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Ambassador Theatre, (3/11/2001 - 6/10/2001)
First Preview: Feb 14, 2001 Total Previews: 30
Opening Date: Mar 11, 2001    
Closing Date: Jun 10, 2001 Total Performances: 105

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: The stage of the Shubert Theatre, New York and other locations.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)
Produced by Marty Bell, Chase Mishkin and Arielle Tepper; Associate Producer: Robyn Goodman, Tokyo Broadcasting System Intl., Inc. and Kumiko Yoshii
Originally opened on November 9, 2000 at the Manhattan Theatre Club (Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director; Barry Grove, Executive Producer); Developed by Musical Theatre Works, Inc.
Music by Edward Kleban; Lyrics by Edward Kleban; Book by Linda Kline and Lonny Price; Music orchestrated by Larry Hochman; Musical Director: David Loud; Additional arrangments by David Loud; Incidental music by Todd Ellison; Additional lyrics for "Light on My Feet" by Brian Stein; Additional lyrics for "Paris Through The Window" by Glenn Slater
Directed by Lonny Price; Choreographed by Marguerite Derricks; Associate Director: Stafford Arima
Scenic Design by James Noone; Costume Design by Carrie Robbins; Lighting Design by Kevin Adams; Sound Design by Acme Sound Partners and Nevin Steinberg; Associate Sound Design: Geoff Zink
General Manager: Donald Frantz; Executive Producer: East Egg Entertainment (Marty Bell: President; Michael Fuchs: Chairman); Company Manager: Richard Biederman
Production Stage Manager: Jeffrey M. Markowitz; Technical Director: David Benken; Stage Manager: Heather Fields
Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by David Loud; Associate Conductor: Dan Riddle; Keyboards: David Loud and Dan Riddle; Woodwind: Eddie Salkin and William Sneddon; Trumpet: Hollis Burridge and Matthew Peterson; Drums: Peter Grant; Bass: Ray Kilday
Casting: Jay Binder; Press Representative: Richard Kornberg & Associates; Dance Captain: Jamie Chandler-Torns; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Marketing: The Marketing Group
Lonny Price
Randy Graff
Nancy Anderson
Broadway debut
(Feb 14, 2001 - Jun 03, 2001)
Jeff Blumenkrantz
Charley et al.
Donna Bullock
David Hibbard
Bobby et al.
Patrick Quinn
Sara Ramirez
Standby: Danny Burstein (Ed, Lehman), Jamie Chandler-Torns (Mona), Jonathan Hadley (Bobby et al., Charley et al., Lehman) and Ann Van Cleave (Felicia, Lucy, Sophie)
Tony Award®
2001 Best Musical [nominee]
Produced by Marty Bell, Chase Mishkin and Arielle Tepper
2001 Best Book of a Musical [nominee]
Book by Linda Kline and Lonny Price
2001 Best Original Score [nominee]
Lyrics by Edward Kleban; Music by Edward Kleban
2001 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Randy Graff
2001 Best Orchestrations [nominee]
Larry Hochman
Drama Desk Award
2001 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Randy Graff
2001 Outstanding Lyrics [nominee]
Lyrics by Edward Kleban
2001 Outstanding Music [nominee]
Music by Edward Kleban
music by Edward Kleban; lyrics by Edward Kleban
(Unless otherwise noted)
Light on My Feet
(lyrics by Edward Kleban and Brian Stein)
Ed and Company
The Fountain in the Garden Company
One More Beautiful Song Ed and Sophie
Fridays at Four Company
Bobby's Song Bobby
Charm Song Lehman and Company
Paris Through The Window
(lyrics by Edward Kleban and Glenn Slater)
Ed, Bobby and Charley
Mona Mona
Under Separate Cover Sophie, Lucy and Ed
Don't Do It Again Felicia and Ed
Gauguin's Shoes Ed and Company
Don't Do It Again (Reprise) Lehman
Follow Your Star Sophie and Ed
Better Ed and Company
Scintillating Sophie Ed
The Next Best Thing To Love Sophie
Broadway Boogie Woogie Lucy
Better (Reprise) Ed and Company
I Choose You Ed and Lucy
The Nightmare Ed
Say Something Funny Company
I Won't Be There Ed
Self Portrait Ed
Self Portrait (Reprise) Company