MusicalRevue DanceOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Nov 21, 1964
Closing Date
Jan 02, 1965
1st Preview
Nov 19, 1964
1st Preview
Nov 19, 1964
Previews
3
Performances
49
MusicalRevue DanceOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Broadway Theatre
(Nov 21, 1964 - Jan 02, 1965)

Musical Director: Michel Mention; "Prologue" music by Ward Swingle; Music for "La Cervelle" and words and music for "Mon Bonhomme" and "Eh L'Amour" by Jean Ferrat; "La Cervelle," 'Les Yeau Brillants" and "Mon Truc En Plumes" lyrics by Bernard Dimey; "Les Bras D'Antoine" words and music by Guy Béart; "Scaramouche" music by Darius Milhaud; "Tarantelle" music by Gioacchino Rossini; "Espana" music by Emmanuel Chabrier; "La Chambre" story by Georges Simenon; "La Chambre" music by Georges Auric; "Bacorope" and "Quail on Toast With Pink Champagne" by Michel Mention; "La Chaloupee" music by Maurice Thiriet; "La Chaloupee" story by Marcel Aymé; "Les Yeau Brillants" music by Francis Lai; "Les Tatouages" lyrics by Jean Drejac; "Les Tatouages" music by Michel Legrand; "Drole De Musique" words and music by Christian Guitreau; "Frankie Et Johnny" lyrics by Boris Vian; "Mon Truc En Plumes" music by J. Constantin; "Je Te Tuerai D'Amour" lyrics by Raymond Queneau; "Je Te Tuerai D'Amour" music by J. Halliday
Conceived by Roland Petit; Directed by Roland Petit
Costume Design by Yves Saint-Laurent; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton
General Stage Manager: Jean Fananas
Conducted by Michel Mention; Associate Conductor: Don Plumby; Percussionist: Gus Wallez; Accordionist: Jean Cardon; Orchestra Personnel: Sol Gusikoff
General Press Representative: Bill Doll & Company, Inc.; Advertising: Ingram Ash and The Blaine Thompson Company; Ballet Master: Frederic Stebler; Press Representative: Midori Tsuji, Shirley Herz and Richard Spittel
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Male Quartet
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