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La Cage aux Folles   

Marquis Theatre, (12/09/2004 - 6/26/2005)
First Preview: Nov 11, 2004 Total Previews: 31
Opening Date: Dec 09, 2004    
Closing Date: Jun 26, 2005 Total Performances: 229

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Summer. St. Tropez, France.

Production Staff [See More]
Produced by James L. Nederlander, Clear Channel Entertainment, Kenneth D. Greenblatt, Terry Allen Kramer and Martin Richards; Associate Producer: TGA Entertainment, Ltd., Leni Sender, Bob Cuillo and Kathi Glist
Book by Harvey Fierstein; Music by Jerry Herman; Lyrics by Jerry Herman; Based on the play "La Cage Aux Folles" by Jean Poiret; Musical Director: Patrick Vaccariello; Original Orchestrations by Jim Tyler; Additional Orchestrations by Larry Blank; Dance Music Arrangements by David Krane
Directed by Jerry Zaks; Choreographed by Jerry Mitchell; Associate Director: Marc Bruni
Scenic Design by Scott Pask; Costume Design by William Ivey Long; Lighting Design by Donald Holder; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald; Hair and Wig Design by Paul Huntley; Associate Scenic Design: Orit Carroll; Associate Costume Design: Tom Beall and Martha Bromelmeier; Associate Lighting Design: Karen Spahn; Associate Lighting Designer / Automated Lights: Warren Flynn; Make-Up Design by Melissa Silver
General Manager: 101 Productions, Ltd.; Company Manager: Penelope Daulton; Associate Co. Mgr: Janice Jacobson
Production Manager: Arthur Siccardi and Patrick Sullivan; Production Supervisor: Steven Beckler; Stage Manager: Michael Pule
Musical Coordinator: Michael Keller; Conducted by Patrick Vaccariello; Associate Conductor: Jim Laev; Concert Master: Paul Woodiel; Violin: Mary Whitaker, Victor Heifets and Dana Ianculovici; Cello: Peter Prosser and Vivian Israel; Lead Trumpet: Jeffrey Kievit; Trumpet: Trevor Neumann and Earl Gardner; Trombone: Michael Seltzer and Randy Andos; French Horn: Roger Wendt; Reeds: Ted Nash, Ben Kono, David Young and Ronald Jannelli; Drums: Ron Tierno; Percussion: Dan McMillan; Bass: Bill Sloat; Keyboard 1/Accordion: Jim Laev; Keyboard 2: Maggie Torre; Guitar/Banjo: J.J. McGeehan; Music Copying: Kaye-Houston Music
Special Effects by Chic Silber
Casting: Jim Carnahan; Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations; Dance Captain: Nathan Peck; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Photographer: Carol Rosegg; Illustration by Robert deMichiell
Gary Beach
Daniel Davis
(Nov 11, 2004 - Mar 27, 2005)
Linda Balgord
Mme. Dindon
Gavin Creel
Angela Gaylor
Michael Mulheren
Edouard Dindon
John Shuman
Michael Benjamin Washington
Ruth Williamson
Adrian Bailey
Paul Canaan
La Cagelle
Joey Dudding
La Cagelle
St. Tropez Townsperson
Merwin Foard
M. Renaud
Christopher Freeman
La Cagelle
Patty Goble
St. Tropez Townsperson
Dale Hensley
John Hillner
St. Tropez Townsperson
Brad Musgrove
La Cagelle
Eric Otte
La Cagelle
Nathan Peck
La Cagelle
Andy Pellick
La Cagelle
White Bird
T. Oliver Reid
La Cagelle
Jermaine R. Rembert
Lo Singh
La Cagelle
Dorothy Stanley
Mme. Renaud
St. Tropez Townsperson
Charlie Sutton
La Cagelle
Will Taylor
La Cagelle
Josh Walden
La Cagelle
Emma Zaks
St. Tropez Townsperson
Swings: Leah Horowitz, Clark Johnsen, Paul McGill and Eric Stretch
Standby: Bryan Batt
Understudies: Adrian Bailey (Francis, Jacob), Bryan Batt (Albin), Joey Dudding (Jean-Michel), Merwin Foard (Edouard Dindon), Patty Goble (Jacqueline, Mme. Dindon), Dale Hensley (Albin), John Hillner (Edouard Dindon, Francis, Georges), Leah Horowitz (Anne), T. Oliver Reid (Jacob), Dorothy Stanley (Jacqueline, Mme. Dindon), Will Taylor (Jean-Michel) and Emma Zaks (Anne)
Tony Award®
winner 2005 Best Revival of a Musical [winner]
Produced by James L. Nederlander, Clear Channel Entertainment, Kenneth D. Greenblatt, Terry Allen Kramer and Martin Richards
2005 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Gary Beach
winner 2005 Best Choreography [winner]
Jerry Mitchell
2005 Best Costume Design of a Musical [nominee]
Costume Design by William Ivey Long
Drama Desk Award
winner 2005 Outstanding Revival of a Musical [winner]
Produced by James L. Nederlander, Clear Channel Entertainment, Kenneth D. Greenblatt, Terry Allen Kramer and Martin Richards
winner 2005 Outstanding Choreography [winner]
Jerry Mitchell
2005 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
William Ivey Long
music by Jerry Herman; lyrics by Jerry Herman
ACT 1 Sung By
We Are What We Are Les Cagelles
A Little More Mascara Albin and Friends
With Anne on My Arm Jean-Michel and Georges
With You on My Arm (Reprise) Georges and Albin
The Promenade Townspeople
Song on the Sand Georges
La Cage aux Folles Albin and Les Cagelles
I Am What I Am Albin
ACT 2 Sung By
Song on the Sand (Reprise) Georges and Albin
Masculinity Georges, Albin and Townspeople
Look Over There Georges
Cocktail Counterpoint Georges, Edouard Dindon, Mme. Dindon, Jacob, Jean-Michel and Anne
The Best of Times Albin, Jacqueline and Patrons
Look Over There (Reprise) Jean-Michel
Grand Finale Full Company