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King of Hearts    A New Musical

Minskoff Theatre, (10/22/1978 - 12/03/1978)
First Preview: Oct 17, 1978 Total Previews: 6
Opening Date: Oct 22, 1978    
Closing Date: Dec 03, 1978 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The French town of DuTemps and the trenches that surround it. One day in September, 1918, toward the end of World War I.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Minskoff Organization
Produced by Joseph Kipness and Patty Grubman; Produced in association with Jerome Minskoff; Associate Producer: Lee Minskoff and Charlotte Dicker
Book by Joseph Stein; Music by Peter Link; Lyrics by Jacob Brackman; Musical Director: Karen Gustafson; Dance arrangements by Dorothea Freitag; Music orchestrated by Bill Brohn; Based upon an original Screenplay by Philippe De Broca, Maurice Bessy and Daniel Boulanger
Directed by Ron Field; Choreographed by Ron Field
Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Pat Collins; Sound Design by Jack Shearing; Hair Design by Patrik D. Moreton; Make-Up Design by Patrik D. Moreton
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss; Associate Gen. Mgr: Gary Gunas; Company Manager: Bob Skerry
Production Stage Manager: Janet Beroza; Stage Manager: Clint Jakeman and Robert Schear
Assistant to the Director: John Calvert; Asst. to the Choreographer: Marianne Selbert; Production Associate: Nan Pearlman; General Press Representative: The Merlin Group, Ltd.; Press Representative: Patt Dale, Beatrice Da Silva and Glen Gary; Casting: Peter Cereghetti; Aerial Instructor: Warren Bacon; Dance Captain: Spence Ford; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Assistant to Wilbur: Howard Mammano; Animal Trainer: Animal Actors Inc.
Scott Allen
Scott Barnes
Roger Berdahl
Pamela Blair
La Jeine Fille
Robert Brubach
Richard Christopher
Jay Devlin
Lieutenant McNeill
Marilyn D'Honau
La Ballerine
Isabelle Farrell
La Servante
Harry Fawcett
Maria Guida
La Maman
Bob Gunton
Le Patron du Círque
Mitzi Hamilton
La Courtisane
Jamie Haskins
Rex David Hays
Le Fermier
Karl Heist
Millicent Martin
La Madame
Michael McCarty
Le Monseigneur
Gary Morgan
Le Muet
Bryan Nicholas
Le Maitre d'Hotel
Alexander Orfaly
Kapitan Kost
Neva Rae Powers
La Flutiste
Gerrianne Raphael
La Chanteuse d'Opéra
Will Roy
Le Duc
Donald Scardino
Private Johnny Perkins
Timothy Scott
Le Petit Garçon
John Scoullar
Julia Shelley
La Duchesse
David Thomas
M. Clichy
Le Photographe
Timothy Wallace
Gordon Joseph Weiss
Le Coiffeur
Monsieur Cochon
Le Porc
Understudies: Richard Christopher (Lieutenant McNeill), Marilyn D'Honau (Marie-Claire), Harry Fawcett (Private Johnny Perkins), Spence Ford (Dahlia, Genevieve, Isolde, Simone, Therese, Valerie), Rex David Hays (Raoul), Navarre Matlovsky (Guy-Louis, Philippe), Bryan Nicholas (Henri), Neva Rae Powers (Jeunefille), Gerrianne Raphael (Madeleine), Timothy Scott (Claude, Demosthenes) and Timothy Wallace (DuBac, Jacques, Kapitan Kost, M. Clichy)
Tony Award®
1979 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Millicent Martin
Drama Desk Award
1979 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Bob Gunton
winner 1979 Outstanding Costume Design [winner]
Patricia Zipprodt
1979 Outstanding Set Design [nominee]
Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto
music by Peter Link; lyrics by Jacob Brackman
ACT 1 Sung By
A Stain on the Name Inmates
Deja Vu Madeleine
Promenade (The Transformation) Inmates
Turn Around Madeleine and Inmates
Nothing, Only Love Jeunefille, Johnny and Madeleine
King of Hearts Demosthenes, Jeunefille, Raoul, Madeleine and Inmates
Close Upon the Hour Johnny
A Brand New Day (The Coronation) DuBac, Johnny and Inmates
ACT 2 Sung By
Le Grand Cirque de Provence Raoul and Inmates
Hey, Look at Me, Mrs. Draba Johnny
Going Home Tomorrow Soldiers
Somewhere Is Here Madeleine
Nothing, Only Love (Reprise) Raoul, Madeleine, Jeunefille and Johnny
March, March, March Johnny and Inmates