MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 14, 1992
Closing Date
Jan 08, 1995
1st Preview
Mar 16, 1992
1st Preview
Mar 16, 1992
Previews
33
Performances
1,143
MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Martin Beck Theatre
(Apr 14, 1992 - Jan 08, 1995)

Setting
Broadway; Save-a-Soul Mission; Havana, Cuba; The Hot Box Club.

Based on a story and characters by Damon Runyon; Music by Frank Loesser; Lyrics by Frank Loesser; Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows; Dance music by Mark Hummel; Music orchestrated by George Bassman, Ted Royal and Michael Starobin; "The Crapshooters' Dance" orchestrated by Michael Gibson
Directed by Jerry Zaks; Choreographed by Christopher Chadman; Assistant Director: Lori Steinberg; Assistant Choreographer: Linda Haberman
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Costume Design by William Ivey Long; Lighting Design by Paul Gallo; Sound Design by Tony Meola; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence; Associate Scenic Design: Stephan Olson; Assistant Scenic Design: Ann Waugh; Associate Costume Design: Sue Gandy; Assistant to Mr. Long: Erin Folsey; Associate Lighting Design: Michael Lincoln; Assistant to Lighting Designer: Robert Jared; Assistant to Mr. Gallo: David Weiner; Assistant to Sound Designer: Richard P. Strong; Assistant to Hair Designer: Linda C. Rice
Executive Producer: David, Strong, Warner, Inc.; Company Manager: Marcia Goldberg
Production Stage Manager: Steven Beckler; Production Manager: Peter Fulbright; Stage Manager: Clifford Schwartz; Assistant Stage Mgr: Joe Deer; First Assistant Stage Manager: Frank Marino
Musical Supervisor: Edward Strauss; Musical Coordinator: Seymour "Red" Press; Conducted by Edward Strauss; Assistant Conductor: Lawrence Yurman; Music Preparation: Chelsea Music Services, Inc., Donald Oliver and Evan Morris
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Dance Captain: Mark Esposito; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Marketing Consultant: Margery Singer
Dedicated to the memory and spirit of Trey Wilson
Sarah Brown
Sky Masterson
Mar 16, 1992 - Oct 11, 1992
Nathan Detroit
Miss Adelaide
Nicely-Nicely Johnson
Arvide Abernathy
Martha
Mission Band
 
Doll
Calvin
Mission Band
 
Guy
Agatha
Mission Band
Joey Biltmore
 
Angie the Ox
Hot Box MC
Lt. Brannigan
Harry the Horse
Rusty Charlie
Benny Southstreet
Big Jule
General Matilda B. Cartwright
Understudies: Robert Michael Baker (Sky Masterson), Jeff Brooks (Nathan Detroit, Benny Southstreet, Harry the Horse), Larry Cahn (Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Nathan Detroit), Victoria Clark (Agatha, Miss Adelaide), Tina Marie DeLeone (Mimi), Denise Faye (Agatha), Leslie Feagan (Harry the Horse), Eleanor Glockner (General Matilda B. Cartwright), Michael Goz (Big Jule), Kenneth Kantor (Lt. Brannigan), Nancy Lemenager (Martha), Stan Page (Arvide Abernathy), Timothy Shew (Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Lt. Brannigan), Steven Sofia (Calvin) and Scott Wise (Rusty Charlie)

Martin Beck Theatre (Apr 14, 1992 - Jan 08, 1995)

Production Stage Manager: Clifford Schwartz; Stage Manager: Debora F. Porazzi; Assistant Stage Mgr: David O'Brien and Terrence J. Witter (Oct 25, 1994 - ?)
Conducted by Lawrence Yurman; Assistant Conductor: Steven Tyler
Photographer: Martha Swope; Casting: Johnson-Liff & Zerman

Cast

Nathan Detroit
Sarah Brown
Mar 16, 1992 - Mar 26, 1992
Was replaced in previews
Miss Adelaide
 
Martha
Mission Band
Harry the Horse
Crap Shooter Specialty
 
Havana Dance Specialty
Angie the Ox
 
Joey Biltmore
 
Guy
Nathan Detroit
 
Benny Southstreet
Nicely-Nicely Johnson
Martha
Mission Band
Sarah Brown
 
Martha
Mission Band
Nathan Detroit
Mar 15, 1994 - ?
General Matilda B. Cartwright
 
