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Aspects of Love   

 
Broadhurst Theatre , (4/08/1990 - 3/02/1991)
First Preview:Mar 19, 1990 Total Previews:22
Opening Date:Apr 08, 1990   
Closing Date:Mar 02, 1991 Total Performances:377

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: Paris, Pau, Venice, Malaya. 1947 - 1964.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by The Really Useful Theatre Company Ltd.
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart; Based on the novel by David Garnett; Book adapted by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Musical Director: Paul Bogaev; Music orchestrated by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber
Directed by Trevor Nunn; Choreographed by Gillian Lynne
Scenic Design by Maria Björnson; Costume Design by Maria Björnson; Lighting Design by Andrew Bridge; Sound Design by Martin Levan; Associate Scenic Design: Michael Miller; Associate Costume Design: Richard Schurkamp; Associate Lighting Design: Ted Mather; Associate Sound Design: James M. Bay and Graham Carmichael
General Manager: Gatchell & Neufeld, Ltd.; Company Manager: Mary Miller
Production Stage Manager: Perry Cline; Production Manager: Peter Fulbright; Stage Manager: Elisabeth Farwell and Michael J. Passaro; Technical Coordinator: Alexander Fraser
Music Contractor: Mel Rodnon Music Management, Inc.; Associate Conductor: Nick Archer; Concertmaster: Sanford Allen; Violin: Dale Stuckenbruck; Viola: Jenny Hansen; Cello: Mark Shuman; Bass: Deb Spohnheimer; Harp: Grace Paradise; Flute/Piccolo/Alto Flute: Diva Goodfriend-Koven; Oboe/English Horn: Blair Tindall; Clarinet/Bass Clarinet: Jon Manasse; Saxophone/Clarinet/Flute: Lawrence Feldman; French Horn: Russell Rizner; Piano/Celeste: Paul Sportelli; Synthesizers: Nick Archer; Percussion: Louis Oddo
Casting: Johnson-Liff & Zerman; General Press Representative: The Fred Nathan Company, Inc.; Dance Captain: Gregory Mitchell; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Press Representative: Merle Frimark
Cast
Michael Ball Alex Dillingham
a young Englishman
Kevin Colson George Dillingham
Alex's uncle, an English painter
Ann Crumb Rose Vibert
a French actress
Kathleen Rowe McAllen Giulietta Trapani
an Italian sculptress
Danielle DuClos Jenny Dillingham, age 14
daughter of Rose & George
Deanna DuClos Jenny Dillingham, age 12
daughter of Rose & George
Jane Todd Baird Assistant Stage Manager
Alex's Date
Rose's Friend
Suzanne Briar Elizabeth
George's housekeeper
Woman on Date
War Veteran's Wife
Rose's Friend
Walter Charles Marcel Richard
an actor manager
Philip Clayton Jerome
George's gardener
Actor
Alex's Friend
Rose's Friend
Clown
John Dewar Actor
War Veteran
Doctor
Assistant Registrar
Rose's Friend
Clown
Don Goodspeed Hugo Le Muenier
Rose's friend
Stage Manager
Alex's Friend
Kurt Johns Actor
2nd Barker
Gondolier
Rose's Friend
Knife Thrower
Eric Johnson Man on Date
1st Barker
Hotelier
Registrar
Rose's Friend
Marcus Lovett Actor
Local Man
Rose's Friend
Clown
Gregory Mitchell Waiter
Local Man
Rose's Friend
Clown
The Young Peasant
Elinore O'Connell Actress
Girlfriend
Nun
Rose's Friend
Lisa Vroman Actress
Girlfriend
Hotel Cashier
Rose's Friend
Wysandria Woolsey Actress
Local Woman
Pharmacist
Rose's Friend
Knife Thrower's Assistant
Swings: Wiley Kidd, Brad Oscar and Anne Marie Runolfsson
Understudies: Jane Todd Baird (Jenny Dillingham, age 14), Walter Charles (George Dillingham), Don Goodspeed (Alex Dillingham), Eric Johnson (Marcel Richard), Marcus Lovett (Hugo Le Muenier), Brooke Sunny Moriber (Jenny Dillingham, age 12), Elinore O'Connell (Rose Vibert), Lisa Vroman (Giulietta Trapani) and Wysandria Woolsey (Giulietta Trapani, Rose Vibert)
Theatre World
nominee 1990 Award [recipient]
Kathleen Rowe McAllen
Tony Award®
 1990 Best Musical [nominee]
Produced by The Really Useful Theatre Company Ltd.
 1990 Best Book of a Musical [nominee]
Book adapted by Andrew Lloyd Webber
 1990 Best Original Score [nominee]
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart
 1990 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Kevin Colson
 1990 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Kathleen Rowe McAllen
 1990 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Trevor Nunn
Drama Desk Award
 1990 Outstanding Musical [nominee]
Produced by The Really Useful Theatre Company Ltd.
 1990 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Danielle DuClos
 1990 Outstanding Orchestration [nominee]
Music orchestrated by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber
 1990 Outstanding Music [nominee]
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
 1990 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Andrew Bridge
ACT 1Sung By
Love Changes Everything Alex Dillingham (a young Englishman)
Parlez-vous Francais? Rose Vibert (a French actress), Alex Dillingham (a young Englishman) and Ensemble
Seeing Is Believing Alex Dillingham (a young Englishman) and Rose Vibert (a French actress)
A Memory of a Happy Moment George Dillingham (Alex's uncle, an English painter) and Giulietta Trapani (an Italian sculptress)
Chanson d'enfance Rose Vibert (a French actress)
Everybody Loves a Hero 1st Barker, 2nd Barker and Ensemble
She'd Be Far Better Off with You Alex Dillingham (a young Englishman), George Dillingham (Alex's uncle, an English painter), Rose Vibert (a French actress) and Elizabeth (George's housekeeper)
Stop. Wait. Please. Giulietta Trapani (an Italian sculptress), George Dillingham (Alex's uncle, an English painter) and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Leading Lady Marcel Richard (an actor manager) and Ensemble
Other Pleasures George Dillingham (Alex's uncle, an English painter), Jenny Dillingham, age 12 (daughter of Rose & George), Alex Dillingham (a young Englishman) and Rose Vibert (a French actress)
There Is More to Love Giulietta Trapani (an Italian sculptress) and Rose Vibert (a French actress)
Mermaid Song Jenny Dillingham, age 12 (daughter of Rose & George) and Alex Dillingham (a young Englishman)
The First Man You Remember George Dillingham (Alex's uncle, an English painter) and Jenny Dillingham, age 14 (daughter of Rose & George)
The Journey of a Lifetime Company
Falling George Dillingham (Alex's uncle, an English painter), Rose Vibert (a French actress), Alex Dillingham (a young Englishman) and Jenny Dillingham, age 14 (daughter of Rose & George)
Hand Me the Wine and the Dice Giulietta Trapani (an Italian sculptress), Ensemble, Rose Vibert (a French actress), Jenny Dillingham, age 14 (daughter of Rose & George), Marcel Richard (an actor manager) and Hugo Le Muenier (Rose's friend)
Anything But Lonely Rose Vibert (a French actress)