MusicalOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Oct 21, 1999
Closing Date
Dec 30, 2000
1st Preview
Sep 28, 1999
1st Preview
Sep 28, 1999
Previews
27
Performances
501
MusicalOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Minskoff Theatre
(Oct 21, 1999 - Dec 30, 2000)

Setting
New York City (Brooklyn and Manhattan). 1976 (or whenever you were 19).

Theatre Owned / Operated by James M. Nederlander and Myron A. Minskoff
Produced by Robert Stigwood and Patrick Bywalski; Associate Producer: Manny Kladitis and David Rocksavage; Produced by Robert Stigwood and Patrick Bywalski
Originally produced in London's West End by Robert Stigwood, Paul Nicholas and David Ian
Based on the picture owned by Paramount/RSO; Based on a story by Nik Cohn; Based on the screenplay by Norman Wexler; Stage adaptation by Nan Knighton; Adaptation in collaboration with Arlene Phillips, Paul Nicholas and Robert Stigwood; Music by The Bee Gees; Dance and vocal arrangements by Phil Edwards; Music orchestrated by Nigel Wright; Musical Director: Martyn Axe; Assistant Musical Dir.: Henry Aronson; Featuring songs by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten, Harry Casey, Richard Finch, Rick Dees, Leroy Green, Ron Kersey, David Shire and Ronald Bell; "A Fifth of Beethoven" by Walter Murphy; "Also Sprach Zarathustra" by Richard Strauss
Directed by Arlene Phillips; Choreographed by Arlene Phillips; Assistant Director: Tony Edge; Resident Choreographer: James Walski; Associate Choreographer: Karen Bruce
Scenic Design by Robin Wagner; Costume Design by Andy Edwards; Lighting Design by Andrew Bridge; Broadway Costumes by Suzy Benzinger; Sound Design by Mick Potter; Hair Design by Leon Gagliardi; Assistant Scenic Design: David Peterson and Atkin Pace; Associate Lighting Design: Vivien Leone; Assistant Lighting Design: Philip Rosenberg and Paul D. Miller; Associate Costume Design: Patrick Chevillot; Assistant Costume Design: Patrick Wiley; Assistant Sound Design: John Gibson; Projection Consultant: Paul Vershbow
Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Production Stage Manager: Perry Cline; Stage Manager: Maximo Torres; Assistant Stage Mgr: Rebecca C. Monroe
Musical Supervisor: Phil Edwards; Musical Coordinator: William Meade; Conducted by Martyn Axe; Associate Conductor: Henry Aronson; Reed: Lawrence Feldman and William Meade; Trumpet: David Stahl and Earl Gardner; Trombone: Larry Farrell and Randall Andos; French Horn: Will Parker; Bass: Ian Stewart; Guitar: Johan Nilson and Jeffrey Lee Campbell; Keyboard: Henry Aronson, Philip Fortenberry, Eddie Rabin and John Samorian; Piano / Vocals: Farah Alvin, Scott Beck, Julie Danao, Solomon, Alan Souza and Donna Vivino; Percussion: Jon Berger and James Musto; Drums: Chris Parker
ZFX Flying Supervisor: Paul Rubin; Flying effects provided by ZFX, Inc.
Fight direction by J. Allen Suddeth; Casting: Bernard Telsey Casting, Inc.; Press Representative: Bill Evans & Associates; Public Relations: Rubenstein Associates; Dance Captain: Marcia Urani; Fight Captain: Ottavio; Dialect Coach: Robert Blumenfeld; Marketing: The Karpel Group
James Carpinello
Broadway debut
Tony Manero
Sep 28, 1999 - Jul 2000
Annette
Stephanie Mangano
Monty
Bobby C
Joey
Sep 28, 1999 - Jul 2000
Miles Alden
Broadway debut
Dom
Vocals
Michael Balderrama
Broadway debut
Cesar
Aliane Baquerot
Broadway debut
Linda Manero
 
Patti
Shannon Beach
Broadway debut
Donna
Vocals
Anne Nicole Biancofiore
Broadway debut
Natalie
David Coburn
Broadway debut
Jay Langhart
 
Becker
Flo Manero
 
Lucille
Kristoffer Cusick
Broadway debut
Kenny
Vocals
Rosalie
Drisco Fernandez
Broadway debut
Antonio
Vinnie
Roger Lee Israel
Broadway debut
Rocker
Stacey Martin
Broadway debut
Lorelle
 
