Opening Date

Jun 04, 1973

Closing Date

Oct 21, 1973

MusicalOperettaRevivalNational Tour

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Setting
Ante-chamber and a room of State in the Palace at Karlsburg, Garden and sitting-room of Prince Karl Franz at the Inn of the Three Golden Apples in Heidelberg. Spring, 1830.

Produced by Moe Septee; Produced in association with Jack L. Wolgin and Victor H. Potamkin
Book by Dorothy Donnelly; Music by Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly; Musical Director: John Lesko
Artistic Supervisor: Lehman Engel; Directed by George Schaefer; Choreographed by David Nillo; Assistant Choreographer: Nancy Lynch
Scenic Design by Clarke Dunham; Lighting Design by Clarke Dunham
General Manager: Gatchell & Neufeld, Ltd.; Company Manager: Marshall Young
Production Stage Manager: Pat Tolson; Stage Manager: Robert Vandergriff; Assistant Stage Mgr: Parker Willson
Assistant Conductor: Daniel Rocks; Music Preparation Supervisor: Mathilde Pincus and Al Miller
Costume Supervisor: Winn Morton and Sara Brook
Photographer: Friedman-Abeles; Press Representative: Gene Palatsky
Prince Karl Franz
Prince Karl Franz
Alternate
Lutz
valet to the Prince
Dr. Engel
the Prince's Tutor
Kathie
niece of Ruder
Gretchen
Maid at the Inn
Ensemble
Baron Arnheim
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Captain Tarnitz
Ensemble
Ensemble
Count Hugo
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Lucas
another student leader
Ensemble
Lackey
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Toni
a waiter
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
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Ensemble
Ensemble
 
Ensemble
Ruder
Landlord of Inn of Three Gold Apples
Ensemble
Countess Leyden
lady-in-waiting to the Princess
 
Ensemble
 
Ensemble
Grand Duchess Anastasia
Prime Minister Von Mark
Ensemble
Hubert
the valet's valet
Princess Margaret
fiancee of Prince Karl Franz
Von Asterberg
another student leader
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Understudies: Marta Brennan (Gretchen), Michael Carrier (Toni), Tricia Ellis (Kathie), James Fredericks (Lackey), Warren Galjour (Dr. Engel), George Holland (Hubert), Mark Jacoby (Prince Karl Franz, Detlef), Howard Johnson (Ruder), Robert Kunar (Von Asterberg), Valerie Lemon (Countess Leyden), Jason McAuliffe (Captain Tarnitz), John Mintun (Lutz), Mary Roche (Grand Duchess Anastasia, Princess Margaret), Dana Talley (Baron Arnheim), Richard Walker (Lucas) and Parker Willson (Prime Minister Von Mark)
Press Representative: Ellen Levene; Dance Captain: Sal Mistretta

Cast

Lutz
valet to the Prince
Captain Tarnitz
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly
Act 0
Sung By
By Our Bearing So Sedate
Four Lackeys
Golden Days
Prince Karl Franz and Dr. Engel
Act 1
Sung By
To the Inn We're Marching
Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas and Students
Drinking Song
Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas and Students
I'm Coming At Your Call
Kathie and Students
Come Boys
Kathie and Students
Entrance of the Prince and Engel
Prince Karl Franz, Dr. Engel, Kathie, Ruder, Gretchen and Girls
Gaudeamus Igitur
Students
Golden Days (Reprise)
Dr. Engel
Deep in My Heart Dear
Kathie and Prince Karl Franz
Serenade (Overhead the Moon is Beaming)
Prince Karl Franz, Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas and Students
Finale
Prince Karl Franz, Kathie, Dr. Engel, Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas, Gretchen, Students and Waitresses
Act 2
Sung By
Students' Life (Student Life)
Prince Karl Franz, Dr. Engel, Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas, Kathie, Gretchen and Students
Finale
Kathie, Prince Karl Franz and Dr. Engel
Just We Two
Princess Margaret, Captain Tarnitz and Officers
The Flag That Flies
Ensemble
To the Inn We're Marching (Reprise)
Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas and Students
Serenade (Overhead the Moon is Beaming) (Reprise)
Prince Karl Franz, Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas and Students
Come Boys (Reprise)
Detlef, Von Asterberg, Lucas and Students
Finale Ultimo
Prince Karl Franz and Kathie
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Oct 05, 1973 - Oct 21, 1973
Dallas, TX
Sep 24, 1973 - Sep 30, 1973
Indianapolis, IN
Sep 03, 1973 - Sep 22, 1973
Toronto, ON
Jul 10, 1973 - Sep 01, 1973
Chicago, IL
Jun 19, 1973 - Jul 08, 1973
Washington, DC
Jun 12, 1973 - Jun 17, 1973
Baltimore, MD
Jun 04, 1973 - Jun 09, 1973
Philadelphia, PA