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Seven Brides for Seven Brothers   Tour  

 
Opening Date: December 21, 1981    
Closing Date: June 19, 1982

Category: Musical, Original, National Tour
Setting: The Pacific Northwest in the 1850s.
Comments: This touring production came to Broadway, opening on July 8, 1982 at the Alvin Theatre.



Production Staff
Produced by Kaslan Productions, Inc.; Associate Producer: Martin Gould and Bernard Hodes
Book by Lawrence Kasha and David Landay; Music by Gene de Paul; Lyrics by Johnny Mercer; New Songs by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn; Based on the MGM Film and "The Sobbin' Women" by Stephen Vincent Benet; Music orchestrated by Irwin Kostal; Dance arrangements by Robert Webb; Musical Director: Richard Parrinello
Directed by Lawrence Kasha; Choreography and Musical Staging by Jerry Jackson
Scenic Design by Robert Randolph; Costume Design by Robert Fletcher; Lighting Design by Robert Randolph; Sound Design by Abe Jacob; Hair Design by Juan Rodriguez and Rick Burns
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss Associates, Inc., Gary Gunas, Eric Angelson and Steven C. Callahan; Company Manager: Drew Murphy
Production Stage Manager: Larry Dean; Stage Manager: Polly Wood and Jack Ritschel
Assistant Conductor: Jerry Sternbach
Press Representative: David Powers and Barbara Carroll
Cast
Debby Boone
Milly
David-James Carroll
Adam
Nancy Fox
Alice
Craig Peralta
Gideon
Jeanne Bates
Mrs. McClane
Preacher's Wife
Townsperson
Jeff Calhoun
Daniel
Cheryl Crandall
Townsperson
Fred Curt
Mr. Bixby
Townsperson
D. Scot Davidge
Benjamin
Gino Gaudio
Mr. Perkins
Townsperson
Russell Giesenschlag
Jeb
Townsperson
James Horvath
Luke
Townsperson
Linda Hoxit
Sarah
Marylou Hume
Townsperson
Manette LaChance
Dorcas
Gary Moss
Matt
Townsperson
Jan Mussetter
Liza
Sha Newman
Ruth
David Pavlosky
Townsperson
Michael Ragan
Frank
Jeffrey Reynolds
Ephraim
Jack Ritschel
Preacher
Townsperson
Conley Schnaterbeck
Townsperson
Sam Singhaus
Townsperson
Katherine Somers
Mrs. Perkins
Townsperson
Don Steffy
Carl
Townsperson
Clark Sterling
Joel
Townsperson
Stephanie Stromer
Townsperson
Lara Teeter
Caleb
Laurel van der Linde
Martha
Kurtis Woodruff
Zeke
Townsperson
Swings: Sam Singhaus and Stephanie Stromer
Understudies: Jeanne Bates (Mrs. Perkins), Cheryl Crandall (Milly), Fred Curt (Preacher), Gino Gaudio (Adam), Russell Giesenschlag (Gideon), James Horvath (Caleb), Marylou Hume (Bride), Gary Moss (Daniel), David Pavlosky (Suitor), Jack Ritschel (Mr. Bixby, Mr. Perkins), Conley Schnaterbeck (Suitor), Sam Singhaus (Suitor), Katherine Somers (Bride, Mrs. McClane), Don Steffy (Benjamin), Clark Sterling (Ephraim), Stephanie Stromer (Bride) and Kurtis Woodruff (Frank)
music by Gene de Paul; lyrics by Johnny Mercer
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Get a Wife
Bless Your Beautiful Bride
Wonderful, Wonderful Day Milly and Brides
I Married Seven Brothers
Goin' Courting Milly and Brothers
Social Dance Milly, Adam, Brides, Brothers, Sutiors and Townspeople
Love Never Goes Away
(music by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha; lyrics by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha)
Adam, Milly and Gideon
Sobbin' Women Adam and Brothers
ACT 2 Sung By
A Woman Ought to Know Her Place
(music by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha; lyrics by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha)
Adam
We Gotta Make It Through the Winter
(music by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha; lyrics by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha)
Brothers
It's Up to Us
Spring Dance
(music by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha; lyrics by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha)
Brides and Brothers
Glad That You Were Born
(music by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha; lyrics by Joel Hirschhorn and Al Kasha)
Milly, Brides and Brothers
Wedding Dance Milly, Adam, Brides, Brothers and Townspeople
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
May 4, 1982 - Jun 19, 1982 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion Los Angeles, CA
Apr 15, 1982 - May 1, 1982 Orpheum Theatre - San Francisco San Francisco, CA
Mar 3, 1982 - Apr 11, 1982 Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
Feb 4, 1982 - Feb 28, 1982 Arie Crown Theater Chicago, IL
Jan 6, 1982 - Jan 31, 1982 5th Avenue Theatre Seattle, WA
Dec 21, 1981 - Jan 2, 1982 Copley San Diego, CA