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The Unsinkable Molly Brown   

Winter Garden Theatre, (11/03/1960 - 2/10/1962)
First Preview: Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Nov 03, 1960    
Closing Date: Feb 10, 1962 Total Performances: 532

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The turn of the century. The Tobin shack in Hannibal, Missouri. The Saddle Rock Saloon and Johnny's log cabin in Leadville, Colorado. The McGlone and Brown mansions in Denver, Colorado. Also Paris, Monte Carlo, the mid-Atlantic, the Rockies.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by The Theatre Guild (Lawrence Langner and Armina Marshall) and Dore Schary; Associate Producer: Walter Reilly
Book by Richard Morris; Music by Meredith Willson; Lyrics by Meredith Willson; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene; Musical Director: Herbert Greene; Ballet music arranged by Sol Berkowitz
Directed by Dore Schary; Choreographed by Peter Gennaro
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark; Hair Design by Ernest Adler; Tammy Grimes' Hair Styles by Robert Verdi
General Manager: Peter Davis; Company Manager: John Larson
Production Stage Manager: Jean Barrere; Stage Manager: Elliot Martin
General Press Representative: Nat Dorfman; Press Representative: Irvin Dorfman
Cast
Tammy Grimes
Molly Tobin
Harve Presnell
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Mony Dalmes
Princess DeLong
Mitchell Gregg
Prince DeLong
Jack Harrold
Monsignor Ryan
Christopher Hewett
Roberts
Patricia Kelly
The Grand Duchess Marie Nicholaiovna
Singer
Edith Meiser
Mrs. McGlone
Cameron Prud'homme
Shamus Tobin
Joe Sirola
Christmas Morgan
Ted Adkins
Duke of Burlingame
Dancer
Bobby Brownell
Page
June Card
Singer
Sterling Clark
Michael Tobin
Dancer
Bob Daley
Patrick Tobin
The Baron of Auld
Dancer
Michael Davis
Count Feranti
Young Waiter
Singer
Ceil Delli
Singer
Vito Durante
Dancer
Don Emmons
Denver Policeman
Dancer
Billy Faier
Banjo
Pat Finch
Singer
Paul Floyd
A Boy
Norman Fredericks
Father Flynn
Mr. Wadlington
Singer
Barbara Gine
Dancer
Marvin Goodis
Jenab-ashros
Male Passenger
Singer
Marian Haraldson
Singer
Diana Hunter
Dancer
Woody Hurst
Charlie
Singer
Barney Johnston
Malcolm Broderick
Singer
Tom Larson
Burt
Singer
Lynn Gay Lorino
Saloon Girl
Germaine
Dancer
Dale Malone
Professor Gardella
Maitre D'
Singer
Susan May
Dancer
Rae McLean
Saloon Girl
Dancer
Anna Marie Moylan
Saloon Girl
Dancer
Barbara Newman
Duchess of Burlingame
Dancer
Lynne Osborne
Mrs. Wadlington
Singer
Louis Polacek
Singer
Joe Pronto
Brawling Miner
Gitter
Dancer
Nanette Rosen
Dancer
Mark Ross
Dancer
Nada Rowand
Mother
Singer
Wanda Saxon
Countess Ethanotous
Singer
Bill Starr
Aloysius Tobin
Wounded Sailor
Dancer
Alex Stevens
Brawling Miner
Dancer
Terry Violino
Sheriff
Denver Policeman
Dancer
Standby: Iva Withers (Molly Tobin)
Understudies: Don Emmons (Christmas Morgan), Marian Haraldson (Princess DeLong), Christopher Hewett (Monsignor Ryan), Barney Johnston (Roberts), Patricia Kelly (Mrs. McGlone) and Beau Tilden (Johnny "Leadville" Brown)
Tony Award®
winner 1961 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Tammy Grimes
music by Meredith Willson; lyrics by Meredith Willson
ACT 1 Sung By
I Ain't Down Yet Molly Tobin and Her Brothers
Belly Up to the Bar, Boys Molly Tobin, Christmas Morgan and the Miners
I've A'ready Started In Johnny "Leadville" Brown, Christmas Morgan, Charlie, Burt and Gitter
I'll Never Say No Johnny "Leadville" Brown
My Own Brass Bed Molly Tobin
The Denver Police Three Policemen
Beautiful, People, of Denver Molly Tobin
Are You Sure? Molly Tobin, Monsignor Ryan and Guests
I Ain't Down Yet (Reprise) Molly Tobin and Johnny "Leadville" Brown
ACT 2 Sung By
Happy Birthday, Mrs. J. J. Brown Princess DeLong, Prince DeLong and the International set
Bon Jour (The Language Song) Molly Tobin, Prince DeLong and the International set
If I Knew Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Chick-a-pen Molly Tobin and Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Keep-a-Hoppin' Johnny "Leadville" Brown and His Leadville Friends
Up Where the People Are Monte Carlo Guests
Dolce Far Niente Prince DeLong and Molly Tobin
Colorado, My Home Johnny "Leadville" Brown, Molly Tobin and Leadville Friends