeHubie
FinaleHubie, Kay Cram and Company