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A Day in Hollywood / A Night in the Ukraine    A Musical Double Feature

John Golden Theatre, (5/01/1980 - 6/14/1980)
Royale Theatre, (6/17/1980 - 9/27/1981)
First Preview: Apr 02, 1980 Total Previews: 9
Opening Date: May 01, 1980    
Closing Date: Sep 27, 1981 Total Performances: 588

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revue, Original, Broadway
Setting: "A Day in Hollywood" set in the lobby of Grauman's Chinese Theater. "A Night in the Ukraine" set in the morning room of the Pavlenko residence in the Ukraine before the Revolution.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Hildy Parks; Co - Producer: Roy A. Somlyo; Associate Producer: Philip M. Getter
Book by Dick Vosburgh; Music by Frank Lazarus; Lyrics by Dick Vosburgh; Musical Director: Wally Harper; Vocal arrangements by Wally Harper; Dance arrangements by Wally Harper; "A Night in the Ukraine" loosely based on "The Bear" by Anton Chekhov
Directed by Tommy Tune; Choreographed by Tommy Tune; Co - Choreographer: Thommie Walsh
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Costume Design by Michel Stuart; Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons; Sound Design by Otts Munderloh; Hair Design by Joseph Dal Corso; Make-Up Design by Joe Cranzano
General Manager: Roy A. Somlyo; Company Manager: Charles Willard and Joel Wyman
Production Stage Manager: Thomas Kelly; Stage Manager: Christopher A. Cohen; Technical Supervisor: Joseph Monaco; Technical Coordinator: Arthur Siccardi
Conducted by Allen Cohen; Pianist: Allen Cohen and Rod Derefinko; Music Contractor: John Monaco
Production Associate: Seymour Herscher; Casting: Meg Simon and Fran Kumin; Press Representative: Alpert / LeVine; Dance Captain: Albert Stephenson; Technical Coordinator: Arthur Siccardi; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; Photographer: Martha Swope
Kate Draper
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
Mrs. Pavlenko's Daughter
David Garrison
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
Serge B. Samovar
a Moscow Lawyer
Niki Harris
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
the Maid
Peggy Hewett
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
Mrs. Pavlenko
a Rich Widow
Stephen James
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
a Coachman
Frank Lazarus
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
Mrs. Pavlenko's Italian Footman
Priscilla Lopez
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
Mrs. Pavlenko's Gardener
Albert Stephenson
"A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble
a Manservant
Standby: Mitchell Greenberg ("A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble, Carlo, Serge B. Samovar)
Understudies: Karen Harvey ("A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble, Masha), Jack Magradey ("A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble, Constantine, Sascha), Tudi Roach ("A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble, Gino, Nina) and Celia Tackaberry ("A Day in Hollywood" Ensemble, Mrs. Pavlenko)
Tony Award®
1980 Best Musical [nominee]
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Hildy Parks
1980 Best Book of a Musical [nominee]
Book by Dick Vosburgh
1980 Best Original Score [nominee]
Music by Frank Lazarus; Lyrics by Dick Vosburgh
1980 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
David Garrison
winner 1980 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Priscilla Lopez
1980 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
Tony Walton
1980 Best Lighting Design [nominee]
Beverly Emmons
winner 1980 Best Choreography [winner]
Tommy Tune
winner 1980 Best Choreography [winner]
Thommie Walsh
1980 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Tommy Tune
Drama Desk Award
1980 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Peggy Hewett
winner 1980 Outstanding Choreography [winner]
Tommy Tune
music by Frank Lazarus; lyrics by Dick Vosburgh
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Just Go to the Movies
(music by Jerry Herman; lyrics by Jerry Herman)
The Company
Famous Feet
I Love a Film Cliche
(music by Trevor Lyttleton and Frank Lazarus)
(music by Jerry Herman; lyrics by Jerry Herman)
The Best in the World
(music by Jerry Herman; lyrics by Jerry Herman)
It All Comes Out of the Piano
(lyrics by Frank Lazarus and Dick Vosburgh)
Ain't We Got Fun
(lyrics by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan)
Too Marvelous for Words (from READY, WILLING AND ABLE film)
(lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
(The) Japanese Sandman
(lyrics by Raymond B. Egan)
On the Good Ship Lollipop (from BRIGHT EYES film)
(lyrics by Sidney Clare)
Double Trouble (from THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1936 film)
(music by Richard A. Whiting and Ralph Rainger; lyrics by Leo Robin)
Louise (from INNOCENTS OF PARIS film)
(lyrics by Leo Robin)
Sleepy Time Gal
(music by Ange Lorenzo and Richard A. Whiting; lyrics by Raymond B. Egan and Joseph R. Alden)
Beyond the Blue Horizon (from MONTE CARLO film)
(music by Richard A. Whiting and W. Franke Harling; lyrics by Leo Robin)
Thanks for the Memory
(music by Ralph Rainger; lyrics by Leo Robin)
Another Memory
Doin' the Production Code
A Night in the Ukraine Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Samovar the Lawyer
Just Like That
A Duel! A Duel!
A Night in the Ukraine (Reprise) Company