MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 14, 1970
Closing Date
Jul 18, 1970
Previews
4
Performances
111
MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Ambassador Theatre
(Apr 14, 1970 - Jul 18, 1970)

Description
A musical in three acts

Setting
1926. Nice, France.

Produced by John Yorke, Don Saxon and Michael Hellerman; Associate Producer: Robert Saxon
Music by Sandy Wilson; Book by Sandy Wilson; Lyrics by Sandy Wilson; Musical Director: Jerry Goldberg
Directed by Gus Schirmer; Choreographed by Buddy Schwab
Scenic Design by Andrew Brownfoot and Margaret Brownfoot; Costume Design by Andrew Brownfoot and Margaret Brownfoot; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser
Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: Larry Ziegler
Costume Supervisor: Stanley Simmons
Production Assistant: Ronald Snyder; Press Representative: Saul Richman and Sy Sandler
Hortense
Madame Dubonnet
Polly
Monica
Maisie
Bobby Van Husen
Pierre
 
Pepe
Dulcie
Alphonse
Lady Brockhurst
Gendarme
Percival Browne
Phillipe
 
Waiter
Lord Brockhurst
Fay
 
Lolita
Understudies: Barbara Andres (Madame Dubonnet), Carol Culver (Polly), Arthur Faria (Bobby Van Husen), Jeff Richards (Tony), Paul Tracey (Percival Browne), Eleonore Treiber (Lady Brockhurst) and Mimi B. Wallace (Maisie)
music by Sandy Wilson; lyrics by Sandy Wilson
Act 1
Sung By
Perfect Young Ladies
Hortense, Nancy, Maisie, Fay and Dulcie
The Boy Friend
Polly, Maisie, Dulcie, Fay, Nancy, Marcel, Pierre and Alphonse
Won't You Charleston with Me?
Maisie and Bobby Van Husen
Fancy Forgetting
Madame Dubonnet and Percival Browne
I Could Be Happy with You
Polly and Tony
Finale Reprise: The Boy Friend
Entire Company
Act 2
Sung By
Sur La Plage
Maisie, Bobby Van Husen, Fay, Marcel, Dulcie, Alphonse, Nancy, Pierre, Monica and Phillipe
A Room in Bloomsburry
Polly and Tony
You Don't Want to Play with Me Blues
Madame Dubonnet, Percival Browne, Fay, Dulcie, Nancy and Monica
Safety in Numbers
Maisie, Bobby Van Husen, Marcel, Pierre and Alphonse
Finale
Entire Company
Act 3
Sung By
Riviera
Maisie, Bobby Van Husen, Fay, Marcel, Dulcie, Alphonse, Nancy, Pierre, Monica and Phillipe
It's Never Too Late to Fall in Love
Lady Brockhurst and Dulcie
Carnival Tango
Danced by Peppe and Lolita
Poor Little Pierrette
Madame Dubonnet and Polly
Finale
Entire Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Actress in a Musical

1971 Nominee
Sandy Duncan

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Performance

1970 Winner
Sandy Duncan
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