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The Secret Garden   Tour  

 
Opening Date: April 28, 1992    
Closing Date: May 22, 1994

Category: Musical, Original, National Tour
Setting: Colonial India, 1906. Misselthwaite Manor, North Yorkshire, England, 1906.



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Heidi Landesman, Rick Steiner, Jujamcyn Theaters/TV Asahi, Tom Mallow, ATP/Dodger and Pace Theatrical Group
Originally produced on Broadway by Heidi Landesman, Rick Steiner, Frederic H. Mayerson, Elizabeth Williams, Jujamcyn Theaters/TV Asahi and Dodger Productions; Originally produced on Broadway in association with Greg C. Mosher, Rhoda Mayerson, Dorothy and Wendell Cherry, Margo Lion, 126 Second Avenue Corporation and Playhouse Square Center; Originally produced by Virginia Stage Company (Charles Towers, Artistic Director; Carl Muler, Managing Director)
Book by Marsha Norman; Music by Lucy Simon; Lyrics by Marsha Norman; Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett; Music orchestrated by William D. Brohn; Vocal arrangements by Michael Kosarin; Dance arrangements by Jeanine Levenson; Musical Director: Constantine Kitsopoulos
Directed by Susan H. Schulman; Choreographed by Michael Lichtefeld
Scenic Design by Heidi Landesman; Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser; Sound Design by Otts Munderloh; Hair Design by Robert DiNiro; Makeup Design by Robert DiNiro
Executive Producer: George MacPherson; General Manager: David Strong Warner; Company Manager: John Pasinato
Production Manager: Peter Fulbright; Production Stage Manager: Dan W. Langhofer; Stage Manager: Eric Insko
Musical Supervisor: Michael Kosarin; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Constantine Kitsopoulos; Associate Conductor: Gerald Lynn Steichen; Synthesizer: Gerald Lynn Steichen; Keyboard/Synthesizer: Lawrence Green; Violin/Concert Master: Blair Lawhead; Flutes: Brian Miller; Percussion/Synthesizer: Dean Witten
Casting: Wendy Ettinger; Press Representative: Adrian Bryan-Brown; Exclusive Tour Direction: ATP/Dodger; Dance Captain: Oliver Woodall; Photographer: Carol Rosegg and Martha Swope
Cast
Mark Agnes
Lieutenant Ian Shaw
James Barbour
William
Roger Bart
Dickon
Martha's brother
Sean Considine
Colin
Alternate
Kevin Dearinger
Captain Albert Lennox
Mary's father
Mary Fogarty
Mrs. Medlock
the housekeeper
Andy Gale
Fakir
Jay Garner
Ben
the gardener
Luke Hogan
Colin
Alternate
Ty Hreben
Timothy
Mary Illes
Alice
Rose's friend
Melody Kay
Mary Lennox
Ken Land
Lieutenant Peter Wright
Kimberly Mahon
Mary Lennox
Alternate
Audra Ann McDonald
Ayah
Kevin McGuire
Archibald Craven
Mary's uncle
Tracey Ann Moore
Martha
a chambermaid
Marc Mouchet
Major Holmes
Roxann Parker
Claire
Major Holmes' wife
Mrs. Winthrop
the headmistress
Jill Patton
Betsy
Jacquelyn Piro
Rose
Mary's mother
Anne Runolfsson
Lily
Douglas Sills
Dr. Neville Craven
Archibald Craven's brother
Swings: Susie McMonagle, Todd Murray and Oliver Woodall
Understudies: Mark Agnes (Captain Albert Lennox, Fakir), James Barbour (Captain Albert Lennox, Dr. Neville Craven, Lieutenant Ian Shaw, Lieutenant Peter Wright, Major Holmes), Ty Hreben (Dickon), Mary Illes (Lily, Rose), Ken Land (Dr. Neville Craven), Susie McMonagle (Alice, Ayah, Betsy, Claire, Martha, Mrs. Winthrop), Marc Mouchet (Archibald Craven, Ben), Todd Murray (Lieutenant Ian Shaw, Lieutenant Peter Wright, Major Holmes, William), Roxann Parker (Mrs. Medlock), Jill Patton (Alice, Ayah, Claire, Martha, Mrs. Winthrop, Rose), Jacquelyn Piro (Lily), Douglas Sills (Archibald Craven) and Oliver Woodall (Dickon, Fakir, Lieutenant Ian Shaw, Lieutenant Peter Wright, William)
