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Ziegfeld Theatre, (2/16/1964 - 4/18/1964)
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Opening Date: Feb 16, 1964    
Closing Date: Apr 18, 1964 Total Performances: 72

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Gold Rush days. Dawson City and elsewhere in the Kondike.

Production Staff
Produced by David Merrick
FOXY was first produced at the Palace Grand Theatre, Dawson City, Yukon, July 2, 1962, by Robert Whitehead and Stanley Gilky
Book by Ian McLellan Hunter and Ring Lardner, Jr.; Music by Robert Emmett Dolan; Lyrics by Johnny Mercer; Based on "Volpone" by Ben Jonson; Musical Director: Donald Pippin; Vocal arrangements by Donald Pippin; Music orchestrated by Eddie Sauter and Hal Schaefer; Dance arrangements by Hal Schaefer
Directed by Robert Lewis; Choreographed by Jack Cole
Scenic Design by Robert Randolph; Costume Design by Robert Fletcher; Lighting Design by Robert Randolph
General Manager: Jack Schlissel
Production Stage Manager: Perry Bruskin; Stage Manager: Henry Velez
Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters
Larry BlydenDoc
Bert LahrFoxy
John AristidesSecond Eskimo
Helen BaisleySaloon Girl
Carlos BasProspector
Charles CagleProspector
Mary Ann CorriganLaurette
Saloon Girl
Virginia CraigSaloon Girl
Cathryn DamonBrandy
John DavidsonClergyman
George Del MonteProspector
Lang Des JardinsProspector
Judith DunfordSaloon Girl
Herb FieldsThird Prospector
Alice GlennSaloon Girl
Edward GreenhalghBuzzard
John HallowMountie
Robert H. HarrisBedrock
Tim HarumProspector
Gerald HikenShortcut
Lee HowardProspector
Eddie JamesSecond Prospector
John KeatsProspector
Anthony Kemble CooperLord Rottingham
Tony KraberDrunk
Robert LaCrosseProspector
Marlena LustikSaloon Girl
Julienne MarieCelia
Ethel MartinSaloon Girl
Constance MengMarie
Saloon Girl
Nancy MyersSaloon Girl
Will ParkinsOliver
Shelly RannSaloon Girl
David RoundsStirling
Suanne ShirleySaloon Girl
June Eve StorySaloon Girl
Newt SullivanFirst Prospector
John TaliaferroClergyman
Susan TerrySaloon Girl
John WallerFirst Eskimo
Standby: Loney Lewis (Foxy)
Understudies: Virginia Craig (Brandy), John Hallow (Stirling), John Keats (Ben), Tony Kraber (Bedrock, Buzzard, Shortcut), Constance Meng (Celia) and David Rounds (Doc)
Tony Award®
winner 1964 Best Actor in a Musical [winner] 
  Bert Lahr
 1964 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Julienne Marie
music by Robert Emmett Dolan; lyrics by Johnny Mercer
ACT 1 Sung By
Many Ways to Skin a CatFoxy and Doc
Rollin' in GoldBrandy and Ensemble
My Weight in GoldCelia
Money Isn't EverythingFoxy, Doc, Bedrock, Shortcut, Buzzard and Ensemble
Larceny and LoveBrandy and Doc
Ebenezer McAfee IIIEnsemble
Talk to Me, BabyCelia and Ben
This Is My Night to HowlShortcut, Ben and Ensemble
Bon VivantFoxy and Ensemble
Finale Act OneEnsemble
ACT 2 Sung By
It's Easy When You Know HowDoc
Run, Run, Run CinderellaCelia
Talk to Me, Baby (Reprise) Ben
I'm Way Ahead of the GameBrandy and Doc
A Case of RapeCelia, Ben and Ensemble
In Loving MemoryFoxy, Doc, Bedrock, Shortcut, Buzzard and Ensemble
FinaleFoxy, Doc and Ensemble