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Footloose   Tour  

Opening Date: December 15, 1998    
Closing Date: January 30, 2000

Category: Musical, Original, National Tour
Setting: Somewhere in the heartland of America in the recent past.

Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Dodger Endemol Theatricals; Associate Producer: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Joop Van Den Ende and PACE Theatrical Group, Inc.; Developed and produced in association with Radio City Entertainment; Presented through special arrangement with The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization
Stage Adaptation by Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie; Music by Tom Snow; Lyrics by Dean Pitchford; Based on the Original Screenplay by Dean Pitchford; Including songs by Eric Carmen, Sammy Hagar, Kenny Loggins and Jim Steinman; Including songs with lyrics by Kenny Loggins; Music orchestrated by Danny Troob; Associate Orchestrator: Brian Besterman; Vocal arrangements by Doug Katsaros; Dance arrangements by Joe Baker; Musical Director: Peter Valentine
Directed by Walter Bobbie; Choreographed by A.C. Ciulla
Scenic Design by John Lee Beatty; Costume Design by Toni-Leslie James; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Sound Design by Tony Meola; Hair Design by Ross Ringo; Associate Scenic Design: Eric Renschler; Associate Costume Design: Veronica Worts; Associate Lighting Design: Jon Kusner
Executive Producer: Dodger Management Group (Sally Campbell Morse, Robert C. Strickstein) and Tim Hawkins; Company Manager: Jeff Dyksterhouse
Production Supervisor: Steven Beckler; Technical Supervisor: Aurora Productions; Production Stage Manager: Bryan Young; Stage Manager: Jill B. Gounder
Musical Supervisor: Doug Katsaros; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Peter Valentine; Associate Conductor: Jodie Moore; Guitars: Chris Delis and Neal Johnson; Drums: Bobby Economou; Bass: Cary Potts; Keyboards: Peter Valentine and Jodie Moore; Reeds: Paul McGinley; Violin: James Nolet; Cello: Ann Kim; Percussion: James Theobald; Music Preparation: Miller Music Services; Synthesizer Programmer: Joseph Baker
Casting: Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; Marketing and Press Representative: Catherine Major; Exclusive Tour Direction: Dodger Touring Ltd.; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Broadway Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Dance Captain: Paige Harman
Daren Kelly
Reverend Shaw Moore
Joe Machota
Ren McCormack
Mary Gordon Murray
Vi Moore
Niki Scalera
Ariel Moore
Richard H. Blake
Chuck Cranston
Robert Boles
Coach Dunbar
Christian Borle
Willard Hewitt
Ted Bouton
Principal Clark
David Patrick Ford
Katie Harvey
Wendy Jo
Tina Johnson
Lulu Warnicker
Steve Luker
Wes Warnicker
Country Fiddler
Andrea McCormick
Jessica Sheridan
Eleanor Dunbar
Betty Blast
Stephanie St. James
Marsha Waterbury
Ethel McCormack
Andrew A. Wright
Ben Cameron
Jason DeRoest
Teri DiGainfelice
Lori Ann Ferreri
Daniel Frank Kelley
Michelle Kittrell
Lance Olds
Kudra Owens
Nathan Peck
Timothy Quinlan
Cowboy Bob
Lorraine Simone
Karl Wahl
Swings: Meredith Akins, Jason Robert Dalton, Juliet Ewing, Paige Harman, Ray Luetters and Jason Snow
Understudies: Meredith Akins (Wendy Jo), Robert Boles (Reverend Shaw Moore), Juliet Ewing (Betty Blast, Eleanor Dunbar, Ethel McCormack, Irene, Lulu Warnicker, Vi Moore), Lori Ann Ferreri (Urleen), Paige Harman (Betty Blast, Eleanor Dunbar), Tina Johnson (Vi Moore), Michelle Kittrell (Ariel Moore, Rusty, Urleen), Ray Luetters (Coach Dunbar, Country Fiddler, Principal Clark, Reverend Shaw Moore, Wes Warnicker), Andrea McCormick (Ariel Moore), Lance Olds (Willard Hewitt, Willard Hewitt), Kudra Owens (Rusty, Wendy Jo), Nathan Peck (Garvin), Timothy Quinlan (Chuck Cranston, Ren McCormack), Jessica Sheridan (Ethel McCormack, Irene, Lulu Warnicker), Jason Snow (Garvin, Jeter) and Andrew A. Wright (Bickle, Cop, Cowboy Bob, Jeter, Willard Hewitt)
music by Tom Snow; lyrics by Dean Pitchford
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
(music by Kenny Loggins; lyrics by Dean Pitchford and Kenny Loggins)
