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The Girl in Pink Tights   

Mark Hellinger Theatre, (3/05/1954 - 6/12/1954)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 05, 1954    
Closing Date: Jun 12, 1954 Total Performances: 115

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The theatrical district of New York. Immediately following the Civil War.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Anthony Brady Farrell
Produced by Shepard Traube; Produced in association with Anthony B. Farrell
Music by Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Leo Robin; Book by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields; Musical Director: Sylvan Levin; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Ballet music arranged by Trude Rittman
Directed by Shepard Traube; Choreographed by Agnes De Mille
Scenic Design by Eldon Elder; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Eldon Elder
General Manager: J.H. Del Bondio
Production Stage Manager: Bill Ross; Stage Manager: Bruce Savan and Perry Bruskin
Music adapted by Don Walker; Choral Director: Sylvan Levin; Music Preparation: Mathilde Pincus; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff
Press Representative: George Ross and Madelin Blitzstein
Cast
Charles Goldner
Maestro Gallo
Jeanmaire
Lisette Gervais
David Atkinson
Clyde Hallam
Alexandre Kalioujny
Volodya Kuzentsov
Brenda Lewis
Lotta Leslie
Robert Smith
Van Beuren
David Aiken
Eddington
Singer
Harry Asmus
Dancer
Herbert Banke
Singer
Meredith Baylis
Dancer
Joan Bowman
Dancer
Robert Driscoll
Singer
Lydia Fredericks
Nellie
Singer
Katia Geleznova
Simone
Dancer
Mickey Gunnersen
Paulette
Dancer
Mary Haywood
Dancer
Gregory Hines
Shoe Shine Boy
Maurice Hines
Newspaper Boy
Jane House
Singer
Deedy Irwin
Singer
Kalem Kermoyan
Mike
Singer
Rhoda Kerns
Dancer
Peggy Kinard
Singer
Nancy King
Odette
Dancer
Louis Kosman
Dancer
Dania Krupska
Hattie Hopkins
Lynne Marcus
Lucette
Dancer
Julie Marlowe
Dancer
Ray Mason
Hollister
Singer
Ellen Matthews
Dancer
Marni Nixon
Singer
Paul Olson
Dancer
Stas Pajenski
Singer
Lila Popper
Gisele
Dancer
Michelle Reiner
Singer
Douglas Rideout
Gypsy Violinist
Singer
Tom Rieder
British Tar
Singer
Eva Rubinstein
Mimi
Dancer
James Schlader
Singer
Dorothy Scott
Dancer
Joshua Shelley
Boris
Beverly Simms
Dancer
Joanne Spiller
Singer
John Stamford
Policeman
Bruce
Singer
Edward Stinnett
Dancer
John Taliaferro
British Tar
Fire Chief
Sommelier
Singer
Ted Thurston
Fire Chief
Emile
Singer
Beryl Towbin
Blanchette
Dancer
Diana Turner
Dancer
William Weslow
Dancer
Beverly Weston
Singer
Jenny Workman
Jenny
Dancer
Understudies: Herb Banke (Bruce, Policeman), Perry Bruskin (Boris), Robert Driscoll (Gypsy Violinist), Rhoda Kerns (Blanchette), Dania Krupska (Lisette Gervais), Ray Mason (Clyde Hallam), Marni Nixon (Hattie Hopkins), Michelle Reiner (Lotta Leslie), Douglas Rideout (Eddington), Tom Rieder (Mike, Van Beuren), James Schlader (Hollister), John Stamford (Emile, Fire Chief), Ted Thurston (Maestro Gallo) and William Weslow (Volodya Kuzentsov)
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Leo Robin
ACT 1 Sung By
That Naughty Show from Gay Paree Singing Ensemble
Lost in Loveliness Clyde Hallam, Lisette Gervais, 1st Lover, 2nd Lover and Lovers
I Promised Their Mothers Maestro Gallo
Up in the Elevated Railway Lisette Gervais, Clyde Hallam, Volodya Kuzentsov, Hattie Hopkins, Shoe Shine Boy, Newspaper Boy and Singing Ensemble
In Paris and in Love Clyde Hallam and Lisette Gervais
You've Got to Be a Little Crazy Lotta Leslie, Nellie, Mike and Bruce
When I am Free to Love Lisette Gervais
Pas de Deux Lisette Gervais and Volodya Kuzentsov
Out of the Way Members of the Singing Ensemble
Roll Out the Hose, Boys Members of the Singing Ensemble
Finale Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
My Heart Won't Say Goodbye Clyde Hallam, Lisette Gervais and Singing Ensemble
We're All in the Same Boat Entire Company
Bacchanale Dionysius, The Wayward Nymph, Nymphs, Satyrs, Messenger and Attendants
Love Is the Funniest Thing Lotta Leslie and Maestro Gallo
The Cardinal's Guard Are We Lotta Leslie and Members of the Singing Ensemble
Grand Imperial Ballet Lucifer, Hecate, Devils, Evil Spirits, Bats, Dancing Batlets, Batlets and Attendants
Finale Entire Company
   
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