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The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas   Tour  

 
Opening Date: February 13, 2001    
Closing Date: May 12, 2002

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, National Tour
Setting: The State of Texas. The early 70's.



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Manny Kladitis, Mitch Leigh, Magic Arts & Entertainment and SFX Theatrical Group; Produced in association with Jon B. Platt
Book by Larry L. King and Peter Masterson; Music by Carol Hall; Lyrics by Carol Hall; Additional Arrangements by Keith Levenson; Additional Orchestrations by Jeffrey Klitz
Directed by Thommie Walsh; Choreographed by Thommie Walsh; Associate Director: Cynthia Onrubia; Associate Choreographer: Cynthia Onrubia
Original Set Design: Marjorie Bradley Kellogg; Ann-Margaret's Costumes: Bob Mackie; Costume Design by Dona Granata; Lighting Design by Ken Billington and Jason Kantrowitz; Sound Design by William Ruger; Hair and Wig Design by Mitch Ely; Additional Scenery by Greg Hirsch
Company Manager: Dennis M. Daniello; General Manager: Niko Associates, Inc. (Manny Kladitis, Founder and President) and Jeffrey Chrzczon
Technical Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Production Supervisor: Thomas P. Carr; Production Stage Manager: Newton Cole; Stage Manager: David Foster
Musical Supervisor: Keith Levenson; Musical Coordinator: William Meade; Conducted by Anne Shuttlesworth; Associate Conductor: Lee Stametz; Keyboard: Anne Shuttlesworth and Lee Stametz; Electric Bass: Randall Klitz; Violin: Chris Tedesco; Drums: David Tancredi; Steel Guitar: Skip Krevens; Guitar: Manny Moreira
Casting: Barry Moss; National Press and Marketing: Dennis Crowley; Advertising: HergerAmos Advertising; Dance Captain: Michael D. Jablonski; Photographer: Joan Marcus
Cast
Ann-Margret
Miss Mona Stangley
Hal Davis
Edsel Mackey
Ed Dixon
Traveling Salesman
C. J. Scruggs
Governor
Terri Dixon
Angel
Rob Donohoe
Melvin P. Thorpe
Matt Landers
Mayor Rufus Poindexter
Senator Wingwoah
Jen Celene Little
Shy
Roxie Lucas
Doatsey Mae
Miss Wulla Jean
Gary Sandy
Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd
Avery Sommers
Jewel
Paul Clausen
Farmer
Reporter #2
Aggie
Ensemble
Mary Bond Davis
Dawn
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Tracy Jai Edwards
Taddy Jo
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Timothy Ellis
Shy Kid
Soundman
Aggie
Ensemble
Jennifer Evans
Eloise
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Quisha Freeman
Durla
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Doug Hodge
Governor's Aide
Aggie Specialty Dancer
Ensemble
Jane Labanz
Ginger
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Keith Mahoney
Slick Dude
Cameraman
Aggie
Ensemble
Erin Malloy
Linda Lou
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Gary Martin
Specialty Roping
Aggie
Ensemble
Gina Milo
Ruby Rae
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Sinclair Mitchell
Aggie
Ensemble
Kristin Reitter
Beatrice
Girl at Miss Mona's
Ensemble
Kevin Steele
Young Cowboy
Aggie
Ensemble
Eric Wallbruch
Reporter #3
Aggie
Ensemble
Swings: Betsy Allen and Michael D. Jablonski
Understudies: Paul Clausen (C. J. Scruggs, Governor, Mayor Rufus Poindexter, Melvin P. Thorpe, Senator Wingwoah), Hal Davis (Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd), Mary Bond Davis (Jewel), Timothy Ellis (Melvin P. Thorpe), Jennifer Evans (Shy), Doug Hodge (Edsel Mackey), Jane Labanz (Doatsey Mae), Matt Landers (C. J. Scruggs, Governor), Roxie Lucas (Miss Mona Stangley), Keith Mahoney (Mayor Rufus Poindexter, Senator Wingwoah), Erin Malloy (Angel), Kristin Reitter (Ginger) and Eric Wallbruch (Edsel Mackey)
music by Carol Hall; lyrics by Carol Hall
ACT 1 Sung By
Prologue
20 Fans Edsel Mackey, the Girls, the Cowboys, Farmer, Shy Kid, Miss Wulla Jean, Traveling Salesman, Slick Dude and Choir
A Lil Ole Bitty Pissant Country Place Mona Stangley and the Girls
Girl You're a Woman Mona Stangley, Shy, Jewel and the Girls
Watch Dog Theme the Dogettes and Melvin P. Thorpe
Texas Has a Whorehouse in It Melvin P. Thorpe, the Thorpe Singers and the Dogettes
Twenty-Four House of Lovin' Jewel and the Girls
Watch Dog Theme (Reprise) the Dogettes
Texas Has a Whorehouse in It (Reprise) Melvin P. Thorpe, the Dogettes and Townspeople
Doatsey Mae Doatsey Mae
The Aggie Song the Aggies
Bus from Amarillo Mona Stangley
ACT 2 Sung By
The Sidestep Governor, Governor's Aide, Senator Wingwoah, Melvin P. Thorpe, the Dogettes and the Melvin Thorpe Singers
No Lies Mona Stangley, Jewel and the Girls
Good Old Girl Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd and the Aggies
Hard Candy Christmas Angel, Linda Lou, Ginger, Dawn, Ruby Rae and Beatrice
Hard Candy Christmas (Reprise) the Girls
A Friend To Me Mona Stangley
Finale the Company
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