PlayPlay with music ComedyRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 11, 1971
Closing Date
Apr 11, 1971
1st Preview
Apr 01, 1971
1st Preview
Apr 01, 1971
Previews
10
Performances
1
PlayPlay with music ComedyRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Edison Theatre
(Apr 11, 1971 - Apr 11, 1971)

  • People
    Produced by Timothy Gray and Robert Fletcher; Produced in association with Midge LaGuardia
    Music by Kurt Weill; Book by Paul Green; Lyrics by Paul Green; Musical Director: Joseph Klein; Music orchestrated by Kurt Weill
    Directed by José Quintero; Choreographed by Bertram Ross
    Scenic Design by Peter Harvey; Costume Design by Robert Fletcher; Lighting Design by Roger Morgan
    Production Stage Manager: Jamie Howard
    Press Representative: Howard Atlee, Irene Gandy and David Roggensack
    Grandpa Joe
     
    Private Goldberger
     
    Chief of the Allied High Command
     
    Dr. Mahodan
     
    Wounded French Soldier
    Minny Belle Tompkins
    Captain Valentine
    French Nurse
     
    Miz Smith
    Private Svenson
     
    Orderly
     
    British Commander-in-Chief
     
    Military Policeman
     
    Brother George
     
    Lieutenant
     
    Private Jessell
     
    Wounded French Soldier
    Aggie Tompkins
     
    Sister from the O.D.S.D.L.D.
     
    Miss Newro
    Anguish Howington, Jr.
     
    Messenger
    Goddess of Liberty
    Photographer
     
    Sniper
    Mayor
     
    Private Fairfax
     
    American Commander-in-Chief
     
    Brother Thomas
     
    Wounded French Soldier
    Private Harwood
     
    Anguish Howington
    Corporal George
     
    Belgian Major-General
     
    Dr. Frewd
     
    Wounded French Soldier
     
    Recruiting Sergeant
     
    Captain
    English Sergeant
     
    Doctor
     
    French Major-General
     
    American Priest
     
    Brother William
    Dr. McBray
     
    Private Patrick O'Day
     
    Scottish Colonel
     
    German Priest
     
    Dr. Mahodan's Secretary
     
    Wounded French Soldier
    Johnny Johnson
  • Songs
    music by Kurt Weill; lyrics by Paul Green
    Act 1
    Sung By
    Over in Europe
    Mayor
    Democracy's Call
    Minny Belle Tompkins, Mayor and Company
    Up Chuckamauga Hill
    Grandpa Joe
    Johnny's Melody
    Johnny Johnson
    Aggie's Song
    Aggie Tompkins
    Oh Heart of Love
    Minny Belle Tompkins
    Farewell, Goodbye
    Minny Belle Tompkins
    The Sergeant's Chant
    Recruiting Sergeant
    Valentine's Tango
    Captain Valentine
    You're in the Army Now (Interlude)
    Orchestra
    Johnny's Oath
    Orchestra
    Song of the Goddess
    Goddess of Liberty
    Song of the Wounded Frenchmen
    Tea Song
    Cowboy Song
    Private Harwood
    Johnny's Dream
    Minny Belle Tompkins
    Song of the Guns
    Music of the Striken Redeemer
    Orchestra
    Act 2
    Sung By
    Mon Ami My Friend
    French Nurse
    Allied High Command
    The Laughing Generals
    The Battle
    Prayer: In Times of War and Tumults
    American Priest and German Priest
    No Man's Land
    Orchestra
    Song of the Goddess (Reprise)
    Goddess of Liberty
    The Psychiatry Song
    Dr. Mahodan
    Hymn to Peace
    Asylum Inmates
    Johnny Johnson's Song
    How Sweetly Friendship Binds
    Oh Heart of Love (Reprise)
    Minny Belle Tompkins
    Johnny's Melody (Finale)
    Johnny Johnson
Produced by Timothy Gray and Robert Fletcher; Produced in association with Midge LaGuardia
Music by Kurt Weill; Book by Paul Green; Lyrics by Paul Green; Musical Director: Joseph Klein; Music orchestrated by Kurt Weill
Directed by José Quintero; Choreographed by Bertram Ross
Scenic Design by Peter Harvey; Costume Design by Robert Fletcher; Lighting Design by Roger Morgan
Production Stage Manager: Jamie Howard
Press Representative: Howard Atlee, Irene Gandy and David Roggensack
Grandpa Joe
 
Private Goldberger
 
Chief of the Allied High Command
 
Dr. Mahodan
 
Wounded French Soldier
Minny Belle Tompkins
Captain Valentine
French Nurse
 
Miz Smith
Private Svenson
 
Orderly
 
British Commander-in-Chief
 
Military Policeman
 
Brother George
 
Lieutenant
 
Private Jessell
 
Wounded French Soldier
Aggie Tompkins
 
Sister from the O.D.S.D.L.D.
 
Miss Newro
Anguish Howington, Jr.
 
Messenger
Goddess of Liberty
Photographer
 
Sniper
Mayor
 
Private Fairfax
 
American Commander-in-Chief
 
Brother Thomas
 
Wounded French Soldier
Private Harwood
 
Anguish Howington
Corporal George
 
Belgian Major-General
 
Dr. Frewd
 
Wounded French Soldier
 
Recruiting Sergeant
 
Captain
English Sergeant
 
Doctor
 
French Major-General
 
American Priest
 
Brother William
Dr. McBray
 
Private Patrick O'Day
 
Scottish Colonel
 
German Priest
 
Dr. Mahodan's Secretary
 
Wounded French Soldier
Johnny Johnson
music by Kurt Weill; lyrics by Paul Green
Act 1
Sung By
Over in Europe
Mayor
Democracy's Call
Minny Belle Tompkins, Mayor and Company
Up Chuckamauga Hill
Grandpa Joe
Johnny's Melody
Johnny Johnson
Aggie's Song
Aggie Tompkins
Oh Heart of Love
Minny Belle Tompkins
Farewell, Goodbye
Minny Belle Tompkins
The Sergeant's Chant
Recruiting Sergeant
Valentine's Tango
Captain Valentine
You're in the Army Now (Interlude)
Orchestra
Johnny's Oath
Orchestra
Song of the Goddess
Goddess of Liberty
Song of the Wounded Frenchmen
Tea Song
Cowboy Song
Private Harwood
Johnny's Dream
Minny Belle Tompkins
Song of the Guns
Music of the Striken Redeemer
Orchestra
Act 2
Sung By
Mon Ami My Friend
French Nurse
Allied High Command
The Laughing Generals
The Battle
Prayer: In Times of War and Tumults
American Priest and German Priest
No Man's Land
Orchestra
Song of the Goddess (Reprise)
Goddess of Liberty
The Psychiatry Song
Dr. Mahodan
Hymn to Peace
Asylum Inmates
Johnny Johnson's Song
How Sweetly Friendship Binds
Oh Heart of Love (Reprise)
Minny Belle Tompkins
Johnny's Melody (Finale)
Johnny Johnson
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