MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Dec 13, 1979
Closing Date
Aug 24, 1980
1st Preview
Dec 06, 1979
1st Preview
Dec 06, 1979
Previews
9
Performances
293
MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Palace Theatre
(Dec 13, 1979 - Aug 24, 1980)

Setting
Indian territory (now Oklahoma) just after the turn of the century.

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Messrs. Nederlander
Produced by Zev Bufman and James M. Nederlander; Produced in association with Donald C. Carter
Book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Based on "Green Grow The Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs; Musical Director: Jay Blackton
Directed by William Hammerstein; Choreographed by Agnes de Mille; Miss De Mille's choreography recreated by Gemze de Lappe; Tap sequences by Miriam Nelson; Rope sequences by Montie Montana
Scenic Design by Paul dePass and Michael J. Hotopp; Costume Design by Bill Hargate; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Hair Design by Alan D'Angerio; Make-Up Design by Barbara Kelly
General Manager: Theatre Now, Inc.; Company Manager: James Awe; Associate Gen. Mgr: Charlotte Wilcox
Production Stage Manager: Bob D. Bernard; Stage Manager: Elise Warner; Assistant Stage Mgr: Philip Rash
Orchestra Personnel Supervisor: Earl Shendell; Assistant Conductor: Robert Stanley; Rehearsal Pianist: Mark Goodman and Scott Oakley
Casting: Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; General Press Representative: Fred Nathan; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; Photographer: Jason Respini and Martha Swope
Aunt Eller
Ali Hakim
Ado Annie Carnes
Will Parker
Andrew Carnes
 
Singing Ensemble
Jud Fry
Dancing Ensemble
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
 
Singing Ensemble
Dancing Ensemble
 
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
 
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
 
Singing Ensemble
Dream Child
 
Dancing Ensemble
Dream Curly
 
Dancing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
 
Dancing Ensemble
Dream Laurey
 
Dancing Ensemble
Cord Elam
 
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
 
Dancing Ensemble
Swing Dancer
Singing Ensemble
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
 
Dancing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
 
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
 
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Ike Skidmore
 
Singing Ensemble
One of Jud's Postcards
Dream Ballet
 
Dancing Ensemble
Dancing Ensemble
 
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dream Jud
 
Dancing Ensemble
One of Jud's Postcards
Dream Ballet
 
Dancing Ensemble
Dancing Ensemble
 
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Gertie Cummings
 
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
 
Singing Ensemble
One of Jud's Postcards
Dream Ballet
 
Dancing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Swing Dancer
Standby: Robertson Carricart (Ali Hakim)
Understudies: Eric Aaron (Will Parker), Sydney Anderson (Ado Annie Carnes), Phillip Candler (Dream Jud), Stephen Crain (Curly), Lorraine Foreman (Aunt Eller), Nick Jolley (Andrew Carnes), John Kildahl (Jud Fry), Leslie Morris (Dream Laurey), Robert Sullivan (Dream Curly) and M. Lynne Wieneke (Laurey)

Palace Theatre (Dec 13, 1979 - Aug 24, 1980)

Cast

Ado Annie Carnes
Jun 10, 1980 - ?
Jud Fry
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
 
Singing Ensemble
Dream Jud
 
Dancing Ensemble
Ado Annie Carnes
Jul 1980 - ?
Curly
May 12, 1980 - ?
Standby: Robertson Carricart (Cord Elam)
Understudy: Martha Traverse (Gertie Cummings, Ado Annie Carnes)
Act 1
Sung By
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'
Curly
The Surrey with the Fringe on Top
Curly, Laurey and Aunt Eller
Kansas City
Will Parker, Aunt Eller and Boys
I Can't Say No
Ado Annie Carnes
Many a New Day
Laurey, Girls and Girl Who Falls Down
It's a Scandal! It's an Outrage!
Ali Hakim and Boys
People Will Say
Curly and Laurey
Pore Jud
Curly and Jud Fry
Lonely Room
Jud Fry
Out of My Dreams
Laurey and Girls
Laurey Makes up Her Mind
Laurey, Curly, Jud Fry, Child, Jud's Post Cards, Laurey's Friends and Cowboys
Act 2
Sung By
The Farmer and the Cowboy
Andrew Carnes, Aunt Eller, Curly, Will Parker, Ike Skidmore, Ado Annie Carnes, Slim and Ensemble
All 'Er Nothin'
Ado Annie Carnes and Will Parker
People Will Say (Reprise)
Curly and Laurey
Oklahoma!
Curly, Laurey, Aunt Eller, Ike Skidmore and Ensemble
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' (Reprise)
Laurey, Curly and Ensemble
Finale
Ensemble

Tony Award®

 

Best Actress in a Musical

1980 Nominee
Christine Andreas
 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1980 Nominee
Harry Groener

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical

1980 Nominee
Harry Groener and Martin Vidnovic

Theatre World

Award

1980 Recipient
Harry Groener
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