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Little Me   

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, (11/17/1962 - 6/29/1963)
First Preview: Nov 15, 1962 Total Previews: 3
Opening Date: Nov 17, 1962    
Closing Date: Jun 29, 1963 Total Performances: 257

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Present: Belle's estate in Southampton, L.I. The Past: Venezuela, Illinois; Peoria; Chicago; Somewhere in France; On the North Atlantic; Hollywood; Monte Carlo; a principality in Middle Europe; the Dakotas.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Feuer & Martin Musicals, Inc.
Produced by Feuer & Martin
Book by Neil Simon; Music by Cy Coleman; Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh; Based on a novel by Patrick Dennis; Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns; Dance arrangements by Fred Werner; Vocal arrangements by Clay Warnick; Musical Director: Charles Sanford
Directed by Cy Feuer and Bob Fosse; Choreographed by Bob Fosse
Scenic Design by Robert Randolph; Costume Design by Robert Fletcher; Lighting Design by Robert Randolph; Hair Design by D. Rusty Bonaccorso
Company Manager: Arthur Glicksman
Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: William Dodds
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Henry Topper; Head Music Copyist: Emile Charlap
Press Representative: Merle Debuskey and Seymour Krawitz
Cast
Sid Caesar
Noble Eggleston
Mr. Pinchley
Val du Val
Fred Poitrine
Otto Schnitzler
Prince Cherney
Noble Junior
Nancy Andrews
Miss Poitrine, Today
Virginia Martin
Baby
Belle
John Anania
Butler
Singer
Ken Ayers
Preacher
Singer
Barbara Beck
Dancer
Margery Beddow
Nurse
Dancer
Burt Bier
Kleeg
Singer
Gretchen Cryer
Ms. Kepplewhite
Singer
Nancy Cushman
Mrs. Eggleston
Mickey Deems
Pinchley Junior
Defense Lawyer
German Soldier
Production Assistant
Yulnick
Joey Faye
Bernie Buchsbaum
Eddie Gasper
Courier
Dancer
Gene Gavin
Dancer
Marcia Gilford
Secretary
Singer
David Gold
Steward
Dancer
Harris Hawkins
Bentley
Singer
Reby Howells
Dancer
Marc Jordan
Victor
Singer
James Kirby
Dancer
Mort Marshall
Benny Buchsbaum
Else Olufsen
Ramona
Singer
Odette Phillips
Dancer
Michael Quinn
General
Singer
Dounia Rathbone
Dancer
Adnia Rice
Momma
James Senn
Bruce
Dancer
Barbara Sharma
Dancer
John Sharpe
George Musgrove, as a boy
Dancer
Michael Smuin
Newsboy
Dancer
Sandra Stahl
Red Cross Nurse
Singer
Lory Stark
Singer
Michel Stuart
Dancer
Swen Swenson
George Musgrove
Peter Turgeon
Patrick Dennis
Renata Vaselle
Dancer
Standby: Mickey Deems (Amos Pinchley, Fred Poitrine, Noble Eggleston, Noble Junior, Otto Schnitzler, Prince Cherney, Val du Val) and Evelyn Page (Miss Poitrine, Today, Momma, Mrs. Eggleston)
Understudies: Ken Ayers (Patrick Dennis), Burt Bier (Defense Lawyer, German Soldier, Pinchley Junior, Production Assistant, Yulnick), David Gold (George Musgrove), Marc Jordan (Benny Buchsbaum, Bernie Buchsbaum) and Sandra Stahl (Baby Belle)
Tony Award®
1963 Best Musical [nominee]
Book by Neil Simon; Music by Cy Coleman; Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh; Produced by Feuer & Martin
1963 Best Author of a Musical [nominee]
Book by Neil Simon
1963 Best Composer and Lyricist [nominee]
Music by Cy Coleman; Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh
1963 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Sid Caesar
1963 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Swen Swenson
1963 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Virginia Martin
1963 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Robert Fletcher
winner 1963 Best Choreography [winner]
Bob Fosse
1963 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Cy Feuer
1963 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Bob Fosse
1963 Best Producer of a Musical [nominee]
Feuer & Martin
Theatre World
winner 1963 Award [recipient]
Swen Swenson
music by Cy Coleman; lyrics by Carolyn Leigh
ACT 1 Sung By
The Truth Miss Poitrine, Today, Patrick Dennis and Servants
The Other Side of the Tracks Belle
Birthday Party Boys and Girls
I Love You Noble Eggleston and Belle
The Other Side of the Tracks (Reprise) Belle
Deep Down Inside Mr. Pinchley, Belle, Pinchley Junior and Poor People
Be a Performer! Benny Buchsbaum and Bernie Buchsbaum
Dimples Belle and Police Escort
Boom-Boom Val du Val and Girls
I've Got Your Number George Musgrove and Belle
Real Live Girl Fred Poitrine
Real Live Girl (Reprise) The Doughboys
Boom-Boom (Reprise) Belle and Howitzers
ACT 2 Sung By
Poor Little Hollywood Star Belle
Little Me Miss Poitrine, Today and Belle
The Prince's Farewell Prince Cherney, Yulnick, Doctor and Loyal Subjects
Here's to Us Miss Poitrine, Today and Guests
Finale Noble Eggleston and Miss Poitrine, Today