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Ziegfeld Follies of 1957   

 
Winter Garden Theatre, (3/01/1957 - 6/15/1957)
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Opening Date: Mar 01, 1957    
Closing Date: Jun 15, 1957 Total Performances: 123

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts



Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Mark Kroll and Charles Conaway
Sketches by Arnie Rosen, Coleman Jacoby, David Rogers, Alan Jeffreys and Maxwell Grant; Music by Jack Lawrence, Richard Myers, Herman Hupfeld, Howard Dietz, Sammy Fain, David Rogers, Colin Romoff, Dean Fuller, Marshall Barer, Carolyn Leigh, Philip Springer, Tony Velone, Larry Spier and Uhpio Minucci; Lyrics by Jack Lawrence, Richard Myers, Herman Hupfeld, Howard Dietz, Sammy Fain, David Rogers, Colin Romoff, Dean Fuller, Marshall Barer, Carolyn Leigh, Philip Springer, Tony Velone, Larry Spier and Uhpio Minucci; Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett, Bill Stegmeyer, Joe Glover and Bob Noelneter; Dance arrangements by Rene Weigert; Vocal arrangements by Earl Rogers; Musical Director: Max Meth; Sketch Editor: Arnold Auerbach; Additional numbers by Beatrice Lillie; Featuring songs by Sid Wayne and Dee Libbey; Featuring songs with lyrics by Dee Libbey
Directed by John Kennedy; Musical Staging by Frank Wagner
Scenic Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Costume Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Lighting Design by Paul Morrison; Assistant to Mr. Du Bois (costumes): Waldo Angelo; Assistant to Mr. Du Bois (scenery): Robert Randolph
Company Manager: Morry Efron
Production Stage Manager: Milton Stern; Stage Manager: Bruce Laffey; Assistant Stage Mgr: William Hellinger
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Henri Berchmann
Press Representative: Karl Bernstein and Anne Sloper; Assistant to the Director: Milton Stern; Asst. to the Choreographer: Merritt Thompson; Press Assistant: Bob Feinberg
Cast
Beatrice LillieThe Lady
Hostess
Singer
The Rajah's Favorite
Lucille
Kabuki Lil
The Original Cast
Billy DeWolfeMr. Wedgecliffe
Juvenile Delinquent
Harriet
Singer
The Original Cast
Vicki BarrettTenè Street Sheik
Dancer
Billie BensingZiegfeldian
Bob BernardDancer
James BrooksTenè Street Sheik
Dancer
Roberta BrownZiegfeld Girl
Ron CecillDancer
Ruth ChamberlainDancer
Denise ColletteZiegfeld Girl
Allan ConroyEscort
Dancer
Allan CraineDancer
Dorothy D'HonauDancer
Mary Jane DoerrBetty
Dancer
Wisa D'OrsoTenè Street Sheik
Dancer
Ann DrakeZiegfeld Girl
Robert FeytiPassenger
Ziegfeldian
Charlotte FoleySecretary
First Girl
Ziegfeld Girl
Tony FrancoZiegfeldian
Pat GastonZiegfeld Girl
Bette GrahamPassenger
Ziegfeldian
Chuck GreenTenè Street Sheik
Singer
Ziegfeldian
Nancy HachenbergTenè Street Sheik
Page Girl
Dancer
Barbara HallZiegfeld Girl
Marcia HewittDancer
Faith HiltonZiegfeldian
Frances KollZiegfeldian
Gloria KristyZiegfeld Girl
Bruce LaffeyWaiter
Hugh LambertTenè Street Sheik
Dancer
Harold LangDancer
Singer
The Boy
Carol LawrenceNautch Dancer
Singer
Jack LeighDancer
Bob LesliePassenger
Agent
Larry LesliePassenger
Micki MarloSinger
Julie MarloweTenè Street Sheik
Dancer
Jay Marshall
Ted MonsonDancer
Jane MorganLola La Moundsville
Singer
John PhilipPassenger
Maitre D'
The Rajah
The Original Cast
Ed PowellTenè Street Sheik
Singer
Announcer
Ziegfeldian
Lou RichardsTenè Street Sheik
Dancer
Susan ShauteSecond Girl
Ziegfeldian
Sylvia ShayDancer
Jim StevensonTenè Street Sheik
Singer
Ziegfeldian
Rod StrongTenè Street Sheik
Dancer
Merritt ThompsonDancer
Gini TurnerDancer
Gene VarroneTenè Street Sheik
Singer
Ziegfeldian
Shirley VincentDancer
Paula WayneZiegfeldian
Nancy WestbrookZiegfeld Girl
Helen WoodDancer
Singer
The Girl
Understudies: Vicki Barrett (Nautch Dancer, Page Girl, Singer), Ron Cecill (Dancer, Singer, The Boy), Mary Jane Doerr (Dancer, Singer, The Girl), Nancy Hachenberg (Second Girl, Ziegfeldian), Frances Koll (Lola La Moundsville, Singer), Bruce Laffey (Passenger, Ziegfeldian), Ed Powell (Agent, The Rajah), Susan Shaute (First Girl, Secretary, Ziegfeld Girl), Gene Varrone (Maitre D'), Paula Wayne (Singer) and Gene Wesson (Harriet, Juvenile Delinquent, Mr. Wedgecliffe, Singer, The Original Cast)
Tony Award®
 1958 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Beatrice Lillie

ACT 1
Bring on the Girls
(music by Richard Myers; lyrics by Jack Lawrence)
Double Indemnity
(music by Alan Jeffreys and Maxwell Grant; lyrics by Alan Jeffreys and Maxwell Grant)
If You Got Music
(music by Colin Romoff; lyrics by David Rogers)
The Lover in Me
(music by Philip Springer; lyrics by Carolyn Leigh)
I Don't Wanna Rock
(music by Colin Romoff; lyrics by David Rogers)
Music for Madame
(music by Richard Myers; lyrics by Jack Lawrence)
Intoxication
(music by Dean Fuller; lyrics by Marshall Barer)
Song of India
ACT 2
Two a Day On the Milky Way
(music by Dean Fuller; lyrics by Marshall Barer)
Salesmanship
(music by Philip Springer; lyrics by Carolyn Leigh)
Honorable Mambo
(music by Dean Fuller; lyrics by Marshall Barer)
Miss Follies
(music by Colin Romoff; lyrics by David Rogers)
Make Me
(music by Tony Velone, Larry Spier and Uhpio Minucci; lyrics by Tony Velone, Larry Spier and Uhpio Minucci)
Miss (All You Don't Catch) Follies of 192_
(music by Herman Hupfeld; lyrics by Herman Hupfeld)
An Element of Doubt
(music by Sammy Fain; lyrics by Howard Dietz)
My Late, Late Lady (parody of My Fair Lady)
(music by Dean Fuller; lyrics by Marshall Barer)
Finale
(music by Richard Myers; lyrics by Jack Lawrence)