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Opening Date: September 10, 1991    
Closing Date: September 12, 1992

Category: Musical, Original, National Tour



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Tom Mallow, ATP/Dodger and PTG-Florida, Inc.; Produced by arrangement with Paul Elliott, Laurie Mansfield, Greg Smith and David Mirvish
Book by Alan Janes; Music by Buddy Holly; Lyrics by Buddy Holly; Additional text by Rob Bettinson; All jingles composed by Paul Jury; Musical Consultant: Michael Rafter; Musical Director: Paul Jury
Directed by Rob Bettinson; Based on an original idea by Laurie Mansfield; Assistant Director: Steven Bloom
Scenic Design by Andy Walmsley; Costume Design by Bill Butler; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Tour Sound by John Kilgore; Original Sound by Rick Price; Tour Design by Michael Hotopp; Hair Design by Brent Dillon
Executive Producer: George MacPherson
Production Stage Manager: Allen McMullen
Casting: Stuart Howard and Amy Schecter; Tour Direction by ATP/Dodger
Cast
Cheryl Allison
Shirley
Jingle Singer
A Snowbird
Philip Anthony
Ritchie Valens
Engineer (KDAV)
DJ (WWOL)
Alex Bourne
Buddy Holly
Alternate
Decca Session Musician
Fourth Cricket
Tommy
Jo Lynn Burks
Vi Petty
A Snowbird
Thom Culcasi
Murray Deutch
Decca Engineer
Joe Warren Davis
Buddy Holly
Todd Eastland
A Hayrider
Decca Session Musician
A Belmont
Monti Louis Ellison
DJ (WDAS)
Musician at Apollo
Tony Gilbert
Hipockets Duncan
Anastasia Glasheen
Peggy Sue
Mary Lou Sokoloff
Jingle Singer
A Snowbird
Colin Gray
Jerry Allison
Robin Haynes
Norman Petty
Vanessa A. Jones
Apollo Singer
Jingle Singer, WWOL
Ramona Keller
Apollo Singer
Jingle Singer, WWOL
Bobby Prochaska
Joe B. Mauldin
Brian Ruf
The Big Bopper
A Hayrider
Decca Producer
DJ (WCLS)
Gayton Scott
Maria Elena's Aunt
Jingle Singer
A Snowbird
Horace Scott
Performer at Apollo
Musician at Apollo
Kim Story
Clearlake MC
A Hayrider
Decca Session Musician
DJ (KPST)
DJ at Apollo
Lauree Taradash
Maria Elena
A Snowbird
Brian Tiernan
A Hayrider
Decca Session Musician
A Belmont
Joe B. Mauldin
Fredi Walker
Apollo Singer
Jingle Singer, WWOL
Billy Ward
English DJ
Jack Daw
Dion
A Hayrider
Decca Session Musician
Swing: John Simonson
Understudies: Cheryl Allison (Mary Lou Sokoloff, Vi Petty), Thom Culcasi (Clearlake MC, The Big Bopper), Todd Eastland (Jerry Allison), Anastasia Glasheen (Maria Elena, Maria Elena's Aunt), John Simonson (Fourth Cricket) and Billy Ward (Hipockets Duncan, Norman Petty, Ritchie Valens)
music by Buddy Holly; lyrics by Buddy Holly
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1
Texas Rose
(music by Paul Jury; lyrics by Paul Jury)
Flower of My Heart
(music by Paul Jury; lyrics by Paul Jury)
Ready Teddy
(music by Robert Blackwell and John Marascolo; lyrics by Robert Blackwell and John Marascolo)
That's All Right
(music by Arthur Crudup; lyrics by Arthur Crudup)
That'll Be the Day
(music by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
(I'm) Looking for Someone to Love
(music by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
Mailman Bring Me No More Blues
(music by Ruth Roberts; lyrics by Ruth Roberts)
Maybe Baby
(music by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
Everyday
(music by Charles Hardin Holley and Norman Petty; lyrics by Charles Hardin Holley and Norman Petty)
Sweet Love
(music by Caren Cole and Paul Jury; lyrics by Caren Cole and Paul Jury)
Not Fade Away
(music by Charles Hardin Holley and Norman Petty; lyrics by Charles Hardin Holley and Norman Petty)
Peggy Sue
(music by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
Words of Love
Oh Boy
(music by Norman Petty and Bill Tilghman; lyrics by Norman Petty and Bill Tilghman)
ACT 2
