MusicalOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Oct 06, 1945
Closing Date
Jan 12, 1946
Performances
113
MusicalOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Alvin Theatre
(Oct 06, 1945 - Dec 02, 1945)
Adelphi Theatre
(Dec 03, 1945 - Jan 12, 1946)

Description
A musical in three acts

Setting
West Point in 1783, New York, Crawcow, Poland, The Manor House, The Hayfield, The Royal Palace in Warsaw, The Battle of Macijowice, Volkoff's Headquarters, and Philadelphia

Media
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Produced by W. Horace Schmidlapp; Produced in association with Harry Bloomfield
Music by Frédéric Chopin; Book by Gottfried Reinhardt and Anthony Veiller; Lyrics by John La Touche; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Musical Director: Ignace Strasfogel; Choral Director: Irving Landau; Adaptations and Original Numbers by Bronislaw Kaper
Directed by Stella Adler; Choreographed by David Lichine
Scenic Design by Howard Bay; Costume Design by Mary Grant
General Manager: Rube Bernstein
Stage Manager: Frank Hall; Assistant Stage Mgr: Mildred Sherman
Adapted from music by Frédéric Chopin
Press Representative: Karl N. Bernstein and Martha Dreiblatt
Marisha
General Thaddeus Kosciusko
General Boris Volfoff
Countess Ludwika Zaleski
Sergeant Wacek Zapolski
Count Gronski
Peniatowski
 
Male Singer
Female Singer
Male Singer
Female Singer
The Ballerina
"Exchange of Lovers"
 
Female Dancer
Female Singer
Butcher
 
Male Singer
Male Singer
Male Dancer
Female Dancer
Male Singer
Female Dancer
The Ballerina
"Exchange of Lovers"
Private Motherwell
 
Blacksmith
 
Male Singer
Female Singer
Female Singer
General Washington
 
Count Casimir Zaleski
Male Dancer
Female Dancer
Pianist
Potocki
 
Male Singer
The Ballerina
"Exchange of Lovers"
 
Female Dancer
Female Singer
Male Singer
The Highwayman
"Exchange of Lovers"
 
Male Dancer
Male Dancer
Princess Margarita
Female Dancer
Male Dancer
Female Dancer
Private Tompkins
 
Male Singer
Colonel Hale
Private Skinner
 
Male Singer
The Ballerina
"Exchange of Lovers"
 
Female Dancer
King Stanislaus Augustus
Princess Lydia
Female Singer
Female Dancer
Male Dancer
The Prince
"Exchange of Lovers"
 
Male Dancer
Priest
 
Male Singer
Wladek
The Princess
"Exchange of Lovers"
 
Female Dancer
Captain Adams
 
Male Singer
Male Dancer
Female Dancer
Princess Lania
Male Singer
Kollontaj
 
Male Singer
Male Singer
Female Dancer
Princess Anna
Female Singer
Female Singer

Alvin Theatre (Oct 06, 1945 - Dec 02, 1945)

Cast

Count Gronski
Princess Lydia
Tecla
Princess Margarita

Adelphi Theatre (Dec 03, 1945 - Jan 12, 1946)

music by Frédéric Chopin; lyrics by John La Touche
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Autumn Songs
Marisha, Wladek and Peasants
Laughing Bells
(music by Bronislaw Kaper)
Tecla and Sergeant Wacek Zapolski
O Heart of My Country
General Thaddeus Kosciusko
Stranger
(music by Bronislaw Kaper)
Marisha
Au Revoir, Soldier
(music by Bronislaw Kaper)
Countess Ludwika Zaleski
Mazurek
General Thaddeus Kosciusko
Mazurka
Tecla, Wladek and Peasants
Hay, Hay, Hay
Sergeant Wacek Zapolski
Moonlight Soliloquy (Piano Solo: Ignace Strasfogel)
Tecla
Just for Tonight
General Thaddeus Kosciusko and Marisha
Finale
Act 2
Sung By
Gavotte
Courtiers
Exchange of Lovers
Corps de Ballet
An Imperial Conference
King Stanislaus Augustus, Count Gronski and Princess Lydia
Polonaise
Ensemble
Now I Know Your Face By Heart
General Thaddeus Kosciusko and Marisha
The Next Time I Care
(music by Bronislaw Kaper)
Countess Ludwika Zaleski
Tecla's Mood
Tecla and Girls
Next Time I Care
(music by Bronislaw Kaper)
Countess Ludwika Zaleski and Marisha
I Wonder as I Wander
Marisha
Battle Ballet
Wait for Tomorrow
General Thaddeus Kosciusko
Finale
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