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Anna Karenina   

Circle in the Square Theatre, (8/26/1992 - 10/04/1992)
First Preview: Aug 11, 1992 Total Previews: 18
Opening Date: Aug 26, 1992    
Closing Date: Oct 04, 1992 Total Performances: 46

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: Russia and Italy. 1870s.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Robert A. Buckley: Managing Director; Paul Libin: Consulting Producer)
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Robert A. Buckley: Managing Director; Paul Libin: Consulting Producer)
Book by Peter Kellogg; Lyrics by Peter Kellogg; Music by Daniel Levine; Adapted from the novel by Leo Tolstoy; Music orchestrated by Peter Matz; Musical Director: Nicholas Archer; Dance arrangements by Nicholas Archer
Directed by Theodore Mann; Musical Sequences Staged by Patricia Birch; Associate Choreographer: Jonathan Cerullo
Scenic Design by James Morgan; Costume Design by Carrie Robbins; Lighting Design by Mary Jo Dondlinger; Sound Design by Fox and Perla; Hair Design by Michael T. Costain
Company Manager: Susan Elrod
Production Stage Manager: Wm. Hare; Stage Manager: Jack Gianino
Musical Coordinator: Seymour "Red" Press; Conducted by Nicholas Archer; Assistant Conductor: David Geist
Dramaturg: Nancy Bosco; Casting: Judy Henderson and Alycia Aumuller; Circle in the Square Press Agent: Maria Somma; Circle in the Square Director of Development: Craig Raia; Dance Captain: Jonathan Cerullo; Circle in the Square Advertising: The Golden Group
Ann Crumb
Anna Karenina
John Cunningham
Nicolai Karenin
Anna's husband
Scott Wentworth
Count Alexis Vronsky
Gabriel Barre
Master of Ceremonies
Man at Party
Jeremy Black
Jo Ann Cunningham
Princess Elizabeth Tversky
Gregg Edelman
Constantine Levin
Naz Edwards
Kitty's maid
Woman at Party
Melissa Errico
Princess Kitty Scherbatsky
Larry Hansen
Man at the Ball
Guard at the Station
Vronsky's servant
Billy Hipkins
Jerry Lanning
Prince Stephen Oblonsky
Amelia Prentice
woman at the station
Italian nurse
Darcy Pulliam
Karenin's maid
David Pursley
Train Conductor
a servant
Levin's foreman
Erik Houston Saari
Seryozha Karenin
Anna's son
Ray Wills
Man at the Ball
Finance Minister
Prince Yashvin
a Captain
Swings: Jonathan Cerullo and Audrey Lavine
Understudies: Gabriel Barre (Constantine Levin), Melissa Errico (Anna Karenina), Larry Hansen (Nicolai Karenin), Amelia Prentice (Princess Kitty Scherbatsky), David Pursley (Prince Stephen Oblonsky) and Ray Wills (Count Alexis Vronsky)
Tony Award®
1993 Best Book of a Musical [nominee]
Book by Peter Kellogg
1993 Best Original Score [nominee]
Music by Daniel Levine; Lyrics by Peter Kellogg
1993 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Ann Crumb
1993 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Gregg Edelman
Drama Desk Award
1993 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Jerry Lanning
music by Daniel Levine; lyrics by Peter Kellogg
ACT 1 Sung By
On a Train Anna Karenina, Count Alexis Vronsky, Constantine Levin and Chorus
There's More to Life Than Love Prince Stephen Oblonsky and Anna Karenina
How Awful Princess Kitty Scherbatsky
Would You? Constantine Levin
In a Room Constantine Levin, Princess Kitty Scherbatsky, Anna Karenina, Count Alexis Vronsky and Chorus
Waltz and Mazurka Anna Karenina, Princess Kitty Scherbatsky, Count Alexis Vronsky, Prince Stephen Oblonsky and Chorus
Nothing Has Changed Anna Karenina
Lowlands Basso
Rumors Chorus
How Many Men? Princess Kitty Scherbatsky
We Were Dancing Count Alexis Vronsky
I'm Lost Anna Karenina
Karenin's List Nicolai Karenin
Waiting for You Anna Karenina and Count Alexis Vronsky
ACT 2 Sung By
This Can't Go On Anna Karenina, Count Alexis Vronsky and Nicolai Karenin
Peasants' Idyll Chorus
That Will Serve Her Right Constantine Levin
Everything's Fine Anna Karenina and Count Alexis Vronsky
Would You? (Reprise) Constantine Levin and Princess Kitty Scherbatsky
Everything's Fine (Reprise) Anna Karenina
Only at Night Nicolai Karenin
Finale Anna Karenina and Chorus