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By Jeeves    a musical entertainment

Helen Hayes Theatre, (10/28/2001 - 12/30/2001)
First Preview: Oct 16, 2001 Total Previews: 15
Opening Date: Oct 28, 2001    
Closing Date: Dec 30, 2001 Total Performances: 73

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: A church hall, later to represent a London flat and the house and grounds of Totleigh Towers. This very evening.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Donald Tick and Martin Markinson
Produced by The Goodspeed Opera House (Michael P. Price, Executive Producer)
This production originated at The Pittsburgh Public Theatre; First performance by The Stephen Joseph Theatre Company; Original London production produced by The Really Useful Theatre Company Ltd.; Previously produced by The Goodspeed Opera House (Michael P. Price, Executive Producer), Geffen Playhouse and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Book by Alan Ayckbourn; Lyrics by Alan Ayckbourn; Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Based on the "Jeeves" stories by P. G. Wodehouse; Musical Director: Michael O'Flaherty; Music arranged by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber
Directed by Alan Ayckbourn; Choreographed by Sheila Carter
Scenic Design by Roger Glossop; Costume Design by Louise Belson; Lighting Design by Mick Hughes; Sound Design by Richard Ryan; Hair Design by Bobby H. Grayson
General Manager: The Charlotte Wilcox Company; Company Manager: Bruce Kagel
Production Supervisor: O'Donovan & Bradford; Production Stage Manager: Daniel S. Rosokoff; Stage Manager: Nancy Elizabeth Vest
Musical Supervisor: Michael O'Flaherty; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Michael O'Flaherty; Associate Conductor: F. Wade Russo; Reeds: Eddie Salkin; Guitar: Jack Cavari; Bass: Brian Cassier; Drums/Percussion: Brad Flickinger; Keyboard: F. Wade Russo; Piano: Michael O'Flaherty
Casting: Sarah Hughes and Warren Pincus; Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations; Dance Captain: Ian Knauer; Photographer: Suellen Fitzsimmons; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Marketing: The Walton Group
John Scherer
Bertie Wooster
Martin Jarvis
Donna Lynne Champlin
Honoria Glossop
Tom Ford
Other Personage
James Kall
Broadway debut
Gussie Fink-Nottle
Ian Knauer
Harold "Stinker" Pinker
Emily Loesser
Stiffy Byng
Molly Renfroe
Broadway debut
Other Personage
Don Stephenson
Bingo Little
Sam Tsoutsouvas
Sir Watkyn Bassett
Becky Watson
Broadway debut
Madeline Bassett
Court Whisman
Broadway debut
Other Personage
Steve Wilson
Cyrus Budge III (Junior)
Swings: Cristin Mortenson and Jamison Stern
Understudies: David Edwards (Cyrus Budge III (Junior), Harold "Stinker" Pinker, Jeeves, Sir Watkyn Bassett), Tom Ford (Bertie Wooster, Bingo Little, Gussie Fink-Nottle), Cristin Mortenson (Honoria Glossop, Madeline Bassett, Stiffy Byng), Molly Renfroe (Honoria Glossop, Madeline Bassett, Stiffy Byng), Jamison Stern (Bertie Wooster, Bingo Little, Gussie Fink-Nottle) and Court Whisman (Cyrus Budge III (Junior), Harold "Stinker" Pinker, Jeeves, Sir Watkyn Bassett)
Theatre World
winner 2002 Award [recipient]
Martin Jarvis
music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; lyrics by Alan Ayckbourn
ACT 1 Sung By
A False Start Bertie Wooster
Never Fear Bertie Wooster and Jeeves
Travel Hopefully Bertie Wooster and Bingo Little
That Was Nearly Us Honoria Glossop
Love's Maze Bertie Wooster, Company and Stiffy Byng
The Hallo Song Bertie Wooster, Cyrus Budge III (Junior) and Gussie Fink-Nottle
ACT 2 Sung By
By Jeeves Bertie Wooster, Bingo Little and Gussie Fink-Nottle
When Love Arrives Bertie Wooster and Madeline Bassett
What Have You got to Say, Jeeves? Bertie Wooster and Jeeves
Half a Moment Harold "Stinker" Pinker and Stiffy Byng
It's a Pig! Bertie Wooster, Gussie Fink-Nottle, Honoria Glossop, Madeline Bassett and Sir Watkyn Bassett
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