music by Lucy Simon; lyrics by Marsha Norman
ACT 1 Sung By
Opening Dream Lily, Fakir, Mary Lennox and Company
There's a Girl Company
The House Upon the Hill Company
I Heard Someone Crying Mary Lennox, Archibald Craven, Lily and Company
A Fine White Horse Martha
A Girl in the Valley Lily, Archibald Craven, Rose and Dancers
It's a Maze Ben, Mary Lennox, Martha and Dickon
Winter's on the Wing Dickon
Show Me the Key Mary Lennox and Dickon
A Bit of Earth Archibald Craven
Storm I Company
Lily's Eyes Archibald Craven and Dr. Neville Craven
I Heard Someone Crying Mary Lennox and Company
Storm II Company
Round-Shouldered Man Mary Lennox and Colin
Final Storm Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Girl I Mean to Be Mary Lennox and Company
Quartet Archibald Craven, Dr. Neville Craven, Rose and Lily
Race You to the Top of the Morning Archibald Craven
Wick Dickon and Mary Lennox
Come to My Garden Lily and Colin
Come Spirit, Come Charm Mary Lennox, Martha, Dickon, Fakir, Ayah, Lily and Company
A Bit of Earth (Reprise) Lily, Rose and Captain Albert Lennox
Disappear Dr. Neville Craven
Hold On Martha
Letter Song Mary Lennox and Martha
Where in the World Archibald Craven
How Could I Ever Know Lily and Archibald Craven
Finale Company
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Apr 27, 1993 - May 23, 1993 Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
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Mar 30, 1993 - Apr 4, 1993 DeVos Hall Grand Rapids, MI
Mar 26, 1993 - Mar 28, 1993 Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts Raleigh, NC
Mar 23, 1993 - Mar 24, 1993 Von Braun Center Huntsville, AL
Mar 9, 1993 - Mar 21, 1993 Broward Center For The Performing Arts Fort Lauderdale, FL
Mar 2, 1993 - Mar 7, 1993 Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA
Feb 23, 1993 - Feb 28, 1993 Raymond F. Kravis Center For The Performing Arts West Palm Beach, FL
Feb 16, 1993 - Feb 21, 1993 David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Tampa, FL
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Dec 22, 1992 - Jan 31, 1993 Opera House (DC) Washington, DC
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Dec 1, 1992 - Dec 6, 1992 Scranton Cultural Center Scranton, PA
Nov 24, 1992 - Nov 29, 1992 Bushnell Hartford, CT
Nov 3, 1992 - Nov 22, 1992 Colonial Theatre Boston, MA
Sep 15, 1992 - Oct 31, 1992 Royal Alexandra Theatre Toronto, ON
Sep 1, 1992 - Sep 6, 1992 Sacramento Community Center Theater Sacramento, CA
Aug 25, 1992 - Aug 30, 1992 San Diego Civic Theatre San Diego, CA
Aug 18, 1992 - Aug 23, 1992 Segerstrom Center for the Arts Costa Mesa, CA
Jul 14, 1992 - Aug 16, 1992 Shubert Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Jun 30, 1992 - Jul 12, 1992 Ordway Center For The Performing Arts St. Paul, MN
Jun 16, 1992 - Jun 28, 1992 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Jun 9, 1992 - Jun 14, 1992 Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University Chicago, IL
Jun 2, 1992 - Jun 7, 1992 Heinz Hall Pittsburgh, PA
May 26, 1992 - May 31, 1992 Andrew Jackson Hall At Tennessee Performing Arts Center Nashville, TN
May 13, 1992 - May 24, 1992 Jackie Gleason Theater Of Performing Arts Miami, FL
May 5, 1992 - May 10, 1992 Fox Theatre - St. Louis St. Louis, MO
Apr 28, 1992 - May 3, 1992 Connor Palace Cleveland, OH