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New Faces of 1962   

 
Alvin Theatre , (2/01/1962 - 2/24/1962)
First Preview:Jan 31, 1962 Total Previews:2
Opening Date:Feb 01, 1962   
Closing Date:Feb 24, 1962 Total Performances:28

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Herman Bernstein
Produced by Carroll Masterson and Harris Masterson
Sketches mostly by Ronny Graham, Paul Lynde, Jean Shepherd, Richard Maury, Joey Carter and R.G. Brown; Music mostly by June Carroll, Arthur Siegel, David Rogers, Mark Bucci, Jack Holmes and Ronny Graham; Lyrics mostly by June Carroll, Arthur Siegel, David Rogers, Mark Bucci, Jack Holmes and Ronny Graham; Dance arrangements by Jack Holmes; Musical Director: Abba Bogin; Music orchestrated by Jay Bower, Mark Bucci, Sy Oliver, Ted Royal and David Terry; Featuring songs by Mavor Moore and William Roy; Featuring songs with lyrics by Michael McWhinney and Jim Fuerst; Additional text by Tony Geiss, Herbert Hartig, Arnie Sultan and Marvin Worth
Conceived by Leonard Sillman; Directed by Leonard Sillman; Sketches co-staged by Richard Maury; Choreography mostly by James Moore
Scenic Design by Marvin Reiss; Costume Design by Thomas Becher; Lighting Design by Marvin Reiss; Hair and Wig Design by Tommy Beratta
General Manager: Richard Horner; Company Manager: Leonard Soloway
Production Stage Manager: Lo Hardin; Technical Consultant: Mortimer Halpern; Stage Manager: Robert Calhoun and Michael Foley; Production Manager: Jacqueline Adams
Music Contractor: Meyer Davis
General Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt
Cast
Tom Arthur Young Man
Dancer
Charles Barlow Passenger
Bishop
Singer
Gringo
Revlonite
Dancer
Folk
R.G. Brown Father
Passenger
Man
Cardinal
Boy
Husband
Mr. Thurman
Johnny
Warren
Roger
Joey Carter George
Foreman
Hymie
Folk Singer
Father
Juan Carlos Copes Second Couple
Child
Dancer
Folk
Jim Corbett Passenger
Third Couple
Child
Foreman
Waiter
Dancer
Revlonite
Man
Folk
Cop
Michael Fesco Pilot
Passenger
Patriarch
Singer
Foreman
Reporter
Customer
Dancer
Folk
Travis Hudson Happiness Girl
Wife
Momma
Lady
Helen Kardon Passenger
Happiness Girl
Girl
Thing
Foreman
Customer
Revlonite
Folk
Patti Karr Passenger
Third Couple
Thing
Foreman
Customer
Dancer
Revlonite
Folk
Sylvia Lord Performer
Erin Martin Passenger
Child
Thing
Foreman
Customer
Dancer
Folk
Marian Mercer Mother
Passenger
Happiness Girl
Girl
Mrs. Thurman
Yasmin
Bettina
Woman
Folk
James Moore Passenger
Patriarch
First Couple
Child
Deputy
Dancer
Executive
Folk
María Nieves Stewardess
Second Couple
Child
Thing
Customer
Dancer
Revlonite
Sylvia Happiness Girl
Thing
Customer
Dancer
Joan Thornton Passenger
Happiness Girl
Thing
Customer
Dancer
Girl
Mickey Wayland Stewardess
Happiness Girl
Singer
Thing
Foreman
Revlonite
Dancer
Folk
Mary

ACT 1
Opening
(music by Ronny Graham; lyrics by Ronny Graham)
Moral Rearmament
(music by Jack Holmes; lyrics by Jack Holmes)
Pi in the Sky
(music by Mark Bucci; lyrics by Jean Shepherd)
Pilot, Stewardesses and Passengers
In the Morning
(music by Ronny Graham; lyrics by Ronny Graham)
Happiness
(music by Marie Gordon; lyrics by David Rogers)
Man and Happiness Girls
Togetherness
(music by Mavor Moore; lyrics by Mavor Moore)
Cardinal, Bishop, Patriarch and Moderator
A Moment of Truth
(music by Jack Holmes; lyrics by Jack Holmes)
I Want You to Be the First to Know
(music by Arthur Siegel; lyrics by June Carroll)
Singers, First Couple, Second Couple and Third Couple
Lemon Coke
(music by R.G. Brown; lyrics by R.G. Brown)
Boy and Girl
ABC's
(music by Mark Bucci; lyrics by David Rogers)
Girl and Children
It Depends on How You Look at Things
(music by Arthur Siegel; lyrics by June Carroll)
Husband, Wife and Things
Freedomland
(music by Jack Holmes; lyrics by Jack Holmes)
Over the River and Into the Woods
(music by Jack Holmes; lyrics by Jack Holmes)
Johnny Mishuga
(music by Mark Bucci; lyrics by David Rogers and Mark Bucci)
Momma, Hymie, Waiter, Gringo, Johnny, Yasmin, Deputy and Customers
ACT 2
Entré Act
Collective Beauty
(music by William Roy; lyrics by Michael McWhinney)
Lady, Revlonites and Customers
The Other One
(music by Arthur Siegel; lyrics by June Carroll)
Woman, Man and Dancers
Our Models
The Untalented Relative
(music by Arthur Siegel; lyrics by Joey Carter and Richard Maury)
Folk Singer and Folk
Love Is Good for You
(music by Arthur Siegel; lyrics by June Carroll)
Wall Street Reel
(music by Arthur Siegel; lyrics by Jim Fuerst)
Entire Company