MusicalOperaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 05, 1984
Closing Date
Apr 15, 1984
1st Preview
Mar 20, 1984
1st Preview
Mar 20, 1984
Previews
20
Performances
13
MusicalOperaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Royale Theatre
(Apr 05, 1984 - Apr 15, 1984)

Setting
1943. A little town in California.

Music by Galt MacDermot; Libretto by William Dumaresq; From the novel by William Saroyan; Musical Director: Galt MacDermot; Music orchestrated by Galt MacDermot
Directed by Wilford Leach
Scenic Design by Bob Shaw; Costume Design by Rita Ryack; Lighting Design by James F. Ingalls; Sound Design by Tom Morse; Hair Design by Marlies Vallant; Make-Up Design by Marlies Vallant; Projection Design by Wendall Harrington; Assistant to Ms. Ryack: Richard Schurkamp
General Manager: Laurel Ann Wilson; Company Manager: David Conte
Production Stage Manager: Alan Fox; Stage Manager: K. Siobhan Phelan; NYSF Production Manager: Andrew Mihok; NYSF Technical Director: Mervyn Haines, Jr.
Conducted by Tania León; Music Contractor: Charles C. Brown III
Press Representative: Richard Kornberg; Photographer: Martha Swope; Vocal Consultant: Marge Rivingston; NYSF General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Poster Design by Paul Davis; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi
Ulysses Macauley
Soldier
Beautiful Music
Mr. Grogan
Townsperson
Miss Hicks
Diana Steed
Homer Macauley
Minister
Marcus Macauley
Townsperson
Mrs. Kate Macauley
Mexican Woman
Voice of Matthew Macauley
Felix
Soldier
Mary Arena
Spangler
Townsperson
Townsperson
Soldier
Swing: David Vogel
Standby: Cass Morgan (Mrs. Kate Macauley)
Understudies: Debra Byrd (Miss Hicks), Marc Stephen DelGatto (Ulysses Macauley), Walter Hudson (Spangler), David Lawrence Johnson (Beautiful Music), Lisa Kirchner (Mrs. Kate Macauley, Mexican Woman), Kathleen Rowe McAllen (Helen, Diana Steed), Grady Mulligan (Marcus Macauley, Spangler), Donna Murphy (Bess Macauley, Mary Arena), Daniel Noel (Thief), Louis Padilla (Tobey), Vernon Spencer (Trainman, Felix), Dan Tramon (Homer Macauley) and David Vogel (Mr. Grogan)
music by Galt MacDermot; lyrics by William Dumaresq
Act 1
Sung By
In a Little Town in California
Company
Hi Ya, Kid
Trainman and Ulysses Macauley
We're a Little Family
Mrs. Kate Macauley, Homer Macauley, Ulysses Macauley and Bess Macauley
The Assyrians
Helen and Miss Hicks
Noses
Homer Macauley
You're A Little Young For The Job
Spangler and Homer Macauley
I Can Carry A Tune
Homer Macauley
Happy Birthday
Homer Macauley
Happy Anniversary
Homer Macauley, Spangler and Mr. Grogan
I Think The Kid Will Do
Mr. Grogan and Spangler
Beautiful Music
Beautiful Music and Company
Cocoanut Cream Pie
Mr. Grogan and Homer Macauley
When I Am Lost
Homer Macauley, Beautiful Music and Company
I Said, Oh No
Bess Macauley, Mary Arena and Mexican Woman
Daddy Will Not Come Walking Through The Door
Mrs. Kate Macauley
The Birds In The Sky
Bess Macauley
Remember Always To Give
Mrs. Kate Macauley
Long Past Sunset
Voice of Matthew Macauley
Don't Tell Me
Mary Arena, Marcus Macauley and the Family and Company
The Fourth Telegram
Spangler and Mr. Grogan
Give Me All The Money
Thief and Spangler
Everything Is Changed
Homer Macauley and Mrs. Kate Macauley
The World Is Full of Loneliness
Mrs. Kate Macauley
Hi Ya, Kid (Reprise)
Trainman, Ulysses Macauley and Company
Act 2
Sung By
How I Love Your Thingamajig
Soldiers
Everlasting
Tobey
An Orphan I Am
Tobey
I'll Tell You About My Family
Marcus Macauley
I Wish I Were A Man
Mary Arena
Marcus, My Friend
Tobey
My Sister Bess
Marcus Macauley
I've Known a Lot of Guys
Diana Steed
Diana
Spangler
Dear Brother
Homer Macauley and Marcus Macauley
The Birds In The Trees/A Lot of Men
Diana Steed and Spangler
Parting
Mrs. Kate Macauley and Wives, Sweethearts, Mothers, Friends and Soldiers
Mr. Grogan, Wake Up
Homer Macauley
Hello, Doc
Spangler
What Am I Supposed to Do?
Homer Macauley and Spangler
Long Past Sunset
Mrs. Kate Macauley and Company
I'm Home
Tobey
Somewhere, Someone
Bess Macauley
I'll Always Love You
Mary Arena and Company
Hi Ya, Kid (Reprise)
Trainman, Ulysses Macauley and Company
Fathers And Mothers(And You And Me)
Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1984 Nominee
Stephen Geoffreys

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical

1984 Nominee
Bonnie Koloc
 

Outstanding Music

1984 Nominee
Music by Galt MacDermot

Theatre World

Award

1984 Recipient
Bonnie Koloc and Stephen Geoffreys
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