MusicalComedy FarceRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 18, 1996
Closing Date
Jan 04, 1998
1st Preview
Mar 18, 1996
1st Preview
Mar 18, 1996
Previews
35
Performances
715
MusicalComedy FarceRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
St. James Theatre
(Apr 18, 1996 - Jan 04, 1998)

Setting
Two hundred years before the Christian era, a day in spring. A street in Rome in front of the houses of Erronius, Senex and Lycus.

Book by Larry Gelbart and Burt Shevelove; Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick; Dance arrangements by David Chase
Directed by Jerry Zaks; Assistant Director: B.T. McNicholl; Choreographed by Rob Marshall; Associate Choreographer: Sarah Miles
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Associate Scenic Design: Larry Gruber; Assistant Scenic Design: Mike Fagin; Assistant to Mr. Walton: Ann Keehbaugh; Costume Design by Tony Walton; Associate Costume Design: Sharon Sprague; Assistant Costume Design: Mirena Rada and Nan Young; Lighting Design by Paul Gallo; Associate Lighting Design: David Weiner; Assistant Lighting Design: Julie Duro; Sound Design by Tony Meola; Associate Sound Design: Marie Renee Foucher; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence
General Manager: Dodger Productions; Associate Gen. Mgr: Joshua Rosenblum; Company Manager: Marcia Goldberg; Assistant Co. Mgr: Kimberly Kelley
Production Manager: Peter Fulbright; Production Stage Manager: Arthur Gaffin; Stage Manager: Michael Pule; Assistant Stage Mgr: John F. Sullivan
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Marketing Consultant: Margery Singer; Dance Captain: Michael Arnold; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Press Associate: Amy Jacobs, Stefanie Kastel and Stephen Pitalo
Prologus
an actor
Mar 18, 1996 - Feb 09, 1997
 
Pseudolus
slave to Hero
Mar 18, 1996 - Feb 09, 1997
Philia
a virgin
Erronius
a citizen of Rome
Miles Gloriosus
a warrior
Hysterium
slave to Senex and Domina
Lycus
a buyer and seller of courtesans
Senex
a citizen of Rome
Hero
son of Senex and Domina
Domina
wife of Senex
Protean
Protean
Tintinabula
a courtesan
Vibrata
a courtesan
Geminae
a courtesan, one of a pair
Gymnasia
a courtesan
Protean
Geminae
a courtesan, one of a pair
Panacea
a courtesan
Standby: Bob Amaral (Pseudolus, Prologus)
Understudies: Bob Amaral (Hysterium, Lycus), MacIntyre Dixon (Senex, Erronius), Cory English (Hero), Patrick Garner (Hysterium, Lycus, Erronius), Ruth Gottschall (Domina), Kenneth Kantor (Senex, Lycus, Miles Gloriosus), Kevin Kraft (Hero), Jennifer Rosin (Philia) and Leigh Zimmerman (Gymnasia)

St. James Theatre (Apr 18, 1996 - Jan 04, 1998)

Company Manager: Kimberly Kelley

Cast

Pseudolus
slave to Hero
Dec 02, 1997 - Jan 04, 1998
 
Prologus
an actor
Dec 02, 1997 - Jan 04, 1998
Pseudolus
slave to Hero
Feb 11, 1997 - Jul 13, 1997
 
Prologus
an actor
Feb 11, 1997 - Jul 13, 1997
Pseudolus
slave to Hero
Jul 15, 1997 - Nov 30, 1997
 
Prologus
an actor
Jul 15, 1997 - Nov 30, 1997
Domina
wife of Senex
Lycus
a buyer and seller of courtesans
Panacea
a courtesan
Kena Tangi Dorsey
Broadway debut
Gymnasia
a courtesan
Vibrata
a courtesan
Domina
wife of Senex
Senex
a citizen of Rome
? - Jan 04, 1998
Vibrata
a courtesan
Senex
a citizen of Rome
Hysterium
slave to Senex and Domina
Vibrata
a courtesan
Geminae
a courtesan, one of a pair
Lycus
a buyer and seller of courtesans
? - Jan 04, 1998
Geminae
a courtesan, one of a pair
Understudies: Holly Cruikshank (Gymnasia), Gina Ferrall (Domina), Robert Fitch (Senex, Erronius), Kenneth Kantor (Pseudolus), David Rogers (Senex, Erronius), Don Stitt (Lycus), Kristin Willits (Vibrata) and Jessica-Snow Wilson (Philia)
music by Stephen Sondheim; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Act 1
Sung By
Comedy Tonight
Prologus, Proteans and Company
Love, I Hear
Hero
Free
Pseudolus and Hero
The House of Marcus Lycus
Lycus, Pseudolus and Courtesans
Lovely
Philia and Hero
Everybody Ought to Have a Maid
Senex, Pseudolus, Hysterium and Lycus
I'm Calm
Hysterium
Impossible
Senex and Hero
Bring Me My Bride
Miles Gloriosus, Pseudolus, Courtesans and Proteans
Act 2
Sung By
That Dirty Old Man
Domina
That'll Show Him
Philia
Lovely (Reprise)
Pseudolus and Hysterium
Funeral Sequence and Dance
Miles Gloriosus, Pseudolus, Courtesans and Proteans
Comedy Tonight (Reprise)
Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Actor in a Musical

1996 Winner
Nathan Lane
 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1996 Nominee
Lewis J. Stadlen
 

Best Direction of a Musical

1996 Nominee
Directed by Jerry Zaks
Season:
Week Ending Gross % Gross Pot. Attendance % Capacity # Previews # Perf.
Statistics supplied are courtesy of The Broadway League.
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