Opening Date
Apr 08, 1970
Closing Date
Apr 15, 1970


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Broadhurst Theatre
(Apr 08, 1970 - Apr 15, 1970)

Matt Stanton's Cafe on the corner of Court Street and Fifth Place, Brooklyn; the street outside the bar and back room; and the Haggerty's parlor which adjoins it. A five-day period around the first day of May, 1890.

Produced by Mitch Leigh; Produced in association with Gerald Goldsmith
Music by Mitch Leigh; Book by William Alfred and Albert Marre; Lyrics by Phyllis Robinson and William Alfred; Based on the play "Hogan's Goat" by William Alfred; Music orchestrated by Carlyle Hall; Musical Director: Herbert Grossman
Directed by Albert Marre; Choreographed by Todd Bolender
Scenic Design by Howard Bay; Costume Design by Robert Fletcher; Lighting Design by Howard Bay
Production Stage Manager: James S. Gelb; Stage Manager: Bob Burland
Musical Supervisor: Sam Pottle
Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson, Lee Solters and Ted Goldsmith
Matt Stanton
Fiona Quigley
Aloysius "Wishy" Doyle
Kathleen Stanton
Mutton Egan
Peter Mulligan
Bessie Legg
Father Stanislaus Coyne
Petey Boyle
The Cruelty Man
Mrs. Mortyeen O'Brien
Morteen O'Brien
Father Maloney
James "Palsy" Murphy
Mrs. Teresa Tuohy
State Sen. Thomas Walsh
Jack O'Banion
John "Black Jack" Haggerty
Edward Quinn
Maria Haggerty
Standby: Willi Burke (Kathleen Stanton) and Ted Forlow (Petey Boyle, Father Stanislaus Coyne, John "Black Jack" Haggerty, Father Maloney)
Understudies: Elaine Cancilla (Bessie Legg), Edwin Steffe (Edward Quinn), Jim Stevenson (The Cruelty Man) and Jay Stuart (Matt Stanton)
music by Mitch Leigh; lyrics by Phyllis Robinson and William Alfred
See No Evil
Miggsy, Flylegs, Cabbage and Street Rats
The End of My Race
Matt Stanton
How Are Ya Since?
Kathleen Stanton, Matt Stanton and Constituents
The Mayor's Chair
Edward Quinn
The Cruelty Man
Street Rats
The Verandah Waltz
Kathleen Stanton and Matt Stanton
Home Free All
Matt Stanton, Street Rats and Constituents
The Broken Heart, or The Wages of Sin
Street Rats
The Confessional
Matt Stanton and Father Maloney
Who to Love if Not a Stranger?
Kathleen Stanton
Cry for Us All
Petey Boyle and Mourners
Swing Your Bag
Bessie Legg
Call In to Her
Kathleen Stanton and Matt Stanton
That Slavery Is Love
Kathleen Stanton
I Lost It
Street Rats
Aggie, Oh Aggie
Edward Quinn
The Leg of the Duck
Petey Boyle
This Cornucopian Land
Matt Stanton and Constituents
How Are Ya Since? (Reprise)
Kathleen Stanton and Edward Quinn
The Broken Heart, or The Wages of Sin (Reprise)
Street Rats
Cry for Us All (Reprise)

Tony Award®


Best Actor in a Musical

1970 Nominee
Robert Weede

Best Scenic Design

1970 Nominee
Scenic Design by Howard Bay

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