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Playhouse Theatre, (11/16/1972 - 11/19/1972)
First Preview: Nov 03, 1972 Total Previews: 14
Opening Date: Nov 16, 1972    
Closing Date: Nov 19, 1972 Total Performances: 5

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: Based on the life of Oscar Wilde.
Setting: 1883-1894, London.

Production Staff
Produced by Mary W. John
Music by Addy O. Fieger; Book by Caryl Gabrielle Young; Lyrics by Caryl Gabrielle Young; Musical Director: Arnold Gross; Music arranged by Harold Hastings
Production Supervised by John Allen
Scenic Design by William Pitkin; Costume Design by Mary McKinley; Lighting Design by David F. Segal
Production Stage Manager: Ben Janney; Stage Manager: William Dolive
Musical Supervisor: Harold Hastings
Press Representative: Saul Richman
Jack BittnerMarquess of Queensbury
Tommy BreslinClibburn
Lynn BrinkerNellie
Nancy CushmanLady Wilde
Tinker GillespieBootles
Len GochmanFrank Harris
Bruce HeighleyAtkins
Jack HoffmanFrederick
Jane HoffmanLady Mount-Temple
James HosbeinEdward Shelly
Richard KneelandOscar Wilde
Gary KrawfordRobert Ross
Roger LeonardComtesse's Son
Sidney Mavor
Richard MarrVicar
Sir Edward Clark
Edward McPhillipsArthur
Theater Attendant
Sylvia O'BrienComtesse
Edward PennCharles Hawtry
Alfred Wood
Maitre d'Hotel
Garnett SmithCharles Brookfield
Al Taylor
Russ ThackerLord Alfred Douglas
Kimberly VaughnConstance Lloyd
Grant WaldenLord de Grey
Sir Edward Carson
Gretchen WaltherLady de Grey
ACT 1 Sung By
We Like Things the Way They AreOscar Wilde and Company
Tite StreetOscar Wilde, Lady Mount-Temple and Constance Lloyd
Oscar Wilde Has Said ItCompany
Wot's 'is NameNellie and Boys
Poor BosieBosie
The Perfect UnderstandingOscar Wilde and Bosie
Swan and Edgar's Constance Lloyd and Speranza
If I CouldOscar Wilde
If I 'ad 'alfAtkins and Clibburn
ACT 2 Sung By
We Dare You Company
We'll Have a Party Bosie, Nellie and Boys
We're Only LoversNellie and Robert Ross
For Woman Speranza, Bootles, Comtesse
When Did You Leave MeConstance Lloyd and Oscar Wilde
Good, Good TimesNellie
There Where the Young Men GoOscar Wilde