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The Fig Leaves Are Falling   

Broadhurst Theatre , (1/02/1969 - 1/06/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews:17
Opening Date:Jan 02, 1969   
Closing Date:Jan 06, 1969 Total Performances:4

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: The present. Larchmont and New York.

Production Staff
Produced by Joseph Harris, Lawrence Carr and John Bowab
Music by Albert Hague; Lyrics by Allan Sherman; Book by Allan Sherman; Musical Director: Abba Bogin; Music orchestrated by Manny Albam; Dance arrangements by Jack Lee
Directed by George Abbott; Choreographed by Eddie Gasper
Scenic Design by William and Jean Eckart; Costume Design by Robert Mackintosh; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser
Production Stage Manager: Terence Little; Stage Manager: Wallace Engelhardt
Conducted by Jack Lee
Press Representative: David Lipsky and Lisa Lipsky
Jay Barney Mr. Mittleman
Helon Blount Mother-in-Law
David Cassidy Billy
Frank DeSal Gelb
Queen Victoria
Pi Douglass Dancer
Jean Even Mildred
Edmund Gaynes Singer
Mary Jane Houdina Dancer
John Joy Mao-Tse
Kenneth Kimmins Charley Montgomery
Sherry Lambert Singer
Mara Landi Grace
Dorothy Loudon Lillian Stone
Marilyne Mason Mimsy
Joe McGrath Hodgekins
Jocelyn McKay Cynthia
Rosemary McNamara Singer
John Medeiros Dancer
Michael Misita Dancer
Barry Nelson Harry Stone
Jenny O'Hara Pookie Chapman
Anna Pagan Mary Queen of Scots
Renata Powers Dancer
Louise Quick Cecelia
Sally Ransone Dancer
Charlene Ryan Dancer
Darrell Sandeen Rev. Walters
Lathan Sanford Tough Guy
Patrick Spohn Marty
Tony Stevens Dancer
Pat Trott Elizabeth Marsden
Alan Weeks Le Roy
Standbys: Jack Drummond (Charley Montgomery, Harry Stone) and Ellen Hanley (Lillian Stone)
Understudies: Edmund Gaynes (Billy), Sherry Lambert (Cecelia) and Marilyne Mason (Pookie Chapman)
Tony Award®
 1969 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Dorothy Loudon
Drama Desk Award
winner 1969 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Dorothy Loudon
music by Albert Hague; lyrics by Allan Sherman
ACT 1Sung By
All Is Well in Larchmont Choir
Lillian Company
Like Yours Pookie Chapman and Wallstreeters
All of My Laughter Pookie Chapman and Harry Stone
Give Me a Cause Protestors
Today I Saw a Rose Harry Stone
We Lillian Stone
For Our Sake Billy and Cecelia
Light One Candle Le Roy, Queen Victoria, Mary Queen of Scots, Hippies, Yippies and etc.
Oh, Boy Choir
ACT 2Sung By
The Fig Leaves Are Falling Boys Club
For the Rest of My Life Lillian Stone
I Like It Harry Stone and Pookie Chapman
Broken Heart Lillian Stone
Old Fashioned Song Charley Montgomery and Ensemble
Lillian, Lillian, Lillian Lillian Stone, Cecelia and Billy
Did I Ever Really Live Harry Stone
All of My Laughter (Reprise)Harry Stone