MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Oct 31, 1971
Closing Date
Jan 01, 1972
1st Preview
Oct 27, 1971
1st Preview
Oct 27, 1971
Previews
4
Performances
73
MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Imperial Theatre
(Oct 31, 1971 - Jan 01, 1972)

Setting
June 1944. New York City.

Produced by Jerry Schlossberg and Vista Productions; Associate Producer: Rick Mandell and Allen Litke
Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green; Music by Leonard Bernstein; Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green; Based on an idea by Jerome Robbins; Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock; Music orchestrated by Leonard Bernstein and Hershy Kay
Directed by Ron Field; Choreographed by Ron Field; Assistant Choreographer: Michael Shawn
Scenic Design by James Trittipo; Costume Design by Ray Aghayan and Bob Mackie; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser; Hair Design by Ted Azar; Make-Up Design by Ted Azar; Assistant to Mr. Aghyan & Mr. Mackie: Joseph E. Miller; Assistant to Mr. Trittipo: John Braden; Assistant to Miss Musser: Spencer Mosse; Hairstylist: Masarone
General Manager: George Thorn and Leonard A. Mulhern; Assistant Gen. Mgr: Nancy Van Rijn
Production Stage Manager: Terence Little; Stage Manager: Lee Murray; Assistant Stage Mgr: Martin Di Martino
Conducted by Milton Rosenstock; Musical Coordinator: Dorothea Freitag; Head Copyist: Bob Haring, Jr.
General Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt Associates, Inc.; Associate Press Representative: Henry Luhrman; Press Assistant: Maria Pucci and Harriett Trachtenberg; Assistant to Mr. Schlossberg: Howard Feuer; Assistant to Mr. Field: Marcia Hewitt; Production Associate: Henry Honeckman; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company
Gabey
Ivy Smith
Claire DeLoone
Hildy Esterhazy
Pitkin W. Bridgework
Lucy Schmeeler
Little Old Lady
Ozzie
Madame Maude P. Dilly
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Bill Poster
 
Congacabana Master of Ceremonies
 
Singing Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Diana Dream
 
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Senorita Dolores Dolores
 
Singing Ensemble
Flossie's Friend
 
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Rajah Bimmy
 
Dance Ensemble
Coney Island Zoot Suit Dancer
 
Dance Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Gina Henie
 
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Flossie
 
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Announcer
 
Waldo Figment
 
Singing Ensemble
Diamond Eddie Master of Ceremonies
 
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Coney Island Zoot Suit Dancer
 
Dance Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
Workman
 
S. Uperman
 
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Understudies: Andy Bew (Chip), Marilyn Cooper (Hildy Esterhazy), Bobbi Franklin (Madame Maude P. Dilly), Laura Kenyon (Claire DeLoone, Lucy Schmeeler), Nancy Lynch (Little Old Lady), Richard Marr (Pitkin W. Bridgework), Pamela Peadon (Ivy Smith) and Orrin Reiley (Gabey, Ozzie)

Imperial Theatre (Oct 31, 1971 - Jan 01, 1972)

Stage Manager: Robert Corpora; Production Stage Manager: Lee Murray

Cast

Coney Island Zoot Suit Dancer
 
Dance Ensemble
Dance Ensemble
music by Leonard Bernstein; lyrics by Adolph Green and Betty Comden
Act 1
Sung By
I Feel Like I'm Not Out of Bed Yet
Workmen
New York, New York
Chip, Ozzie and Gabey
Miss Turnstiles Ballet
Contestants, Ivy Smith and Manhattanites
Come Up to My Place
Hildy Esterhazy and Chip
Carried Away
Claire DeLoone and Ozzie
Lonely Town
Gabey and New Yorkers
Do-Do-Re-Do
Ivy Smith, Mme, Madame Maude P. Dilly, Teachers and Students
I Can Cook Too
Hildy Esterhazy and Chip
Lucky to Be Me
Gabey and New Yorkers
Times Square Ballet
Entire Company
Act 2
Sung By
So Long Baby Ice Revue
Gina Henie and Skaters
Nightclub Song
Diana Dream
Nightclub Song (Spanish)
Senorita Dolores
You Got Me
Claire DeLoone, Ozzie, Hildy Esterhazy and Chip
I Understand
Pitkin W. Bridgework and Lucy Schmeeler
Playground of the Rich Ballet
Gabey, Ivy Smith and High Society Dancers
Some Other Time
Claire DeLoone, Hildy Esterhazy, Chip and Ozzie
Coney Island Hep Cats
Flossie, Friend and Zoot Suit Dancers
New York, New York (Reprise)
Entire Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

1972 Nominee
Bernadette Peters

Theatre World

Award

1972 Recipient
Jess Richards
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