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Mark Hellinger Theatre , (2/06/1964 - 2/29/1964)
First Preview:Feb 05, 1964 Total Previews:1
Opening Date:Feb 06, 1964   
Closing Date:Feb 29, 1964 Total Performances:28

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: Rome, 1830.

Production Staff
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Jack Hylton
Book by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini; Music by Armando Trovaioli; Lyrics by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini; Written in collaboration with Pasquale Festa Campanile and Massimo Franciosa; Translated by Alfred Drake; Lyric translation by Edward Eager; Musical Director: Anton Coppola
Directed by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini; Choreographed by Dania Krupska
Scenic Design by Giulio Coltellacci; Costume Design by Giulio Coltellacci; Lighting Design by Vannio Vanni
Company Manager: Gino Giglio; General Manager: Roy A. Somlyo
Technical Director: Ralph Alswang; Stage Manager: Harry Young
Lyrics translated by Edward Eager
Asst. to the Choreographer: Sergio Somigli; Scenery Supervisor: Eldon Elder; Press Representative: David P. Rothenberg
Lino Benedetti Dancer and Singer
Brother Tappetto
Luciano Bernardi Dancer and Singer
Lucianno Bonanni The Goat Keeper
Margherita Brancucci Chorus of Nora Orlandi
Maurizia Camilli Dancer and Singer
Raffaella Caratelli Chorus of Nora Orlandi
Willy Colombini Dancer and Singer
The Brigadier
Yvonne De Vintar Dancer and Singer
Franco Di Toro Dancer and Singer
Giorgio Fabretti Don Fulgenzio
Aldo Fabrizi Mastro Titta
Nunzio Gallo The Troubador
Cesare Gelli Thorwaldsen
Renato Ghigi A Gendarme
Angelo Infanti Dancer and Singer
Brigitte Kirfel Dancer and Singer
Nino Manfredi Rugantino
Fernando Martino Strappalenzola
Dancer and Singer
Angelo Michelotti A Gendarme
Gino Mucci Cardinal Severini
Renzo Palmer Gnecco
Gabriella Panenti Dancer and Singer
Giuseppe Pennesse Rubastracci
Dancer and Singer
Angelo Pericet A Gentleman
Carlo Delle Piane Bojetto
Mastro Titta's son
Carla Russo Dancer and Singer
Gina Sampieri Dancer and Singer
Barbara Schaub Dancer and Singer
Marcello Serrallonga The Lover
Dancer and Singer
Armando Silverini Chief Bandit
Chorus of Nora Orlandi
Simona Sorlisi Old Lady of the Cats
Goffredo Spinedi Mariotto
Dancer and Singer
Josephine Spinedi Dancer and Singer
Franca Tamantini Donna Marta Paritelli
Toni Ucci Don Nicolo Paritelli
Bice Valori Eusebia
Ornella Vanoni Rosetta
Toni Ventura Bellachioma
Dancer and Singer
Lida Vianello Dancer and Singer
Gabriele Villa Dancer and Singer
Ercole Vulpiani Chorus of Nora Orlandi
Giorgio Zaffaroni The Barber
Dancer and Singer
Lettie Zaffaroni Dancer and Singer
Renata Zamengo Dancer and Singer
Gianna Zorini Dancer and Singer
Understudies: Angela Luce (Eusebia), Renzo Palmer (Mastro Titta), Goffredo Spinedi (Gnecco), Franca Tamantini (Rosetta) and Toni Ucci (Rugantino)
ACT 1Sung By
The Game of Morra The Men
Rugantino in the Stocks Rugantino's "Friends"
A House Is Not the Same Without a Woman Mastro Titta
Nothing to Do Rugantino and the Romans
Just Look! Rosetta, Callascione and Boys
The Saltarello Eusebia, Mastro Titta and Ensemble
Tirrallallera The Serenader
The Headsman and I Eusebia
Nothing to Do (Reprise)Rugantino
Ciumachella The Serenader
Lantern Night Lantern Vendor and Ensemble
Roma Rugantino, Rosetta, Eusebia, Mastro Titta and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Ciumachella (Reprise)Ensemble
I'm Happy Rugantino
Just Stay Alive Mastro Titta and Ensemble
San Pasquale Eusebia and Spinsters
Passatella (The Drinking Game) Callascione, Agnolotto, Mariotto, Rugantino and Boys
It's Quick and Easy Rosetta and Boys
Dance of the Candle Killers Ensemble
Boy and Man Rosetta
Finale Eusebia, Rosetta, Mastro Titta and Rugantino