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Broadhurst Theatre , (12/19/1996 - 6/01/1997)
First Preview:Nov 18, 1996 Total Previews:35
Opening Date:Dec 19, 1996   
Closing Date:Jun 01, 1997 Total Performances:188

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: In and about the castle, Spring 1428.

Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)
Produced by Dodger Productions and Joop Van Den Ende
Book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer and Dean Fuller; Based on "The Princess and the Pea" by Hans Christian Andersen; Music by Mary Rodgers; Lyrics by Marshall Barer; Musical Director: Eric Stern; Vocal arrangements by Eric Stern; Music orchestrated by Bruce Coughlin; Dance arrangements by Tom Fay; Incidental music arranged by Eric Stern
Directed by Gerald Gutierrez; Choreographed by Liza Gennaro
Scenic Design by John Lee Beatty; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Pat Collins; Sound Design by Tom Morse; Hair and Wig Design by Paul Huntley; Assistant Scenic Design: Shelley Barclay and Eric Renschler; Associate Costume Design: Angelina Avallone; Assistant Costume Design: MaryAnn D. Smith; Assistant to Ms. Greenwood: Milan Shahani; Associate Lighting Design: Rita Kogler; Assistant Lighting Design: Alexandra Pontone; Assistant to Lighting Designer: D. M. Wood; Associate Sound Design: J.R. Conklin
Executive Producer: Dodger Management Group (Sally Campbell Morse, Robert C. Strickstein); General Manager: David, Strong, Warner, Inc.; Associate Gen. Mgr: Steven H. David; Company Manager: Marcia Goldberg; Assistant Co. Mgr: Brian Sumby
Production Supervisor: Steven Beckler; Production Manager: Peter Fulbright; Production Stage Manager: Steve Beckler; Stage Manager: Brian Meister; Assistant Tech. Suprvr: Robert W. Schuck; Assistant Stage Manager: Tracy Burns
Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Eric Stern; Associate Conductor: Todd Ellison; Concert Master: Michael Roth; Woodwinds: Edward Joffe, Richard A. Heckman and Roger Rosenberg; Trumpet: Joe Mosello and Glenn Drewes; Trombone: Keith O'Quinn; Viola: Liuh-Wen Ting; Cello: David Miller and Laura Bontrager; Bass: Richard Sarpola; Drums/Percussion: John Meyers; Keyboards: Todd Ellison and Adam Ben-David
Casting: Jay Binder; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Marketing Consultant: Margery Singer; Dance Captain: Thomas Titone; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Princess Pratfall Coordinator: Rick Sordelet; Assistant to the Director: Philip Shneidman; Assistant to Ms. Gennaro: Bill Badolato; Press Associate: Amy Jacobs and Susanne Tighe
Sarah Jessica Parker Princess Winnifred
Princess of Farfelot
David Aaron Baker Prince Dauntless
son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain
Laura Bontrager The Royal Cellist
Ann Brown The Nightingale of Samarkand
a royal pet
Maria Calabrese Ensemble
Lawrence Clayton Minstrel
a travelling player
Lewis Cleale Sir Harry
Knight of the Herald
Nick Cokas Other Player
David Elder Prince
Thursday Farrar Ensemble
Pascale Faye The Royal Ballet
David Hibbard Jester
David Jennings Queen
Jane Krakowski Lady Larken
a Lady in waiting
Sebastian LaCause Ensemble
Heath Lamberts The King Sextimus
Aixa M. Rosario Medina Ensemble
Janet Metz Ensemble
Jason Opsahl Ensemble
Tina Ou Ensemble
Arte Phillips The Royal Ballet
Other Player
Stephen Reed Other Player

role added after opening
Maitre 'd
Tom Alan Robbins Master Merton
confidante to the Queen
Mary Lou Rosato The Queen Aggravain
Jennifer Smith Ensemble

role added after opening
Princess #12
Bob Walton Princess

role added after opening
Royal Quizmaster
Swings: Pamela Gold and Thomas Titone
Understudies: Ann Brown (Lady Larken), David Elder (Sir Harry), Janet Metz (Princess Winnifred), Jason Opsahl (Minstrel), Stephen Reed (Master Merton), Tom Alan Robbins (The King Sextimus), Jennifer Smith (The Queen Aggravain) and Bob Walton (Jester, Prince Dauntless)
Tony Award®
 1997 Best Revival of a Musical [nominee]
Produced by Dodger Productions and Joop Van Den Ende
music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer
ACT 1Sung By
Many Moons Ago Minstrel (a travelling player) and Players
An Opening for a Princess Prince Dauntless (son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain), Lady Larken (a Lady in waiting), Knights and Ladies
In a Little While Lady Larken (a Lady in waiting) and Sir Harry (Knight of the Herald)
Shy Princess Winnifred (Princess of Farfelot) and Knights
The Minstrel, The Jester and I The King Sextimus, Minstrel (a travelling player) and Jester
Sensitivity The Queen Aggravain
Swamps of Home Princess Winnifred (Princess of Farfelot), Prince Dauntless (son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain) and Ladies
Normandy Minstrel (a travelling player), Jester, The King Sextimus and Lady Larken (a Lady in waiting)
Spanish Panic The Queen Aggravain, Princess Winnifred (Princess of Farfelot), Prince Dauntless (son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain), Knights and Ladies
Song of Love Prince Dauntless (son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain), Princess Winnifred (Princess of Farfelot), Knights and Ladies
ACT 2Sung By
Quiet Entire Court
Goodnight, Sweet Princess Prince Dauntless (son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain)
Happily Ever After Princess Winnifred (Princess of Farfelot)
Man to Man Talk The King Sextimus and Prince Dauntless (son of King Sextimus and Queen Aggravain)
Very Soft Shoes Jester
Yesterday I Loved You Sir Harry (Knight of the Herald) and Lady Larken (a Lady in waiting)
Lullaby The Nightingale of Samarkand (a royal pet)
Finale Entire Court