MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Oct 25, 1995
Closing Date
Jul 27, 1997
1st Preview
Oct 03, 1995
1st Preview
Oct 03, 1995
Previews
25
Performances
734
MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Marquis Theatre
(Oct 25, 1995 - Jul 27, 1997)

Setting
In and around Paris and Chicago.

Book by Blake Edwards; Music by Henry Mancini; Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse; "Trust Me," "Louie Says," and "Living in the Shadows" by Frank Wildhorn; Music orchestrated by Billy Byers; Dance music by David Krane; Incidental music by David Krane; Musical Director: Ian Fraser; Vocal arrangements by Ian Fraser
Directed by Blake Edwards; Choreographed by Rob Marshall; Assistant Director: Kirsten Sanderson; Assistant Choreographer: Cynthia Onrubia and Sarah Miles
Scenic Design by Robin Wagner; Costume Design by Willa Kim; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald; Hair Design by Michaeljohn; Assistant Sound Design: Janet Smith; Assistant Scenic Design: Thomas Peter Sarr; Associate Scenic Design: David Peterson and Douglas Huszti; Creative Assistant to Ms. Kim: Richard Schurkamp; Associate Costume Design: Frank Krenz; Assistant Costume Design: Elizabeth Hope Clancy, Daniele Hollywood and Emma Stevenson; Assistant Lighting Design: David J. Lander and Jeffrey Whitsett
General Manager: Niko Associates, Inc. (Manny Kladitis, Founder and President); Executive Producer: Robin De Levita; Company Manager: Erich Hamner; Assistant Co. Mgr: Carl Pasbjerg
Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Production Stage Manager: Arturo E. Porazzi; Stage Manager: Bonnie L. Becker; Assistant Stage Mgr: Kimberly Russell
Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Ian Fraser; Music Copying Services: Larry Abel; Concert Master: Dale Stuckenbruck; Violin: Rebekah Johnson, Karl Kawahara and Karen M. Karlsrud; Viola: Richard Spencer; Cello: Diane Barere; Bass: Richard Sarpola; Woodwinds: Edward Joffe, Albert Regni, Dan Wieloszynski, Kenneth Dybisz and John Campo; Trumpet: John Frosk, Danny Cahn and Hollis Burridge; Trombone: Jim Pugh and George Flynn; Guitar: Bob Rose; Drums: Perry Cavari; Percussion: Benjamin Herman; Accordion: Charlie Giordano; Keyboards: Joseph Thalken
Special Effects by J.C. Brotherhood
Fight Staging by B. H. Barry; Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; National Press Representative: Peter Cromarty & Company; Creative Associate to Mr. Marshall: Kathleen Marshall; Dance Captain: Mark S. Hoebee; Press Account Representative: Bill Klemm and Hugh Hayes; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Director of Promotions and Sponsorship: Keith Hurd; Photographer: Carol Rosegg and Joan Marcus
The producers wish to dedicate this musical to the memory of Henry Mancini
Victoria Grant
Oct 03, 1995 - Jun 08, 1997
King Marchan
Carroll Todd
Richard Di Nardo
Henri Labisse
Squash (Mr. Bernstein)
André Cassell
Norma Cassidy
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
 
Jazz Hot Musician
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Les Boy
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Choreographer
Sal Andretti
Les Boy
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Juke
Street Singer
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Les Boy
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Les Boy
 
Jazz Hot Musician
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Jazz Singer
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Madame Roget
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Chambermaid
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Miss Selmer
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Jazz Hot Musician
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Standby: Anne Runolfsson (Victoria Grant) and Alex Wipf (Carroll Todd)
Understudies: Roxane Barlow (Norma Cassidy), Michael-Demby Cain (Jazz Singer), Caitlin Carter (Norma Cassidy), Angelo Fraboni (Richard Di Nardo), Christopher Innvar (King Marchan), Ken Land (Carroll Todd), Mark Lotito (Sal Andretti, Squash (Mr. Bernstein)), Casey Nicholaw (Henri Labisse), Tara O'Brien (Victoria Grant) and Jennifer Smith (Street Singer)

Marquis Theatre (Oct 25, 1995 - Jul 27, 1997)

Scenic Design by Atkin Pace
Production Company Manager: Alex Holt; Company Manager: Bruce Klinger
Assistant Stage Mgr: Mireya Hepner and Terrence J. Witter (Sep 17, 1996 - ?)
Conducted by Joseph Thalken; Associate Conductor: Ethyl Will
Dance Captain: Rob Ashford

Cast

Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Apache Dancer
 
Les Boy
 
Jazz Hot Musician
George Dudley
Role not credited on opening night
Reporter
 
Clam
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
Jazz Singer
Ken Land
Role not credited on opening night
Deviant Husband
 
Reporter
Les Boy
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
Michele Lynch
Role not credited on opening night
Simone Kalisto
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
Liza Minnelli
During Julie Andrews' vacation
Victoria Grant
Jan 10, 1997 - Feb 02, 1997
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Norma Cassidy
Gregor
 
Stagehand
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Juke
Linda Romoff
Role not credited on opening night
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
 
Madame Roget
 
Reporter
 
Woman Guest #1
 
Chambermaid
Squash (Mr. Bernstein)
Choreographer
Cynthia Sophiea
Role not credited on opening night
Cosmetic Company President
 
Woman Guest #2
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Louis Says Ensemble
 
Norma's Girl
 
Victor / Victoria Ensemble
Brian Sutherland
Role not credited on opening night
Choreographer
 
Man Guest
Les Boy
 
Jazz Hot Ensemble
 
Apache Dancer
Street Singer
Victoria Grant
Jun 10, 1997 - Jul 27, 1997
Jazz Hot Ensemble
Understudies: Neal Benari (King Marchan) and Paul Schoeffler (King Marchan)
music by Henry Mancini; lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Paris by Night
Carroll Todd and Les Boys
If I Were a Man
Victoria Grant
Trust Me
Carroll Todd and Victoria Grant
Le Jazz Hot
Victor and Jazz Hot Ensemble
The Tango
Victor and Norma Cassidy
Paris Makes Me Horny
Norma Cassidy
Crazy World
Victoria Grant
Who Can I Tell? (Replaced "Crazy World" during Liza Minnelli's run.)
(music by Leslie Bricusse)
Victoria Grant
Act 2
Sung By
Louis Says (Dropped during run.)
(music by Frank Wildhorn)
Victor and Louis Says Ensemble
King's Dilemma
King Marchan
Apache
Les Boys
You & Me
Carroll Todd and Victor
Paris by Night (Reprise)
Street Singer
Almost a Love Song
King Marchan and Victoria Grant
Chicago, Illinois
Norma Cassidy and Norma's Girl
Living in the Shadows
(music by Frank Wildhorn)
Victoria Grant
Victor / Victoria
Victoria Grant, Carroll Todd and Company

Tony Award®

 

Best Actress in a Musical

1996 Nominee
Julie Andrews

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Actress in a Musical

1996 Winner
Julie Andrews

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical

1996 Winner
Rachel York
 

Outstanding Set Design for a Musical

1996 Nominee
Scenic Design by Robin Wagner
Season:
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