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70, Girls, 70   

Broadhurst Theatre, (4/15/1971 - 5/15/1971)
First Preview: Apr 07, 1971 Total Previews: 9
Opening Date: Apr 15, 1971    
Closing Date: May 15, 1971 Total Performances: 35

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: New York City. The Cornucopia Tea Room; the Broadhurst Theatre; Ida's room; Sadie's fur salon; lobby of Sussex Arms; Arctic Cold Storage Co.; the Coliseum; a chapel.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Arthur Whitelaw; Produced in association with Seth Harrison
Book by Fred Ebb and Norman L. Martin; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Book adapted by Joe Masteroff; Based on the play "Breath of Spring" by Peter Coke; Musical Director: Oscar Kosarin; Vocal arrangements by Oscar Kosarin; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Dance arrangements by Dorothea Freitag; Associate Musical Dir.: Karen Gustafson
Production Supervised by Stanley Prager; Directed by Paul Aaron; Choreographed by Onna White; Associate Choreographer: Martin Allen
Scenic Design by Robert Randolph; Lighting Design by Robert Randolph; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Hair Styles by Joe Tubens
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss; Company Manager: David Wyler
Production Stage Manager: Edwin P. Aldridge; Stage Manager: Victor Straus
Music published by Tommy Valando; Original cast album on Columbia Records; Music Preparation: Mathilde Pincus and Al Miller
General Press Representative: Max Eisen; Press Representative: Warren Pincus; Casting: Shirley Rich; Furs: Ben Kahn Furs; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company
Hans ConriedHarry
Mildred NatwickIda Dodd
Lillian RothGert
Joey FayeDetective Callahan
Dorothea FreitagLorraine
Lillian HaymanMelba
Henrietta JacobsonGrandmother
Gil LambWalter
Lucie LancasterEunice
Goldye Shaw
Broadway debut
Coley WorthOfficer Kowalski
Thomas AndersonEnsemble Player
Tommy BreslinEddie
Robert G. DareEnsemble Player
Sally De MayEnsemble Player
Ruth GilletteEnsemble Player
Lloyd HarrisEnsemble Player
Marjorie LeachEnsemble Player
Abby LewisEnsemble Player
Steve MillsEnsemble Player
Naomi PriceEnsemble Player
Beau TildenEnsemble Player
Bobbi TremainEnsemble Player
Jay VelieEnsemble Player
Standby: Nancy Andrews (Gert, Ida Dodd) and Karen Gustafson (Lorraine)
Understudies: Robert G. Dare (Detective Callahan, Ensemble Player, Officer Kowalski), Sally De May (Ensemble Player), Joey Faye (Walter), Ruth Gillette (Grandmother), Henrietta Jacobson (Fritzi), John Johann (Eddie), Abby Lewis (Eunice), Naomi Price (Melba), Beau Tilden (Ensemble Player) and Coley Worth (Harry)
Tony Award®
 1972 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Mildred Natwick
music by John Kander; lyrics by Fred Ebb
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You and I, Love
Do We?
Hit It, Lorraine
See the Light
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Go Visit
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