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Love Life    A Vaudeville

46th Street Theatre, (10/07/1948 - 5/14/1949)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 07, 1948    
Closing Date: May 14, 1949 Total Performances: 252

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Sketches from 1791 to the present day.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Operated by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by Cheryl Crawford
Book by Alan Jay Lerner; Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by Kurt Weill; Musical Director: Joseph Littau; Music orchestrated by Kurt Weill; Music arranged by Kurt Weill; Additional music by Irving Schlein
Directed by Elia Kazan; Choreographed by Michael Kidd
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark
General Manager: John Yorke
Production Stage Manager: Robert Calley; Stage Manager: James C. Wicker and Jules Racine
Orchestra Manager: Morris Stonzek
Press Director: Wolfe Kaufman
Cast
Nanette Fabray
Susan Cooper
Ray Middleton
Sam Cooper
Wana Allison
Mother
Dancer
Rosalie Alter
Tot
Child
Cheryl Archer
Elizabeth Cooper
Elly Ardelty
Trapeze Artist
Dorothea Berthelson
Singer
Lyle Bettger
William Taylor
Bill Bradley
One of the Speedy Pair
Robert Byrn
Hank
A Go-Getter
Singer
Tony Charmoli
Lawyer
Dancer
Victor Clarke
Charlie Hamilton
Boylan
Interlocutor
A Go-Getter
Singer
Jack Claus
Father
Hep Cat
Dancer
David Collyer
Leffcourt
A Go-Getter
Singer
Virginia Conwell
Entertainer
Lenn Dale
Ben
Tot
Child
John Diggs
One of the Quartette
Nina Frenkin
Child
Dancer
Janet Gaylord
Dancer
Elizabeth Gibson
Trapeze Artist
Vincent Gugleotti
Child
Tot
Pat Hammerlee
One of the Speedy Pair
Hep Cat
Dancer
Holly Harris
Mary Jo
Miss Horoscope
Singer
Joseph James
One of the Quartette
Jean Kinsella
Correspondent
One of the Flighty Pair
Hep Cat
Dancer
Mark Kramer
Will
A Go-Getter
Singer
Josephine Lambert
Girl
Singer
Marie Leidal
Girl
Singer
Jay Lloyd
Hep Cat
Dancer
Jay Marshall
The Magician
Carolyn Maye
Singer
Miss Mysticism
Barbara McCutcheon
Judy
Dancer
Scott Merrill
Bell Hop
One of the Flighty Pair
Hep Cat
Dancer
Mariane Oliphant
Hep Cat
Dancer
Lily Paget
Soloist
Singer
Arthur Partington
Punch
Dancer
Jules Racine
Judge
A Go-Getter
Larry Robbins
Slade
A Go-Getter
Singer
Stanley Simmons
Dancer
Faye Elizabeth Smith
Soloist
Singer
Sylvia Stahlman
Miss Ideal Man
Singer
Johnny Stewart
Johnny Cooper
David Thomas
George Hamilton Beacon
Harvey
Leader
Mr. Cynic
A Go-Getter
Singer
Johnny Thompson
Hobo
Evans Thornton
Tim
Walt
Singer
Gene Tobin
Jonathan Anderson
A Go-Getter
Singer
Peggy Turnley
Singer
William Veasey
One of the Quartette
Frank Westbrook
Lawyer
Dancer
James Young
One of the Quartette
Understudies: Wana Allison (Miss Horoscope, Miss Ideal Man, Miss Mysticism), Robert Byrn (Interlocutor), Victor Clarke (Leader), David Collyer (Mr. Cynic), Lenn Dale (Johnny Cooper), Holly Harris (Susan Cooper), Carol O'Donnell (Elizabeth Cooper), Jules Racine (The Magician, Walt) and Evans Thornton (Hobo, Sam Cooper, Will)
Tony Award®
winner 1949 Best Actress (Musical) [winner]
Nanette Fabray
music by Kurt Weill; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
ACT 1 Sung By
Who Is Samuel Cooper? Mary Jo, George Hamilton Beacon, Jonathan Anderson, Charlie Hamilton, Hank and Women
My Name is Samuel Cooper Sam
Here I'll Stay Susan and Sam
Progress The Go-Getters
I Remember It Well Susan and Sam
Green-Up Time Susan, Men and Women
Green-Up Time (Dance) Punch and Dancers
Economics Quartette
Mother's Getting Nervous Three Tots
My Kind of Night Sam
Women's Club Blues Susan and Women
Dance Dancers
Love Song Hobo
I'm Your Man Sam, Slade, Charlie Hamilton, George Hamilton Beacon and Leffcourt
ACT 2 Sung By
Ho, Bill O! Madigral Singers
I Remember It Well (Reprise) Sam and Susan
Is It Him or Is It Me Susan
Punch and Judy Get a Divorce (Ballet) Dancers
This Is the Life Sam
Here I'll Stay (Reprise) Charlie Hamilton
Minstrel Parade Minstrels
Madame Zuzu Miss Horoscope and Miss Mysticism
Taking No Chances Mr. Cynic
Mr. Right Susan and Miss Ideal Man