MusicalOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Dec 08, 1963
Closing Date
Mar 14, 1964
1st Preview
Dec 05, 1963
1st Preview
Dec 05, 1963
Previews
4
Performances
112
MusicalOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.
Theatres
Broadway Theatre
(Dec 08, 1963 - Mar 14, 1964)

Setting
June 21-22, 1911, just prior to and during the Coronation of George V. Place: London.

Produced by Herman Levin
Book by Harry Kurnitz; Music by Noël Coward; Lyrics by Noël Coward; Based on the play "The Sleeping Prince" by Terence Rattigan; Musical Director: Jay Blackton; Vocal arrangements by Jay Blackton; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett; Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot
Staged by Joe Layton
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Irene Sharaff; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark
Production Stage Manager: Samuel Liff; Stage Manager: Jerry Adler
Assistant to Mr. Layton: Wakefield Poole; Press Representative: Richard Maney and Martin Shwartz
Grand Duke Charles
Prince Regent of Carpathia
Mary Morgan
Queen Mother
Ada Cockle
Simka
Dancer
Singer
Singer
Peter Northbrook
Dancer
Tony Morelli
 
Singer
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Colonel Hofmann
Singer
Singer
Jessie Maynard
 
Singer
Dancer
Singer
Baroness Brunheim
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Singer
First Girl
 
Singer
Lady Sunningdale
 
Dancer
Major-Domo
Mr. Grimes
Singer
Singer
Dancer
King Nicholas III
Dancer
Second Girl
 
Singer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Violetta Vines
 
Singer
Dancer
Standby: David Brooks (Grand Duke Charles) and Dran Seitz (Mary Morgan)
Understudies: Kellie Brytt (Ada Cockle), Robert Fitch (Colonel Hofmann), Lucie Lancaster (Queen Mother), Peter Pagan (Peter Northbrook) and Mike Toles (King Nicholas III)
music by Noël Coward; lyrics by Noël Coward
Act 1
Sung By
Swing Song
Jessie Maynard, Tony Morelli and Ensemble
Yasni Kozkolai (Carpathian National Anthem)
Ensemble
My Family Tree
Grand Duke Charles, Peter Northbrook and Regent's Aides
I've Been Invited to a Party
Mary Morgan
Waltz
Ensemble
I've Been Invited to a Party (Reprise)
Mary Morgan
When Foreign Princes Come to Visit Us
Major-Domo and Footmen
Sir or Ma'am
Peter Northbrook
Soliloquies
Grand Duke Charles and Mary Morgan
Lonely
Grand Duke Charles
London Is a Little Bit of All Right
Ada Cockle, King Nicholas III and Ensemble
What Ho, Mrs. Brisket
Ada Cockle, King Nicholas III and Ensemble
Don't Take Our Charlie for the Army
Ada Cockle, King Nicholas III and Ensemble
Saturday Night at the Rose and Crown
Ada Cockle, King Nicholas III and Ensemble
London Is a Little Bit of All Right (Reprise)
Ada Cockle
Here and Now
Mary Morgan
Soliloquies (Reprise)
Grand Duke Charles and Mary Morgan
Act 2
Sung By
Coronation Chorale
Mary Morgan, Grand Duke Charles, Principals and Ensemble
How Do You Do, Middle Age?
Grand Duke Charles
Here and Now (Reprise)
Mary Morgan
The Stingaree (Dance)
Grand Duke Charles, Lady Sunningdale and Ensemble
Curt, Clear and Concise
Grand Duke Charles and Peter Northbrook
Tango
Grand Duke Charles, Mary Morgan and Dancing Ensemble
Welcome to Pootzie Van Doyle
Mary Morgan
The Coconut Girl
Mary Morgan
Paddy MacNeill and His Automobile
Mary Morgan
Swing Song (Reprise)
Mary Morgan
Six Lillies of the Valley
Mary Morgan
The Walla Walla Boola
Mary Morgan
This Time It's True Love
Mary Morgan
This Time It's True Love (Reprise)
Grand Duke Charles
I'll Remember Her
Grand Duke Charles

Tony Award®

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

1964 Winner
Tessie O'Shea
 

Best Costume Design

1964 Nominee
Costume Design by Irene Sharaff
 

Best Author (Musical)

1964 Nominee
Lyrics by Noël Coward
Book by Harry Kurnitz
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