Opening Date

Sep 14, 1973

Closing Date

Mar 10, 1974

MusicalComedyRevivalNational Tour

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.
Setting
1925. The home of James Smith, New York City. The garden and living room of Chickadee Cottage, Atlantic City.

Produced by Pyxidium, Ltd.
Originally Staged by Burt Shevelove; Dance and Musical Numbers Originally Staged by Donald Saddler
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel; Music by Vincent Youmans; Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach; Book adapted by Burt Shevelove; Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis; Dance music arranged by Luther Henderson; Incidental music by Luther Henderson; Musical Director: Jack Holmes
Directed by Michael Turque; Staged by Bob Becker
Scenic Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Costume Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Lighting Design by Charles Bugbee; Sound Design by Jack Shearing; Coiffures by The Crimpers
Company Manager: Horace Wright
Conducted by Robert Billing; Assistant Conductor: Jim Stenborg
Tour Supervised by Theatre Now, Inc.; Press Representative: Merle Debuskey and Robert W. Larkin
Lucille Early
Billy's Wife
Jimmy Smith
Pauline
Cook at the Smiths'
Sue Smith
Jimmy's Wife
Billy Early
a Lawyer
Winnie Winslow
from Washington
Betty Brown
from Boston
Tom Trainor
Lucille's Nephew
Flora Latham
from 'Frisco
Nanette
a Protégée of Sue
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Nanette's Friend
Understudies: Douglas Allen (Tom Trainor), Cheryl Armstrong (Sue Smith), Sharon Bruce (Lucille Early), Marily Firment (Nanette), Silvia Hahn (Flora Latham), Tom Miller (Jimmy Smith), Diane Nicole (Pauline), Ronald Stafford (Billy Early), Diana Jeanne Walke (Winnie Winslow) and Wendy Worth (Betty Brown)
music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach
Act 1
Sung By
Too Many Rings Around Rosie
Lucille Early, Boys and Girls
I've Confessed to the Breeze
Nanette and Tom Trainor
Call of the Sea
Billy Early and Girls
I Want to Be Happy
Jimmy Smith, Nanette, Sue Smith, Boys and Girls
No, No, Nanette
Nanette and Tom Trainor
Finaletto Act 1
Nanette, Boys and Girls
Act 2
Sung By
Peach on the Beach
Nanette, Boys and Girls
Tea for Two
Nanette, Tom Trainor, Boys and Girls
You Can Dance With Any Girl
Lucille and Billy Early
Finaletto Act 2
Entire Company
Act 3
Sung By
Telephone Girlie
Billy Early, Betty Brown, Flora Latham and Winnie Winslow
Where-Has-My-Hubby-Gone Blues
Lucille and Boys
Waiting for You
Nanette and Tom Trainor
Take a Little One-Step
Sue Smith, Billy Early, Lucille Early, Pauline, Boys and Girls
Finale
Entire Company
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Engagement Dates

Theatre

City and State

Mar 10, 1974 - Mar 10, 1974
Appleton, WI
Feb 25, 1974 - Feb 26, 1974
Davenport, IA
Feb 21, 1974 - Feb 21, 1974
Dayton, OH
Feb 07, 1974 - Feb 09, 1974
St. Petersburg, FL
Feb 04, 1974 - Feb 05, 1974
Orlando, FL
Feb 02, 1974 - Feb 02, 1974
West Palm Beach, FL
Jan 31, 1974 - Jan 31, 1974
Fort Myers, FL
Jan 29, 1974 - Jan 30, 1974
Sarasota, FL
Jan 22, 1974 - Jan 22, 1974
Greensboro, NC
Dec 08, 1973 - Dec 09, 1973
Charleston, WV
Nov 29, 1973 - Nov 29, 1973
Pensacola, FL
Nov 27, 1973 - Nov 27, 1973
Lafayette, LA
Nov 26, 1973 - Nov 26, 1973
Jackson, MS
Nov 14, 1973 - Nov 14, 1973
Albuquerque, NM
Nov 08, 1973 - Nov 08, 1973
Lincoln, NE
Nov 07, 1973 - Nov 07, 1973
Omaha, NE
Oct 21, 1973 - Oct 21, 1973
Bloomington, IL
Oct 19, 1973 - Oct 20, 1973
South Bend, IN
Oct 17, 1973 - Oct 18, 1973
East Lansing, MI
Oct 14, 1973 - Oct 14, 1973
Madison, WI
Oct 12, 1973 - Oct 12, 1973
West Lafayette, IN
Oct 08, 1973 - Oct 09, 1973
Bloomington, IN
Oct 05, 1973 - Oct 06, 1973
Hershey, PA
Oct 03, 1973 - Oct 03, 1973
Allentown, PA
Oct 01, 1973 - Oct 01, 1973
Burlington, VT
Sep 24, 1973 - Sep 24, 1973
Schenectady, NY
Sep 21, 1973 - Sep 23, 1973
Rochester, NY
Sep 18, 1973 - Sep 18, 1973
Wilmington, DE
Sep 14, 1973 - Sep 16, 1973
Scranton, PA