MusicalComedy DramaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Aug 02, 1965
Closing Date
Sep 25, 1965
Performances
64
MusicalComedy DramaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Martin Beck Theatre
(Aug 02, 1965 - Sep 25, 1965)

This production is a return engagement of Oliver! (Jan 06, 1963 - Nov 14, 1964)

Setting
1850. North England and London.

Martin Beck General Manager: Louis A. Lotito
Produced by David Merrick and Donald Albery
Book by Lionel Bart; Music by Lionel Bart; Lyrics by Lionel Bart; Freely adapted from "Oliver Twist" by Charles Dickens; Music orchestrated by Eric Rogers; Musical Director: Robert McNamee
Directed by Peter Coe
Scenic Design by Sean Kenny; Costume Design by Sean Kenny; Lighting Design by John Wyckham
General Manager: Jack Schlissel; Manager: Irving L. Cone; Assistant to Mr. Schlissel: David Payne
Technical Supervisor: Ian Albery; Production Stage Manager: Ben D. Kranz; Production Supervisor: Samuel Liff; Stage Manager: Geoffrey Johnson; Assistant Stage Mgr: Moose Peting
Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek
General Press Representative: Lee Solters and Harvey B. Sabinson; Press Representative: Jay Russell; Assistant to the Director: Larry Oaks; Casting: Michael Shurtleff and Alan Shayne; Dance Captain: Moose Peting; Secretary to Mr. Merrick: Helen Nickerson; Assistant to Mr. Liff: Linda Otto; Dog Handler: Linda Fisher; Technical Supervisor: Ian Albery
Fagin
The Artful Dodger
Mr. Bumble
the Beadle
Dr. Grimwig
John Miranda
Broadway debut
Mr. Sowerberry
the Undertaker
Mr. Brownlow
Old Sally
a pauper
 
Mrs. Sowerberry
wife of Mr. Sowerberry
Bill Sikes
Mrs. Corney
the Matron
Oliver Twist
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Londoner
Londoner
Noah Claypool
apprentice of the Sowerberrys
Londoner
Londoner
Londoner
Londoner
Londoner
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Londoner
Londoner
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Londoner
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Londoner
Mrs. Bedwin
Londoner
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Charlotte Sowerberry
daughter of the Sowerberry's
Londoner
Understudies: Walter Blocher (Dr. Grimwig), Dominic Chianese (Mr. Sowerberry), Marise Counsell (Mrs. Sowerberry, Old Sally), Georgia Dell (Mrs. Corney, Mrs. Bedwin), Ronnie K. Douglas (Oliver Twist), Eugene Endon (The Artful Dodger), Harry Gold (The Artful Dodger), Walter Hook (Mr. Brownlow), Lesley Hunt (Charlotte Sowerberry, Bet), John M. Kimbro (Dr. Grimwig), Michael McCormick (Noah Claypool), Fred Miller (Mr. Bumble), Richard Miller (Fagin), Brett Smiley (Oliver Twist), Gretchen Van Aken (Nancy) and Richard Wulf (Bill Sikes)

Martin Beck Theatre (Aug 02, 1965 - Sep 25, 1965)

Cast

Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
music by Lionel Bart; lyrics by Lionel Bart
Act 1
Sung By
Food, Glorious Food
Boys
Oliver!
Mr. Bumble, Mrs. Corney, Oliver Twist and Boys
I Shall Scream
Mrs. Corney and Mr. Bumble
Boy For Sale
Mr. Bumble
That's Your Funeral
Mr. Sowerberry, Mr. Bumble and Mrs. Sowerberry
Where Is Love?
Oliver Twist
Consider Yourself
The Artful Dodger, Oliver Twist and Crowd
You've Got To Pick A Pocket Or Two
Fagin, Oliver Twist and Boys
It's A Fine Life
Nancy and Bet
I'd Do Anything
The Artful Dodger, Nancy, Oliver Twist, Bet and Fagin
Be Back Soon
Fagin, The Artful Dodger, Oliver Twist and Boys
Act 2
Sung By
Oom- Pah-Pah
Nancy and Company
My Name
Bill Sikes
As Long As He Needs Me
Nancy
Where Is Love? (Reprise)
Mrs. Bedwin
Who Will Buy?
Oliver Twist and Chorus
It's A Fine Life (Reprise)
Bill Sikes, Nancy, Fagin and Boys
Reviewing The Situation
Fagin
Oliver! (Reprise)
Mr. Bumble and Mrs. Corney
As Long As He Needs Me (Reprise)
Nancy
Reviewing The Situation (Reprise)
Fagin
Food, Glorious Food (Finale) (Reprise)
Boys
Consider Yourself (Finale) (Reprise)
Boys
I'd Do Anything (Finale) (Reprise)
Entire Company
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