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Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen   

Majestic Theatre, (12/28/1970 - 1/09/1971)
First Preview: Dec 26, 1970 Total Previews: 3
Opening Date: Dec 28, 1970    
Closing Date: Jan 09, 1971 Total Performances: 19

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Island of Okinawa during a few months in 1946


Production Staff
Produced by Herman Levin; Associate Producer: Angus Equities, Ltd.
Book by John Patrick; Music by Stan Freeman and Franklin Underwood; Lyrics by Stan Freeman and Franklin Underwood; Based on the stage play "The Teahouse of the August Moon" by John Patrick; Based on the novel by Vernon J. Sneider; Musical Direction and Choral Arrangements: Theodore Saidenberg; Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang; Dance arrangements by Albert Mello
Choreographed by Marc Breaux; Directed by Lawrence Kasha; Associate Choreographer: Gary Menteer
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Freddy Wittop; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Hair Stylist: Jack Mei Ling; Make-Up Design by Robert O'Bradovich
General Manager: Max Allentuck; Company Manager: Joseph M. Grossman
Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: Richard Hughes
Press Associate: Martin Shwartz
Cast
June Angela
Child
Lady Astor
Lady Astor
Stephen Bolster
O'Malley
Okinawan/American
Henry Boyer
Okinawan/American
David Burns
Col. Wainwright Purdy III
Eleanor Calbes
Lotus Blossom
Tisa Chang
Daughter
Okinawan/American
Paul Charles
Okinawan/American
Lori Tan Chinn
Miss Higa Jiga
Okinawan/American
Barbara Coggin
Okinawan/American
Christi Curtis
Okinawan/American
Catherine Dando
Okinawan/American
Marjory Edson
Okinawan/American
Charles Goeddertz
Okinawan/American
James Hobson
Swenson
Okinawan/American
Ron Husmann
Capt. Fisby
J. J. Jepson
Okinawan/American
Rosalie King
Okinawan/American
Big Lee
Mr. Hokaida
Alvin Lum
Mr. Seiko
Okinawan/American
Joe Milan
Okinawan/American
Joan Nelson
Okinawan/American
Kenneth Nelson
Sakini
Richard Nieves
Mancini
Okinawan/American
Sylvia Nolan
Okinawan/American
Kirk Norman
Lipshitz
Okinawan/American
Jo Ann Ogawa
Okinawan/American
Gene Profanato
Child
Tim Ramirez
Okinawan/American
Remak Ramsay
Capt. McLean
Charlie J. Rodriguez
Colombo
Okinawan/American
Stephen Ross
Okinawan/American
Dennis Roth
Cardone
Okinawan/American
Dana Shimizu
Child
Sachi Shimizu
Old Lady
Okinawan/American
Sab Shimono
Ancient Man
Mr. Keora
Okinawan/American
Susan Sigrist
Okinawan/American
James B. Spann
Stock
Okinawan/American
David Steele
Missionary
Logan
Okinawan/American
Sumiko
Okinawan/American
David Thomas
Mr. Oshira
Ken Urmston
Okinawan/American
Jim Weston
Miller
Okinawan/American
Lou Wills, Jr.
Sgt. Gregovich
Stuart Craig Wood
Cabot
Okinawan/American
Understudies: Stephen Bolster (Capt. Fisby), J. J. Jepson (Sakini), Alvin Lum (Mr. Hokaida), Sab Shimono (Mr. Oshira), James B. Spann (Sgt. Gregovich), Sumiko (Lotus Blossom), David Thomas (Col. Wainwright Purdy III) and Jim Weston (Capt. McLean)
Tony Award®
1971 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
David Burns
1971 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Freddy Wittop
ACT 1 Sung By
With a Snap of My Finger Sakini, Okinawans and G.I.s
Right Hand Man Col. Wainwright Purdy III, Sakini, Capt. Fisby and G.I.s
Find Your Own Cricket Sakini, Mr. Oshira, Miss Higa Jiga and Villagers
One Side of the World Sakini
Geisha Lotus Blossom
You Say-They Say Sakini and Villagers
This Time Capt. Fisby
Simple Word Lotus Blossom
Garden Guaracha Capt. McLean
It's Good Enough for Lady Astor Capt. Fisby, Capt. McLean, Sakini and Villagers
ACT 2 Sung By
Chaya Sakini and Villagers
Call Me Back Capt. Fisby, Capt. McLean and Sakini
Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen Sakini
You've Broken a Fine Woman's Heart Col. Wainwright Purdy III
One More for the Last One Sakini, Sgt. Gregovich, G.I.s and Villagers