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Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (12/17/1998 - 2/28/1999)
First Preview: Nov 12, 1998 Total Previews: 39
Opening Date: Dec 17, 1998    
Closing Date: Feb 28, 1999 Total Performances: 85

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, Broadway

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer)
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); LCT Musical Theatre Associate Producer: Ira Weitzman; Produced in association with Livent (U.S.) Inc.; Livent (U.S.) Chairman & Chief Executive Officer: Roy Furman; Livent (U.S.) Senior Producer: Marty Bell
Book by Alfred Uhry; Music by Jason Robert Brown; Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown; Musical Director: Eric Stern; Music orchestrated by Don Sebesky; Featuring songs by Lowell Mason; Featuring songs with lyrics by William Cowper
Directed by Harold Prince; Co - Conceived by Harold Prince; Choreographed by Patricia Birch; Assistant Choreographer: Rob Ashford
Scenic Design by Riccardo Hernandez; Costume Design by Judith Dolan; Lighting Design by Howell Binkley; Sound Design by Jonathan Deans; Hair and Wig Design by Paul Huntley; Associate Lighting Design: Chad McArver; Associate Sound Design: Peter Hylenski and Kurt Fischer
LCT General Manager: Steven C. Callahan; Company Manager: Mala Mosher; Livent (U.S.) Sr. VP, Production: Frank P. Scardino
Production Stage Manager: Clayton Phillips; LCT Production Manager: Jeff Hamlin
Musical Supervisor: Eric Stern; Conducted by Eric Stern; Associate Conductor: Henry Aronson; Concert Master: Rick Dolan; Violin/Viola: Karen Milne and Mia Wu; Cello: Sarah Carter and Chungsun Kim; Woodwind: Rick Heckman, Ed Matthew and Mark Thrasher; Trumpet: Terry Szor and Alex Holton; Tenor Trombone: Vernon Post; String Bass/Tuba: Ronald Raffio; French Horn: John David Smith and Jill Williamson; Guitar: Jack Cavari; Drums: Tom Partington; Percussion: Dean Thomas; Keyboards: Henry Aronson; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Music Copying: Emily Grishman Music Preparation
Casting: Beth Russell and Mark Simon; Assistant to the Director: Brad Rouse; LCT Director of Marketing: Thomas Cott; LCT Director of Development: Hattie K. Jutagir; Dance Captain: Rob Ashford; Dialect Coach: Deborah Hecht; Press Representative: Philip Rinaldi Publicity; Advertising: Russek Advertising; Livent (U.S.) Artistic Director: Todd Haimes; Promotions: Keith Hurd
J. B. Adams
Luther Rosser
Floyd MacDaniel
Adinah Alexander
Ray Aranha
Newt Lee
Rufus Bonds, Jr.
Jim Conley
Duane Boutté
Diana Brownstone
Carolee Carmello
Lucille Frank
Brent Carver
Leo Frank
Don Chastain
Old Soldier
Judge Roan
Jeff Edgerton
Fiddlin' John
Young Soldier
Thursday Farrar
Will Gartshore
John Hickok
Governor Slaton
Abbi Hutcherson
Tad Ingram
Officer Ivey
Emily Klein
Herndon Lackey
Hugh Dorsey
Angela Lockett
Kirk McDonald
Frankie Epps
Megan McGinnis
Jessica Molaskey
Mrs. Phagan
J. C. Montgomery
Brooke Sunny Moriber
Iola Stover
Evan Pappas
Britt Craig
Randy Redd
Prison Guard
Joel Robertson
Christy Carlson Romano
Mary Phagan
Peter Samuel
J. N. Starnes
Robin Skye
Lizzie Phagan
Don Stephenson
Mr. Peavy
Bill Szobody
Anne Torsiglieri
Sally Slaton
Melanie Vaughan
John Leslie Wolfe
Tom Watson
Wysandria Woolsey
Swing: Rob Ashford
Understudies: Adinah Alexander (Mrs. Phagan), Duane Boutté (Jim Conley, Newt Lee, Riley), Diana Brownstone (Sally Slaton), Jeff Edgerton (Britt Craig, Leo Frank), Thursday Farrar (Angela), Will Gartshore (Aide, Ensemble, Fiddlin' John, Frankie Epps, Mr. Peavy, Prison Guard, Young Soldier), Abbi Hutcherson (Mary Phagan), Tad Ingram (Judge Roan, Luther Rosser, Old Soldier), Megan McGinnis (Assistant, Ensemble, Essie, Iola Stover, Lizzie Phagan, Monteen, Nurse), Jessica Molaskey (Lucille Frank), J. C. Montgomery (Jim Conley, Newt Lee), Brooke Sunny Moriber (Mary Phagan), Randy Redd (Britt Craig, Fiddlin' John, Frankie Epps, Young Soldier), Joel Robertson (Aide, Ensemble, J. N. Starnes, Luther Rosser, Mr. Peavy, Officer Ivey), Peter Samuel (Governor Slaton, Hugh Dorsey, Judge Roan, Old Soldier, Tom Watson), Robin Skye (Sally Slaton), Don Stephenson (Governor Slaton, Hugh Dorsey, Leo Frank, Tom Watson), Anne Torsiglieri (Lucille Frank), Melanie Vaughan (Mrs. Phagan) and Wysandria Woolsey (Assistant, Ensemble, Lizzie Phagan, Nurse)
Tony Award®
1999 Best Musical [nominee]
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); Produced in association with Livent (U.S.) Inc.