Al
Jennifer Newman
Broadway debut
Lola
Frank Manero
Roberto
Gina Philistine
Broadway debut
Angela
Solomon
Broadway debut
Vocals
Alan Souza
Broadway debut
Vocals
Frank Junior
Marcia Urani
Broadway debut
Ann Marie
Vocals
Andre Ward
Broadway debut
Chester
Natalie Willes
Broadway debut
Maria
Paula Wise
Broadway debut
Sophia
Understudies: Miles Alden (Bobby C, Gus), Richard H. Blake (Tony Manero), Danial Jerod Brown (Double J, Gus), David Coburn (Frank Manero, Fusco, Al, Monty), Kristoffer Cusick (Gus), Karl duHoffmann (Frank Junior, Jay Langhart, Becker), Deanna Dys (Flo Manero, Lucille), David Eggers (Fusco, Al, Jay Langhart, Becker), Chris Ghelfi (Joey, Double J), Brian J. Marcum (Frank Junior, Fusco, Al), Frank Mastrone (Frank Manero), Jeanine Meyers (Stephanie Mangano, Annette), Sean Palmer (Tony Manero), Gina Philistine (Annette), Angela Pupello (Stephanie Mangano, Flo Manero, Lucille), Rick Spaans (Bobby C, Joey) and Jerry Tellier (Monty)

Minskoff Theatre (Oct 21, 1999 - Dec 30, 2000)

Production Stage Manager: David Lober (circa. Jan 2000 - circa. Jul 2000) and Jimmie Lee Smith (circa. Jul 2000 - Dec 30, 2000); Stage Manager: Jimmie Lee Smith (circa. Jan 2000 - circa. Jul 2000); Assistant Stage Mgr: Dana Williams (circa. Jul 2000 - Dec 30, 2000), Eric Insko (circa. Jan 2000 - Dec 30, 2000) and Jill Gounder (circa. Jan 2000 - ?)

Cast

Tony Manero
Jul 2000 - Dec 30, 2000
Joey
Jul 2000 - Dec 30, 2000
Rosalie
Doreen
May 15, 2000 - Dec 30, 2000
Ike
Jun 2000 - Oct 2000
Dino
Jul 05, 2000 - Dec 30, 2000
Vocals
Swings: Wes Pope and Rod Weber
Understudies: Andy Karl (Tony Manero), Rebecca Kupka (Stephanie Mangano, Annette), Josh Prince (Bobby C) and Jody Reynard (Chester)
music by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb; lyrics by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Stayin' Alive
Tony Manero and The Company
Boogie Shoes
(music by Harry Casey and Richard Finch; lyrics by Harry Casey and Richard Finch)
Tony Manero and The Faces
Disco Inferno
(music by Leroy Green and Ron Kersey; lyrics by Leroy Green and Ron Kersey)
Monty and The Company
Night Fever
Tony Manero and The Company
Disco Duck
(music by Rick Dees; lyrics by Rick Dees)
Monty
More Than a Woman
Tony Manero and Stephanie Mangano
If I Can't Have You
Annette
It's My Neighborhood
The Company
You Should Be Dancing
Tony Manero and The Company
Act 2
Sung By
Jive Talkin'
Tony Manero, Annette, The Faces and The Company
First & Last / Tragedy
Bobby C
What Kind of Fool
(music by Albhy Galuten and Barry Gibb; lyrics by Albhy Galuten and Barry Gibb)
Stephanie Mangano
Nights on Broadway
Annette, Stephanie Mangano and The Company
Night Fever (The Dance Competition) (Reprise)
The Company
Open Sesame (The Dance Competition)
(music by Ronald Bell; lyrics by Ronald Bell)
Chester and Shirley
More Than a Woman (The Dance Competition)
Tony Manero and Stephanie Mangano
Salsation (The Dance Competition)
(music by David Shire; lyrics by David Shire)
Cesar and Maria
Immortality
Tony Manero
How Deep Is Your Love
Tony Manero and Stephanie Mangano
Season:
Week Ending Gross % Gross Pot. Attendance % Capacity # Previews # Perf.
Statistics supplied are courtesy of The Broadway League.
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