Listen to Me
(music by Charles Hardin Holley and Norman Petty; lyrics by Charles Hardin Holley and Norman Petty)
Well All Right
(music by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Joe Maudlin and Norman Petty; lyrics by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Joe Maudlin and Norman Petty)
It's So Easy to Fall in Love
(music by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
Think it Over
(music by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
True Love Ways
(music by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
Why Do Fools Fall in Love
(music by Morris Levy and Frankie Lymon; lyrics by Morris Levy and Frankie Lymon)
Chantilly Lace
Maybe Baby
(music by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty; lyrics by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty)
Peggy Sue Got Married
Heartbeat
(music by Bob Montgomery and Norman Petty; lyrics by Bob Montgomery and Norman Petty)
La Bamba (Adapted by Richie Valens)
Raining in My Heart
(music by Felice Bryant and Boudleaux Bryant; lyrics by Felice Bryant and Boudleaux Bryant)
It Doesn't Matter Anymore
(music by Paul Anka; lyrics by Paul Anka)
Rave On
(music by Norman Petty and Bill Tilghman; lyrics by Norman Petty and Bill Tilghman)
Johnny B. Goode
(music by Chuck Berry; lyrics by Chuck Berry)
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May 12, 1992 - Jun 14, 1992 Opera House (DC) Washington, DC
Apr 28, 1992 - May 10, 1992 Colonial Theatre Boston, MA
Apr 21, 1992 - Apr 26, 1992 Shubert Performing Arts Center New Haven, CT
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Apr 2, 1992 - Apr 5, 1992 Orpheum Theatre - Memphis Memphis, TN
Apr 1, 1992 - Apr 1, 1992 Indiana University Auditorium Bloomington, IN
Mar 31, 1992 - Mar 31, 1992 Braden Auditorium Normal, IL
Mar 17, 1992 - Mar 22, 1992 Segerstrom Center for the Arts Costa Mesa, CA
Mar 14, 1992 - Mar 15, 1992 Centennial Hall Tucson, AZ
Mar 10, 1992 - Mar 13, 1992 Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Sarasota, FL
Mar 3, 1992 - Mar 8, 1992 Palace Theatre - Columbus Columbus, OH
Feb 25, 1992 - Mar 1, 1992 Wright Center Birmingham, AL
Feb 18, 1992 - Feb 23, 1992 Tennessee Performing Arts Center Nashville, TN
Feb 11, 1992 - Feb 16, 1992 Jones Hall For The Performing Arts Houston, TX
Jan 28, 1992 - Feb 2, 1992 Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA
Jan 23, 1992 - Jan 26, 1992 Jacksonville Civic Auditorium Jacksonville, FL
Jan 9, 1992 - Jan 22, 1992 Broward Center For The Performing Arts Fort Lauderdale, FL
Jan 8, 1992 - Jan 8, 1992 Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall Fort Myers, FL
Jan 7, 1992 - Jan 7, 1992 Maxwell C. King Center For The Performing Arts Melbourne, FL
Dec 10, 1991 - Jan 5, 1992 Morris A. Mechanic Theatre Baltimore, MD
Nov 26, 1991 - Dec 1, 1991 Benedum Center Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 22, 1991 - Nov 24, 1991 Morris Performing Arts Center South Bend, IN
Nov 19, 1991 - Nov 21, 1991 Wharton Center for the Performing Arts East Lansing, MI
Nov 12, 1991 - Nov 17, 1991 David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Tampa, FL
Nov 8, 1991 - Nov 10, 1991 Hershey Theatre Hershey, PA
Nov 5, 1991 - Nov 7, 1991 Von Braun Center Huntsville, AL
Nov 2, 1991 - Nov 2, 1991 Civic Auditorium Lubbock, TX
Oct 29, 1991 - Nov 1, 1991 Bass Concert Hall at University of Texas at Austin Performing Arts Center Austin, TX
Oct 22, 1991 - Oct 27, 1991 Fox Theatre - St. Louis St. Louis, MO
Oct 1, 1991 - Oct 20, 1991 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Sep 27, 1991 - Sep 29, 1991 Hancher Auditorium Iowa City, IA
Sep 17, 1991 - Sep 24, 1991 Connor Palace Cleveland, OH
Sep 10, 1991 - Sep 15, 1991 Bushnell Hartford, CT