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Ride the Winds   

Bijou Theatre, (5/16/1974 - 5/18/1974)
First Preview: May 09, 1974 Total Previews: 8
Opening Date: May 16, 1974    
Closing Date: May 18, 1974 Total Performances: 3

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A mountain road around a monastery in a feudal country in the Far East

Production Staff
Produced by Berta Walker and Bill Tchakirides
Music by John Driver; Lyrics by John Driver; Book by John Driver; Music orchestrated by Robert Brandzel; Vocal arrangements by Robert Brandzel; Musical Director: Robert Brandzel
Directed by Lee D. Sankowich; Choreographed by Jay Norman
Scenic Design by Samuel C. Ball; Costume Design by Samuel C. Ball; Lighting Design by Jeff Davis; Hair Design by Mario Marozzi
General Manager: David Wyler
Production Stage Manager: Victor Straus; Technical Supervisor: Sensei Yoshiteru Otani; Production Coordinator: Lowell Sherman; Stage Manager: S. L. Smith; Assistant Stage Mgr: Nate Barnett
Press Representative: Shirley Herz
Nate Barnett
Fanny Cerito Assoulta
Ya Ta
Kenneth Frett
Ernesto Gonzalez
Sensei Takuan
John Gorrin
Marion Jim
Irving Lee
Laura May Lewis
Richard Loreto
Tom Matsusaka
Ken Mitchell
Alexander Orfaly
Elaine Petricoff
Sab Shimono
Chip Zien
music by John Driver; lyrics by John Driver
ACT 1 Sung By
Run Musashi Run Company
The Emperor Me Musashi
The Gentle Buffoon Joshu and Inari
Those Who Speak Musashi, Joshu and Inari
Flower Song Sensei Takuan, Lan , Joshu and Ensemble
You're Loving Me Musashi
Breathing the Air Toki
Remember That Day Sensei Takuan and Yamada
Tengu Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Ride the Winds Company
Are You a Man Lan
Ride the Winds (Reprise) Company
Every Days Lan , Toki and Inari Priests
Loving You Lan and Musashi
Pleasures Oda
Someday I'll Walk Musashi
That Touch Lan
Finale Company