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Little Me   

Eugene O'Neill Theatre , (1/21/1982 - 2/21/1982)
First Preview:Dec 26, 1981 Total Previews:30
Opening Date:Jan 21, 1982   
Closing Date:Feb 21, 1982 Total Performances:36

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Southampton, 1962 (present). Venezuela, Illinois, Chicago, Somewhere in France, On the North Atlantic, Hollywood, Monte Carlo, and A Principality in Middle Europe past).

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Theatre Owned / Operated by Nancy Enterprises, Inc.
Produced by Ron Dante, Wayne Rogers, Steven Leber, David Krebs, McLaughlin, Piven, Inc., Warner Theatre Productions, Inc. (Claire Nichtern: President) and Emanuel Azenberg
Book by Neil Simon; Music by Cy Coleman; Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh; Based on the novel by Patrick Dennis; Vocal arrangements by Cy Coleman; Dance arrangements by Cy Coleman; Music orchestrated by Harold Wheeler; Musical Director: Donald York
Directed by Robert Drivas; Choreographed by Peter Gennaro
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Costume Design by Tony Walton; Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons; Sound Design by Tom Morse; Hair and Wig Design by John D. Quaglia
General Manager: Jose Véga; Company Manager: Bruce Birkenhead
Production Manager: Martin Herzer; Technical Supervisor: Theatrical Services, Inc.; Stage Manager: Robert LoBianco
Conducted by Donald York; Instrumentalist Consultant: Earl Shendell; Music Contractor: John Miller; Reeds: Joel Kaye and Rick Centalonza; Trumpet: Earl Gardner and Joe Mosello; Trombone: Dale Kirkland; Piano: Barry Gordon; Associate Conductor: Barry Gordon; Bass: David Finck; Percussion: Joe Passaro; Drums: Luther Rix
General Press Representative: Bill Evans & Associates; Casting: Marilyn Szatmary; Dance Captain: Meredith Murray; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Photographer: Martha Swope
James Coco Flo Eggleston
Amos Pinchley
Mr. Worst
Otto Schnitzler
Prince Cherney
Victor Garber Noble Eggleston
Val du Val
Fred Poitrine
Noble Junior
Mary Gordon Murray Belle
Baby Belle
Gibby Brand Announcer
German Soldier
James Brennan Pinchley Junior
Don Correia Frankie Polo
Jessica James Miss Poitrine, Today
Mary Small Momma
Henry Sutton Charlie Drake
Town Spokesman
Assistant Director
Stephen Berger Court Clerk
Michael Blevins Ensemble
David Cahn Steward
Maris Clement Ms. Kepplewhite
Bob Freschi Henchmen
Andrea Green Red Cross Nurse
Mary C. Holton Ramona
Mark McGrath Bert
2nd Sailor
Gary Mendelson Ensemble
Sean Murphy Nurse
Bebe Neuwirth Boom Boom Girl
Gail Pennington Cerine
Boom Boom Girl
Susan Powers Ensemble
Brian Quinn Bruce
1st Sailor
Kevin Brooks Winkler Pharaoh I
Swings: John Hillner and Meredith Murray
Understudies: Stephen Berger (Announcer, Attorney, Bandleader, General, German Soldier, Preacher, Yulnick), Gibby Brand (Amos Pinchley, Flo Eggleston, Fred Poitrine, Mr. Worst, Noble Eggleston, Noble Junior, Otto Schnitzler, Prince Cherney, Val du Val), James Brennan (Frankie Polo), Maris Clement (Momma), Bob Freschi (Assistant Director, Charlie Drake, Croupier, Greensleeves, Town Spokesperson), John Hillner (Fred Poitrine, Noble Eggleston, Noble Junior, Pinchley Junior, Val du Val), Susan Powers (Baby Belle, Belle) and Mary Small (Miss Poitrine, Today)
Tony Award®
 1982 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Victor Garber
 1982 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Mary Gordon Murray
 1982 Best Choreography [nominee]
Peter Gennaro
music by Cy Coleman; lyrics by Carolyn Leigh
ACT 1Sung By
Don't Ask a Lady Belle
The Other Side of the Tracks Belle
The Rich Kids Rag Company
I Love You Noble Eggleston, Belle and Company
The Other Side of the Tracks (Reprise)Belle
Deep Down Inside Pinchley Junior, Belle and Company
Boom-Boom Val du Val
I've Got Your Number Frankie Polo
Real Live Girl Fred Poitrine
Real Live Girl (Reprise)Doughboys
ACT 2Sung By
I Love You (Reprise)Noble Eggleston and Belle
I Wanna Be Yours Belle and Mr. Worst
Little Me Belle and Momma
Goodbye Prince Cherney, Yulnick, Doctor and Company
Here's to Us Belle and Company