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42nd Street   Tour   The Song and Dance Fable of Broadway

 
Opening Date: February 19, 1985    
Closing Date: January 26, 1986

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, National Tour
Setting: 1933. New York City and Philadelphia.



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by David Merrick
Originally directed by Gower Champion
Music by Harry Warren; Lyrics by Al Dubin; Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble; Based on the novel by Bradford Ropes; Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang; Vocal arrangements by John Lesko; Dance arrangements by Donald Johnston; Other lyrics by Johnny Mercer; Additional lyrics by Mort Dixon; Musical Director: Jack Gaughan
Directed by Lucia Victor; Choreography by Gower Champion; Choreography reproduced by Karin Baker and Randy Skinner
Scenic Design by Robin Wagner; Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser; Sound by Jan Nebozenko; Hair Styles by Russell Smith
General Manager: Leo K. Cohen; Company Manager: John Corkill
Production Stage Manager: George Martin; Stage Manager: John Grigas
Music Preparation Supervisors: Thomas P. Brown and Wedo Marasco
Casting: Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; Press Representative: Solters / Roskin / Friedman, Inc.; Advertising: Corinthian; Dance Captain: Jon Engstrom
Cast
Elizabeth Allen
Dorothy Brock
Gary Marshal
Julian Marsh
Michael Dantuono
Pat Denning
James Dybas
Andy Lee
Steve Lincoln
Abner Dillon
Bibi Osterwald
Maggie Jones
Ted Pritchard
Bert Barry
Cathy Susan Pyles
Annie
Michael Vita
Doctor
Mac
Thug
Jim Walton
Billy Lawlor
Cathy Wydner
Peggy Sawyer
Charles E. Baker
Ensemble
John Bazzell
Ensemble
Marcella Betz
Ensemble
Nancy Bickel
Phyllis
Ensemble
Jim Carey
Ensemble
Sterling Clark
Ensemble
Candy Cook
Ensemble
Kelly Crafton
Ensemble
Janie Dale
Ensemble
James Darrah
Ensemble
Paul Del Vecchio
Thug
Ensemble
Carla Earle
Ensemble
Lloyd Gordon
Ensemble
Jill B. Gounder
Ensemble
Victoria Kent
Ensemble
Sand Lawn
Oscar
Terry Mason
Ensemble
Susan Banks McGonegle
Ensemble
Lucille Naar
Ensemble
Jeanne O'Connell
Ensemble
Bonnie Patrick
Lorraine
Ensemble
Kay Perry
Ensemble
Anne Marie Roller
Ensemble
Patricia Ruck
Ensemble
Deborah Seitz
Ensemble
William Strickland
Ensemble
Lynn Sullivan
Ensemble
Scott Willis
Ensemble
Standby: Elizabeth French (Dorothy Brock, Maggie Jones)
Understudies: John Bazzell (Andy Lee), Jim Carey (Julian Marsh), Sterling Clark (Billy Lawlor), Michael Dantuono (Julian Marsh), James Darrah (Billy Lawlor), Paul Del Vecchio (Mac), Jon Engstrom (Ensemble), Lloyd Gordon (Bert Barry), Terry Mason (Dorothy Brock, Maggie Jones), Edward Morris (Oscar), Bonnie Patrick (Annie), Donalin Patton (Ensemble, Lorraine, Phyllis), Pamela Prescott (Ensemble), Cathy Susan Pyles (Peggy Sawyer), Patricia Ruck (Peggy Sawyer), Luke Stallings (Ensemble) and Michael Vita (Abner Dillon, Pat Denning)
music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Al Dubin
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Audition Andy Lee and Ensemble
Young and Healthy Billy Lawlor and Peggy Sawyer
Shadow Waltz Maggie Jones, Dorothy Brock and Girls
Shadow Waltz (Reprise) Dorothy Brock
Go Into Your Dance Maggie Jones, Peggy Sawyer, Annie, Andy Lee, Lorraine and Phyllis
You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me Dorothy Brock, Billy Lawlor, Peggy Sawyer and Ensemble
Getting Out of Town
(lyrics by Mort Dixon and Michael Stewart)
Pat Denning, Bert Barry, Maggie Jones, Annie, Dorothy Brock and Ensemble
Dames Billy Lawlor and Ensemble
I Know Now Dorothy Brock
I Know Now (Reprise) Billy Lawlor and Girls
We're in the Money Annie, Peggy Sawyer, Lorraine, Phyllis, Billy Lawlor and Ensemble
Act One Finale Dorothy Brock, Peggy Sawyer and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Sunny Side to Every Situation
(lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Annie and Ensemble
Lullaby of Broadway Julian Marsh and Full Company
About a Quarter to Nine Dorothy Brock and Peggy Sawyer
Pretty Lady Overture Orchestra
Shuffle Off to Buffalo Annie, Bert Barry, Maggie Jones and Girls
42nd Street Peggy Sawyer, Billy Lawlor and Ensemble
42nd Street (Reprise) Julian Marsh
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
Jan 24, 1986 - Jan 26, 1986 Morris Performing Arts Center South Bend, IN
Jan 22, 1986 - Jan 23, 1986 Coronado Performing Arts Center Rockford, IL
Jan 7, 1986 - Jan 12, 1986 Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts Raleigh, NC
Dec 31, 1985 - Jan 5, 1986 Cincinnati Music Hall Cincinnati, OH
Dec 24, 1985 - Dec 29, 1985 Carpenter Theatre Richmond, VA
Dec 17, 1985 - Dec 22, 1985 Hershey Theatre Hershey, PA
Dec 10, 1985 - Dec 15, 1985 Shubert Performing Arts Center New Haven, CT
Nov 29, 1985 - Dec 7, 1985 The Playhouse on Rodney Square Wilmington, DE
Nov 26, 1985 - Nov 28, 1985 Warner Theatre Erie, PA
Nov 19, 1985 - Nov 24, 1985 Proctors Schenectady, NY
Nov 13, 1985 - Nov 17, 1985 Stranahan Theater And Great Hall Toledo, OH
Nov 8, 1985 - Nov 10, 1985 DeVos Hall Grand Rapids, MI
Nov 5, 1985 - Nov 7, 1985 Assembly Hall Champaign, IL
Oct 29, 1985 - Nov 3, 1985 Palace Theatre - Columbus Columbus, OH
Oct 27, 1985 - Oct 27, 1985 James W. Miller Auditorium Kalamazoo, MI
Oct 24, 1985 - Oct 26, 1985 Wharton Center for the Performing Arts East Lansing, MI
Oct 22, 1985 - Oct 23, 1985 E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall Akron, OH
Oct 15, 1985 - Oct 20, 1985 Orpheum Theatre - Memphis Memphis, TN
Sep 24, 1985 - Oct 13, 1985 Music Hall (Houston) Houston, TX
Sep 17, 1985 - Sep 22, 1985 Orpheum Theater - Omaha Omaha, NE
Sep 10, 1985 - Sep 15, 1985 Chapman Music Hall At Tulsa Performing Arts Center Tulsa, OK
Aug 20, 1985 - Sep 8, 1985 Heinz Hall Pittsburgh, PA
Jul 30, 1985 - Aug 11, 1985 Uihlein Hall At Marcus Center Milwaukee, WI
Jul 23, 1985 - Jul 28, 1985 Starlight Theatre (IN) Indianapolis, IN
Feb 19, 1985 - Jul 21, 1985 Golden Gate Theatre San Francisco, CA