MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
May 03, 1981
Closing Date
May 03, 1981
1st Preview
Apr 21, 1981
1st Preview
Apr 21, 1981
Previews
15
Performances
1
MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Morosco Theatre
(May 03, 1981 - May 03, 1981)

  • People
    Theatre Leased and Operated by Lester Osterman
    Produced by Stuart Ostrow; Produced in association with T.A.T. Communications Company
    Originally produced in London for Stoll Productions, Ltd. by Jack Gill
    Music by Monty Norman; Lyrics by Julian More; Book by Julian More and Monty Norman; Musical Director: Elman Anderson; Music orchestrated by Ray Cook, John Owen Edwards, Alec Gould, Grant Hossack, Dave Lindup and Roy Moore; Dance arrangements by Timothy Graphenreed; Additional orchestrations by Arthur Harris; Vocal arrangements by Ray Cook
    Directed by Jonathan Lynn; Musical Staging by George Faison
    Scenic Design by Saul Radomsky; Costume Design by Franne Lee; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser; Sound Design by Otts Munderloh; Associate Scenic Design: John Kasarda; Projection Design by Wendall K. Harrington; Hair Design by Lyn Quiyou
    General Manager: Joseph Harris and Ira Bernstein; Associate Gen. Mgr: Peter T. Kulok; Associate to Messrs. Harris / Bernstein: Nancy Simmons
    Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: Perry Cline; Assistant Stage Mgr: Philip Hoffman; Technical Supervisor: Jeremiah J. Harris
    Musical Supervisor: Stanley Lebowsky; Orchestra Consultant: Mel Rodnon; Associate Conductor: Irving Joseph
    Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; General Press Representative: John Springer Associates; Dance Captain: Maureen Moore; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; Photographer: Martha Swope; Furs by Flemington Fur Company
    Gary
     
