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Marie Christine   

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (12/02/1999 - 1/09/2000)
First Preview: Oct 28, 1999 Total Previews: 39
Opening Date: Dec 02, 1999    
Closing Date: Jan 09, 2000 Total Performances: 42

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: A prison; various locations in and around Lake Pontchartrain, New Orleans, and Chicago. 1894-1899.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer)
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); LCT Musical Theater Associate Producer: Ira Weitzman
A workshop of "Marie Christine" was produced by Graciela Daniele and Jules Fisher
Lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa; Book by Michael John LaChiusa; Music by Michael John LaChiusa; Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick; Musical Director: David Evans
Directed by Graciela Daniele; Choreographed by Graciela Daniele; Associate Choreographer: Willie Rosario
Scenic Design by Christopher H. Barreca; Costume Design by Toni-Leslie James; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer; Sound Design by Scott Stauffer; Hair and Wig Design by Linda Rice
LCT General Manager: Steven C. Callahan; Company Manager: Susan Sampliner
Stage Manager: Arturo E. Porazzi; LCT Production Manager: Jeff Hamlin
Conducted by David Evans; Associate Conductor: Lawrence Yurman; Keyboard: David Evans; Keyboards: Lawrence Yurman; Woodwind: Steven Kenyon, John J. Moses, Richard A. Heckman and John Winder; Trumpet: Brian O'Flaherty and Kamau Adilifu; French Horn: Peter Gordon and Janet Lantz; Violin: Robert Lawrence and Maura Giannini; Viola: Kenneth Burward-Hoy; Cello: Scott Ballantyne; Bass: Raymond Kilday; Percussion: Raymond Grappone; Percussion / Synthesizer: Lawrence Spivack
Casting: Alan Filderman; LCT Director of Marketing: Thomas Cott; LCT Director of Development: Hattie K. Jutagir; Fight direction by Luis Perez; LCT General Press Representative: Philip Rinaldi
Cast
Franz C. Alderfer
Ensemble
Ana Maria Andricain
Ensemble
Michael Babin
Bar Patron
Ensemble
Brent Black
Ensemble
Sherry Boone
Wednesday and Saturday matinees
Marie Christine L'Adrese
Alternate
Anthony Crivello
Dante Keyes
Mary Bond Davis
Prisoner #3
Darius de Haas
Paris L'Adrese
Donna Dunmire
Serpent
Helena
Gates' daughter
Ensemble
Shawn Elliott
Gates
Andrea Frierson-Toney
Prisoner #2
André Garner
Joachim
a valet
Monsieur Archambeau
Ensemble
Lovette George
Celeste
a maid
Ensemble
Keith Lee Grant
Jean L'Adrese
Rosena M. Hill
Ozelia
a maid
Ensemble
Kim Huber
Duchess
Magdalena's "Daughter"
Grace Parker
Ensemble
Kimberly JaJuan
Lisette
Marie Christine's maid
Mark Lotito
McMahon
Ensemble
Joy Lynn Matthews
Beatrice
Jean's fiancee
Ensemble
Michael McCormick
Leary
Ensemble
Audra McDonald
Marie Christine L'Adrese
Janet Metz
Petal
Magdalena's "Daughters"
Olivia Parker
Ensemble
Monique Midgette
Ensemble
David Pleasant
Chaka
drums
Powers Pleasant
Child
Vivian Reed
Marie Christine's Mother
Peter Samuel
Bartender
Esau Parker
Ensemble
Mary Testa
Magdalena
Zachary Thornton
Child
Joshua Walter
Child
Jennifer Leigh Warren
Prisoner #1
Jim Weaver
Osmond
a valet
Monsieur St. Vinson
Ensemble
Understudies: Franz C. Alderfer (Joachim, Monsieur Archambeau, Monsieur St. Vinson, Osmond), Ana Maria Andricain (Duchess, Helena, Petal), Michael Babin (McMahon), Brent Black (Bartender, Dante Keyes), André Garner (Paris L'Adrese), Lovette George (Beatrice, Prisoner #1, Prisoner #2, Prisoner #3), Rosena M. Hill (Lisette), Joy Lynn Matthews (Marie Christine's Mother, Prisoner #1, Prisoner #2, Prisoner #3), Michael McCormick (Gates), Janet Metz (Magdalena), Monique Midgette (Celeste, Ozelia, Prisoner #1, Prisoner #2, Prisoner #3), Peter Samuel (Leary) and Jim Weaver (Jean L'Adrese)
Tony Award®
2000 Best Book of a Musical [nominee]
Book by Michael John LaChiusa
2000 Best Original Musical Score [nominee]
Music by Michael John LaChiusa; Lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa
2000 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Audra McDonald
2000 Best Lighting Design [nominee]
Jules Fisher
2000 Best Lighting Design [nominee]
Peggy Eisenhauer
2000 Best Orchestrations [nominee]
Jonathan Tunick
Drama Desk Award
2000 Outstanding Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Audra McDonald
ACT 1 Sung By
Before the Morning Women
Mamzell' Marie Company
Ton Grandpere est le Soleil Marie Christine's Mother
Beautiful Marie Christine L'Adrese
Way Back to Paradise Marie Christine L'Adrese and Lisette (Marie Christine's maid)
Storm Dante Keyes
To Find a Lover Marie Christine L'Adrese and Company
Nothing Beats Chicago / Ocean Is Different / Dance Dante Keyes
Tou Mi Mi Lisette (Marie Christine's maid)
Miracles and Mysteries Marie Christine's Mother and Prisoners
I Don't Hear the Ocean Dante Keyes and Marie Christine L'Adrese
Bird Inside the House Maids and Valets
All Eyes Look Upon You Jean L'Adrese
A Month Ago Maids
Danced With a Girl (Reprise) Dante Keyes
We're Gonna Go to Chicago Dante Keyes and Marie Christine L'Adrese
Dansez Calinda Lisette (Marie Christine's maid)
I Will Give Marie Christine L'Adrese and Prisoners
Finale of Act I Paris L'Adrese and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Opening / I Will Love You Prisoners, Dante Keyes and Marie Christine L'Adrese
Cincinnati Magdalena and Daughters
You're Looking at the Man Leary, McMahon, Dante Keyes and Company
The Scorpion Dante Keyes and Marie Christine L'Adrese
Lover Bring Me Summer Olivia Parker and Grace Parker
Tell Me Marie Christine L'Adrese
Paradise Is Burning Down Magdalena
Prison in a Prison Marie Christine L'Adrese, Prisoners, Helena (Gates' daughter) and Dante Keyes
Better & Best Leary and McMahon
Good Looking Woman Gates, Leary and McMahon
No Turning Back Paris L'Adrese, Marie Christine's Mother, Jean L'Adrese and Lisette (Marie Christine's maid)
Beautiful (Reprise) Marie Christine L'Adrese
A Lovely Wedding Magdalena
I Will Love You (Reprise) Marie Christine L'Adrese
Your Name Dante Keyes
Finale of Act II Women
   
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