MusicalRevueOriginal
Opening Date
Nov 21, 1999
Closing Date
Feb 20, 2000
1st Preview
Oct 30, 1999
1st Preview
Oct 30, 1999
Previews
22
Performances
101
MusicalRevueOriginal

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Ethel Barrymore Theatre
(Nov 21, 1999 - Feb 20, 2000)

Original 1992 production devised by Stephen Sondheim and Julia McKenzie; 1992 production produced at Old Fire Station; 1993 NYC production produced by Manhattan Theatre Club (Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director; Barry Grove, Managing Director); 1992 and 1993 productions both produced by Cameron Mackintosh; Los Angeles premiere October 23, 1998 at Center Theatre Group / Mark Taper Forum (Gordon Davidson, Artistic Director)
Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick; Musical Director: Paul Raiman
Directed by Eric D. Schaeffer; Musical Staging by Bob Avian; Associate Director: Jodi Moccia; Associate Choreographer: Jodi Moccia
Scenic Design by Bob Crowley; Costume Design by Bob Crowley; Lighting Design by Howard Harrison; Miss Burnett's Costume Designed by Bob Mackie; Sound Design by Andrew Bruce and Mark Menard; Projection Design by Wendall K. Harrington; Kathie Lee Gifford's wardrobe by Donald Deal; Associate Lighting Design: Ed McCarthy; Assistant Scenic Design: Stephan Olson; Assistant Costume Design: Rory Powers; Assistant Lighting Design: Jason Livingston; Assistant Sound Design: Tim Pritchard; Associate Projection Design: Chelsea Pennebaker; Assistant Projection Design: Michael Clark; Projection Programmer: Paul Vershbow
General Manager: Alan Wasser; Executive Producer: David Caddick and Martin McCallum; Company Manager: Gillian Roth; Associate Gen. Mgr: Allan Williams
Production Stage Manager: Peter Von Mayrhauser; Technical Production Manager: John H. Paull, III and Jake Bell; Stage Manager: Robert Witherow and Susie Walsh; Associate Prod. Mgr: Jack Anderson; Assistant Prod. Mgr: Laura Eichholz
Conducted by Paul Raiman; Associate Conductor: Nicholas Archer; Assistant Conductor: Matthew Sklar; Piano: Paul Raiman; Synthesizer: Nicholas Archer; Keyboards: Matthew Sklar; Bass: Lou Bruno; Drum/Percussion: David Silliman; Oboe/English Horn: Elizabeth Kieronski; Clarinet: Les Scott; Bassoon: John Campo; Trumpet: Stu Satalof; Music Copying: Emily Grishman Music Preparation
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; General Press Representative: The Publicity Office; Dance Captain: Christina Marie Norrup; Photographer: Michael Le Poer Trench and Joan Marcus; Vari*Lite Programmer: Robert Halliday; Assistant to the General Manager: Bill Klemm
The Younger Man
The Wife
Kathie Lee Gifford
at certain performances / Broadway debut
The Wife
Alternate
The Husband
Ruthie Henshall
Broadway debut
The Younger Woman
The Observer
Standby: David Engel (The Observer, The Younger Man), Ronnie Farer (The Wife), John Jellison (The Husband) and Christina Marie Norrup (The Younger Woman)
music by Stephen Sondheim; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Act 1
Sung By
Invocation and Instructions to the Audience
The Observer
Putting It Together
The Company
Rich and Happy
The Company
Do I Hear a Waltz?
The Wife and The Husband
Merrily We Roll Along #1
The Observer
Lovely
The Company
Hello Little Girl
The Husband and The Younger Woman
My Husband the Pig
The Wife
Everyday a Little Death
The Wife and The Younger Woman
Everybody Ought to Have a Maid
The Observer and The Wife
Have I Got a Girl for You
The Younger Man and The Husband
Pretty Women
The Younger Man and The Husband
Sooner or Later
The Younger Woman
Bang!
The Younger Man, The Observer and The Younger Woman
Country House
The Wife and The Husband
Unworthy of Your Love
The Younger Man and The Younger Woman
Merrily We Roll Along #2
The Observer
Could I Leave You?
The Wife
Rich and Happy (Reprise)
The Company
Act 2
Sung By
Back in Business
The Company
It's Hot Up Here
The Company
The Ladies Who Lunch
The Wife
The Road You Didn't Take
The Husband
Live Alone and Like It
The Younger Man
More
The Younger Woman
There's Always a Woman
The Wife and The Younger Woman
Buddy's Blues
The Observer
Good Thing Going
The Husband
Marry Me a Little
The Younger Man
Not Getting Married Today
The Wife
Merrily We Roll Along #3
The Company
Being Alive
The Company
Like It Was
The Wife
Finale / Old Friends
The Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Actor in a Musical

2000 Nominee
George Hearn
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