MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Jul 15, 1949
Closing Date
Apr 08, 1950
Performances
308
MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Imperial Theatre
(Jul 15, 1949 - Apr 08, 1950)

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Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization; Theatre Operated by Select Operating Corporation
Music by Irving Berlin; Lyrics by Irving Berlin; Book by Robert E. Sherwood; Musical Director: Jay Blackton; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot; Vocal arrangements by Jay Blackton; Piano Arrangements by Helmy Kresa; "Train" Dance Arrangement by Trude Rittman
Directed by Moss Hart; Choreographed by Jerome Robbins
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Motley; Lighting Design by Oliver Smith
General Manager: Victor Samrock; Company Manager: Milton Baron
Production Stage Manager: Don Hershey; Stage Manager: Terence J. Little and Francis Spencer; Technical Supervisor: Peggy Clark
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff
Dance Captain: Fred Hearn; Asst. to the Choreographer: Harry Rogue and Fred Hearn; Press Representative: William Fields; Press Assistant: Walter Alford and Arthur Cantor; Master Propertyman: Joe Lynn
Horace Miller
 
Singer
Bartholdi
A Brother
 
Singer
 
Dancer
Joseph Pulitzer
Singer
A Lover
 
A Minister
 
Singer
A Shark
 
Strong Man
 
Dancer
A Brother
 
Singer
 
Reception Delegate
 
Dancer
A Model
James Gordon Bennett
Dancer
 
A Socialite
Reception Delegate
 
The Sailor's Girl
 
Dancer
The Countess
Reception Delegate
 
Dancer
The Girl
 
Ruby
A Shark
 
Reception Delegate
 
Dancer
The Train
 
The Judge
 
Dancer
Boy #1
 
Newsboy
Boy #2
 
Newsboy
Carthwright
Maisie Doll
The Mayor
 
Richard K. Fox
Monique DuPont
Acrobat
 
The Train
 
Dancer
A Shark
 
Dancer
 
Dancer
An Admiral
 
A Policeman
 
Singer
A Gendarme
 
Singer
Acrobat
 
The Train
 
A Sailor
 
Dancer
The Boy
 
Another Lamplighter
 
The Dandy
French Ambassador
A Lamplighter
Police Captain
 
The Policeman
 
Immigration Officer
 
Singer
Reception Delegate
 
Dancer
The Herald Reader
The Mother
The Lover's Girlfriend
 
An Actress
 
Singer
Understudies: Irene Carroll (Maisie Doll), Ed Chappel (Horace Miller), David Collyer (Bartholdi), Virginia Conwell (Principal Dancer), Norma Doggett (Monique DuPont), Patricia Hammerlee (Principal Dancer), Donald McClelland (James Gordon Bennett), Robert Patterson (French Ambassador), Robert Penn (The Mayor, Richard K. Fox), Eddie Phillips (Principal Dancer), Evans Thornton (Joseph Pulitzer), Bob Tucker (Principal Dancer) and Elizabeth Watts (The Countess)

Imperial Theatre (Jul 15, 1949 - Apr 08, 1950)

Cast

A Shark
 
Dancer
A Model
A Socialite
 
Singer
Dancer
Singer
Singer
A Model
 
Singer
Singer
Singer
Dancer
Newsboy
A Shark
 
Strong Man
 
Dancer
A Shark
Singer
Singer
A Shark
Carthwright
Horace Miller
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Singer
Dancer
Newsboy
music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Sgt. Irving Berlin
Act 1
Sung By
Extra, Extra
Newsboys and Ensemble
What Do I Have to Do to Get My Picture Took?
Maisie Doll, Horace Miller and Dancers
The Most Expensive Statue in the World
Joseph Pulitzer, James Gordon Bennett, The Mayor, Singers and Dancers
A Little Fish in a Big Pond
Horace Miller, Maisie Doll and The Sharks
Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk
Horace Miller, Monique DuPont, Singers and Dancers
Homework
Maisie Doll
Paris Wakes Up Smiles
A Lamplighter, Monique DuPont and Ensemble
Only for Americans
The Countess, Horace Miller, Singers and Dancers
Just One Way to Say I Love You
Horace Miller and Monique DuPont
Act 2
Sung By
Miss Liberty
Entire Company
The Train
Monique DuPont and The Train
You Can Have Him
Maisie Doll and Monique DuPont
The Policeman's Ball
Maisie Doll, The Dandy and Ensemble
Homework (Reprise)
Maisie Doll
Follow the Leader Jig
Ensemble
Me and My Bundle
Horace Miller, Monique DuPont and Company
Falling Out of Love Can Be Fun
Maisie Doll
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor
Monique DuPont and Singers

Tony Award®

Stage Technician

1950 Winner
Prop Man: Joe Lynn
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