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Shubert Theatre, (12/22/1958 - 2/07/1959)
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Opening Date: Dec 22, 1958    
Closing Date: Feb 07, 1959 Total Performances: 56

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical comedy in two acts
Setting: Present time near an Indian reservation in northern Montana.



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Cy Feuer and Ernest H. Martin
Book by Cy Feuer, Ernest H. Martin and Dan Cushman; Based on "Stay Away, Joe" by Dan Cushman; Music by Moose Charlap; Lyrics by Norman Gimbel; Music and Vocal Director: Stanley Lebowsky; Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang; Dance arrangements by Peter Matz
Directed by Cy Feuer; Choreographed by Onna White
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Anna Hill Johnstone; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Associate Scenic Design: John Harvey; Hair Stylist Grady Bundrick; Make-up Supervisor: Robert O'Bradovich
General Manager: Ira Bernstein
Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: Lawrence Kasha
General Press Representative: Karl Bernstein; Press Representative: Ben Kornzweig
Cast
Mari ArnellReservation Resident
AsiaBillie Mae Littlehorse
Ann BarryMarlene Standing Rattle
Reservation Resident
Edward BeckerFirst Stranger
Reservation Resident
Jeanna BelkinReservation Resident
Socrates BirskySecond Stranger
Reservation Resident
Tim BrownReservation Resident
Sandra DevlinReservation Resident
Eleanor DianReservation Resident
Tina FayeReservation Resident
Paul FordKarl Kellenbach
Tony GardellMatthew Bearchaser
Medicine Man
Reservation Resident
Martha GraneseReservation Resident
H. F. GreenReservation Resident
Susan JohnsonGlenda Swenson
Salvador JuarezReservation Resident
Robert KarlTeenager
Reservation Resident
P.J. KellyGran'pere
Michael KermoyanJiggs Rock Medicine
Robert LennHotel Proprietor
Reservation Resident
Earl LippyJustice of the Peace
Reservation Resident
Julienne MarieMary Champlain
Rae McLeanReservation Resident
Danny MeehanGeorge Potter
Paul MichaelBaptiste Three Bird
Michelle NewtonReservation Resident
Estelle ParsonsReservation Resident
Yolanda PoropatReservation Resident
Thomas RaskinWalt Stephenpierre
Reservation Resident
Wallace RooneyClyde Walschmidt
Tony RosaReservation Resident
Bobby ShieldsBix Winter Owl
Juke Box Voice
Marla StevensReservation Resident
Sylvia SymsAnnie Champlain
Ben VargasReservation Resident
Romo VincentLouis Champlain
Vera WaltonMrs. Kellenbach
Jackie WarnerDub Winter Owl
Barbara WebbReservation Resident
Steve WilandState Trooper
Reservation Resident
Ralph YoungJoe Champlain
Understudies: Mari Arnell (Mary Champlain), Sandra Devlin (Billie Mae Littlehorse), H. F. Green (Baptiste Three Bird, Louis Champlain), Robert Karl (Bix Winter Owl, Dub Winter Owl), Michael Kermoyan (Joe Champlain), Earl Lippy (Clyde Walschmidt, Gran'pere), Estelle Parsons (Glenda Swenson, Mrs. Kellenbach), Thomas Raskin (Jiggs Rock Medicine), Jackie Warner (George Potter) and Barbara Webb (Annie Champlain)
Tony Award®
 1959 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Julienne Marie
 1959 Best Choreography [nominee] 
  Onna White
music by Moose Charlap; lyrics by Norman Gimbel
ACT 1 Sung By
Glenda's PlaceGlenda Swenson and Indians
When the Tall Man TalksGlenda Swenson
Nobody Throw Those BullLouis Champlain and Indians
Rocky Boy CeremonialMedicine Man and Members of the Tribe
Love EyesJoe Champlain
MenGlenda Swenson
Never BeforeMary Champlain
Caress Me, Posses Me PerfumeJuke Box Voice
FlatteryJoe Champlain and Glenda Swenson
The Girl in His ArmsJuke Box Voice
The Best of What This Country's GotGeorge Potter
ACT 2 Sung By
I Wash My HandsJoe Champlain, Mary Champlain, Jiggs Rock Medicine and Walt Stephenpierre
Quarrel-tetGlenda Swenson, Joe Champlain, Proprietor and Walt Stephenpierre
Sorry for MyselfAnnie Champlain
'Til the Big Fat Moon Falls DownMary Champlain, Billie Mae Littlehorse and Friends
What I Mean to SayGeorge Potter
MontanaGlenda Swenson
She or HerJoe Champlain