Agatha
Mission Band
Big Jule
 
Guy
Benny Southstreet
Nathan Detroit
May 17, 1993 - ?
Rusty Charlie
 
Guy
Sarah Brown
Big Jule
 
Havana Dance Specialty
 
Crap Shooter Specialty
Martha
Mission Band
Havana Dance Specialty
Arvide Abernathy
Lt. Brannigan
Sky Masterson
Apr 12, 1993 - ?
Guy
Doll
Agatha
Mission Band
Crap Shooter Specialty
 
Guy
Drunk
 
Guy
Rusty Charlie
 
Guy
 
Havana Dance Specialty
Sky Masterson
Dancer
Jan 1994 - Sep 1994
 
Guy
 
Guy
Rusty Charlie
Sky Masterson
Oct 12, 1992 - Apr 11, 1993
 
Sky Masterson
Understudies: Michael Brian (Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet), Michelle Chase (Agatha, Martha), Kim Crosby (Sarah Brown, Agatha), R. F. Daley (Rusty Charlie), Leslie Feagan (Arvide Abernathy), Louisa Flaningam (General Matilda B. Cartwright), Susann Fletcher (Miss Adelaide, General Matilda B. Cartwright), Dale Hensley (Rusty Charlie), Leah Hocking (Miss Adelaide, Sarah Brown, General Matilda B. Cartwright, Agatha), Kenneth Kantor (Big Jule), Heather Lee (Miss Adelaide, General Matilda B. Cartwright, Agatha), John MacInnis (Rusty Charlie), Greta Martin (Mimi), Mari Nelson (Sarah Brown), Marni Nelson (Sarah Brown, Agatha, Martha), Stan Page (Lt. Brannigan), Steve Ryan (Nathan Detroit), Kirk Ryder (Calvin), Jere Shea (Sky Masterson), Jerome Vivona (Hot Box MC) and Wade Williams (Sky Masterson)
music by Frank Loesser; lyrics by Frank Loesser
Act 1
Sung By
Opening (Runyonland)
Ensemble
Fugue for Tinhorns
Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet and Rusty Charlie
Follow the Fold
Sarah Brown, Arvide Abernathy and The Mission Band
The Oldest Established
Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet and Ensemble
I'll Know
Sarah Brown and Sky Masterson
A Bushel and a Peck
Miss Adelaide and Hot Box Girls
Adelaide's Lament
Miss Adelaide
Guys and Dolls
Nicely-Nicely Johnson and Benny Southstreet
Havana
Ensemble
If I Were a Bell
Sarah Brown
My Time of Day
Sky Masterson
I've Never Been in Love Before
Sky Masterson and Sarah Brown
Act 2
Sung By
Take Back Your Mink
Miss Adelaide and Hot Box Girls
Adelaide's Lament (Reprise)
Miss Adelaide
More I Cannot Wish You
Arvide Abernathy
The Crap Game Dance (Crapshooter's Dance)
Ensemble
Luck Be a Lady
Sky Masterson and Crap Shooters
Sue Me
Nathan Detroit and Miss Adelaide
Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat
Nicely-Nicely Johnson and Ensemble
Marry the Man Today
Miss Adelaide and Sarah Brown
Guys and Dolls (Reprise)
Entire Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Actor in a Musical

1992 Nominee
Nathan Lane

Best Actress in a Musical

1992 Winner
Faith Prince
 

Best Actress in a Musical

1992 Nominee
Josie de Guzman

Best Scenic Design

1992 Winner
Scenic Design by Tony Walton
 

Best Lighting Design

1992 Nominee
Lighting Design by Paul Gallo
 

Best Choreography

1992 Nominee
Choreographed by Christopher Chadman

Best Direction of a Musical

1992 Winner
Directed by Jerry Zaks

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Actor in a Musical

1992 Winner
Nathan Lane
 

Outstanding Actor in a Musical

1992 Nominee
Peter Gallagher

Outstanding Actress in a Musical

1992 Winner
Faith Prince
 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical

1992 Nominee
Walter Bobbie
 

Outstanding Choreography

1992 Nominee
Choreographed by Christopher Chadman

Outstanding Director of a Musical

1992 Winner
Directed by Jerry Zaks

Outstanding Costumes

1992 Winner
Costume Design by William Ivey Long

Outstanding Lighting Design

1992 Winner
Lighting Design by Paul Gallo

Outstanding Set Design

1992 Winner
Scenic Design by Tony Walton
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