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The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public   

 
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, (5/10/1994 - 5/22/1994)
First Preview: Apr 14, 1994 Total Previews: 28
Opening Date: May 10, 1994    
Closing Date: May 22, 1994 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: Las Vegas, Washington, DC, Texas, and elsewhere.



Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; Robert E. Nederlander: President; James L. Nederlander: Vice-President)
Produced by Stevie Phillips and MCA/UNIVERSAL
Book by Larry L. King and Peter Masterson; Music by Carol Hall; Lyrics by Carol Hall; Music orchestrated by Peter Matz; Vocal arrangements by Wally Harper; Dance arrangements by Wally Harper; Musical and Vocal Director: Karl Jurman
Directed by Peter Masterson and Tommy Tune; Choreographed by Jeff Calhoun and Tommy Tune; Associate Director: Phillip Oesterman; Associate Choreographer: Niki Harris
Scenic Design by John Arnone; Costume Design by Bob Mackie; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer; Sound Design by Tony Meola; Hair and Wig Design by Bobby H. Grayson
General Manager: David, Strong, Warner, Inc.; Company Manager: Lauren Singer
Production Supervisor: Gene O'Donovan; Production Stage Manager: Arturo E. Porazzi; Stage Manager: Bonnie L. Becker
Musical Supervisor: Wally Harper; Musical Advisor: Robert Billig; Musical Coordinator: Seymour "Red" Press; Conducted by Robert Billig; Woodwind: Raymond Beckenstein, Dale Kleps, Edward Zuhlke, Vincent DellaRocca and Wally Kane; Trumpet: Bob Millikan, Larry Lunetta and David Rogers; Trombone: John Fedchok, Sonny Russo and Vincent Fanuele; Violin: Mary Rowell, Andrew Stein, Paul Woodiel and Melanie Baker; Cello: Bruce Wang; Keyboard: Karl Jurman and Donald Rebic; Guitar: Jay Berliner and Steven Bargonetti; Bass: John Burr; Percussion: Ronald Zito and James Saporito; Harp: Lise Nadeau; Music Preparation: Peter R. Miller; Synthesizer Programmer: Keith Levenson
Video Design by Batwin & Robin Productions, Inc.; Assistant to the Producer: Jerry Kolber and Carl D. White
Casting: Stuart Howard and Amy Schecter; Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates; Dance Captain: Niki Harris; Advertising: Grey Entertainment & Media
Cast
Dee HotyMona Stangley
Ronn CarrollSenator A. Harry Hardast
Kevin CooneyI. R. S. Director
David DotySchmidt
I.R.S. Assistant
B. S. Bullehit
The President of the United States
Scott HolmesSam Dallas
Gina TorresTerri Clark
Susannah Blinkoff
Broadway debut
Pit Vocalist
Gerry BurkhardtShowroom Patron
Las Vegas Legend
Wall Street Wolf
Laurel Lynn CollinsShowroom Patron
Las Vegas Legend
Working Girl
Jim David
Broadway debut
Comedian
The President's Hairdresser
Sally Mae DunnShowroom Patron
Las Vegas Legend
Working Girl
Pamela EverettStreet Whore
Lotta Lovingood
Working Girl
Tom FlaggShowroom Patron
Wall Street Wolf
Ganine GiorgioneStreet Whore
Working Girl
Joe HartShowroom Patron
A Client of the Whorehouse
Wall Street Wolf
Amy N. HegginsStreet Whore
Working Girl
Don Johanson
Broadway debut
Showroom Patron
Las Vegas Legend
Wall Street Wolf
Troy Britton JohnsonShowroom Headliner
Wall Street Wolf
Nancy LaMott
Broadway debut
Pit Vocalist
Mark ManleyShowroom Patron
Wall Street Wolf
Mary Frances McCattyShowroom Patron
Las Vegas Legend
Working Girl
Casey NicholawShowroom Patron
Wall Street Wolf
Ryan Perry
Broadway debut
Pit Vocalist
Louise RuckShowroom Patron
Working Girl
Danny Rutigliano
Broadway debut
Ralph J. Bostick
Wall Street Wolf
William RyallShowroom Patron
Las Vegas Legend
Wall Street Wolf
Lainie Sakakura
Broadway debut
Showroom Patron
Working Girl
Shaver Tillitt
Broadway debut
Showroom Patron
Wall Street Wolf
Jillana UrbinaShowroom Patron
Working Girl
Richard Vida
Broadway debut
Showroom Patron
Wall Street Wolf
Theara J. WardShowroom Patron
Las Vegas Legend
Working Girl
Christina YoungmanStreet Whore
Working Girl
Swings: Vincent D'Elia and Niki Harris
Standby: J. Mark McVey (Sam Dallas) and Lauren Mitchell (Mona Stangley)
Understudies: Gerry Burkhardt (Comedian), Laurel Lynn Collins (Terri Clark), Joe Hart (I. R. S. Director, Senator A. Harry Hardast) and Danny Rutigliano (Schmidt)
Tony Award®
 1994 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Dee Hoty
Drama Desk Award
 1994 Outstanding Orchestrations [nominee] 
  Peter Matz
 1994 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee] 
  Bob Mackie
music by Carol Hall; lyrics by Carol Hall
ACT 1 Sung By
Let the Devil Take UsLas Vegas Legends, Showroom Patrons, Street Whores and Ralph J. Bostick
Nothin' Like A Picture ShowMona Stangley
I'm Leavin' TexasMona Stangley and the Texans
It's Been A WhileSam Dallas and Mona Stangley
Brand New StartSam Dallas, Mona Stangley, Terri Clark, I. R. S. Director, Schmidt (I.R.S. Assistant), the Working Girls and the Wall Street Wolves
ACT 2 Sung By
Down and DirtySenator A. Harry Hardast
Call MeMona Stangley, the Girls and the Couch Potatoes
Change In MeSam Dallas
Here for the HearingThe Ladies and the Senators
Piece of the PieMona Stangley, Sam Dallas and the Ladies
Change In Me (Reprise) Sam Dallas
If We Open Our EyesEntire Company