Opening Date
Dec 01, 2011
Closing Date
Dec 30, 2011
1st Preview
Nov 04, 2011
1st Preview
Nov 04, 2011


Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
(Dec 01, 2011 - Dec 30, 2011)

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Book by Ivan Menchell; Lyrics by Don Black; Music by Frank Wildhorn; Musical Director: Jason Howland; Music arranged by John McDaniel; Music orchestrated by John McDaniel
Directed by Jeff Calhoun; Choreographed by Jeff Calhoun; Associate Director: Coy Middlebrook; Assistant Director: Corey Brunish and J. Scott Lapp
Scenic Design by Tobin Ost; Costume Design by Tobin Ost; Lighting Design by Michael Gilliam; Sound Design by John Shivers; Projection Design by Aaron Rhyne; Hair and Wig Design by Charles LaPointe; Make-Up Design by Ashley Ryan; Associate Scenic Design: Christine Peters; Associate Costume Design: Leslie Malitz; Associate Hair Design: Leah Loukas; Associate Lighting Design: John Viesta; Assistant Scenic Design: Brian Kalin and Frank McCullough; Assistant Lighting Design: Christian DeAngelis; Assistant Projection Design: Ned Stresen-Reuter
General Manager: Bespoke Theatricals; Company Manager: Doug Gaeta; Associate Gen. Mgr: David Roth; Associate Co. Mgr: Roseanna M. Sharrow
Technical Supervisor: Neil A. Mazzella and Hudson Theatrical Associates; Production Stage Manager: Paul J. Smith; Stage Manager: Megan J. Schneid; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jason Brouillard
Conducted by Jason Howland; Musical Supervisor: John McDaniel; Associate Conductor: Jeff Tanski; Music Contractor: David Lai; Piano: Jason Howland; Synthesizer: Jeff Tanski; Violin: Cenovia Cummins; Bass: Chris Lightcap; Guitar 1: Brian Koonin; Guitar 2/Banjo/Pedal Steel: Gordon Titcomb; Woodwinds: Rob Jacoby and Dan Willis; Synthesizer Programmer: Randy Cohen; Drums: Clint de Ganon
Fight direction by Steve Rankin; Casting: Telsey + Company; General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates, Irene Gandy and Alana Karpoff; Marketing: Jeffrey Richards Associates, Alana Karpoff and Irene Gandy; Advertising: Serino Coyne; Website Design/Online Marketing Strategy: Situation Interactive; Interactive Marketing Service: Broadway's Best Shows, Christopher Pineda and Andy Drachenberg; Photographer: Nathan Johnson
Clyde Barrow
Bonnie Parker
Buck Barrow
Sheriff Schmid
Ted Hinton
Blanche Barrow
Young Clyde
Cumie Barrow
Governor Ferguson
Emma Parker
Young Bonnie
Henry Barrow
Understudies: Rozi Baker (Young Bonnie), Alison Cimmet (Blanche Barrow, Emma Parker, Cumie Barrow, Governor Ferguson), Daniel Cooney (Sheriff Schmid, Preacher), Jon Fletcher (Clyde Barrow), Sean Jenness (Henry Barrow, Preacher), Katie Klaus (Blanche Barrow), Garrett Long (Blanche Barrow, Emma Parker, Cumie Barrow, Governor Ferguson), Matt Lutz (Buck Barrow, Ted Hinton), Marissa McGowan (Bonnie Parker), Cassie Okenka (Bonnie Parker), Justin Matthew Sargent (Clyde Barrow, Buck Barrow, Bud, Ted Hinton), Jack Tartaglia (Young Clyde) and Tad Wilson (Sheriff Schmid, Preacher)
music by Frank Wildhorn; lyrics by Don Black
Act 1
Sung By
Picture Show
Young Bonnie, Young Clyde, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow
This World Will Remember Us
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker
You're Goin' Back to Jail
Blanche Barrow, Buck Barrow and Salon Women
How 'Bout a Dance
Bonnie Parker
When I Drive
Clyde Barrow and Buck Barrow
God's Arms Are Always Open
Preacher and Congregation
You Can Do Better Than Him
Ted Hinton and Clyde Barrow
You Love Who You Love
Bonnie Parker and Blanche Barrow
Raise a Little Hell
Clyde Barrow
This World Will Remember Us (Reprise)
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker
Act 2
Sung By
Made in America
Preacher and Ensemble
Too Late to Turn Back Now
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker
That's What You Call a Dream
Blanche Barrow
What Was Good Enough for You
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker
Clyde Barrow
Raise a Little Hell (Reprise)
Clyde Barrow, Buck Barrow and Ted Hinton
Dyin' Ain't So Bad
Bonnie Parker
God's Arms Are Always Open (Reprise)
Blanche Barrow and Preacher
Picture Show (Reprise)
Young Bonnie and Young Clyde
Dyin' Ain't So Bad (Reprise)
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow

Tony Award®


Best Original Score Written for the Theatre

2012 Nominee
Music by Frank Wildhorn
Lyrics by Don Black

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical

2012 Nominee
Laura Osnes

Theatre World


2012 Recipient
Jeremy Jordan
Week Ending Gross % Gross Pot. Attendance % Capacity # Previews # Perf.
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