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Hard Job Being God   

 
Edison Theatre , (5/15/1972 - 5/20/1972)
First Preview:May 10, 1972 Total Previews:7
Opening Date:May 15, 1972   
Closing Date:May 20, 1972 Total Performances:6

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Bob Yde; Produced in association with Andy Wiswell
Music by Tom Martel; Lyrics by Tom Martel; Musical Director: Roy Bittan
Directed by Bob Yde; Choreographed by Lee Theodore
Scenic Design by Ray Wilke; Costume Design by Mary Whitehead; Lighting Design by Patrika Brown
Stage Manager: Ray Wilke
Keyboard: Roy Bittan; Bass: Pete Gries; Drums: Steve Merola; Guitar: Harry Rumpf
Audio: Bill Sandreuter
Press Representative: Sol Jacobson, Lewis Harmon and Ruth D. Smuckler
Cast
Gini Eastwood Sarah
Jacob's Wife
Slave
Pharoah's Soldier
Moabite
Judean
Susanna
Stu Freeman Jacob's Son
Moses
Moabite
David
Tom Martel God
Anne Sarofeen Slave
Pharoah's Soldier
Judean
Shepherd
Ruth
John Twomey Abraham
Jacob
Pharoah
Moabite
Judean
Shepherd
music by Tom Martel; lyrics by Tom Martel
Hard Job Being God God and Company
Wherever You Go Sarah (Jacob's Wife) and Abraham
Famine Jacob, Jacob's Wife and Sons
Buy a Slave Egyptian Slave Merchants
Prayer Hebrew Slaves
Moses's Song Moses and Pharoah
The Ten Plagues Pharoah, Soldiers and Moses
Passover Soldiers, Pharoah, Moses and Slaves
The Eleven Commandments Moses and Freed Slaves
Tribes Hebrew Women and Tribes
Ruth Moabites and Ruth
Festival Judeans
Hail, David Judeans and David
A Very Lonely King David
You're On Your Own Hebrews and God
A Psalm of Peace Susanna and Hebrews
I'm Countin' on You God and Amos
Shalom L'chaim! Hebrews
Amos Gonna Give You Hell Shepherd
What Do I Have to Do? God and Company