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Minnie's Boys   

Imperial Theatre, (3/26/1970 - 5/30/1970)
First Preview: Total Previews: 64
Opening Date: Mar 26, 1970    
Closing Date: May 30, 1970 Total Performances: 80

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway


Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Arthur Whitelaw, Max J. Brown and Byron Goldman; Production Consultant: Groucho Marx; Associate Producer: Peter Grad
Originally produced by "Bozo"
Music by Larry Grossman; Lyrics by Hal Hackady; Book by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Based on the life of The Marx Brothers (Zeppo, Harpo, Groucho & Chico); Musical Director: John Berkman; Music arranged by John Berkman; Vocal arrangements by John Berkman; Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns; Dance arrangements by Marvin Hamlisch and Peter Howard; Incidental music by Marvin Hamlisch and Peter Howard
Directed by Stanley Prager; Musical Staging by Marc Breaux
Scenic Design by Peter Wexler; Costume Design by Donald Brooks; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Hair Design by Joe Tubens
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss
Production Stage Manager: Frank Hamilton; Stage Manager: John Andrews
Music published by Tommy Valando; Music Contractor: Joe Soldo; Music Preparation: Mathilde Pincus and Al Miller
General Press Representative: Max Eisen; Press Representative: Warren Pincus; Dance Captain: Dennis Cole; Advertising: Ingram Ash and Matthew Serino; Casting: Larry Goossen
Cast
Shelley Winters
Minnie Marx
Jacqueline Britt
Mrs. Krupnik
Murdock
Ensemble
Jean Bruno
Mrs. Flanagan
Harpist
Ensemble
Bjarne Buchtrup
Ensemble
George Bunt
Acrobat
Ensemble
Dennis Cole
Ensemble
Deede Darnell
Ensemble
Joan B. Duffin
Ensemble
Marjory Edson
Cindy
Miss White House
Ensemble
Daniel Fortus
Adolph Marx
Harpo
Vicki Frederick
Miss Eiffel Tower
Ensemble
Arny Freeman
Sam (Frenchie) Marx
Lynne Gannaway
Miss Taj Mahal
Ensemble
Merwin Goldsmith
Hochmeister
Ronn Hansen
Sidebark
Ensemble
Alvin Kupperman
Herbie Marx
Zeppo
Julie Kurnitz
Mrs. McNish
Robert LuPone
Acrobat
Ensemble
Elaine Manzel
Ensemble
Mort Marshall
Al Shean
Barbara Monte-Britton
Ensemble
Irwin Pearl
Leonard Marx
Chico
Gary Raucher
Milton Marx
Gummo
Stephen Reinhardt
Telegraph Boy
Ensemble
Casper Roos
Robwell
Ensemble
Gene Ross
Theater Manager
Ensemble
Carole Schweid
Ensemble
William W. Sean
Ensemble
Richard B. Shull
Maxie
Sandow, The Great
Doug Spingler
Cop
Ensemble
Lewis J. Stadlen
Julie Marx
Groucho
Evelyn Taylor
Acrobat
Ensemble
Roland Winters
E.F. Albee
Toodie Witmer
Ensemble
Understudies: Jacqueline Britt (Mrs. McNish), Merwin Goldsmith (Al Shean, Sam (Frenchie) Marx), Ci Herzog (Ensemble, Hochmeister, Sidebark), Thelma Lee (Minnie Marx), Gary Raucher (Julie Marx, Leonard Marx), Stephen Reinhardt (Herbie Marx), Casper Roos (E.F. Albee, Maxie, Sandow, The Great) and William W. Sean (Adolph Marx, Milton Marx)
Drama Desk Award
winner 1970 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Lewis J. Stadlen
Theatre World
winner 1970 Award [recipient]
Lewis J. Stadlen
music by Larry Grossman; lyrics by Hal Hackady
ACT 1 Sung By
Five Growing Boys Minnie Marx and Neighbors
Rich Is Al Shean and Marx Family
More Precious Far Julie Marx, Herbie Marx, Adolph Marx and Minnie Marx
Four Nightingales Julie Marx, Herbie Marx and Adolph Marx
Underneath It All Maxie and Girls
Mama, a Rainbow Adolph Marx and Minnie Marx
You Don't have to Do It for Me Minnie Marx, Julie Marx, Leonard Marx, Adolph Marx and Herbie Marx
If You Wind Me Up Minnie Marx, Julie Marx, Herbie Marx, Adolph Marx and Leonard Marx
Where Was I When They Passed Out Luck? Julie Marx, Herbie Marx, Adolph Marx and Leonard Marx
ACT 2 Sung By
The Smell of Christmas Julie Marx, Adolph Marx, Herbie Marx and Leonard Marx
You Remind Me of You Julie Marx and Mrs. McNish
Minnie's Boys Minnie Marx and Company
Be Happy Minnie Marx, Adolph Marx, Leonard Marx, Herbie Marx and Milton Marx
The Act Julie Marx, Herbie Marx, Adolph Marx, Leonard Marx and Minnie Marx
Finale Company