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Sugar   

Majestic Theatre, (4/09/1972 - 6/23/1973)
First Preview: Mar 29, 1972 Total Previews: 14
Opening Date: Apr 09, 1972    
Closing Date: Jun 23, 1973 Total Performances: 505

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: 1931. Chicago, Miami and in between.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by David Merrick
Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Bob Merrill; Book by Peter Stone; From the screenplay "Some Like It Hot" by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond; Based on a story by Robert Thoeren; Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang; Dance arrangements by John Berkman; Musical Director: Elliot Lawrence; Vocal arrangements by Elliot Lawrence
Directed by Gower Champion; Choreographed by Gower Champion; Associate Choreographer: Bert Michaels
Scenic Design by Robin Wagner; Costume Design by Alvin Colt; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein; Hair Styles by Joe Tubens; Make-Up Design by Joe Cranzano
General Manager: Jack Schlissel; Company Manager: Vince McKnight
Production Stage Manager: Charles Blackwell; Stage Manager: Henry Velez
Supervisor Music Copyist: Thomas Brown; Music Contractor: Elliot Lawrence
Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Sandra Manley; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Fred Golden; Production Associate: Samuel Liff; Dance Captain: Sandra Brewer; Casting: Geri Windsor; Photographer: Martha Swope
Cast
Robert Morse
Jerry
Cyril Ritchard
Osgood Fielding, Jr.
Tony Roberts
Joe
Elaine Joyce
Sugar Kane
Sheila Smith
Sweet Sue
Ken Ayers
Cabdriver
"Chicago" Singer
Knuckles's Gang
Nicole Barth
Bass
Society Syncopater
Sunbather
Andy Bew
Bellboy
Spats's Gang
Roger Bigelow
Spats's Gang
George Blackwell
Train Conductor
"Chicago" Singer
Pamela Blair
Saxophone
Society Syncopater
Sunbather
Dick Bonelle
Knuckles Norton
"Chicago" Singer
Gerard Brentte
Dude
Sandra Brewer
Swing Dancer
Eileen Casey
Olga
Saxophone
Society Syncopater
Sunbather
Steve Condos
Spats Palazzo
Harriett Conrad
Piano
Society Syncopater
Gene Cooper
Spats's Gang
Terry Cullen
Trombone
Society Syncopater
Arthur Faria
Spats's Gang
Linda Gandell
Drums
Society Syncopater
Igors Gavon
Poker Player
"Chicago" Singer
Gene GeBauer
Spats's Gang
Robin Hoctor
Sunbather
Alan Kass
Bienstock
Leslie Latham
Trumpet
Society Syncopater
Debra Lyman
Saxophone
Society Syncopater
Sunbather
Peggy Lyman
Sunbather
Richard Maxon
Knuckles's Gang
John Mineo
Spats's Gang
Dale Muchmore
Knuckles's Gang
Sally Neal
Saxophone
Society Syncopater
Sunbather
Hal Norman
"Chicago" Singer
Alexander Orfaly
Knuckles's Gang
Don Percassi
Spats's Gang
Marilou Sirinek
Trumpet
Society Syncopater
Pamela Sousa
Sunbather
Kathleen Witmer
Trombone
Society Syncopater
Mary Zahn
Saxophone
Society Syncopater
Swings: Sandra Brewer and Denny Martin Flinn
Tony Award®
1973 Best Musical [nominee]
Produced by David Merrick
1973 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Robert Morse
1973 Best Choreography [nominee]
Gower Champion
1973 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Gower Champion
Drama Desk Award
winner 1972 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Robert Morse
Theatre World
winner 1972 Award [recipient]
Elaine Joyce
music by Jule Styne; lyrics by Bob Merrill
ACT 1 Sung By
Windy City Marmelade Sweet Sue and All Girl Band
Penniless Bums Jerry, Joe and Unemployed Musicians
Tear the Town Apart Spats's Gang
The Beauty That Drives Men Mad Jerry and Joe
We Could Be Close Jerry and Sugar Kane
Sun on My Face Jerry, Joe, Sugar Kane, Sweet Sue, Bienstock and Ensemble
November Song Millionaires and Osgood Fielding, Jr.
Sugar Jerry and Joe
ACT 2 Sung By
Hey, Why Not! Sugar Kane and Ensemble
Beautiful Through and Through Osgood Fielding, Jr. and Jerry
What Do You Give to a Man Who's Had Everything? Joe and Sugar Kane
Magic Night's Jerry
It's Always Love Joe
When You Meet a Man in Chicago Jerry, Joe, Sugar Kane, Sweet Sue, All Girl Band and Chorus Line