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No, No, Nanette   

46th Street Theatre, (1/19/1971 - 2/03/1973)
First Preview: Jan 06, 1971 Total Previews: 13
Opening Date: Jan 19, 1971    
Closing Date: Feb 03, 1973 Total Performances: 861

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: 1925. The home of James Smith, New York City. The garden and living room of Chickadee Cottage, Atlantic City.

Production Staff [See More]
Managing Director for the 46th Street Theatre: Lester Osterman; General Manager for the 46th Street Theatre: Richard Horner
Produced by Pyxidium, Ltd.
Revival originally conceived for production by Harry Rigby
Music by Vincent Youmans; Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach; Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel; Book adapted by Burt Shevelove; Musical Director: Buster Davis; Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis; Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns; Dance arrangements by Luther Henderson; Incidental music by Luther Henderson
Production Supervised by Busby Berkeley; Directed by Burt Shevelove; Musical Staging by Donald Saddler; Choreographed by Donald Saddler
Production Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Jack Shearing; Principals' Coiffures by Vidal Sassoon; The Berkeley Girls' Coiffures by Bruce Steier
General Manager: Gatchell & Neufeld, Ltd.
Production Manager: May Muth; Stage Manager: Robert Schear
At the Twin Pianos: Colston and Clements; Copyist: Lilette Hindin; Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek; Music Consultant: Robert Lissauer
Tap Supervisor: Mary Ann Niles and Ted Cappy; General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: M.J. Boyer; Dance Captain: Bob Becker; Press Associate: Faith Geer; Beach Ball Instructor: Ernestine Mercer; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company; Casting: Buster Davis
Helen GallagherLucille Early
Billy's Wife
Jack GilfordJimmy Smith
Ruby KeelerSue Smith
Jimmy's Wife
Patsy KellyPauline
Cook at the Smiths'
Bobby VanBilly Early
a Lawyer
Susan WatsonNanette
a Protégée of Sue
Loni Zoe AckermanBetty Brown
from Boston
Pat LysingerWinnie Winslow
from Washington
Roger RathburnTom Trainor
Lucille's Nephew
K. C. TownsendFlora Latham
from 'Frisco
Bob BeckerNanette's Friend
John BeecherNanette's Friend
Joretta BohannonNanette's Friend
Roger BraunNanette's Friend
Marcia BrushinghamNanette's Friend
Kenneth CarrNanette's Friend
Jennie ChandlerNanette's Friend
Kathy ConryNanette's Friend
Christine CoxNanette's Friend
Kevin DalyNanette's Friend
Ed DixonNanette's Friend
Ellen EliasNanette's Friend
Mercedes EllingtonNanette's Friend
Jon EngstromNanette's Friend
Marian HaraldsonNanette's Friend
Gregg HarlanNanette's Friend
Jamie HaskinsNanette's Friend
Gwen HillierNanette's Friend
Sayra HummelNanette's Friend
Scott HunterNanette's Friend
Dottie LesterNanette's Friend
Cheryl LockeNanette's Friend
Joanne LotskoNanette's Friend
Mary Ann NilesNanette's Friend
Kate O'BradyNanette's Friend
Sue OhmanNanette's Friend
Jill OwensNanette's Friend
Ken PlossNanette's Friend
John RoachNanette's Friend
Linda RoseNanette's Friend
Ron SchwinnNanette's Friend
Sonja StuartNanette's Friend
Monica TillerNanette's Friend
Pat TrottNanette's Friend
Phyllis WallachNanette's Friend
Standby: Dorothy Claire (Pauline), Ted Tiller (Jimmy Smith) and Betty Wragge (Sue Smith)
Understudies: Roger Braun (Billy Early), Kenneth Carr (Tom Trainor), Kathy Conry (Nanette), Gwen Hillier (Winnie Winslow), Dottie Lester (Flora Latham), Pat Lysinger (Lucille Early) and Linda Rose (Betty Brown)
Theatre World
winner 1971 Award [recipient] 
  Roger Rathburn
Tony Award®
 1971 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee] 
  Bobby Van
winner 1971 Best Actress in a Musical [winner] 
  Helen Gallagher
winner 1971 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [winner] 
  Patsy Kelly
winner 1971 Best Costume Design [winner] 
  Raoul Pène Du Bois
winner 1971 Best Choreography [winner] 
  Donald Saddler
 1971 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee] 
  Burt Shevelove
Drama Desk Award
winner 1971 Outstanding Book [winner] 
 Book adapted by Burt Shevelove for the adaptation
winner 1971 Outstanding Choreography [winner] 
  Donald Saddler
winner 1971 Outstanding Costume Design [winner] 
  Raoul Pène Du Bois
winner 1971 Outstanding Performance [winner] 
 Performer: Helen Gallagher
music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach
ACT 1 Sung By
Too Many Rings Around RosieLucille Early (Billy's Wife), Boys and Girls
I've Confessed to the BreezeNanette (a Protégée of Sue) and Tom Trainor (Lucille's Nephew)
Call of the SeaBilly Early (a Lawyer) and Girls
I Want to Be HappyJimmy Smith, Nanette (a Protégée of Sue), Sue Smith (Jimmy's Wife), Boys and Girls
No, No, NanetteNanette (a Protégée of Sue) and Tom Trainor (Lucille's Nephew)
Finaletto Act 1Nanette (a Protégée of Sue), Boys and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Peach on the BeachNanette (a Protégée of Sue), Boys and Girls
Tea for Two Nanette (a Protégée of Sue), Tom Trainor (Lucille's Nephew), Boys and Girls
You Can Dance With Any GirlLucille and Billy Early (a Lawyer)
Finaletto Act 2Entire Company
ACT 3 Sung By
Telephone GirlieBilly Early (a Lawyer), Betty Brown (from Boston), Flora Latham (from 'Frisco) and Winnie Winslow (from Washington)
Where-Has-My-Hubby-Gone BluesLucille and Boys
Waiting for YouNanette (a Protégée of Sue) and Tom Trainor (Lucille's Nephew)
Take a Little One-StepSue Smith (Jimmy's Wife), Billy Early (a Lawyer), Lucille Early (Billy's Wife), Pauline (Cook at the Smiths'), Boys and Girls
FinaleEntire Company