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Playhouse Theatre , (11/01/1976 - 11/14/1976)
First Preview:Oct 19, 1976 Total Previews:16
Opening Date:Nov 01, 1976   
Closing Date:Nov 14, 1976 Total Performances:16

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: A border settlement in Israel.


Production Staff
Produced by The Yael Company and Norman Kean
Book by Harvey Jacobs; Music by Ron Eliran; Lyrics by Ron Eliran; Musical Director: David Krivoshei
Conceived by Jonathan Karmon; Directed by Jonathan Karmon; Choreographed by Jonathan Karmon
Settings and Projections by James Tilton; Costume Design by Pierre D'Alby; Lighting Design by William H. Batchelder; Sound Design by Sander Hacker; Hairstyles by Robert Sachs-Takada
General Manager: Charles Artesona
Production Stage Manager: Daniel E. Early; Stage Manager: Karen Winer; Production Supervisor: Sam Stickler; Technical Director: Tom Healy, Frank Treibig and Jim Piotti
Musical Coordinator: Michael Tschudin
General Press Representative: Max Eisen; Press Representative: Irene Gandy and Barbara Eisen; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company; Photographer: Martha Swope; Advisor to the Director: Judy Kuhn
Cast
Gail Benedict Performer
Darleen Boudreaux Performer
Karen DiBianco Performer
Ron Eliran Performer
Carla Farnsworth Performer
Riki Gal Performer
Hanan Goldblatt Performer
David Kottke Performer
Ruthi Navon Performer
Rivka Raz Performer
Joel Robertson Performer
Donald Ronci Performer
Lisa Gould Rubin Performer
Daniel Stewart Performer
John Windsor Performer
music by Ron Eliran; lyrics by Ron Eliran
ACT 1
Moonlight
The World's Greatest Magical Act
I Believe
Only Love
My Land
We Love a Conference
Come With Me
Tired Heroes
Have a Little Fun
I Hear a Song
I Live My Life in Color
Young Days
Somebody's Stepping on My Olive Branch
It Was Worth It
Jerusalem