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Some Like It Hot   Tour  

 
Opening Date: June 4, 2002    
Closing Date: May 11, 2003

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, National Tour
Setting: Chicago, Miami and in between. 1929.



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Produced by Diane Masters, Jeffrey Spolan, Robert Dragotta, Michael Jenkins, Steven F. Gagnon, Gravity Entertainment and Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc.; Produced in association with MGM On Stage
This production was originally produced at Theatre Under the Stars
Book by Peter Stone; Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Bob Merrill; Based on the Screenplay by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond; Based on a Story by Robert Thoeren; Music orchestrated by Michael Gibson and Philip J. Lang; Musical Director: Lynn Crigler; Dance Music: Mark Hummel
Directed by Dan Siretta; Choreographed by Dan Siretta
Scenic Design by James Leonard Joy; Costume Design by Suzy Benzinger; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Sound Design by Christopher Bond; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence; Associate Costume Design: Patrick Chevillot; Associate Lighting Design: John Demous
General Manager: Richard Martini and Sharon Tinari Pratt; Company Manager: Kurt Stoneking
Production Supervisor: Christopher C. Smith; Production Stage Manager: Christopher "Kit" Bond
Musical Coordinator: John Monaco; Conducted by Lynn Crigler; Associate Conductor: John Mulcahy and Eric Barnes; Drummer: David Tancredi; Trumpet: Joseph Goirdianni; Guitar/Banjo: David Boguslaw
Casting: Stuart Howard, Amy Schecter and Howard Meltzer; National Press Representative: Cromarty and Company and Anita Dloniak & Associates, Inc.; Exclusive Booking Direction: William Morris Agency, Inc.; Advertising: Rave Advertising; Photographer: Carol Rosegg; Dance Captain: Ashlee Fife
Cast
Tony Curtis
Osgood Fielding, III
Jodi Carmeli
Sugar
Timothy Gulan
Jerry
Arthur Hanket
Joe
Lenora Nemetz
Sweet Sue
William Ryall
Spats
Gerry Vichi
Bienstock
Mark Adam
Spats' Thug
Train Conductor
Sarah Anderson
Union Secretary
Mary Lou
Society Syncopater
Jacqueline Bayne
Olga
Society Syncopater
Scott Burell
Spats' Thug
Bobby Clark
Spats' Thug
Tim Falter
Spats' Thug
Newsboy
Ashlee Fife
Society Syncopater
Brenda Hamilton
Society Syncopater
Derek Isetti
Bellboy
Toothpick Charlie's Gang
Pamela Jordan
Society Syncopater
Ryan Migge
Toothpick Charlie's Gang
Elise Molinelli
Delores
Society Syncopater
David Monzione
Toothpick Charlie
Gair Morris
Mechanic
Heather Parcells
Rosella
Society Syncopater
Elizabeth Polito
Society Syncopater
Marisa Rozek
Society Syncopater
Karen Sieber
Society Syncopater
Swings: Shannon Hudson and Todd Bradley Smith
Understudies: Sarah Anderson (Sugar), Jacqueline Bayne (Sugar), Bobby Clark (Spats), Brenda Hamilton (Delores, Mary Lou, Olga, Rosella), Derek Isetti (Joe), Pamela Jordan (Sweet Sue), Gair Morris (Bienstock, Jerry), Heather Parcells (Sweet Sue) and Gerry Vichi (Osgood Fielding, III)
music by Jule Styne; lyrics by Bob Merrill
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
We Play in the Band Sweet Sue and the Girls
Penniless Bums Jerry, Joe and Musicians
Tear The Town Apart Spats and Men
The Beauty That Drives Men Mad Chorus, Jerry and Joe
Runnin' Wild
(music by A. Harrington Gibbs; lyrics by Joel Grey and Leo Wood)
Sugar, Sweet Sue, Joe, Jerry and Girls
We Could Be Close Sugar and Jerry
Sun On My Face Sugar, Sweet Sue, Joe, Jerry, Bienstock and Girls
November Song Osgood Fielding, III and Ensemble
Doin' It for Sugar Joe and Jerry
ACT 2 Sung By
Sun On My Face Girls
Shell Oil/Hey, Why Not! Joe, Sugar and Men
I Fall In Love Too Easily
(lyrics by Sammy Cahn)
Osgood Fielding, III
Magic Nights Jerry
It's Always Love Joe
When You Meet A Man In Chicago Sweet Sue, Sugar, Joe, Jerry and Ensemble
People In My Life Sugar
Some Like It Hot Full Company
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
May 5, 2003 - May 11, 2003 Keller Auditorium Portland, OR
Apr 28, 2003 - May 4, 2003 Paramount Theatre Seattle, WA
Apr 14, 2004 - Apr 20, 2003 Merriam Theater Philadelphia, PA
Apr 7, 2003 - Apr 13, 2003 Lyric Opera House Baltimore, MD
Mar 28, 2003 - Apr 6, 2003 DuPont Theatre Wilmington, DE
Mar 17, 2003 - Mar 23, 2003 Wharton Center for the Performing Arts East Lansing, MI
Mar 10, 2003 - Mar 16, 2003 Shubert Performing Arts Center New Haven, CT
Mar 3, 2003 - Mar 9, 2003 Hayes Hall Naples, FL
Feb 24, 2003 - Mar 2, 2003 Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Sarasota, FL
Feb 17, 2003 - Feb 23, 2003 Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts Raleigh, NC
Feb 3, 2003 - Feb 9, 2003 Prudential Hall Newark, NJ
Jan 27, 2003 - Feb 2, 2003 Rosemont Theatre Rosemont, IL
Jan 20, 2003 - Jan 26, 2003 DeVos Hall Grand Rapids, MI
Jan 13, 2003 - Jan 19, 2003 Wang Theatre at the Boch Center Boston, MA
Jan 6, 2003 - Jan 12, 2003 Orpheum Theatre - Memphis Memphis, TN
Dec 30, 2002 - Jan 5, 2003 Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater, FL
Dec 2, 2002 - Dec 22, 2002 Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
Nov 25, 2002 - Dec 1, 2002 Heinz Hall Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 18, 2002 - Nov 24, 2002 Weidner Center For The Performing Arts Green Bay, WI
Nov 4, 2002 - Nov 17, 2002 Buell Theatre Denver, CO
Oct 14, 2002 - Nov 3, 2002 Golden Gate Theatre San Francisco, CA
Aug 26, 2002 - Sep 1, 2002 Wolf Trap Vienna, VA
Jul 15, 2002 - Jul 28, 2002 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Jul 8, 2002 - Jul 14, 2002 Starlight Theatre Kansas City, MO
Jun 24, 2002 - Jun 30, 2002 Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA
Jun 4, 2002 - Jun 23, 2002 Hobby Center For The Performing Arts Houston, TX