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42nd Street   Tour   The Song and Dance Fable of Broadway

 
Opening Date: February 3, 1984    
Closing Date: December 2, 1984

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; Originally choreographed by Gower Champion
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble; Music by Harry Warren; Lyrics by Al Dubin; 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 and Mort Dixon; Musical Director: Jim Coleman
Directed by Lucia Victor; 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 Design by Jan Nebozenko; Hair Styles by Anne Sampogna
General Manager: Leo K. Cohen; Company Manager: John Corkill
Production Stage Manager: George Martin; Stage Manager: John Grigas
Orchestra Contractor: Stan Fischelson; Music Preparation Supervisor: Thomas P. Brown and Wedo Marasco
Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; General Press Representative: Solters / Roskin / Friedman, Inc.; Casting: Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; Dance Captain: Jon Engstrom
Cast
Jon Cypher
Julian Marsh
Millicent Martin
Dorothy Brock
Lonnie Burr
Mac
Thug
Doctor
Carole Cook
Maggie Jones
James Dybas
Andy Lee
Gary Holcombe
Pat Denning
Lee Roy Reams
Billy Lawlor
Rose Scudder
Annie
Matthew Tobin
Bert Barry
Nana Visitor
Peggy Sawyer
Iggie Wolfington
Abner Dillon
Charles E. Baker
Ensemble
Alan Bardsley
Thug
Ensemble
Cheryl Baxter
Ensemble
John Bazzell
Ensemble
Steve Belin
Ensemble
Marcella Betz
Ensemble
Nancy Bickel
Phyllis
Ensemble
Jim Carey
Ensemble
Karen Chase
Ensemble
Sterling Clark
Ensemble
Keith Clifton
Ensemble
Janie Dale
Ensemble
Dennis Daniels
Ensemble
Teri De Ontine
Ensemble
Margie Denecke
Ensemble
Kathy Donavan
Ensemble
Keith Ellinger
Ensemble
Lloyd Gordon
Ensemble
Bob Gorman
Oscar
Jill B. Gounder
Ensemble
Kenneth Jezek
Ensemble
Victoria Kent
Ensemble
Paul Latchaw
Ensemble
Terry Mason
Ensemble
Mark McGee
Ensemble
Denise McKenna
Ensemble
Dawn Merrick
Ensemble
Kim Meyer
Ensemble
Julie O'Connell
Ensemble
Anne Marie Roller
Ensemble
Debra Seitz
Ensemble
Marla Singer
Lorraine
Ensemble
Pam Souders
Ensemble
Julie Tea
Ensemble
Truett Wright
Ensemble
Cathy Wydner
Ensemble
Norine Xavier
Ensemble
Standby: Joy Claussen (Dorothy Brock, Maggie Jones)
Understudies: Alan Bardsley (Mac), Steve Belin (Andy Lee), Lonnie Burr (Abner Dillon, Pat Denning), Karen Chase (Annie), April Clawson (Ensemble, Lorraine, Phyllis), Keith Ellinger (Billy Lawlor), Jon Engstrom (Ensemble), Dan Glosser (Oscar), Gary Holcombe (Julian Marsh), Paul Latchaw (Bert Barry, Pat Denning), Terry Mason (Dorothy Brock), Donalin Patton (Ensemble), Elaine Pepparde (Ensemble), Pamela Prescott (Ensemble), Rose Scudder (Maggie Jones), Luke Stallings (Ensemble) and Cathy Wydner (Peggy Sawyer)
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
Feb 3, 1984 - Dec 2, 1984 Shubert Theatre Los Angeles, CA