MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 26, 1970
Closing Date
Jan 01, 1972
Previews
7
Performances
705
MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Alvin Theatre
(Apr 26, 1970 - Jan 01, 1972)

Setting
New York City. Now.

Produced by Harold Prince; Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell
Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by George Furth; Musical Director: Harold Hastings; Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick; Dance arrangements by Wally Harper
Directed by Harold Prince; Musical Staging by Michael Bennett; Associate Choreographer: Bob Avian
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by D.D. Ryan; Lighting Design by Robert Ornbo; Assistant Lighting Design: William H. Batchelder; Projection Design by Boris Aronson; Sound Design by Jack Mann; Hair Design by Roberto Vega; Miss Stritch's hair by Mr. Vincent; Miss Stritch's make-up by Mr. Vincent
General Manager: Carl Fisher; Company Manager: John Caruso
Production Supervisor: Ruth Mitchell; Production Stage Manager: James Bronson; Stage Manager: Fritz Holt
Music Preparation: Mathilde Pincus and Al Miller; Music published by Tommy Valando; Original Cast Album on Columbia Records; Assistant Conductor: Arnold Gross
Assistant to Mr. Prince: Annette Brafman Meyers; Press Representative: Mary Bryant and Meg Gordean; Casting: Joanna Merlin; Advertising: Ingram Ash
David
Member of the Vocal Minority
Member of the Vocal Minority
Robert
Apr 26, 1970 - May 28, 1970
Susan
Pamela Myers
Broadway debut
Marta
Teri Ralston
Broadway debut
Jenny
Member of the Vocal Minority
Joanne
Apr 26, 1970 - May 12, 1971
Member of the Vocal Minority
Standby: Sandra Deel (Joanne), Jessica James (Joanne) and Larry Kert (Robert)
Understudies: Alice Cannon (Jenny, Marta, Susan), Robert Carle (Peter, Paul, David, Larry, Harry), Charlotte Frazier (April, Susan, Jenny), Audre Johnston (Amy, Sarah), Priscilla Lopez (Kathy), James O'Sullivan (Peter, Paul, David), Bob Roman (Larry, Harry), Virginia Sandifur (Kathy, April), Marilyn Saunders (Marta, Kathy, Susan) and Dona D. Vaughn (Amy, Sarah)

Alvin Theatre (Apr 26, 1970 - Jan 01, 1972)

Musical Director: Arthur Wagner
Production Stage Manager: Ben Strobach; Stage Manager: Bob Burland

Cast

Joanne
Nov 01, 1971 - Jan 01, 1972
Harry
Mar 29, 1971 - ?
Alice Cannon
Broadway debut
Susan
Oct 05, 1970 - ?
Robert
 
Peter
Apr 26, 1971 - ?
Susan
Mar 29, 1971 - ?
David
Mar 29, 1971 - ?
Larry
Mar 29, 1971 - ?
Amy
May 13, 1971 - ?
Sarah
Jul 12, 1971 - ?
Sarah
Jul 01, 1971 - ?
Jenny
May 13, 1971 - ?
Robert
May 29, 1970 - ?
Harry
May 13, 1971 - ?
Robert
Dec 27, 1971 - ?
Kathy
Oct 25, 1971 - ?
Marta
May 13, 1971 - ?
Jane Russell
Broadway debut
Joanne
May 13, 1971 - Oct 30, 1971
Kathy
May 13, 1971 - ?
David
May 13, 1971 - ?
Standby: John Cunningham (Robert) and Sheila Smith (Joanne)
music by Stephen Sondheim; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Act 1
Sung By
Company
Robert and Company
The Little Things You Do Together
Joanne and Company
Sorry - Grateful
Harry, David and Larry
You Could Drive a Person Crazy
Kathy, April and Marta
Have I Got a Girl for You
Larry, Peter, Paul, David and Harry
Someone is Waiting
Robert
Another Hundred People
Marta
Getting Married Today
Amy, Paul, Jenny and Company
Act 2
Sung By
Side By Side By Side/What Would We Do Without You
Robert and Company
Poor Baby
Wives
Tick Tock
Kathy
Barcelona
Robert and April
The Ladies Who Lunch
Joanne
Being Alive
Robert

Tony Award®

Best Musical

1971 Winner
Produced by Harold Prince

Best Book of a Musical

1971 Winner
Book by George Furth

Best Original Score

1971 Winner
Music by Stephen Sondheim
 

Best Actor in a Musical

1971 Nominee
Larry Kert
 

Best Actress in a Musical

1971 Nominee
Elaine Stritch and Susan Browning
 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1971 Nominee
Charles Kimbrough
 

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

1971 Nominee
Barbara Barrie and Pamela Myers

Best Scenic Design

1971 Winner
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson
 

Best Lighting Design

1971 Nominee
Lighting Design by Robert Ornbo
 

Best Choreography

1971 Nominee
Musical Staging by Michael Bennett

Best Direction of a Musical

1971 Winner
Directed by Harold Prince

Best Lyrics

1971 Winner
Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Book

1970 Winner
Book by George Furth

Outstanding Lyrics

1970 Winner
Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Outstanding Music

1970 Winner
Music by Stephen Sondheim

Outstanding Set Design

1970 Winner
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson

Outstanding Director

1970 Winner
Directed by Harold Prince

Theatre World

Award

1970 Recipient
Susan Browning
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