Ren McCormack and Company
On Any Sunday Reverend Shaw Moore and Company
The Girl Gets Around
(music by Sammy Hagar)
Chuck Cranston, Ariel Moore, Travis and Lyle
I Can't Stand Still Ren McCormack
Somebody's Eyes Rusty, Wendy Jo, Urleen and Company
Learning to Be Silent Vi Moore and Ethel McCormack
Holding Out for a Hero
(music by Jim Steinman)
Ariel Moore, Rusty, Wendy Jo and Urleen
Somebody's Eyes (Reprise) Rusty, Wendy Jo and Urleen
Heaven Help Me Reverend Shaw Moore
I'm Free
(music by Kenny Loggins)
Ren McCormack, Reverend Shaw Moore and Company
Heaven Help Me (Reprise) Ren McCormack, Reverend Shaw Moore and Company
On Any Sunday (Reprise) Ren McCormack, Reverend Shaw Moore and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Let's Make Believe We're in Love Irene and The Country Kickers
Let's Hear It for the Boy Rusty and Company
Can You Find It in Your Heart? Vi Moore
Mama Says Willard Hewitt, Jeter, Bickle and Garvin
Almost Paradise
(music by Eric Carmen)
Ren McCormack and Ariel Moore
Dancing Is Not a Crime Ren McCormack and Boys
I Confess Reverend Shaw Moore
On Any Sunday (Reprise) Company
Can You Find It in Your Heart? (Reprise) Reverend Shaw Moore
Footloose (Reprise)
(music by Kenny Loggins; lyrics by Dean Pitchford and Kenny Loggins)
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
Jan 18, 2000 - Jan 30, 2000 Shubert Theatre (IL) Chicago, IL
Jan 11, 2000 - Jan 16, 2000 Des Moines Civic Center Des Moines, IA
Jan 4, 2000 - Jan 9, 2000 Hershey Theatre Hershey, PA
Dec 14, 1999 - Jan 2, 2000 Colonial Theatre Boston, MA
Nov 30, 1999 - Dec 12, 1999 Shubert Performing Arts Center New Haven, CT
Nov 16, 1999 - Nov 21, 1999 Wharton Center for the Performing Arts East Lansing, MI
Oct 25, 1999 - Nov 14, 1999 Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
Oct 19, 1999 - Oct 24, 1999 DeVos Hall Grand Rapids, MI
Oct 12, 1999 - Oct 17, 1999 Providence Performing Arts Center Providence, RI
Oct 5, 1999 - Oct 10, 1999 Merriam Theater Philadelphia, PA
Sep 28, 1999 - Oct 3, 1999 Uihlein Hall At Marcus Center Milwaukee, WI
Sep 21, 1999 - Sep 26, 1999 Murat Centre Indianapolis, IN
Sep 14, 1999 - Sep 19, 1999 Saenger Theatre (LA) New Orleans, LA
Aug 24, 1999 - Sep 5, 1999 Pantages Theatre - Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
Aug 17, 1999 - Aug 22, 1999 Segerstrom Center for the Arts Costa Mesa, CA
Jul 21, 1999 - Aug 15, 1999 5th Avenue Theatre Seattle, WA
Jul 13, 1999 - Jul 18, 1999 San Diego Civic Theatre San Diego, CA
Jul 6, 1999 - Jul 11, 1999 ASU Gammage Tempe, AZ
Jun 22, 1999 - Jul 4, 1999 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Jun 8, 1999 - Jun 20, 1999 Buell Theatre Denver, CO
Jun 1, 1999 - Jun 6, 1999 Orpheum Theatre - Minneapolis Minneapolis, MN
May 25, 1999 - May 30, 1999 Fox Theatre - St. Louis St. Louis, MO
May 18, 1999 - May 23, 1999 Majestic Theatre - San Antonio San Antonio, TX
May 11, 1999 - May 16, 1999 Jones Hall For The Performing Arts Houston, TX
May 4, 1999 - May 9, 1999 Andrew Jackson Hall At Tennessee Performing Arts Center Nashville, TN
Apr 27, 1999 - May 2, 1999 David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Tampa, FL
Apr 20, 1999 - Apr 25, 1999 Jackie Gleason Theater Of Performing Arts Miami, FL
Apr 7, 1999 - Apr 18, 1999 Broward Center For The Performing Arts Fort Lauderdale, FL
Mar 30, 1999 - Apr 4, 1999 Chapman Music Hall At Tulsa Performing Arts Center Tulsa, OK
Mar 23, 1999 - Mar 28, 1999 Kentucky Center For The Performing Arts Louisville, KY
Mar 16, 1999 - Mar 21, 1999 Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA
Mar 9, 1999 - Mar 14, 1999 Ovens Auditorium Charlotte, NC
Mar 2, 1999 - Mar 7, 1999 Orpheum Theatre - Memphis Memphis, TN
Feb 23, 1999 - Feb 28, 1999 Morris A. Mechanic Theatre Baltimore, MD
Feb 9, 1999 - Feb 14, 1999 Bushnell Hartford, CT
Feb 2, 1999 - Feb 7, 1999 Ohio Theatre Columbus, OH
Jan 26, 1999 - Jan 31, 1999 Benedum Center Pittsburgh, PA
Jan 12, 1999 - Jan 24, 1999 Aronoff Center For The Arts: Procter & Gamble Hall Cincinnati, OH
Jan 5, 1999 - Jan 10, 1999 Weidner Center For The Performing Arts Green Bay, WI
Dec 15, 1998 - Jan 3, 1999 Allen Theatre Cleveland, OH