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Let It Ride!   

Eugene O'Neill Theatre, (10/12/1961 - 12/09/1961)
First Preview: Oct 11, 1961 Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Oct 12, 1961    
Closing Date: Dec 09, 1961 Total Performances: 68

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The offices of the Modern Greeting Card Co., the Hotel Lavillere, a bar and Erwin's island.

Production Staff
Produced by Joel Spector
Book by Abram S. Ginnes; Music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; Lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; Based on "Three Men on a Horse" by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott; Musical Director: Jay Blackton; Dance arrangements by Billy Goldenberg; Additional material by Ronny Graham; Vocal Director: Jerry Packer; Music orchestrated by Raymond Jaimes; Additional Arrangements: Jack Andrews, Jacques Belasco, Dave Grusin, Luther Henderson and Walter Eiger
Directed by Stanley Prager; Choreographed by Onna White; Assistant Choreographer: Eugene Louis
Scenic Design by William and Jean Eckart; Costume Design by Guy Kent; Lighting Design by William and Jean Eckart; Hairstyles by Kenneth (at Lilly Daché)
General Manager: Paul Vroom; Company Manager: Herb Cherin
Production Stage Manager: Terence Little; Stage Manager: Ralph Linn; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Ford
Assistant Conductor: Don Plumby; Music Copyist Supervisor: Wedo Marasco
Press Representative: David Lipsky and Chester Fox; Production Associate: Buff Cobb
George GobelErwin
Sam LevenePatsy
Barbara NicholsMabel
Ted AdkinsDancer
Marty AllenDancer
Larry AlpertFrankie
Helen BaisleySinger
Robert BakanicDancer
Francine BondSinger
Dort ClarkNice Nose Brophy
Austin ColyerSinger
Rhett DennisDancer
Sandra DevlinBirthday Girl
Bob EvansDancer
Clifford FearlSinger
John FordFirst Cop
Harold GaryHarry
Dick GingrichDancer
Carol GladeBirthday Girl
Stanley GroverCarver
Ann JohnsonBirthday Girl
Sally KirkBirthday Girl
Sally LeeBirthday Girl
Jack LeighDancer
Robert LennSinger
Albert LinvilleCharlie
Vernon LusbyDancer
Barbara MarconBirthday Girl
Rae McLeanBirthday Girl
Virginia PerlowinSinger
Michael RobertsSinger
Stanley SimmondsRepulski
Paula StewartAudrey
Ted ThurstonChief Schermerhorn
Announcer's Voice
Pat TurnerBirthday Girl
Sandy WalshBirthday Girl
Marc WestDancer
Maggie WorthMother
Standby: Edwin Bruce (Erwin) and Harold Gary (Patsy)
Understudies: Helen Baisley (Mother), Francine Bond (Audrey), Austin Colyer (Carver), John Ford (Charlie, Repulski), Virginia Perlowin (Mabel), Michael Roberts (Father, Harry) and Stanley Simmonds (Frankie)
music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
ACT 1 Sung By
Run, Run, RunSingers and Dancers
The Nicest ThingAudrey
Hey, Jimmy, Joe, John, Jim, JackErwin
Broads Ain't PeopleErwin, Harry, Frankie and Charlie
Let It RidePatsy, Singers and Dancers
I'll Learn YaErwin and Patsy
Love Let Me KnowAudrey and Carver
Happy BirthdayBirthday Girls
Everything BeautifulErwin and Birthday Girls
Who's Doing What to ErwinAudrey, Chief Schermerhorn, Carver and Mother
I Wouldn't Have Had ToMabel
ACT 2 Sung By
There's Something About a HorseSingers and Dancers
He Needs YouErwin, Frankie and Charlie
Just an Honest MistakeChief Schermerhorn, Repulski and Cops
His Own Little IslandErwin
If Flutterby WinsErwin, Patsy, Frankie, Charlie, Harry and Hoods