    Dead End Kid
     
    Rabbi Kotchinsky
     
    Sailor
     
    U.S. Immigration Officer
     
    Talking Picture Star
     
    1st Newsboy
     
    Rudy Vallee
     
    Bum
     
    Dancer
     
    Busby Berkley Tenor
     
    Waiter
     
    Flower Seller
     
    Fat German
     
    Gestapo Officer
     
    Press Photographer
     
    Member of Big Band Vocal Group
     
    2nd Newsboy
     
    Prisoner-of-War Guard
     
    U.S.O. Entertainer
     
    Academy Awards Singer
     
    Alvin Burns
     
    Chuck
     
    Israeli Dancer
     
    Schmuel
     
    Russian Singer
     
    Johnny Bakuba
     
    Bob Dylan
     
    Bob Dylan's Spokesman
     
    Benedict Rickenbacker
     
    Leader of Liverpool Pop Group
     
    British Trades Union Leader
     
    Bonny's Singing Partner
     
    Mr. Shapiro
     
    Rocco the Shoeshine Boy
     
    Talking Picture Star
     
    Louis Da Rosa
     
    French Crooner
     
    Street Trumpeter
     
    Fat German
     
    Member of Big Band Vocal Group
     
    U.S.O. Entertainer
     
    Marvin
     
    Israeli Dancer
     
    Russian Singer
     
    Lee Pyong-Do
     
    Liverpool Pop Group Drummer
    Timothy
     
    Moony Shapiro
     
    Mr. Woo
     
    Cop
     
    Fat German
     
    U.S.O. Entertainer
     
    Senator "Beanpole" Pickles
    Judy
     
    Reverend Mother
     
    Mrs. Shapiro
     
    Mrs. Kleinberg
     
    Salvation Army Girl
     
    Talking Picture Star
     
    Torch Singer
     
    Another Torch Singer
     
    Busby Berkley Girl
     
    Bella
     
    Fat German
     
    Member of Big Band Vocal Group
     
    Marlene
     
    U.S.O. Entertainer
     
    Rusty
     
    Israeli Dancer
     
    Kim-Sung
     
    Liverpool Pop Group Singer
     
    Sheila O'Toole
     
    Tilly
     
    Mary Cassidy
     
    Mae Feldman
     
    Astrid Kalmar
     
    Talking Picture Star
     
    Dolly Ralston
     
    Busby Berkley Girl
     
    French Music Hall Singer
     
    Fat German
     
    Member of Big Band Vocal Group
     
    British Comedienne
     
    U.S.O. Entertainer
     
    Bonny Van Heysen
     
    Debbie Stellman
     
    Jude
     
    Israeli Dancer
     
    Russian Singer
     
    KGB Officer
     
    Lin-Chi
     
    Magda Gyor
     
    Liverpool Pop Group Singer
    Back-up Singer
     
    March of Time Announcer
    Back-up Singer
    Back-up Singer
  • Songs
    music by Monty Norman; lyrics by Julian More
    Act 1
    Sung By
    Songbook
    Company
    East River Rhapsody
    Gary and Company
    Talking Picture Show
    Jeff, Judy, Annie and Gary
    Meg
    Timothy
    Mister Destiny
    Judy
    Your Time Is Different to Mine
    Judy
    Pretty Face
    Gary, Annie and Judy
    Je Vous Aime, Milady
    Jeff
    Les Halles
    Annie
    Olympics '36
    Company
    Nazi Party Pooper
    Timothy
    I'm Gonna Take Her Home to Momma
    Annie, Judy, Jeff and Gary
    Bumpity-Bump
    Annie
    The Girl in the Window
    Judy
    Victory
    Company
    April in Wisconsin
    Gary
    It's Only a Show
    Gary
    Bring Back Tomorrow
    Gary
    Songbook (Reprise)
    Company
    Act 2
    Sung By
    Happy Hickory
    Annie
    When a Brother Is a Mother to His Sister
    Timothy
    Climbin'
    Annie
    Don't Play That Lovesong Any More
    Timothy
    Happy Hickory (Reprise)
    Company
    Lovely Sunday Mornin'
    Annie and Gary
    Rusty's Dream Ballet
    Judy and Jeff
    A Storm in My Heart
    Gary, Annie, Jeff and Judy
    The Pokenhatchit Public Protest Committee
    Company
    I Accuse
    Annie and Judy
    Messages I
    Jeff
    Messages II
    Gary
    I Found Love
    Annie, Judy, Jeff and Gary
    Don't Play That Lovesong Any More (Reprise)
    Judy
    Golden Oldie
    Timothy
    Climbin' (Reprise)
    Annie, Gary, Jeff, Judy and Timothy
    Nostalgia
    Jeff
    Finale
    Company
  • Awards

    Tony Award®

     

    Best Book of a Musical

    1981 Nominee
    Book by Monty Norman and Julian More
Theatre Leased and Operated by Lester Osterman
Produced by Stuart Ostrow; Produced in association with T.A.T. Communications Company
Originally produced in London for Stoll Productions, Ltd. by Jack Gill
Music by Monty Norman; Lyrics by Julian More; Book by Julian More and Monty Norman; Musical Director: Elman Anderson; Music orchestrated by Ray Cook, John Owen Edwards, Alec Gould, Grant Hossack, Dave Lindup and Roy Moore; Dance arrangements by Timothy Graphenreed; Additional orchestrations by Arthur Harris; Vocal arrangements by Ray Cook
Directed by Jonathan Lynn; Musical Staging by George Faison
Scenic Design by Saul Radomsky; Costume Design by Franne Lee; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser; Sound Design by Otts Munderloh; Associate Scenic Design: John Kasarda; Projection Design by Wendall K. Harrington; Hair Design by Lyn Quiyou
General Manager: Joseph Harris and Ira Bernstein; Associate Gen. Mgr: Peter T. Kulok; Associate to Messrs. Harris / Bernstein: Nancy Simmons
Production Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Stage Manager: Perry Cline; Assistant Stage Mgr: Philip Hoffman; Technical Supervisor: Jeremiah J. Harris
Musical Supervisor: Stanley Lebowsky; Orchestra Consultant: Mel Rodnon; Associate Conductor: Irving Joseph
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; General Press Representative: John Springer Associates; Dance Captain: Maureen Moore; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; Photographer: Martha Swope; Furs by Flemington Fur Company
Gary
 
