Opening Date

Jan 11, 1971

Closing Date

Jun 26, 1971

MusicalOriginalNational Tour

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.
Setting
Maison Chanel, Rue Cambon, Paris - either in the Salon, in the apartment above...or in memory. Late Fall of 1953 to late Spring of 1954.

Produced by Frederick Brisson; Associate Producer: Fred Herbert
Book by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by André Previn; Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music orchestrated by Hershy Kay; Dance Music Continuity by Harold Wheeler; Musical Director: Robert Emmett Dolan
Directed by Michael Benthall; Musical Numbers and Fashion Sequences Staged by Michael Bennett; Associate Choreographer: Bob Avian
Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton; Costume Design by Cecil Beaton; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Hair Design by Joe Tubens
General Manager: Ben Rosenberg; Company Manager: James Awe
Production Supervisor: Stone Widney; Production Stage Manager: Edward Preston; Stage Manager: Michael Sinclair; Assistant Stage Mgr: Mark Krause
Assistant Conductor: George Reiser; Music Copyist: Bob Haring, Jr.
Film Sequences Produced by Milton Olshin; Film Sequences Directed by Fred Lemoine; Press Representative: John L. Toohey and John L. Toohey; Dance Captain: Diane Phillips
Coco Chanel
Louis Greff
Dwight Berkwit
Orbach's
Eugene Bernstone
Saks
Singer
Charles
Duke of Glenallen
Loublaye
 
Singer
Pignol
Grand Duke Alexandrovitch
Dancing Girl
Ronny Ginsborn
Best & Co.
Adrienne
 
Dancing Girl
Dancing Man
Lapidus
 
Singer
Colette
 
Dancing Girl
Jeanine
 
Dancing Girl
Georges
 
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Julian Lesage
Grand Duke's Voice
Dancing Girl
Dancing Man
Sebastian Baye
Nadine
 
Singer
Albert
Julian Lesage
Zizi
Dancing Man
Annette
 
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Solange
 
Singer
Dancing Girl
Docaton
Claire
 
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Claude
Madelaine
 
Dancing Girl
Lucille
 
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Man
Simone
 
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Juliette
 
Dancing Girl
 
Dancing Girl
Noelle
Helene
Dancing Girl
Dancing Man
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dr. Petitjean
Standby: Jeanne Arnold (Coco Chanel)
Understudies: Will B. Able (Sebastian Baye), Ted Agress (Dr. Petitjean), Sean Allan (Charles), Michael Amber (Georges), Rod Barry (Dwight Berkwit), Bill Biskup (Julian Lesage, Claude), Annette Cardona (Simone), Candace Cooke (Noelle), Graziella (Docaton, Nadine), James Oliver (Papa), Joan Shea (Pignol), Danny Villa (Ronny Ginsborn, Eugene Bernstone, Phil Rosenberry, Albert, Grand Duke Alexandrovitch) and Richard Woods (Louis Greff)

Cast

Noelle
music by André Previn; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Act 1
Sung By
But That's the Way You Are
Alex
The World Belongs to the Young
Coco Chanel, Louis Greff, Sebastian Baye, Pignol and Company
Let's Go Home
Georges
Mademoiselle Cliche de Paris
Coco Chanel
On the Corner of the Rue Cambon
Coco Chanel
The Money Rings Out Like Freedom
Coco Chanel and Ensemble
A Brand New Dress
Noelle
A Woman Is How She Loves
Georges
Gabrielle
Papa
Coco
Coco Chanel
The Preparation
Coco Chanel and Company
Act 2
Sung By
Fiasco
Sebastian Baye and Simone
When Your Lover Says Goodbye
Louis Greff
Coco (Reprise)
Coco Chanel
Ohrbach's, Bloomingdale's, Best & Saks
The Buyers
Let's Go Home (Reprise)
Noelle
Ohrbach's, Bloomingdale's, Best & Saks (Reprise)
Coco Chanel and Ensemble
Always Mademoisielle
Coco Chanel and Mannequins
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Engagement Dates

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City and State

Apr 27, 1971 - Jun 26, 1971
Los Angeles, CA
Apr 20, 1971 - Apr 24, 1971
Dallas, TX
Apr 05, 1971 - Apr 17, 1971
St. Louis, MO
Mar 16, 1971 - Apr 03, 1971
Toronto, ON
Mar 16, 1971 - Apr 03, 1971
Toronto, ON
Mar 02, 1971 - Mar 13, 1971
Baltimore, MD
Feb 23, 1971 - Feb 27, 1971
Hartford, CT
Feb 16, 1971 - Feb 21, 1971
Rochester, NY
Jan 26, 1971 - Feb 13, 1971
Chicago, IL
Jan 11, 1971 - Jan 24, 1971
Cleveland, OH