MusicalComedyRevivalOff-Broadway
Opening Date
May 29, 1963
Closing Date
Jun 09, 1963
Performances
15
MusicalComedyRevivalOff-Broadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
City Center
(May 29, 1963 - Jun 09, 1963)

Description
A Musical Comedy in Two Acts

Setting
Chicago, in the late 1930s.

Book by John O'Hara; Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Musical Director: Pembroke Davenport
Staged by Gus Schirmer; Choreographed by George Martin and Ethel Martin
Scenic Design by Howard Bay; Costume Design by Frank Thompson; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark
Production Stage Manager: Bert Wood and Michael Foley
Conducted by Pembroke Davenport
Press Representative: Diane Judge
Mike Spears
Dancer
Ernest
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Commissioner O'Brien
Escort
 
Dancer
Dancer
 
Dancer
Francine
 
Dancer
Dancer
Gladys Bumps
Ludlow Lowell
 
Dancer
 
Dancer
 
Dancer
Joey Evans
Linda English
Dancer
Mickey
 
Dancer
Louis
The Tenor
 
Dancer
Vera Simpson
Dancer
Dancer
Melba Snyder
Dancer
Mr. Hoople
Dancer
Dancer
Lester
Schultz
 
Dancer
Understudies: Charles Basile (Joey Evans), Anne C. Russell (Vera Simpson, Melba Snyder) and Pat Turner (Gladys Bumps)
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
You Mustn't Kick It Around
Joey Evans, Gladys Bumps, Agnes, The Kid, Chorus Girls and Waiters
I Could Write A Book
Joey Evans and Linda English
Chicago
Dancer and Chorus Girls
That Terrific Rainbow
Gladys Bumps, Victor and Girls
What Is A Man?
Vera Simpson
Happy Hunting Horn
Joey Evans, Terry, Chorus Girls and Boy Friends
Bewitched, Bothered, Bewildered
Vera Simpson
Pal Joey (What Do I Care For A Dame?)
(music by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers)
Joey Evans
Act 2
Sung By
The Flower Garden of My Heart
Gladys Bumps, The Tenor, Specialty Dancer and Ensemble
Zip
Melba Snyder
Plant You Now, Dig You Later
Ludlow Lowell, Gladys Bumps and Ensemble
In Our Little Den (of Iniquity)
Vera Simpson and Joey Evans
Do It The Hard Way
Ludlow Lowell, Gladys Bumps, Dancer and Ensemble
Take Him
Vera Simpson, Linda English and Joey Evans
Joey's Class Act
(music by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers)
Joey Evans and Lester
Bewitched, Bothered, Bewildered (Reprise)
Vera Simpson
I Could Write A Book (Reprise)
Joey Evans

Tony Award®

 

Best Actor in a Musical

1964 Nominee
Bob Fosse
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