MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 18, 1993
Closing Date
May 09, 1993
1st Preview
Mar 26, 1993
1st Preview
Mar 26, 1993
Previews
27
Performances
25
MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
(Apr 18, 1993 - May 09, 1993)

Setting
Time: Early Summer and Early Fall, 1948.

Produced by Arthur Rubin
A production by Tra La La, Inc.
Book by Thomas Meehan and Lee Adams; Music by Mitch Leigh; Lyrics by Lee Adams; Vocal arrangements by Neil Warner; Musical Director: Nicholas Archer; Music orchestrated by Christopher Bankey; Dance arrangements by Scot Woolley
Directed by Scott Harris; Choreographed by Randy Skinner
Scenic Design by David Mitchell; Costume Design by Suzy Benzinger; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Sound Design by Otts Munderloh; Hair Design by Masarone; Make-Up Design by Masarone; Assistant Costume Design: Patrick Chevillot; Assistant Lighting Design: Howard Werner; Assistant Projection Design: Howard Werner; Associate Scenic Design: Brian Webb; Associate Lighting Design: Jason Kantrowitz; Assistant Scenic Design: Nancy Winters and Glynda Neff
General Manager: Peter H. Russell
Production Supervisor: Jeremiah J. Harris; Production Stage Manager: Frank Marino; Stage Manager: John Actman
Musical Supervisor: Neil Warner; Conducted by Nicholas Archer; Musical Coordinator: Bill Meade
Casting: Gayle Kenerson; Press Representative: Fred Nathan; Dance Captain: Kelli Barclay; Asst. to the Choreographer: Kelli Barclay; Advertising: LeDonne, Wilner, & Weiner, Inc.
Mike Todd
Gypsy Rose Lee
Joan Blondell
Bobby Clark
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
Marvin Fischbein
Ensemble
Riverside Street Walker
 
The President & His Cabinet II
"Of The People," Part II
 
Ensemble
 
The President & His Cabinet II
"Of The People," Part II
 
Ensemble
Lindy's Waiter
 
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
The President & His Cabinet II
"Of The People," Part II
 
Ensemble
Wally Farfle
 
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
Frankie
the Bartender
 
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
 
The President & His Cabinet II
"Of The People," Part II
 
Ensemble
Lindy's Waiter
 
Herbie
the Office Boy
 
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
Murray Pearl
Ensemble
Harriet Popkin
Waldo Klein
Reuben Pelish
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Lou
the Stage Manager
 
Lindy's Waiter
 
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
Rocco
 
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Ensemble
 
The President & His Cabinet II
"Of The People," Part II
 
Ensemble
The President & His Cabinet I
"Of The People," Part I
 
Linda
 
The President & His Cabinet II
"Of The People," Part II
 
Ensemble
Dexter Leslie
The President & His Cabinet II
"Of The People," Part II
 
Ensemble
 
Ensemble
Standby: P. J. Benjamin (Mike Todd)
Understudies: Beverly Britton (Joan Blondell), Scott Elliott (Marvin Fischbein, Waldo Klein), Merwin Goldsmith (Dexter Leslie), Jerold Goldstein (Bobby Clark, Jaeger), Bill Nabel (Murray Pearl, Reuben Pelish), Ginger Prince (Harriet Popkin) and Mimi Cichanowicz Quillin (Gypsy Rose Lee)

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (Apr 18, 1993 - May 09, 1993)

Cast

Rocco
music by Mitch Leigh; lyrics by Lee Adams
Act 1
Sung By
Girls Ahoy!
Bobby Clark, Gypsy Rose Lee and Ensemble
Ain't Broadway Grand
Mike Todd, Harriet Popkin, Murray Pearl, Reuben Pelish and Ensemble
Class
Mike Todd and Chorus Girls
The Theatre, the Theatre
Marvin Fischbein and Waldo Klein
Ain't Broadway Grand (Reprise)
Mike Todd, Harriet Popkin, Murray Pearl, Dexter Leslie, Marvin Fischbein, Waldo Klein, Wally Farfle and Ensemble
Lindy's
Jaeger, Waiters and Company
It's Time to Go
Gypsy Rose Lee and Ensemble
Waiting in the Wings
Joan Blondell
You're My Star
Mike Todd and Ensemble
A Big Job
President and Ensemble
Act 2
Sung By
Ain't Broadway Grand (Reprise)
Jaeger and Waiters
They'll Never Take Us Alive
Mike Todd, Harriet Popkin and Murray Pearl
On the Street
Mike Todd
The Man I Married
Joan Blondell and Female Ensemble
Maybe, Maybe Not
Gypsy Rose Lee
Tall Dames and Low Comedy
Bobby Clark and Ensemble
He's My Guy
Joan Blondell
A Big Job (Reprise)
President and Ensemble
You're My Star (Reprise)
Mike Todd

Tony Award®

 

Best Choreography

1993 Nominee
Choreographed by Randy Skinner
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