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Juno   

Winter Garden Theatre, (3/09/1959 - 3/21/1959)
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Opening Date: Mar 09, 1959    
Closing Date: Mar 21, 1959 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Dublin, 1921


Production Staff
Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; S.N. Behrman; Elmer Rice; Robert E. Sherwood; Sidney Howard), Oliver Smith and Oliver Rea; Associate Producer: Lyn Austin
Book by Joseph Stein; Based on "Juno and the Paycock" by Sean O'Casey; Music by Marc Blitzstein; Lyrics by Marc Blitzstein; Musical Director: Robert Emmett Dolan; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett, Marc Blitzstein and Hershy Kay
Staged by José Ferrer; Choreographed by Agnes De Mille
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Irene Sharaff; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark
Business Manager: Victor Samrock; Company Manager: Emmett R. Callahan
Production Stage Manager: Peter Zeisler; Stage Manager: Randall Brooks and Jerry Crews
Press Representative: William Fields, Walter Alford, Reginald Denenholz and Mae Lyons
Cast
Shirley Booth
Juno Boyle
Melvyn Douglas
"Captain" Jack Boyle
Monte Amundsen
Mary Boyle
Nancy Andrews
Mrs. Brady
Chuck Bennett
Dancer
Clarice Blackburn
Mrs. Tancred
Frank Carroll
Furniture Removal Man
Singer
Tom Clancy
I. R. A. Man
Gemze de Lappe
Molly
Loren Driscoll
Jerry Devine
Sharon Enoch
Dancer
Anne Fielding
Singer
Ted Forlow
Singer
Dancer
Rico Froehlich
Sullivan
Policeman
Singer
Cleo Fry
Singer
Beulah Garrick
Miss Quinn
Mickey Gunnerson
Dancer
Earl Hammond
Charlie Bentham
Pat Heyes
Dancer
Curtis Hood
Dancer
Robert Hoyem
I. R. A. Singer
Singer
Pat Huddleston
Singer
Scott Hunter
Dancer
Gail Johnston
Singer
Rosemary Jourdan
Dancer
Gene Kelton
Dancer
Liam Lenihan
"Needle" Nugent
Barbara Lockard
Singer
Betty Low
Mrs. Dwyer
Annabelle Lyon
Dancer
Jack MacGowran
"Joxer" Daly
James Maher
Dancer
Enrique Martinez
Dancer
Jack Murray
I. R. A. Man
Singer
Howard Parker
Dancer
Julian Patrick
Paddy Coyne
Singer
Tommy Rall
Johnny Boyle
George Ritner
Furniture Removal Man
Singer
Arthur Rubin
Foley
Robert Rue
Michael Brady
Singer
Pat Ruhl
Singer
Jim Ryan
Dancer
Diana Sennett
Singer
Joanne Spiller
Singer
Jean Stapleton
Mrs. Madigan
Glen Tetley
Dancer
Sada Thompson
Mrs. Coyne
James Tushar
Singer
Marjorie Wittmer
Dancer
Jenny Workman
Dancer
Understudies: Tom Clancy ("Joxer" Daly, "Needle" Nugent), Anne Fielding (Mary Boyle), Ted Forlow (Charlie Bentham, Johnny Boyle), Cleo Fry (Mrs. Brady), Sandra Kent (Juno Boyle), Walter Kinsella ("Captain" Jack Boyle), Barbara Lockard (Miss Quinn, Mrs. Coyne), Joanne Spiller (Mrs. Madigan, Mrs. Tancred), James Tushar (Jerry Devine) and Jenny Workman (Molly)
music by Marc Blitzstein; lyrics by Marc Blitzstein
ACT 1 Sung By
We're Alive Ensemble
I Wish It So Mary Boyle
Song of the Ma Juno Boyle
We Can Be Proud Foley, Sullivan, Michael Brady and Paddy Coyne
Daarlin' Man "Captain" Jack Boyle, "Joxer" Daly and Ensemble
One Kind Word Jerry Devine
Old Sayin's Juno Boyle and "Captain" Jack Boyle
What Is The Stars "Captain" Jack Boyle and "Joxer" Daly
Old Sayin's (Reprise) Juno Boyle and "Captain" Jack Boyle
You Poor Thing Mrs. Madigan, Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Coyne and Miss Quinn
Dublin Night Johnny Boyle, Molly and Ensemble
My True Heart Mary Boyle and Charlie Bentham
On a Day Like This Juno Boyle, "Captain" Jack Boyle and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Bird Upon the Tree Juno Boyle and Mary Boyle
Music in the House "Captain" Jack Boyle and Ensemble
It's Not Irish Foley, Sullivan, Michael Brady and "Captain" Jack Boyle
The Liffy Waltz Ensemble
Hymn I. R. A. Singer
Johnny Johnny Boyle and Molly
You Poor Thing (Reprise) Mrs. Madigan, Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Coyne and Miss Quinn
For Love Mary Boyle
One Kind Word (Reprise) Jerry Devine
Where? Juno Boyle