MusicalOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Mar 18, 1969
Closing Date
Mar 22, 1969
Previews
14
Performances
7
MusicalOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.
Theatres
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
(Mar 18, 1969 - Mar 22, 1969)

Setting
The towns and surrounding countryside along the Connecticut River in New England. 1840.

Produced by Albert W. Selden and Hal James
Book by Will Holt; Music by David Baker; Lyrics by Will Holt; Based on "Rainbow on the Road" by Esther Forbes; Vocal arrangements by Trude Rittman; Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock; Music orchestrated by Carlyle Hall
Directed by Agnes de Mille
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Stanley Simmons; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton
Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: Frank Hamilton
Asst. to the Choreographer: Vernon Lusby; Press Representative: Merle Debuskey, Violet Welles and Faith Geer
Ensemble
Ensemble
Phineas Sharp
Ensemble
Ensemble
Nathaniel Burnap
Jude Scribner
Submit Pratt
Mitty
Ensemble
Lover
Dancing Character
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Labe Pratt
Head Logger
Dancing Character
 
Ensemble
Dorinda Pratt
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Francis Faucett
Mrs. Meserve
Emma Faucett
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Lover
Dancing Character
Ensemble
Ensemble
Standby: Ben Kapen (Phineas Sharp), Tanny McDonald (Submit Pratt, Emma Faucett) and Dorothy Sands (Dorinda Pratt)
Understudies: David Evans (Jude Scribner), Walter Hook (Nathaniel Burnap), Del Horstmann (Francis Faucett), Doug Hunt (Labe Pratt) and Mary Ann Rydzeski (Mrs. Meserve)
music by David Baker; lyrics by Will Holt
Act 1
Sung By
Good Time Charlie
Phineas Sharp and Peddlers
Think Spring
Phineas Sharp, Jude Scribner and Populace
Wild Birds Calling
Jude Scribner and Submit Pratt
Goodbye, My Bachelor
Phineas Sharp
Fine, Thank You, Fine
Emma Faucett
Road to Hampton
Jude Scribner
Come Summer
Phineas Sharp, Jude Scribner, Emma Faucett, Submit Pratt and Lover
Let Me Be
Submit Pratt and Jude Scribner
Feather in My Shoe
Phineas Sharp
The Loggers' Song
Phineas Sharp, Jude Scribner, Head Logger and Populace
Act 2
Sung By
Jude's Holler
Jude Scribner and Populace
Faucett Falls Fancy
Phineas Sharp and Populace
Rockin'
Emma Faucett and Jude Scribner
Skin and Bones
Phineas Sharp
Moonglade
Phineas Sharp, Jude Scribner, Submit Pratt, Emma Faucett, Dorinda Pratt, Labe Pratt, Francis Faucett and Populace
Women
Submit Pratt
No
Phineas Sharp and Populace
So Much World
Jude Scribner

Theatre World

Award

1969 Recipient
David Cryer
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