MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Mar 27, 1978
Closing Date
Jun 27, 1982
1st Preview
Mar 16, 1978
1st Preview
Mar 16, 1978
Previews
13
Performances
1,774
MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Broadhurst Theatre
(Mar 27, 1978 - Nov 29, 1980)
Ambassador Theatre
(Nov 30, 1980 - Jun 27, 1982)

Featuring songs by Neil Diamond ("Prologue (Hot August Night)", "Crunchy Granola Suite"), Jerry Jeff Walker ("Mr. Bojangles"), Johann Sebastian Bach (a transcription from "Sonata for Violin Solo No. 4"), Edgard Varèse ("Ionisation"), Harry Warren ("I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man"), Bob Haggart ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Ray Bauduc ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Gil Rodin ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Bob Crosby ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Melissa Manchester ("If It Feels Good, Let It Ride", "Easy"), Jerry Leiber ("I've Got Them Feelin' Too Good Today Blues"), Cat Stevens ("Was Dog a Doughnut"), Louis Prima ("Sing, Sing, Sing"), Barry Mann ("Here You Come Again"), Cynthia Weil ("Here You Come Again"), George M. Cohan ("Yankee Doodle Dandy"), Sigmund Romberg ("Stout Hearted Men"), Felix Powell ("Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile"), John Philip Sousa ("The Stars and Stripes Forever") and Ralph Burns ("Dancin'"); Featuring songs with lyrics by Neil Diamond ("Prologue (Hot August Night)", "Crunchy Granola Suite"), Jerry Jeff Walker ("Mr. Bojangles"), Johnny Mercer ("I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man"), Bob Haggart ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Ray Bauduc ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Gil Rodin ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Bob Crosby ("Big Noise From Winnetka"), Carole Bayer Sager ("If It Feels Good, Let It Ride", "Easy"), Mike Stoller ("I've Got Them Feelin' Too Good Today Blues"), Cat Stevens ("Was Dog a Doughnut"), Barry Mann ("Here You Come Again"), Cynthia Weil ("Here You Come Again"), George M. Cohan ("Yankee Doodle Dandy"), Oscar Hammerstein II ("Stout Hearted Men") and George Asaf ("Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile"); Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns; Music arranged by Gordon Lowry Harrell
Directed by Bob Fosse; Choreographed by Bob Fosse; Additional Choreography by Christopher Chadman
Scenic Design by Peter Larkin; Costume Design by Willa Kim; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Abe Jacob; Hair Design by Romaine Green; Production Assistant to Mr. Fisher: Robin Ullman
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss; Company Manager: G. Warren McClane; Management Associate: Gary Gunas; Executive Producer: Jules Fisher
Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: Perry Cline; Assistant Stage Mgr: Richard Korthaze
Trombone: Art Baron; Trumpet: Lew Soloff; Clarinet: William Shadel; Piano: Peter Phillips; Drums: Allen Herman; Bass: David Moore; Music Contractor: John Monaco; Conducted by Gordon Lowry Harrell; Orchestra Manager: John Monaco; Music Preparation Supervisor: Mathilde Pincus and Al Miller
General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman; Photographer: Martha Swope; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne and Don Josephson; Assistant to Mr. Fosse: Kathryn Doby and Christopher Chadman
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Broadhurst Theatre (Mar 27, 1978 - Nov 29, 1980)

Featuring songs by Gordon Lowry Harrell
Management Assistant: Eric Angelson
Production Stage Manager: Peter B. Mumford and Peter Von Mayrhauser; Stage Manager: Patrick Ballard
Trombone: Morton Bullman; Trumpet: Tone Kwas
Press Representative: William Schelble; Dance Captain: Gail Benedict

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May 27, 1980 - ?
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Ambassador Theatre (Nov 30, 1980 - Jun 27, 1982)

Associate Conductor: Nicholas Archer (Jun 1981 - Jun 1982)

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Act 1
Hot August Night
(music by Neil Diamond; lyrics by Neil Diamond)
Crunchy Granola Suite
(music by Neil Diamond; lyrics by Neil Diamond)
Mr. Bojangles
(music by Jerry Jeff Walker; lyrics by Jerry Jeff Walker)
Chaconne
(music by Johann Sebastian Bach)
Ionisation
(music by Edgard Varèse)
Act 2
I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man
(music by Harry Warren; lyrics by John Mercer)
Big Noise from Winnetka
(music by Ray Bauduc, Bob Crosby, Bob Haggart and Gil Rodin; lyrics by Ray Bauduc, Bob Crosby, Bob Haggart and Gil Rodin)
If It Feels Good, Let It Ride
(music by Melissa Manchester and Carole Bayer Sager; lyrics by Melissa Manchester and Carole Bayer Sager)
I've Got Them Feelin' Too Good Today Blues
(music by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller; lyrics by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller)
Was Dog a Doughnut
(music by Cat Stevens; lyrics by Cat Stevens)
Act 3
Sing, Sing, Sing
(music by Louis Prima)
Here You Come Again
(music by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil; lyrics by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil)
(I'm a) Yankee Doodle Dandy
(music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan)
Gary Owen
Stout Hearted Men
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II)
Under the Double Eagle
Dixie
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Rally Round the Flag
Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile
(music by Felix Powell; lyrics by George Asaf)
The Stars and Stripes Forever
(music by John Philip Sousa)
Yankee Doodle Disco
Dancin'
(music by Ralph Burns)

Tony Award®

 
 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1978 Nominee
Wayne Cilento
 

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

1978 Nominee
Ann Reinking
 

Best Costume Design

1978 Nominee
Costume Design by Willa Kim

Best Lighting Design

1978 Winner
Lighting Design by Jules Fisher

Best Choreography

1978 Winner
Choreographed by Bob Fosse
 

Best Direction of a Musical

1978 Nominee
Directed by Bob Fosse

Drama Desk Award

 
 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical

1978 Nominee
Charles Ward

Outstanding Choreography

1978 Winner
Choreographed by Bob Fosse

Outstanding Lighting Design

1978 Winner
Lighting Design by Jules Fisher
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