MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Oct 22, 1995
Closing Date
Jan 13, 1996
1st Preview
Oct 06, 1995
1st Preview
Oct 06, 1995
Previews
19
Performances
96
MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Music Box Theatre
(Oct 22, 1995 - Jan 13, 1996)

Originally produced at George Street Playhouse (Gregory S. Hurst, Producing Artistic Director); Additionally produced both in workshop and on the mainstage of The Goodspeed Opera House (Michael P. Price, Executive Producer)
Lyrics by Johnny Burke; Book by Michael Leeds; Music by Johnny Burke, Joe Bushkin, Erroll Garner, Robert Haggart, Arthur Johnston, James Monaco, Harold Spina and Jimmy Van Heusen; Dance arrangements by Peter Howard; Musical Director: Barry Levitt; Music orchestrated by Barry Levitt; Vocal arrangements by Barry Levitt; Additional musical arrangements by Ron Drotos; Featuring songs by Kahn Keene, Carl Bean and Frankie Masters; Featuring songs with lyrics by Joe Young
Directed by Michael Leeds; Choreographed by Kathleen Marshall
Scenic Design by James Youmans; Assistant Scenic Design: Deborah Edelman; Costume Design by Judy Dearing; Associate Costume Design: Deborah Edelman; Assistant Costume Design: Melissa Crawford; Lighting Design by Richard Nelson; Assistant Lighting Design: Susan Chute; Sound Design by T. Richard Fitzgerald; Projection Design by Batwin & Robin Productions, Inc.; Wig Design by Bettie Rogers; Original Gowns for "Starlight Supper Club" Created by Oscar de la Renta
General Manager: Paul B. Berkowsky; Company Manager: Peter Bogyo
Production Stage Manager: Mary Porter Hall; Technical Supervisor: Aurora Productions; Stage Manager: R. Wade Jackson; Assistant Stage Mgr: Daniel S. Rosokoff
Conducted by Barry Levitt; Associate Conductor: Ron Drotos; Piano: Barry Levitt; Synthesizer: Ron Drotos; Bass: Mark Minkler; Saxophone: Bill Easley; Trumpet: Gary Guzio; Drums/Percussion: Brian Grice
Special Advisor for "Road To" Sequence: Dorothy Lamour; General Press Representative: Keith Sherman & Associates; Casting: Pat McCorkle and Tim Sutton; Advertising: Nappi / Eliran / Murphy, Ltd.; Press Associate: Jim Byk and Stuart Ginsberg
Dedicated to Costume Designer: Judy Dearing
Mame
Speakeasy - Chicago
 
A Street Person
Depression - The Bowery
 
A Burkette
Radio Show - New York City
 
Miss Rheingold
USO Show - The Pacific Islands
 
The Vocalist
Ballroom - Hotel Roosevelt, Akron, Ohio
 
Girl
Road To - Paramount Studios, Hollywood
 
A Lover
Starlight Supper Club - Manhattan, The Present
Lewis Cleale
Broadway debut
Reginald
Speakeasy - Chicago
 
The Homeless Man
Depression - The Bowery
 
A Suitor
Depression - The Bowery
 
The Announcer
Radio Show - New York City
 
Eddie
USO Show - The Pacific Islands
 
The Manager
Ballroom - Hotel Roosevelt, Akron, Ohio
 
Bing
Road To - Paramount Studios, Hollywood
 
A Lover
Starlight Supper Club - Manhattan, The Present
Jeannie
Speakeasy - Chicago
 
A Street Person
Depression - The Bowery
 
Betty
Radio Show - New York City
 
Miss North Carolina
USO Show - The Pacific Islands
 
The Coat Check Girl
Ballroom - Hotel Roosevelt, Akron, Ohio
 
Girl
Road To - Paramount Studios, Hollywood
 
A Lover
Starlight Supper Club - Manhattan, The Present
Kathy Fitzgerald
Broadway debut
Flora
Speakeasy - Chicago
 
The Housewife
Depression - The Bowery
 
Vicky Voyay
Radio Show - New York City
 
Miss South Dakota
USO Show - The Pacific Islands
 
The Date
Ballroom - Hotel Roosevelt, Akron, Ohio
 
Dorothy
Road To - Paramount Studios, Hollywood
 
A Lover
Starlight Supper Club - Manhattan, The Present
Ben
Speakeasy - Chicago
 
A Street Person
Depression - The Bowery
 
A Suitor
Depression - The Bowery
 
A Burkette
Radio Show - New York City
 
Buzz Albright
USO Show - The Pacific Islands
 
The Waiter (2)
Ballroom - Hotel Roosevelt, Akron, Ohio
 
The Sheik
Road To - Paramount Studios, Hollywood
 
A Lover
Starlight Supper Club - Manhattan, The Present
Cleo
Speakeasy - Chicago
 
A Street Person
Depression - The Bowery
 
A Burkette
Radio Show - New York City
 
Lena George
USO Show - The Pacific Islands
 
The Woman Alone
Ballroom - Hotel Roosevelt, Akron, Ohio
 
Southern Woman
Road To - Paramount Studios, Hollywood
 
A Lover
Starlight Supper Club - Manhattan, The Present
The Waiter (1)
Speakeasy - Chicago
 
