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Broadway Theatre, (11/21/1964 - 1/02/1965)
First Preview: Nov 19, 1964 Total Previews: 3
Opening Date: Nov 21, 1964    
Closing Date: Jan 02, 1965 Total Performances: 49

Category: Musical, Revue, Dance, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Columbia Theatrical Enterprises (Herbert O. Fox, Executive Producer) and Claude Giraud Productions; Under the ausipices of the Association Française d'Action Artistique
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 Manager: C. Edwin Knill; Company Manager: Edward C. Fisher; Tour Direction: Columbia Theatrical Enterprises (Herbert O. Fox, Executive Producer)
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
Zizi Jeanmaire
Felix Blaszka
Principal Dancer
Marie Lys Blanc
Antonio Brigoni
Charleston Performer
Jacqueline de Min
Panchita de Peri
Ben de Rochemont
Nicole Dieu
Jacques Dombrowski
Hans Kroonder
Daini Kudo
Vladanka Langhofer
Lucien Mars
Robert Richemont
Peter Smink
The Revelers
Male Quartet
Thérèse Thoreux