MusicalOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Mar 30, 1946
Closing Date
Jul 06, 1946
Performances
113
MusicalOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Martin Beck Theatre
(Mar 30, 1946 - Jul 06, 1946)

Setting
St. Louis, 1898.

Produced by Edward Gross
Music by Harold Arlen; Lyrics by Johnny Mercer; Book by Arna Bontemps and Countee Cullen; Based on the novel "God Sends Sunday" by Arna Bontemps; Musical Director: Leon Leonardi
Directed by Rouben Mamoulian; Choreographed by Charles Walters
Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers; Costume Design by Lemuel Ayers
Butterfly
Drum Major
Celestine
Jackie
Dandy Dave
Della Green
Biglow Brown
Li'l Augie
Badfoot
The Hostess
Ragsdale
Pembroke
Jasper
Mississippi
Mr. Hopkins
music by Johnny Mercer; lyrics by Harold Arlen
Act 1
Sung By
Li'l Augie Is a Natural Man (Sweeten' Water)
Badfoot
Any Place I Hang My Hat is Home
Della Green
I Feel My Luck Comin' Down
Li'l Augie
(I Had Myself a) True Love
Lila
Legalize My Name
Butterfly
Cakewalk Walk Your Lady
Drum Major, Quartet and Competing Couples
Act 2
Sung By
Come Rain or Come Shine
Della Green and Li'l Augie
Chinquapin Bush
Children
We Shall Meet to Part, No Never
Piggie
Lullaby
Della Green
Sleep Peaceful (Mr. Used-To-Be)
Lila
Leavin' Time
Choral Group
Act 3
Sung By
Come Rain or Come Shine (Reprise)
Della Green
(It's) A Woman's Prerogative
Butterfly
Ridin' on the Moon
Li'l Augie and Ensemble
Least That's My Opinion
Badfoot
Racin' Form
Leah
Come On, Li'l Augie
Ensemble
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