MusicalDramaRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 16, 2000
Closing Date
Sep 03, 2000
1st Preview
Mar 23, 2000
1st Preview
Mar 23, 2000
Previews
28
Performances
161
MusicalDramaRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Ford Center for the Performing Arts
(Apr 16, 2000 - Sep 03, 2000)

Description
The last seven days in the life of Jesus of Nazareth

Theatre Owned / Operated by SFX Theatrical Group
Lyrics by Tim Rice; Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Musical Director: Patrick Vaccariello; Music orchestrated by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Directed by Gale Edwards; Assistant Director: Kevin Moriarty; Choreographed by Anthony Van Laast; Assistant Choreographer: Denny Berry
Scenic Design by Peter J. Davison; Costume Design by Roger Kirk; Lighting Design by Mark McCullough; Sound Design by Richard Ryan; Associate Scenic Design: Larry Gruber; Costume Design Associate: Nancy Palmatier; Assistant Lighting Design: Jeff Brangan; Associate Sound Design: John Gibson
General Manager: The Charlotte Wilcox Company; Company Manager: Susan Sampliner
Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Production Stage Manager: Bonnie Panson; Stage Manager: Ira Mont; Assistant Stage Mgr: Kenneth McGee
Conducted by Patrick Vaccariello; Associate Conductor: Jim Laev; Keyboard: Jim Laev, Mark Berman and T.O. Sterrett; Drums: Gary Tillman; Bass: Joe Quigley; Guitar: Doug Quinn and J. McGeehan; Percussion: Howard Joines; Trumpet / Piccolo Trumpet: Bob Millikan and Tino Gagliardi; Trumpet / Flugal Horn: Lorraine Cohen-Moses; French Horn: Larry DiBello and Theresa MacDonnell; Trombone: Charles Gordon and Bob Suttmann; Bass Trombone / Tuba: John Hahn; Flute / Piccolo: Gretchen Pusch; Flute / Clarinet / Tenor Sax: Scott Shachter; Musical Supervisor: Simon Lee; Associate Musical Supervisor: Kristen Allen Blodgette; Musical Coordinator: David Lai; Music Preparation: Peter R. Miller and Miller Music Services
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates and Tara Rubin; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Marketing: The Karpel Group; Press Representative for A. Lloyd Webber & The Really Useful Group: Brown Lloyd James; Dance Captain: Bernard Dotson; Fight Captain: Bernard Dotson; Press Associate: Amy Jacobs and Matt Polk
Glenn Carter
Broadway debut
Jesus of Nazareth
Mary Magdalene
Tony Vincent
Replaced Jason Pebworth in previews
Judas Iscariot
Apr 05, 2000 - Sep 03, 2000
Pontius Pilate
Peter
King Herod
Simon Zealotes
Annas
Disciple
Lisa Brescia
Broadway debut
Disciple
Hank Campbell
Broadway debut
Priest
 
Guard
Merle Dandridge
Broadway debut
Disciple
 
Soul Girl
Apostle
Apostle
Disciple
 
Soul Girl
Disciple
 
Soul Girl
Somer Lee Graham
Broadway debut
Disciple
Disciple
Disciple
Apostle
Joseph Melendez
Broadway debut
Apostle
Apostle
 
Priest
Alexander Selma
Broadway debut
Apostle
Apostle
Disciple
Max von Essen
Broadway debut
Disciple
 
Priest
Joe Wilson, Jr.
Broadway debut
Apostle
Disciple
Understudies: Merle Dandridge (Mary Magdalene), Manoel Felciano (Judas Iscariot, Annas), Anthony Manough (Simon Zealotes, Peter), Devin Richards (Caiaphas), Adam Simmons (King Herod, Annas), David St. Louis (Caiaphas), Shayna Steele (Mary Magdalene), Max von Essen (Jesus of Nazareth), Ray Walker (King Herod), Timothy Warmen (Pontius Pilate) and Andrew Wright (Peter)

Ford Center for the Performing Arts (Apr 16, 2000 - Sep 03, 2000)

Assistant Conductor: Howard Joines

Cast

Judas Iscariot
Mar 23, 2000 - Apr 04, 2000
Was replaced in previews
Apostle
Jessica Ferraro
Broadway debut
Soul Girl
Priest
 
Guard
Disciple
 
Guard
Simon Zealotes
Understudies: Joe Paparella (Jesus of Nazareth), Danny Rockett (Jesus of Nazareth, Judas Iscariot) and Ashley Howard Wilkinson (Caiaphas)
music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; lyrics by Tim Rice
Act 1
Sung By
Overture
Ensemble
Heaven on Their Minds
Judas Iscariot
What's the Buzz / Strange Thing, Mystifying
Jesus of Nazareth, Mary Magdalene, Judas Iscariot and Disciples
Everything's Alright
Mary Magdalene, Judas Iscariot, Jesus of Nazareth and Disciples
This Jesus Must Die
Caiaphas, Annas, Priests and Disciples
Hosanna
Caiaphas, Jesus of Nazareth and Disciples
Simon Zealotes / Poor Jerusalem
Simon Zealotes, Jesus of Nazareth, Disciples and Roman Guards
Pilate's Dream
Pontius Pilate
The Temple
Jesus of Nazareth and Profiteers
Everything's Alright (Reprise)
Mary Magdalene and Jesus of Nazareth
I Don't Know How to Love Him
Mary Magdalene
Damned for All Time / Blood Money
Judas Iscariot, Caiaphas, Annas, Priests and The Mob
Act 2
Sung By
The Last Supper
Jesus of Nazareth, Judas Iscariot and Apostles
Gethsemane
Jesus of Nazareth
The Arrest
Jesus of Nazareth, Judas Iscariot, Peter, Apostles, Caiaphas, Annas, The Mob and Roman Guards
Peter's Denial
Peter, Mary Magdalene, Apostles and The Mob
Pilate and Christ
Pontius Pilate, Jesus of Nazareth, Annas, Mary Magdalene, Apostle, Roman Guards and The Mob
King Herod's Song
King Herod and Court
Could We Start Again, Please?
Mary Magdalene, Peter, Simon Zealotes, Disciples and Roman Guards
Judas' Death
Judas Iscariot, Caiaphas, Annas and The Mob
Trial Before Pilate
Pontius Pilate, Caiaphas, Annas, Jesus of Nazareth and The Mob
Superstar
Judas Iscariot, Soul Girls, Angels and Paparazzi
Crucifixion
Jesus of Nazareth and Disciples
John 19:41
Jesus of Nazareth and Disciples

Tony Award®

 

Best Revival of a Musical

Season:
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