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Sail Away   

Broadhurst Theatre, (10/03/1961 - 2/24/1962)
First Preview: Oct 02, 1961 Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Oct 03, 1961    
Closing Date: Feb 24, 1962 Total Performances: 167

Category: Musical, Comedy, Satire, Original, Broadway
Setting: The present. Various parts of the Cunard steamship "Coronia," with additional scenes in Tangier, Italy and the Parthenon.

Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Bonard Productions; Produced in association with Charles Russell
Book by Noël Coward; Music by Noël Coward; Lyrics by Noël Coward; Musical Director: Peter Matz; Dance arrangements by Peter Matz; Music orchestrated by Irwin Kostal; Vocal arrangements by Fred Werner
Directed by Noël Coward; Musical Numbers and Dances Staged by Joe Layton
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Helene Pons and Oliver Smith; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark; Furs Designed by Alixandré; Coiffures by Michel Kazan
Stage Manager: Joseph Dooley
Press Representative: Frank Goodman and Ben Washer
Elaine Stritch
Mimi Paragon
Jere Admire
Bobby Allen
Little One
Don Atkinson
Paula Bauersmith
Mrs. Sweeney
Charles Braswell
the ship's purser
an Arab guide
Gary Crabbe
Grover Dale
Barnaby Slade
C. Stafford Dickens
Sir Gerard Nutfield
David Evans
Pat Ferrier
Dorothy Frank
Anne Fraser
Girl Passenger
James Frasher
Deck Steward
Gene Gavin
Margalo Gillmore
Mrs. Van Mier
John Van Mier's mother
Paul Gross
Little One
Patricia Harty
Nancy Foyle
Elinor's niece
Alan Helms
Glen Candijack
Elmer and Maimie's son
Curtis Hood
Wish Mary Hunt
James Hurst
John Van Mier
Cheryl Kilgren
Bridget Knapp
Little One
Henry Lawrence
Elmer Candijack
Nancy Lynch
Patti Mariano
Shirley Candijack
Elmer and Maimie's daughter
Margaret Mower
Lady Nutfield
Mary Ellen O'Keefe
Little One
Paul O'Keefe
Alvin Lush
Alice Pearce
Elinor Spencer-Bollard
Alan Peterson
Keith Prentice
a steward
James Pritchett
a passenger who drinks
Jon Richards
Mr. Sweeney
Evelyn Russell
Mrs. Lush
Alvin Lush's mother
Dennis Scott
Little One
Alice Shanahan
Dan Siretta
Gloria Stevens
Christopher Votos
Little One
Betty Jane Watson
Maimie Candijack
Elemer's wife
Richard Woods
Man from American Express
Standby: Betty Jane Watson (Mimi Paragon)
Understudies: Bobby Allen (Alvin Lush), Don Atkinson (Glen Candijack), Paula Bauersmith (Mrs. Van Mier), David Evans (Barnaby Slade), Anne Fraser (Nancy Foyle), Keith Prentice (John Van Mier), James Pritchett (Ali), Evelyn Russell (Elinor Spencer-Bollard) and Richard Woods (Elmer Candijack, Mr. Sweeney, Sir Gerard Nutfield)
Tony Award®
1962 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Elaine Stritch
1962 Best Producer of a Musical [nominee]
Bonard Productions
1962 Best Producer of a Musical [nominee]
Charles Russell
music by Noël Coward; lyrics by Noël Coward
ACT 1 Sung By
Come to Me Mimi Paragon and Stewards
Sail Away John Van Mier
Come to Me (Reprise) Mimi Paragon
Sail Away (Reprise) John Van Mier and Company
Where Shall I Find Him? Nancy Foyle
Beatnik Love Affair Barnaby Slade, Nancy Foyle and the Passengers
Later Than Spring John Van Mier
The Passenger's Always Right Joe and Stewards
Useful Phrases Mimi Paragon
Where Shall I Find Her? (Reprise) Barnaby Slade
Go Slow, Johnny John Van Mier
You're a Long, Long Way From America Mimi Paragon and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Customer's Always Right Ali and the Arabs
Something Very Strange Mimi Paragon
The Little Ones' ABC Mimi Paragon, Alvin Lush and the Children
Don't Turn Away From Love John Van Mier
When You Want Me Barnaby Slade and Nancy Foyle
Later Than Spring (Reprise) Mimi Paragon
Why Do the Wrong People Travel? Mimi Paragon
When You Want Me (Reprise) The Company