Opening Date

Apr 28, 1992

Closing Date

MusicalOriginalNational Tour

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Setting
Colonial India, 1906. Misselthwaite Manor, North Yorkshire, England, 1906.

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; Assistant Stage Mgr: Becky Garrett
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
Lieutenant Ian Shaw
William
Dickon
Martha's brother
Colin
Alternate
Captain Albert Lennox
Mary's father
Mrs. Medlock
the housekeeper
Fakir
Ben
the gardener
Colin
Alternate
Timothy
Alice
Rose's friend
Mary Lennox
Lieutenant Peter Wright
Mary Lennox
Alternate
Archibald Craven
Mary's uncle
Martha
a chambermaid
Major Holmes
Claire
Major Holmes' wife
 
Mrs. Winthrop
the headmistress
Betsy
Rose
Mary's mother
Dr. Neville Craven
Archibald Craven's brother
Understudies: Mark Agnes (Captain Albert Lennox, Fakir), James Barbour (Dr. Neville Craven, Captain Albert Lennox, Lieutenant Peter Wright, Lieutenant Ian Shaw, Major Holmes), Ty Hreben (Dickon), Mary Illes (Lily, Rose), Ken Land (Dr. Neville Craven), Susie McMonagle (Ayah, Claire, Mrs. Winthrop, Alice, Betsy, Martha), Marc Mouchet (Archibald Craven, Ben), Todd Murray (Lieutenant Peter Wright, Lieutenant Ian Shaw, Major Holmes, William), Roxann Parker (Mrs. Medlock), Jill Patton (Rose, Ayah, Claire, Mrs. Winthrop, Alice, Martha), Jacquelyn Piro (Lily), Douglas Sills (Archibald Craven) and Oliver Woodall (Dickon, Fakir, Lieutenant Peter Wright, Lieutenant Ian Shaw, William)
Press Representative: Laura Matalon

Cast

Mary Lennox
Alice
Rose's friend
Colin
Alternate
Colin
Alternate
Ben
the gardener
Mary Lennox
William
Dickon
Martha's brother
Colin
Alternate
Ben
the gardener
Lieutenant Ian Shaw
Lieutenant Peter Wright
Timothy
Mary Lennox
Martha
a chambermaid
Mary Lennox
Alternate
Martha
a chambermaid
 
Rose
Mary's mother
Dr. Neville Craven
Archibald Craven's brother
Colin
Alternate
Understudies: Cheryl Allison (Lily, Rose, Ayah), Karen Babcock (Mrs. Medlock, Martha, Rose, Claire, Mrs. Winthrop, Alice), Leigh Catlett (Lieutenant Peter Wright, Major Holmes, William, Timothy), David Elledge (Dr. Neville Craven, Captain Albert Lennox, Lieutenant Peter Wright, Lieutenant Ian Shaw, Major Holmes), Paul Jackel (Dr. Neville Craven, Captain Albert Lennox), James Javore (Dr. Neville Craven, Major Holmes), Skip Lackey (Dickon, Fakir, Lieutenant Ian Shaw), Susie McMonagle (Rose), Janet Marion Moody (Betsy), Peter Samuel (Archibald Craven), Marguerite Shannon (Lily, Ayah, Claire, Mrs. Winthrop, Alice, Betsy, Martha) and Oliver Woodall (Ben, Timothy)
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
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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