The Polish Gentleman
Depression - The Bowery
 
A Suitor
Depression - The Bowery
 
Buddy
Radio Show - New York City
 
Emcee
USO Show - The Pacific Islands
 
The Man
Ballroom - Hotel Roosevelt, Akron, Ohio
 
Bob
Road To - Paramount Studios, Hollywood
 
A Lover
Starlight Supper Club - Manhattan, The Present
Understudies: Deborah Burrell-Cleveland (Mame, The Vocalist, Cleo, Lena George), Frantz Hall (Ben, The Sheik), Joe Joyce (Eddie, Bing, Buddy, Bob) and Naomi Naughton (Vicky Voyay, Dorothy, Jeannie, Betty)
Act 1
Sung By
You're Not the Only Oyster in the Stew
(music by Harold Spina; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Cleo, Jeannie and Flora
Chicago Style
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Ben, Jeannie, Flora and Waiter
Ain't It a Shame About Mame
(music by James Monaco; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Ben and Mame
What's New
(music by Robert Haggart; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Jeannie
Doctor Rhythm
(music by James Monaco; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Cleo and Ben
Pennies from Heaven
(music by Arthur Johnston; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Homeless Man
When Stanislaus Got Married
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Polish Gentleman and The Street People
His Rocking Horse Ran Away
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Housewife
Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore
(music by Harold Spina; lyrics by Johnny Burke and Joe Young)
The Suitors
Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore (Reprise)
(music by Harold Spina; lyrics by Johnny Burke and Joe Young)
Buddy, Betty, The Announcer and The Burkettes
Scatterbrain
(music by Carl Bean, Kahn Keene and Frankie Masters; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Buddy
One, Two, Button Your Shoe
(music by Arthur Johnston; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Betty and Buddy
Whoopsie Daisy Day
(music by Johnny Burke; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Announcer and The Burkettes
What Does It Take to Make You Take to Me?
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Vicky Voyay
Irresistible
(music by Harold Spina; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Announcer, Vicky Voyay and The Burkettes
An Apple for the Teacher
(music by Arthur Johnston; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
All
Thank Your Lucky Stars and Stripes
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Emcee and Buzz Albright
Personality
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Miss South Dakota, Miss North Carolina and Miss Rheingold
There's Always the Blues
(music by Joe Bushkin; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Lena George
Polka Dots and Moonbeams
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Eddie
Swinging on a Star
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
All
Thank Your Lucky Stars and Stripes (Reprise)
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
All
Act 2
Sung By
Don't Let That Moon Get Away
(music by Jimmy Monaco; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Waiter
All You Want to Do is Dance
(music by Arthur Johnston; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Date and The Man
You Danced With Dynamite
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Date and The Man
Imagination
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Vocalist, The Waiter and The Coat Check Girl
It Could Happen to You
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Woman Alone
Road to Morocco
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Bing and Bob
Apalachicola
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Bing, Bob and Dorothy
Ain't Got a Dime to My Name
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Bing and Bob
You Don't Have to Know the Language
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Bing, Bob and Girls
Going My Way
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Bing
Shadows on the Swanee
(music by Harold Spina; lyrics by Johnny Burke and Joe Young)
Southern Woman, Bing, Bob and Dorothy
Pakistan
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
The Sheik, Dorothy, Bing and Bob
Road to Morocco (Reprise)
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Bing, Bob and Dorothy
But, Beautiful
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Ms. Burrell
Like Someone in Love
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Ms. Faye
Moonlight Becomes You
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Mr. Cleale
If Love Ain't There (It Ain't There)
(music by Johnny Burke; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Mr. McGrath
Sunday, Monday or Always
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Ms. Guess
Misty
(music by Erroll Garner; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Mr. Fleming
Here's That Rainy Day
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Ms. Fitzgerald
Pennies from Heaven (Reprise)
(music by Arthur Johnston; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
All
Swinging on a Star (Reprise)
(music by Jimmy Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Burke)
All

Tony Award®

 

Best Musical

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical

1996 Nominee
Michael McGrath and Lewis Cleale
 

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical

1996 Nominee
Kathy Fitzgerald
 

Outstanding Choreography

1996 Nominee
Choreographed by Kathleen Marshall

Theatre World

Award

1996 Recipient
Michael McGrath
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