facebook youtube twitter Pinterest

IBDB: Internet Broadway Database
The Broadway League

Official Broadway League sites:

Quick Search For:   In This Category:  

No Strings   

54th Street Theatre, (3/15/1962 - 9/29/1962)
Broadhurst Theatre, (10/01/1962 - 8/03/1963)
First Preview: Mar 14, 1962 Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Mar 15, 1962    
Closing Date: Aug 03, 1963 Total Performances: 580

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: Paris, Monte Carlo, Honfleur, Deauville and St. Tropez. The present.
Comments: Originally announced to open March 1, 1962 at the Mark Hellinger Theatre.

Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Richard Rodgers; Produced in association with Samuel Taylor
Book by Samuel Taylor; Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Richard Rodgers; Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns; Musical Director: Peter Matz; Dance arrangements by Peter Matz
Directed by Joe Layton; Choreographed by Joe Layton; Associate Choreographer: Buddy Schwab
Scenic Design by David Hays; Costume Design by Fred Voelpel and Donald Brooks; Dresses for Diahann Carroll, Polly Rowles and Bernie Massi designed by Donald Brooks; Lighting Design by David Hays; Hair Design by Ronald De Mann
General Manager: Morris Jacobs; Company Manager: Maurice Winters
Production Stage Manager: Charles Atkin; Stage Manager: Fred Smith; Production Supervisor: Jerome Whyte
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff; Flute: Walter Wegner; Clarinet: Aaron Sachs; Oboe: Ernie Mauro; Trumpet: James Sedlar; Trombone: James Dahl; Drums: Ronnie Bedford; Bassoon: Walter Kane
Press Representative: Frank Goodman, Ben Washer and Arlene Wolf; Dance Captain: Wakefield Poole; Casting: Edward Blum; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Diahann Carroll
Barbara Woodruff
Richard Kiley
David Jordan
Noelle Adam
Jeanette Valmy
Don Chastain
Mike Robinson
Alvin Epstein
Luc Delbert
Mitchell Gregg
Louis dePourtal
Bernice Massi
Comfort O'Connell
Polly Rowles
Mollie Plummer
Paul Cambeilh
Marcello Agnolotti
Susanne Cansino
Julie Drake
Jean Eliot
Ginny Gan
Gene GeBauer
Ellen Graff
Ann Hodges
Gabrielle Bertin
Diana Hrubetz
Kay Hudson
Scott Hunter
Alan Johnson
Sandy Leeds
Michael Maurer
Larry Merritt
Anna Marie Moylan
David Neuman
Patti Pappathatos
Janet Paxton
Wakefield Poole
Dellas Rennie
Bea Salten
Carol Sherman
Calvin von Reinhold
Mary Zahn
Standby: John Carter (David Jordan, Mike Robinson) and Vi Valesco (Barbara Woodruff)
Understudies: Paul Cambeilh (Louis dePourtal), Ann Hodges (Comfort O'Connell, Mollie Plummer), Diana Hrubetz (Gabrielle Bertin), Alan Johnson (Luc Delbert), Dellas Rennie (Jeanette Valmy) and Calvin von Reinhold (Marcello Agnolotti)
Tony Award®
1962 Best Musical [nominee]
Book by Samuel Taylor; Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Richard Rodgers; Produced by Richard Rodgers; Produced in association with Samuel Taylor
winner 1962 Best Composer [winner]
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Richard Rodgers
1962 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Richard Kiley
winner 1962 Best Actress in a Musical [winner]
Diahann Carroll
1962 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
David Hays
1962 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Donald Brooks
winner 1962 Best Choreography [winner]
Joe Layton
1962 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Joe Layton
1962 Best Conductor and Musical Director [nominee]
Musical Director: Peter Matz
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Richard Rodgers
ACT 1 Sung By
The Sweetest Sounds Barbara Woodruff and David Jordan
How Sad David Jordan
Loads of Love Barbara Woodruff
The Man Who Has Everything Louis dePourtal
Be My Host David Jordan, Comfort O'Connell, Mike Robinson, Luc Delbert, Gabrielle Bertin and Dancers
La La La Jeanette Valmy and Luc Delbert
You Don't Tell Me Barbara Woodruff
Love Makes the World Go Mollie Plummer, Comfort O'Connell and Dancers
Nobody Told Me David Jordan and Barbara Woodruff
ACT 2 Sung By
Look No Further David Jordan and Barbara Woodruff
Maine David Jordan and Barbara Woodruff
An Orthodox Fool Barbara Woodruff
Eager Beaver Comfort O'Connell, Mike Robinson and Dancers
No Strings David Jordan and Barbara Woodruff
Maine (Reprise) Barbara Woodruff and David Jordan
The Sweetest Sounds (Reprise) David Jordan and Barbara Woodruff