MusicalRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Oct 16, 1983
Closing Date
Sep 02, 1984
1st Preview
Oct 05, 1983
1st Preview
Oct 05, 1983
Previews
14
Performances
362
MusicalRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Broadway Theatre
(Oct 16, 1983 - Sep 02, 1984)

Setting
Piraeus; a Crete village; Hortense's Inn and garden; The Widow's house; the church square; the mine entrance.

Based on the novel by Nikos Kazantzakis; Book by Joseph Stein; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Music by John Kander; Musical Director: Randolph Mauldin; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Dance arrangements by Thomas Fay
Directed by Michael Cacoyannis; Choreographed by Graciela Daniele; Additional choreography by Theodore Pappas
Scenic Design by David Chapman; Costume Design by Hal George; Lighting Design by Marc B. Weiss; Sound Design by T. Richard Fitzgerald; Hair Design by Steve Atha; Make-Up Design by Steve Atha; Assistant Lighting Design: Susan A. White
General Manager: National Artists Management Company; Company Manager: Robert H. Wallner; Assistant Co. Mgr: Kathryn Frawley
Production Stage Manager: Peter Lawrence; Stage Manager: Jim Woolley; Assistant Stage Mgr: James Lockhart
Musical Supervisor: Paul Gemignani; Music Contractor: John Monaco; Assistant Conductor: Antony Geralis; Music Preparation Supervisor: Victor Jaroway and Mathilde Pincus; On Stage Bouzouki: Foti Gonis; Dumbeg: Eddie Kochak; Bouzouki: Angelo Saridis; Accordion: Charles Sauss; Percussion: David Tancredi
Assistant to Miss Daniele: Tina Paul; Casting: Howard Feuer and Jeremy Ritzer; General Press Representative: Fred Nathan & Associates; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates; Dance Captain: Jim Litten; Photographer: Martha Swope
Madame Hortense
Vassilakas
 
Crow
Manolakas
Konstandi
 
Turkish Dancer
 
Russian Admiral
 
Crow
Anagnosti
 
Cafe Whore
Mavrodani
Katapolis
 
Monk
Constable
Marinakos
 
Monk
Marsalias
 
Monk
The Widow
Thanassai
 
French Admiral
 
Monk
 
Crow
 
Italian Admiral
The Woman
Priest
 
English Admiral
Katina
 
Crow
Standby: Chip Cornelius (Manolakas), Suzanne Costallos (Madame Hortense), Michael Dantuono (Nikos), Angelina Fiordellisi (The Woman), Charles Karel (Zorba), James Lockhart (Zorba, Mavrodani), John Mineo (Mimiko) and Susan Terry (The Widow)

Broadway Theatre (Oct 16, 1983 - Sep 02, 1984)

Musical Director: Antony Geralis
Company Manager: Rheba Flegelman
Production Stage Manager: Steven Zweigbaum; Stage Manager: Arturo E. Porazzi
Assistant Conductor: Al Cavaliere
Dance Captain: John Mineo; Advertising: The Manhattan Group

Cast

Vivian Blaine
During Lila Kedrova's vacation
Madame Hortense
Jan 10, 1984 - Jan 30, 1984
Thanassai
 
French Admiral
 
Monk
Marsalias
 
Monk
Anagnosti
Anagnosti
 
Crow
Standby: Cynthia Sophiea (The Woman)
music by John Kander; lyrics by Fred Ebb
Act 1
Sung By
Life Is
The Woman and Company
The First Time
Zorba
The Top of the Hill
The Woman and Company
No Boom Boom
Madame Hortense, Admirals, Zorba and Nikos
Vive La Difference
Admirals
Mine Song
Company
The Butterfly
The Widow, Nikos and The Woman
Goodbye, Canavaro
Madame Hortense, Zorba and Nikos
Grandpapa
Zorba, The Woman and Company
Only Love
Madame Hortense
The Bend of the Road
The Woman
Only Love (Reprise)
The Woman
Act 2
Sung By
Yassou
Company
Woman
Zorba
Why Can't I Speak/That's a Beginning
The Widow, Nikos and The Woman
Easter Dance
Company
Miner's Dance
The Men
The Crow
The Woman, Crows and Monks
Happy Birthday
Madame Hortense
I Am Free
Zorba

Tony Award®

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

1984 Winner
Lila Kedrova

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical

1984 Winner
Lila Kedrova

Theatre World

Award

1984 Recipient
Robert Westenberg
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