MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Dec 15, 1952
Closing Date
Mar 08, 1953
Performances
90
MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Alvin Theatre
(Dec 15, 1952 - Mar 08, 1953)

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Theatre Owned / Operated by Herman Bernstein
Produced by James Russo and Michael Ellis; Associate Producer: Clifford Hayman
Music by Vernon Duke; Lyrics by Ogden Nash; Additional Lyrics by Sammy Cahn; Sketches by Charles Sherman; Sketches written with Peter DeVries; Featuring songs by Sheldon Harnick ("A Man's Home"); Vocal arrangements by Milton Rosenstock; Ballet Music by Genevieve Pitot and David Baker; Music orchestrated by Don Walker ("Opening - Theatre is a Lady", "A Man's Home", "Roundabout", "Clear Blue Sky", "Esther" and "Haunted Hot Spot"), Clare Grundman ("Turn Me Loose on Broadway", "It Just Occured to Me", "Baby Couldn't Dance" and "Finale") and Phil Lang ("Roll Along, Sadie", "Purple Rose" and "Just Like a Man"); Additional sketches by Arnold B. Horwitt ("And a Little Child" and "When in Rome") and Lee Rogow ("And a Little Child" and "When in Rome"); Additonal sketch by Mort Green ("One's A Crowd") and Nat Hiken ("Jealousy"); Additional sketch by George Foster ("One's A Crowd"); Additional Sketch by Billy Friedberg ("Jealousy"); Scenario for "Roundabout" by Horton Foote and Jerome Robbins; "The Voice of Inexperience" by Oliver Wakefield
Sketches Directed by Jules Dassin; Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Jerome Robbins
Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Ralph Alswang; Assistant to Mr. White: Elinor Robbins
General Manager: Clifford Hayman
Production Under the Supervision of John Murray Anderson; Production Stage Manager: Bill Ross; Stage Manager: Perry Bruskin; Assistant Stage Mgr: Howard Graham and May Muth
Musical Supervisor: Milton Rosenstock; Conducted by Milton Rosenstock; Assistant to Mr. Rosenstock: David Baker; Orchestra Contractor: Phil Palmer
Assistant to Mr. Robbins: June Graham; Publicity Director: Samuel J. Friedman; Press: Lenny Traube; Casting: Viola Rubber
Singer/Dancer of "Turn Me Loose on Broadway"
 
That One
One's A Crowd
 
Helen
Jealousy
 
Singer/Dancer of "Roll Along, Sadie"
 
Performer of "Street Scenes"
 
Jezebela
When in Rome
 
Sybill
Purple Rose
 
Singer of "Just Like a Man"
Stanley
Jealousy
Girl
Baby Couldn't Dance
 
Dancer in "Roundabout"
 
The Stripper
Haunted Hot Spot
Introducer of "Opening - Theatre is a Lady"
 
Singer of "A Man's Home"
 
Reggie
One's A Crowd
 
Singer/Dancer of "Roll Along, Sadie"
 
Performer of "Street Scenes"
 
Peter ("Going to the Studio")
 
Peter ("Purple Rose")
Dancer in "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Pupil
Baby Couldn't Dance
 
Dancing Ensemble
Dancing Ensemble
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Dancer in "Roundabout"
 
She
Going to the Studio
 
Dancing Ensemble
Camera Man
Purple Rose
Announcer
Going to the Studio
Dudley Dawson
And A Little Child
 
Melvin
Esther
 
Strombolini
When in Rome
Singer/Dancer of "Opening - Theatre is a Lady"
 
Boy
Baby Couldn't Dance
 
The Drummer
Haunted Hot Spot
Singing Ensemble
Voice
"Roundabout"
 
Cicero
Purple Rose
Teen Ace
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Hilary
Purple Rose
 
Singing Ensemble
Singer of "Roundabout"
 
Singer of "Haunted Hot Spot"
Dancer in "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Pupil
Baby Couldn't Dance
 
Dancer in "Roundabout"
 
Dancing Ensemble
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Voice
"Roundabout"
 
Singer of "Clear Blue Sky"
 
Singing Ensemble
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Dancing Ensemble
Dancer in "Roundabout"
 
Dancing Ensemble
Producer
And A Little Child
 
J.C.
One's A Crowd
 
Voice
"Roundabout"
 
Musician
When in Rome
 
Terrance
Purple Rose
Dancer of "Clear Blue Sky"
 
Esther
Esther
Singer of "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Singer of "Clear Blue Sky"
Dancing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Loney Lewis
for Stanley Prager
Dancer in "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Dancer in "Roundabout"
 
Singer/Dancer of "Roll Along, Sadie"
 
Dancing Ensemble
Secretary
And A Little Child
 
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Singing Ensemble
Teen Ace
Rollo
And A Little Child
Dancing Ensemble
Ensemble in "Turn Me Loose on Broadway"
 
Singer/Dancer of "Roll Along, Sadie"
 
Native
Esther
 
The Pianist
Haunted Hot Spot
Dancer in "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Nina
When in Rome
 
Dancing Ensemble
Mrs. Wilkins
And A Little Child
 
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Hortense
Purple Rose
 
Singing Ensemble
Butler ("And a Little Child")
 
Butler ("Purple Rose")
 
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Usher
One's A Crowd
 
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Virgil
Purple Rose
Leader of the Teen Aces
Singer/Dancer of "Turn Me Loose on Broadway"
 
Dancer in "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Dancer in "Roundabout"
 
Dancer of "Clear Blue Sky"
 
Dancing Ensemble
Harassed Gentleman
One's A Crowd
 
Thomaso
When in Rome
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Maid ("Purple Rose")
 
Singing Ensemble
Singer of "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Voice
"Roundabout"
 
Ginger
Purple Rose
 
Singing Ensemble
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Horatio
Purple Rose
 
Porter
When in Rome
Ensemble in "Turn Me Loose on Broadway"
 
Dancer in "It Just Occurred to Me"
 
Dancing Ensemble
Teen Ace
Teen Ace
Teen Ace
Ensemble in "Turn Me Loose on Broadway"
 
Professor
Baby Couldn't Dance
 
Dancing Ensemble
Audience member
One's A Crowd
 
Singing Ensemble
Performer of "The Voice of Inexperience"
Singing Ensemble
Understudies: Art Carroll (Singer of "Clear Blue Sky", Singer of "It Just Occurred to Me"), Sue Hight (Singer of "Haunted Hot Spot", Singer of "Roundabout"), George S. Irving (Introducer of "Opening - Theatre is a Lady", Reggie, Performer of "Street Scenes", Peter ("Going to the Studio"), Peter ("Purple Rose")), May Muth (Singer/Dancer of "Turn Me Loose on Broadway", That One, Helen, Singer/Dancer of "Roll Along, Sadie", Performer of "Street Scenes", Jezebela, Sybill), Stanley Prager (Dudley Dawson, Stanley, Melvin, Strombolini) and Teddy Tavenner (Audience member, Singer of "Clear Blue Sky", Voice)

Alvin Theatre (Dec 15, 1952 - Mar 08, 1953)

Cast

Porter
When in Rome
Peter Kelley
for Bill Calahan
 
 
Doris Wolin
for Sue Hight
 
 

Tony Award®

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1953 Winner
Hiram Sherman

Theatre World

Award

1953 Recipient
Peter Kelley
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