MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Dec 06, 1956
Closing Date
Nov 30, 1957
Performances
412
MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Majestic Theatre
(Dec 06, 1956 - Nov 30, 1957)

Description
A musical comedy in two acts.

Setting
The action takes place in Monaco, on the ship, and outside Philadelphia. The present.

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization; Theatre Operated by Magoro Operating Corporation
Produced by Jo Mielziner
Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse; Music by Harold Karr; Lyrics by Matt Dubey; Musical Director: Jay Blackton; Music orchestrated by Ted Royal; Dance arrangements by Roger Adams; Additional orchestrations by Joe Glover, Don Walker and Seymour Ginzler
Directed by Abe Burrows; Musical Staging by Alex Romero and Bob Herget
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Irene Sharaff; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Assistant Designer to Jo Mielziner: John Harvey; Technical Assistant: Ming Cho Lee and Harry Kardeman; Assistant to Irene Sharaff: Patricia Zipprodt; Hair styles by Ronald De Mann
General Manager: Herman Bernstein; Company Manager: Emmett R. Callahan
Production Stage Manager: Robert Downing; Stage Manager: John Scott and Lo Hardin; Technical Director: John Harvey
Assistant Conductor: Max Tarr; Orchestra Personnel: Sol Gusikoff; Music Copyist: Carl Pagano
Press Representative: Leo Freedman and Abner D. Klipstein; Assistant Choreographer: George Martin; Production Assistant: Paul Libin
Duke of Granada
Liz Livingstone
Arturo
Count Carlos
Maud Foley
Beth Livingstone
Sanford Stewart, Jr.
Mrs. Sanford Stewart, Sr.
Singer
Charley
a photographer
 
Singer
Dancer
Singer
 
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Mrs. D.
Singer
Joe
a photographer
 
Singer
Singer
Mrs. B.
Sam
a photographer
 
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Dick Davis
a reporter
 
Singer
Wes
a photographer
 
Terence
a groom
 
Dancer
Singer
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Singer
Margaret
a maid
 
Singer
Ship's Officer
 
Mr. T.
a member of the Hunt
Tom
a groom
 
Dancer
Freddy
a photographer
 
Albert
a groom
 
Dancer
Singer
Moe
Daisy
Dancer
Dancer
Bob Grayson
a reporter
 
Singer
Mary Mills
a reporter
 
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Jack Adams
a reporter
 
Singer
Singer
Singer
Dancer
Mrs. L.
 
Singer
Mr. M.
a member of the Hunt
 
Dancer
Harry Watson
a reporter
Dancer
Police Sergeant
 
Singer
Understudies: Warren J. Brown (Joseph, Police Sergeant), Madeleine Clive (Mrs. Sanford Stewart, Sr.), David Collyer (Barman, Arturo), Florence Dunlap (Maud Foley), Clifford Fearl (Albert, Terence, Tom, Waiter), Jane Fischer (Beth Livingstone), Mitchell M. Gregg (Duke of Granada), James Moore (Terence, Tom, Albert, Waiter), Seth Riggs (Sanford Stewart, Jr.) and Helene Whitney (Mrs. B., Mrs. D., Mrs. L.)

Majestic Theatre (Dec 06, 1956 - Nov 30, 1957)

Musical Director: Irving Actman
Stage Manager: Paul Libin and Word Baker
Press Representative: William Fields, Reginald Denenholz and Walter Alford; Casting: Word Baker

Cast

Barman
 
Man Who Looks Like Farouk
Dancer
Harry Watson
a reporter
 
Waiter
Sam
a photographer
 
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Wes
a photographer
Freddy
a photographer
 
Albert
a groom
 
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Maud Foley
Singer
Charley
a photographer
Beth Livingstone
Joe
a photographer
 
Singer
Jack Adams
a reporter
 
Singer
Wes
a photographer
 
Dancer
 
Dancer
Terence
a groom
 
Dancer
Charley
a photographer
 
Singer
Singer
Margaret
a maid
Understudies: Clifford Fearl (Harry Watson), Jane Johnston (Mary Mills, Margaret), Richard Korthaze (Newspaperman, Photographer), Henry Lawrence (Joseph, Barman, Police Sergeant), Betty Jane McGuire (Mary Mills, Margaret), Jack K. Rains (Newspaperman, Photographer, Harry Watson, Jack Adams), Mike Rayhill (Sanford Stewart, Jr.), Michael Roberts (Joseph, Barman, Police Sergeant), Charles Rule (Waiter) and Adolph J. Sambogna (Waiter, Albert, Terence, Tom)
music by Harold Karr; lyrics by Matt Dubey
Act 1
Sung By
Overture
Postage Stamp-Principality
Tourists and Monegasques
Don't Tell Me
Sandy and Beth Livingstone
It's Good to Be Here
Liz Livingstone and Reporters
Mutual Admiration Society
Liz Livingstone and Beth Livingstone
For Love or Money
The Girls
Bikini Dance
Beth Livingstone
It's Like a Beatiful Woman
Duke of Granada
Wedding-of-the-Year Blues
Maud Foley, Harry Watson, Jack Adams, the reporters and photographers
Mr. Livingstone
Liz Livingstone
If'n
Beth Livingstone, Sandy and the passengers
This Is What I Call Love
Liz Livingstone
Act 2
Sung By
Entr'acte
A New-Fangled Tango
Liz Livingstone, Beth Livingstone, Arturo and the Guests
She's Just Another Girl
Sandy
The Game of Love
Liz Livingstone
Happy Hunting
Liz Livingstone, Duke of Granada and members of the Hunt
I'm a Funny Dame
Liz Livingstone
This Much I know
Duke of Granada
Just Another Guy
Liz Livingstone
Everyone Who's "Who's Who"
Jack Adams, Harry Watson and the Footmen
Mutual Admiration Society (Reprise)
Liz Livingstone and Duke of Granada

Tony Award®

 

Best Actor in a Musical

1957 Nominee
Fernando Lamas
 

Best Actress in a Musical

1957 Nominee
Ethel Merman
 

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

1957 Nominee
Virginia Gibson
 

Best Costume Design

1957 Nominee
Costume Design by Irene Sharaff
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