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Damn Yankees   Tour  

 
Opening Date: September 22, 1995    
Closing Date: May 4, 1997

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, National Tour
Setting: Washington, D.C., some time in the future.



Production Staff
Produced by Workin' Man Films, Inc. and PACE Theatrical Group, Inc.
Originally produced by Old Globe Theatre (Jack O'Brien, Artistic Director; Thomas Hall, Managing Director)
Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop; Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross; Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross; Based on the novel 'The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant' by Douglass Wallop; Book revisions by Jack O'Brien; Music orchestrated by Douglas Besterman; Musical continuity and vocal arrangements by James Raitt; Dance arrangements by Tom Fay; Additional dance arrangements by David Krane; Musical Director: Robert Hirschhorn; Associate Musical Dir.: Terry Farrow
Directed by Jack O'Brien; Choreographed by Rob Marshall; Original choreography recreated by Joey Pizzi; Associate Director: Will Roberson; Associate Choreographer: Kathleen Marshall
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by David C. Woolard; Lighting Design by David F. Segal; Sound Design by Jonathan Deans; Hair Design by J. Roy Helland; Make-Up Design by J. Roy Helland; 'Lola' and 'Gloria' wigs by William Graham II
General Manager: Charlotte W. Wilcox
Production Supervisor: Maureen F. Gibson; Technical Supervisor: Steve Cochrane; Assistant Stage Mgr: Rod McCune
Musical Coordinator: William Meade; Musical Supervisor: David Chase; Keyboard #1: Terry Farrow; Keyboard #2: Robert Bray; Drummer: Steve Bartosik; Trumpet #1: Steven Eidern
Casting: Jay Binder; National Press Representative: Peter Cromarty & Company; Marketing Director: Theresa Burton; Exclusive Tour Direction: The Booking Office, Inc.; Dance Captain: Rod McCune
Cast
Jerry Lewis
Applegate
Susan Bigelow
Meg Boyd
Mark Chmiel
Smokey
Voice of TV Sportscaster
David Elder
Joe Hardy
Linda Gabler
Gloria Thorpe
Louis D. Giovannetti
Sohovik
Voice of Narrator
Ned Hannah
Ozzie
Stadium P.A. Announcer
Play-by-Play Announcer
Lo-Tone
Dennis Kelly
Joe Boyd
Jamie Ross
Welch
Amy Ryder
Sister
Joseph R. Sicari
Van Buren
Valerie Wright
Lola
Mel Allen
Stadium Voice
R. Bradley Anderson
Rocky
Lo-Tone
Ricky Armstrong
Vernon
Karen Babcock
Kitty
Hi-Tone
Bill Brassea
Bubba
Bruce Anthony Davis
Henry
Mamie Duncan-Gibbs
Donna
Hi-Tone
Michael Duran
Del
Ad Executive
John-Michael Flate
Mickey
Lo-Tone
Amelia Prentice
Rita
Julie Prosser
Lulu
(Sep 22, 1995 - Mar 24, 1996)
Photographer
(Sep 22, 1995 - Mar 24, 1996)
Jim T. Ruttman
Bomber
Jill Slyter
Betty
Hi-Tone
Swing: Rod McCune
Understudies: R. Bradley Anderson (Joe Hardy), Karen Babcock (Gloria Thorpe, Meg Boyd, Sister), Mamie Duncan-Gibbs (Lola), Michael Duran (Joe Boyd, Van Buren, Welch), John-Michael Flate (Joe Hardy), Amelia Prentice (Meg Boyd, Sister), Julie Prosser (Sister) and Jamie Ross (Applegate, Van Buren)
music by Jerry Ross and Richard Adler; lyrics by Jerry Ross and Richard Adler
ACT 1 Sung By
Six Months Out of Every Year Meg Boyd, Joe Boyd, Sister, Gloria Thorpe, Husbands and Wives
Goodbye, Old Girl Joe Boyd and Joe Hardy
Blooper Ballet The Senators
Heart Van Buren and The Senators
Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo. Gloria Thorpe and The Senators
Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo. (Reprise) Gloria Thorpe, Joe Hardy and Ensemble
A Little Brains, A Little Talent Lola
A Man Doesn't Know Meg Boyd and Joe Hardy
Whatever Lola Wants (Lola Gets) Lola
ACT 2 Sung By
Who's Got the Pain? Lola and the Senators
The Game The Senators
Near To You Meg Boyd, Joe Hardy and Joe Boyd
Those Were the Good Old Days Applegate
Two Lost Souls Lola and Applegate
A Man Doesn't Know (Reprise) Meg Boyd and Joe Boyd
Heart (Reprise) Company
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