Dead End Kid
 
Rabbi Kotchinsky
 
Sailor
 
U.S. Immigration Officer
 
Talking Picture Star
 
1st Newsboy
 
Rudy Vallee
 
Bum
 
Dancer
 
Busby Berkley Tenor
 
Waiter
 
Flower Seller
 
Fat German
 
Gestapo Officer
 
Press Photographer
 
Member of Big Band Vocal Group
 
2nd Newsboy
 
Prisoner-of-War Guard
 
U.S.O. Entertainer
 
Academy Awards Singer
 
Alvin Burns
 
Chuck
 
Israeli Dancer
 
Schmuel
 
Russian Singer
 
Johnny Bakuba
 
Bob Dylan
 
Bob Dylan's Spokesman
 
Benedict Rickenbacker
 
Leader of Liverpool Pop Group
 
British Trades Union Leader
 
Bonny's Singing Partner
 
Mr. Shapiro
 
Rocco the Shoeshine Boy
 
Talking Picture Star
 
Louis Da Rosa
 
French Crooner
 
Street Trumpeter
 
Fat German
 
Member of Big Band Vocal Group
 
U.S.O. Entertainer
 
Marvin
 
Israeli Dancer
 
Russian Singer
 
Lee Pyong-Do
 
Liverpool Pop Group Drummer
Timothy
 
Moony Shapiro
 
Mr. Woo
 
Cop
 
Fat German
 
U.S.O. Entertainer
 
Senator "Beanpole" Pickles
Judy
 
Reverend Mother
 
Mrs. Shapiro
 
Mrs. Kleinberg
 
Salvation Army Girl
 
Talking Picture Star
 
Torch Singer
 
Another Torch Singer
 
Busby Berkley Girl
 
Bella
 
Fat German
 
Member of Big Band Vocal Group
 
Marlene
 
U.S.O. Entertainer
 
Rusty
 
Israeli Dancer
 
Kim-Sung
 
Liverpool Pop Group Singer
 
Sheila O'Toole
 
Tilly
 
Mary Cassidy
 
Mae Feldman
 
Astrid Kalmar
 
Talking Picture Star
 
Dolly Ralston
 
Busby Berkley Girl
 
French Music Hall Singer
 
Fat German
 
Member of Big Band Vocal Group
 
British Comedienne
 
U.S.O. Entertainer
 
Bonny Van Heysen
 
Debbie Stellman
 
Jude
 
Israeli Dancer
 
Russian Singer
 
KGB Officer
 
Lin-Chi
 
Magda Gyor
 
Liverpool Pop Group Singer
Back-up Singer
 
March of Time Announcer
Back-up Singer
Back-up Singer
music by Monty Norman; lyrics by Julian More
Act 1
Sung By
Songbook
Company
East River Rhapsody
Gary and Company
Talking Picture Show
Jeff, Judy, Annie and Gary
Meg
Timothy
Mister Destiny
Judy
Your Time Is Different to Mine
Judy
Pretty Face
Gary, Annie and Judy
Je Vous Aime, Milady
Jeff
Les Halles
Annie
Olympics '36
Company
Nazi Party Pooper
Timothy
I'm Gonna Take Her Home to Momma
Annie, Judy, Jeff and Gary
Bumpity-Bump
Annie
The Girl in the Window
Judy
Victory
Company
April in Wisconsin
Gary
It's Only a Show
Gary
Bring Back Tomorrow
Gary
Songbook (Reprise)
Company
Act 2
Sung By
Happy Hickory
Annie
When a Brother Is a Mother to His Sister
Timothy
Climbin'
Annie
Don't Play That Lovesong Any More
Timothy
Happy Hickory (Reprise)
Company
Lovely Sunday Mornin'
Annie and Gary
Rusty's Dream Ballet
Judy and Jeff
A Storm in My Heart
Gary, Annie, Jeff and Judy
The Pokenhatchit Public Protest Committee
Company
I Accuse
Annie and Judy
Messages I
Jeff
Messages II
Gary
I Found Love
Annie, Judy, Jeff and Gary
Don't Play That Lovesong Any More (Reprise)
Judy
Golden Oldie
Timothy
Climbin' (Reprise)
Annie, Gary, Jeff, Judy and Timothy
Nostalgia
Jeff
Finale
Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Book of a Musical

1981 Nominee
Book by Monty Norman and Julian More
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