Opening Date

May 03, 1973

Closing Date

MusicalComedyDramaRevivalNational Tour

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.
Setting
North of England and London. About 1850.

Produced by Glenn Jordan
Book by Lionel Bart; Music by Lionel Bart; Lyrics by Lionel Bart; Music orchestrated by Eric Rogers; Additional Orchestrations by Jay Blackton; Additional Vocal Arrangements by Daniel Strickland; Additional Production Music by Betty Walberg; Musical Director: Jay Blackton
Directed by Jack Donohue; Musical Staging and Dances by Lee Theodore
Scenic Design by John Bury; Costume Design by Dorothy Jeakins; Lighting Design by John Bury
Press Representative: Hal Wiener and Martin Shwartz; Photographer: Eric Skipsey
Fagin
Nancy
Widow Corney
Bill Sikes
Dr. Grimwig
Oliver Twist
The Artful Dodger
Mr. Bumble
the Beadle
Mr. Brownlow
Mr. Sowerberry
the Undertaker
Townsperson
Townsperson
 
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Knife Grinder
 
Townsperson
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
 
Milkmaid
 
Townsperson
Rose Seller
 
Townsperson
Charlotte Sowerberry
daughter of the Sowerberry's
 
Strawberry Seller
 
Townsperson
Townsperson
Townsperson
 
Townsperson
Townsperson
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Townsperson
Townsperson
Old Sally
a pauper
 
Mrs. Sowerberry
wife of Mr. Sowerberry
Noah Claypool
apprentice of the Sowerberrys
 
Townsperson
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Townsperson
Townsperson
Charley Bates
 
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Townsperson
Mrs. Bedwin
Townsperson
Book Boy
 
Workhouse Boy / Fagin's Gang
Henry
 
Townsperson
Understudies: Russ Beasley (Noah Claypool), Grant Bue (Oliver Twist, The Artful Dodger), Michael Carey (Oliver Twist), Geraldine Decker (Widow Corney), Leslie Easterbrook (Mrs. Sowerberry), Rolly Fanton (Nancy), Marcie Gregg (Annie), John Hyden (Mr. Bumble), Eileen MacMillan (Old Sally, Milkmaid), Earle MacVeigh (Mr. Brownlow, Mr. Sowerberry, Dr. Grimwig), Lou Manor (Henry), David-Robert Moore (Toby), Elaine Pepparde (Charlotte Sowerberry, Bet), Mark Savage (The Artful Dodger), Bruce Tuthill (Bill Sikes) and Ben Wrigley (Fagin)
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Engagement Dates

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City and State

Jul 02, 1973 - Aug 18, 1973
San Francisco, CA
May 03, 1973 - Jun 30, 1973
Los Angeles, CA