MusicalDramaRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
May 01, 2003
Closing Date
May 30, 2004
1st Preview
Mar 31, 2003
1st Preview
Mar 31, 2003
Previews
33
Performances
451
MusicalDramaRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Shubert Theatre
(May 01, 2003 - May 30, 2004)

Description
A musical in two acts

Setting
Various cities throughout the U.S. From the 1920s to the 1930s.

Book by Arthur Laurents; Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee; Musical Director: Marvin Laird; Music orchestrated by Robert Ginzler and Sid Ramin; Dance arrangements by John Kander; Additional dance arrangements by Marvin Laird; Additional orchestrations by Bruce Coughlin
Directed by Sam Mendes; Choreographed by Jerome Robbins; Additional choreography by Jerry Mitchell; Associate Director: Peter Lawrence; Associate Choreographer: Jodi Moccia
Scenic Design by Anthony Ward; Costume Design by Anthony Ward; Lighting Design by Peggy Eisenhauer and Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Acme Sound Partners and Nevin Steinberg; Hair Design by David Brian Brown; Associate Scenic Design: Nancy Thun; Assistant Scenic Design: Antje Ellermann and Zhanna Gurvich; Make-Up Design by Angelina Avallone; U.K. Associate Costume Designer: Christine Rowland; U.S. Associate Costume Designer: Mitchell Bloom; Assistant Costume Design: Patrick Chevillot; Assistant Lighting Design: Scott Davis and Thom Weaver
General Manager: Nina Lannan & Associates; Company Manager: Ken Davenport; Associate Co. Mgr: Rachel M. Tischler
Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; First Assistant Stage Manager: Richard Hester; Second Assistant Stage Manager: Carrie Meconis and Jim Woolley
Musical Supervisor: Patrick Vaccariello; Musical Coordinator: Michael Keller; Conducted by Marvin Laird; Associate Conductor: Ethyl Will; Music Copying: Katharine Edmonds, Emily Grishman Music Preparation and Emily Grishman; Concert Master: Ann Labin; Violin: Maura Giannini and Dana Ianculovici; Viola: Richard Brice; Cello: Eileen Folson and Peter Prosser; Harp: Grace Paradise; Lead Trumpet: Christian Jaudes; Trumpet: Hollis Burridge and Larry Lunetta; Trombone: Bruce Eidem and Michael Seltzer; Bass Trombone: Morris Kainuma; French Horn: Roger Wendt; Reeds: Dennis Anderson, Ron Janelli, Ralph Olsen, Charles Pillow and Mort Silver; Drums: Cubby O'Brien; Bass: Bill Ellison; Piano: Ethyl Will; Percussion: Deane Prouty
Casting: Jim Carnahan; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Animal Trainer: William Berloni; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Dance Captain: Pamela Remler; Dialect Coach: Timothy Monich; Special Promotions: Margery Singer; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Marketing: Hugh Hysell Communications; Press Associate: Jim Byk, Jackie Green and Aaron Meier; Associate Casting: Matt Schreiber
Herbie
Mr. Goldstone
 
Pastey
Matt Bauer
Broadway debut
Yonkers
 
Farm Boy
 
Ensemble
Mazeppa
Tulsa
Chowsie
Benjamin Brooks Cohen
Broadway debut
Kansas
 
Farm Boy
 
Ensemble
 
Phil
 
Ensemble
Joey Dudding
Broadway debut
Farm Boy
 
Ensemble
 
Farm Boy
 
Ensemble
Tim Federle
Broadway debut
Farm Boy
 
Bougeron-Cochon
 
Ensemble
Eamon Foley
Broadway debut
Newsboy
 
Ensemble
Jenna Gavigan
Broadway debut
Hollywood Blonde
 
Ensemble
Miss Cratchitt
Mar 31, 2003 - Jan 24, 2004
 
Electra
Hollywood Blonde
 
Ensemble
 
Cow
Molly Grant Kallins
Broadway debut
Balloon Girl
 
Ensemble
Hollywood Blonde
 
Ensemble
 
Cow
Ginifer King
Broadway debut
Hollywood Blonde
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Tessie Tura
Julie Martell
Broadway debut
Hollywood Blonde
 
Ensemble
Uncle Jocko
 
Cigar
 
Kringelein
Clarence (and his classic clarinet)
 
Newsboy
 
Ensemble
Chandra Lee Schwartz
Broadway debut
Agnes
 
Ensemble
Heather Tepe
Broadway debut
Baby June
Addison Timlin
Broadway debut
Baby Louise
 
Ensemble
Jordan Viscomi
Broadway debut
Newsboy
 
Ensemble
Standby: Maureen Moore (Rose)
Understudies: Matt Bauer (Tulsa), MacIntyre Dixon (Uncle Jocko, Pop, Mr. Goldstone), Wally Dunn (Uncle Jocko, Pop, Mr. Goldstone, Kringelein, Cigar, Pastey), Tim Federle (Tulsa), Jenna Gavigan (June), Molly Grant Kallins (Baby Louise, Newsboy), Dontee Kiehn (Agnes), Ginifer King (Louise), Gina Lamparella (Miss Cratchitt, Tessie Tura, Mazeppa, Electra), Julie Martell (Louise), Michael McCormick (Herbie), William Parry (Herbie), Chandra Lee Schwartz (June), Alexandra Stevens (Baby June, Balloon Girl) and Cathy Trien (Miss Cratchitt, Tessie Tura, Mazeppa, Electra)

Shubert Theatre (May 01, 2003 - May 30, 2004)

Cast

Maureen Moore
during Bernadette Peters' vacation
Rose
Sep 29, 2003 - Oct 04, 2003
Ensemble
Miss Cratchitt
Jan 26, 2004 - ?
 
Electra
Hollywood Blonde
Swing: Brooke Engen
Understudy: Lyn Philistine (Tessie Tura, Miss Cratchitt, Mazeppa, Electra)
music by Jule Styne; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Act 1
Sung By
May We Entertain You
Baby June and Baby Louise
Some People
Rose
Traveling
Rose
Small World
Rose and Herbie
Baby June and Her Newsboys
Baby June, Baby Louise and The Newsboys
Mr. Goldstone, I Love You
Rose and Ensemble
Little Lamb
Louise
You'll Never Get Away From Me
Rose and Herbie
Dainty June and Her Farmboys
Dainty June, Louise and Farmboys
If Momma Was Married
Louise and June
All I Need Is the Girl
Tulsa and Louise
Everything's Coming Up Roses
Rose
Act 2
Sung By
Madame Rose's Toreadorables
Louise and The Hollywood Blondes
Together, Wherever We Go
Rose, Louise and Herbie
You Gotta Get a Gimmick
Tessie Tura, Mazeppa and Electra
Small World (Reprise)
Rose
Let Me Entertain You
Louise and Company
Rose's Turn
Rose

Tony Award®

 

Best Revival of a Musical

 

Best Actress in a Musical

2003 Nominee
Bernadette Peters
 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

2003 Nominee
John Dossett
 

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

2003 Nominee
Tammy Blanchard

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Revival of a Musical

 

Outstanding Actress in a Musical

2003 Nominee
Bernadette Peters
 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical

2003 Nominee
John Dossett

Theatre World

Award

2003 Recipient
Tammy Blanchard
Season:
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Statistics supplied are courtesy of The Broadway League.
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