MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 22, 2004
Closing Date
Jul 18, 2004
1st Preview
Mar 31, 2004
1st Preview
Mar 31, 2004
Previews
26
Performances
101
MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Studio 54
(Apr 22, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004)

Comments
Premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in 1990. Was considered a "Revival" for the purposes of the Tony nominations in 2004.

Produced off-Broadway in 1990 by Playwrights Horizons (André Bishop, Paul Daniels)
Book by John Weidman; Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Musical Director: Paul Gemignani; Music orchestrated by Michael Starobin; Based on an idea by Charles Gilbert, Jr.
Directed by Joe Mantello; Musical Staging by Jonathan Butterell
Scenic Design by Robert Brill; Costume Design by Susan Hilferty; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer; Sound Design by Dan Moses Schreier; Hair and Wig Design by Tom Watson; Projection Design by Elaine J. McCarthy; Lead Assistant Set Designer: Tobin Ost; Assistant Scenic Design: Michael Byrnes, Antje Ellermann and Jenny B. Sawyers; Set Design Assistant: Todd Ivins and Dan Meeker; Assistant Costume Design: Maiko Matsushima; Assistant Lighting Design: Scott Davis; Associate Sound Design: David Bullard; Assistant Projection Design: Jacob Daniel Pinholster
Roundabout General Manager: Sydney Davolos; Associate Gen. Mgr: Greg Backstrom; Company Manager: Nichole Larson
Production Stage Manager: William Joseph Barnes; Stage Manager: Jon Krause; Roundabout Technical Supervisor: Steve Beers
Associate Conductor: Nicholas Archer; Keyboard: Nicholas Archer and Paul Ford; Flute, Piccolo, Clarinet, Soprano Sax, Harmonica: Dennis Anderson; Oboe, English Horn, Piccolo, Clarinet, Alto Sax: Andrew Shreeves; Clarinet, Flute, Piccolo, Bass Clarinet, E-flat Clarinet, Tenor Sax: Scott Shachter; Bassoon, Clarinet, Baritone Sax: Mark Thrasher; Trumpet, Cornet: Dominic Derasse; Trumpet, Flugelhorn: Phil Granger; French Horn: Ronald Sell; Trombone, Euphonium: Bruce Eidem; Guitars, Banjo, Mandolin: Scott Kuney; Bass, Electric Bass: John Beal; Drums and Percussion: Larry Lelli; Rehearsal Pianist: Nicholas Archer and Paul Ford; Synthesizer Programmer: Bruce Samuels; Music Copying: Emily Grishman Music Preparation
Special Effects Equipment by Jauchem & Meeh, Inc.
Roundabout Director of Artistic Development / Casting: Jim Carnahan; Roundabout Associate Artistic Director: Scott Ellis; Roundabout Director of Marketing: David B. Steffen; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Production Assistant: Timothy Semon, David Solomon and Brendan Clifford; Italian Language Coach: Franco D'Allesandro
Sara Jane Moore
Leon Czolgosz
Samuel Byck
John Wilkes Booth
Lynette "Squeaky'' Fromme
John Hinckley
 
Lee Harvey Oswald
Proprietor
Mar 31, 2004 - Jun 13, 2004
Giuseppe Zangara
Charles Guiteau
James Blaine
 
President Gerald Ford
 
Ensemble
President James Garfield
 
Ensemble
Billy
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Emma Goldman
 
Ensemble
David Herold
 
Ensemble
Understudies: James Clow (John Wilkes Booth, Charles Guiteau), Merwin Foard (Leon Czolgosz, Samuel Byck, Proprietor), Kendra Kassebaum (Lynette "Squeaky'' Fromme), Chris Peluso (Balladeer) and Brandon Wardell (John Hinckley, Balladeer, Giuseppe Zangara)

Studio 54 (Apr 22, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004)

Conducted by Nicholas Archer (Jun 15, 2004 - ?)

Cast

Proprietor
Jun 15, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004
music by Stephen Sondheim; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Everybody's Got the Right
Proprietor, Leon Czolgosz, Charles Guiteau, Lynette "Squeaky'' Fromme, Samuel Byck, John Wilkes Booth, Giuseppe Zangara, John Hinckley and Sara Jane Moore
The Ballad of Booth
Balladeer and John Wilkes Booth
How I Saved Roosevelt
Giuseppe Zangara and Ensemble
Gun Song
Leon Czolgosz, John Wilkes Booth, Charles Guiteau and Sara Jane Moore
The Ballad of Czolgosz
Balladeer and Ensemble
Unworthy of Your Love
John Hinckley and Lynette "Squeaky'' Fromme
The Ballad of Guiteau
Charles Guiteau and Balladeer
Another National Anthem
Proprietor, Leon Czolgosz, John Wilkes Booth, John Hinckley, Lynette "Squeaky'' Fromme, Giuseppe Zangara, Sara Jane Moore, Charles Guiteau, Samuel Byck and Balladeer
Something Just Broke
Ensemble
Everybody's Got the Right (Reprise)
Sara Jane Moore, Samuel Byck, Leon Czolgosz, Giuseppe Zangara, Lynette "Squeaky'' Fromme, John Hinckley, Lee Harvey Oswald, Charles Guiteau and John Wilkes Booth

Tony Award®

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

2004 Winner
Michael Cerveris
 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

2004 Nominee
Denis O'Hare
 

Best Scenic Design

2004 Nominee
Scenic Design by Robert Brill

Best Lighting Design

2004 Winner
Lighting Design by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer

Best Direction of a Musical

2004 Winner
Directed by Joe Mantello

Best Orchestrations

2004 Winner
Music orchestrated by Michael Starobin

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical

2004 Nominee
Marc Kudisch
 

Outstanding Director of a Musical

2004 Nominee
Directed by Joe Mantello

Outstanding Orchestrations

2004 Winner
Music orchestrated by Michael Starobin
 

Outstanding Set Design of a Musical

2004 Nominee
Scenic Design by Robert Brill

Outstanding Lighting Design

2004 Winner
Lighting Design by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer

Outstanding Sound Design

2004 Winner
Sound Design by Dan Moses Schreier

Theatre World

Award

2004 Recipient
Alexander Gemignani
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Statistics supplied are courtesy of The Broadway League.
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