Opening Date
Nov 17, 1993
Closing Date
Jan 01, 1994
1st Preview
Oct 13, 1993
1st Preview
Oct 13, 1993


Criterion Center Stage Right
(Nov 17, 1993 - Jan 01, 1994)

An early version of this revue was produced at Rainbow & Stars
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Richard Rodgers; Conceived by Walter Bobbie; Music arranged by Fred Wells; Music orchestrated by Michael Gibson and Jonathan Tunick; Additional Dance Arrangements by Wally Harper; Musical Director: Fred Wells; Assistant Musical Dir.: Leonard Oxley
Directed by Walter Bobbie; Additional Staging by Pamela Sousa
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Costume Design by Martin Pakledinaz; Lighting Design by Natasha Katz; Sound Design by Tony Meola; Hair Design by Antonio Soddu; Assistant to the Set Designer: Dan Kuchar; Assistant to the Costume Designer: Michele Slobin and Fabio Toblini; Assistant to the Lighting Designer: John R. Lasiter; Assistant to Sound Designer: David Shapiro
Roundabout General Manager: Ellen Richard; Company Manager: Denys Baker
Production Stage Manager: Lori M. Doyle; Technical Supervisor: Larry Morley
Assistant to the Director: Jonathan Bernstein; Musical Coordinator: Seymour 'Red' Press; Conducted by Fred Wells; Piano: Fred Wells; Bass: William Ellison; Percussion: Susan Evans; Cello: Annabelle Hoffman; Harp: Lise Nadeau; Woodwinds: Albert Regni
Casting: McCorkle/Cole Casting; Roundabout Director of Planning and Development: Julia C. Levy; Roundabout Artistic Associate: Gloria Muzio; Roundabout Director of Marketing: David B. Steffen; Title and Artwork Design by Tony Walton; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Advertising: Nappi / Eliran Advertising, Ltd.
Standby: Rebecca Eichenberger (Performer) and James Hindman (Performer)
Act 1
Sung By
Carousel Waltz (from "Carousel")
So Far (from "Allegro")
It's A Grand Night For Singing (from "State Fair")
The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (from "Oklahoma")
Stepsisters' Lament (from "Cinderella")
We Kiss In A Shadow (from "The King And I")
Hello, Young Lovers (from "The King And I")
A Wonderful Guy (from "South Pacific")
I Cain't Say No (from "Oklahoma")
Maria (from "The Sound of Music")
Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful? (from "Cinderella")
Honey Bun (from "South Pacific")
The Gentleman Is A Dope (from "Allegro")
Don't Marry Me (from "Flower Drum Song")
I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair (from "South Pacific")
If I Loved You (from "Carousel")
Shall We Dance? (from "The King And I")
That's The Way It Happens (from "Me And Juliet")
All At Once You Love Her (from "Pipe Dream")
Some Enchanted Evening (from "Sputh Pacific")
Act 2
Sung By
Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin' (from "Oklahoma")
Wish Them Well (from "Allegro")
The Man I Used To Be (from "Pipe Dream")
It Might As Well Be Spring (from "State Fair")
Kansas City (from "Oklahoma")
When The Children Are Asleep (from "Carousel")
I Know It Can Happen Again (from "Allegro")
My Little Girl (from "Carousel")
It's Me (from "Me And Juliet")
Love, Look Away (from "Flower Drum Song")
When You're Driving Through The Moonlight (from "Cinderella")
A Lovely Night (from "Cinderella")
Something Wonderful (from "The King And I")
This Nearly Was Mine (from "South Pacific")
Impossible (from "Cinderella")
I Have Dreamed (from "The King And I")

Tony Award®


Best Book of a Musical

1994 Nominee
Conceived by Walter Bobbie

Drama Desk Award

Week Ending Gross % Gross Pot. Attendance % Capacity # Previews # Perf.
Statistics supplied are courtesy of The Broadway League.

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