winner 1999 Best Book of a Musical [winner]
Book by Alfred Uhry
winner 1999 Best Original Musical Score [winner]
Music by Jason Robert Brown; Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
1999 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Brent Carver
1999 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Carolee Carmello
1999 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
Riccardo Hernandez
1999 Best Choreography [nominee]
Patricia Birch
1999 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Harold Prince
1999 Best Orchestrations [nominee]
Don Sebesky
Drama Desk Award
winner 1999 Outstanding Musical [winner]
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); Produced in association with Livent (U.S.) Inc.
winner 1999 Outstanding Book of a Musical [winner]
Book by Alfred Uhry
winner 1999 Outstanding Actor in a Musical [winner]
Brent Carver
winner 1999 Outstanding Actress in a Musical [winner]
Carolee Carmello
1999 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Rufus Bonds, Jr.
1999 Outstanding Choreography [nominee]
Patricia Birch
1999 Outstanding Director of a Musical [nominee]
Directed by Harold Prince
winner 1999 Outstanding Orchestrations [winner]
Don Sebesky
1999 Outstanding Lyrics [nominee]
Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
1999 Outstanding Set Design of a Musical [nominee]
Scenic Design by Riccardo Hernandez
winner 1999 Outstanding Music [winner]
Music by Jason Robert Brown
1999 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Howell Binkley
1999 Outstanding Sound Design [nominee]
Sound Design by Jonathan Deans
music by Jason Robert Brown; lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
The Old Red Hills of Home Young Soldier, Old Soldier and Ensemble
The Dream of Atlanta Ensemble
How Can I Call This Home? Leo Frank and Ensemble
The Picture Show Frankie Epps and Mary Phagan
Leo at Work / What Am I Waiting For? Leo Frank and Lucille Frank
I Am Trying to Remember Newt Lee and Mrs. Phagan
Big News! Britt Craig
There Is a Fountain / It Don't Make Sense
(music by Jason Robert Brown and Lowell Mason; lyrics by Jason Robert Brown and William Cowper)
Frankie Epps and Ensemble
Watson's Lullaby Tom Watson
Somethin' Ain't Right Hugh Dorsey
Real Big News Britt Craig, Reporters and Ensemble
You Don't Know This Man Lucille Frank
It Is Time Now Fiddlin' John, Tom Watson and Ensemble
Twenty Miles From Marietta Hugh Dorsey
Frankie's Testimony Frankie Epps, Mary Phagan, Tom Watson and Ensemble
The Factory Girls / Come Up to My Office Iola Stover, Monteen, Leo Frank and Essie
Newt Lee's Testimony Newt Lee and Ensemble
My Child Will Forgive Me Mrs. Phagan
That's What He Said Jim Conley and Ensemble
Leo's Statement: It's Hard to Speak My Heart Leo Frank
Closing Statements & Verdict Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
It Goes On and On Britt Craig
A Rumblin' and a Rollin' Riley, Angela, Newt Lee and Jim Conley
Do It Alone Lucille Frank
Pretty Music Governor Slaton
Letter to the Governor Judge Roan
This Is Not Over Yet Leo Frank, Lucille Frank, Factory Girls and Newt Lee
Blues: Feel the Rain Fall Jim Conley and Ensemble
Where Will You Stand When the Flood Comes? Tom Watson, Hugh Dorsey and Ensemble
All the Wasted Time Leo Frank and Lucille Frank
Finale Ensemble