Opening Date

Apr 20, 1989

Closing Date

Jun 17, 1990

MusicalComedyRevivalNational Tour

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.
Setting
The turn of the century. The Tobin shack in Hannibal, Missouri. The Saddle Rock Saloon and Johnny's log cabin in Leadville, Colorado. The McGlone and Brown mansions in Denver, Colorado. Also Paris, Monte Carlo, the mid-Atlantic, the Rockies.

Book by Richard Morris; Music by Meredith Willson; Lyrics by Meredith Willson; Musical Director: Steven Smith
Directed by John Bowab; Choreographed by Ed Kerrigan; Associate Director: Jerold Franks; Assistant Choreographer: Jude Van Wormer
Scenic Design by Randy Wright; Costume Design by Paco Macliss; Sound Design by William C Hennigh
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss Associates, Inc. and Irving Siders; Company Manager: Jill Harwitz
Technical Consultant: Joe Bianchi and David Dansky; Production Stage Manager: Joe Lorden; Stage Manager: Jill Johnson and Joe Bianchi
Keyboards: Jon Olson; Drummer: John Wacker
General Press Representative: Smyth/Katzen, Inc.; Dance Captain: Richard Byron; Fight direction by Alex Plasschaert
Molly Tobin
Monsignor Ryan
Christmas Morgan
Mrs. McGlone
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Shamus Tobin
Princess DeLong
Prince DeLong
Saloon Trio
 
Roberts
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
The Baron of Auld
 
Ensemble
Count Feranti
 
Ensemble
Prostitute
 
The Grand Duchess Marie Nicholaiovna
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Germaine
 
Ensemble
Michael Tobin
 
Ensemble
Patrick Tobin
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Prostitute
 
Ensemble
Countess Ethanotous
 
Mother
 
Ensemble
Prostitute
 
Duchess of Burlingame
 
Ensemble
Charlie
 
Lord Foley
 
Guides voice
 
Maitre D'
 
Ensemble
 
Earl of Stevens
 
Ensemble
Saloon Trio
 
Malcolm Broderick
 
Ensemble
Duke of Burlingame
 
Male Passenger
 
Ensemble
Saloon Trio
 
Ensemble
Understudies: Jeff Austin (Christmas Morgan), Zachary A. Charles (Shamus Tobin), Rieka R. Cruz (Princess DeLong), Susan Hoffman (Mrs. McGlone), Lyle Kanouse (Johnny "Leadville" Brown), Jacquie Porter (Molly Tobin), Greg Rolph (Prince DeLong) and Frank Stancati (Monsignor Ryan)
Musical Director: Joey Singer
General Manager: Ken Myers
Production Supervisor: John C. Breckenridge
Drummer: Ed Shea; Pianist: Marjorie Poe
General Press Representative: Phil Paladino

Cast

Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Countess Ethanotous
Ensemble
Earl of Stevens
 
Count Feranti
Count Feranti
music by Meredith Willson; lyrics by Meredith Willson
Act 1
Sung By
I Ain't Down Yet
Molly Tobin and Her Brothers
Colorado, My Home
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Belly Up to the Bar, Boys
Molly Tobin, Christmas Morgan, the Miners and Prostitutes
I've A'ready Started In
Johnny "Leadville" Brown, Christmas Morgan and Miners
I'll Never Say No
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
My Own Brass Bed
Molly Tobin
Chick-a-pen
Molly Tobin and Johnny "Leadville" Brown
I Ain't Down Yet (Reprise)
Molly Tobin and Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Act 2
Sung By
Happy Birthday, Mrs. J. J. Brown
Princess DeLong, Prince DeLong and the International set
Colorado, My Home (Reprise)
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
If I Knew
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
He's My Friend
Johnny "Leadville" Brown, Christmas Morgan, Shamus Tobin, Brothers, International Set and Molly Tobin
'Leadville' Johnny Brown's Soliloquy
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
Dolce Far Niente
Prince DeLong and Molly Tobin
'Leadville' Johnny Brown's Soliloquy (Reprise)
Johnny "Leadville" Brown
My Own Brass Bed (Reprise)
Molly Tobin and Johnny "Leadville" Brown
I Ain't Down Yet (Reprise)
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City and State

Jun 12, 1990 - Jun 17, 1990
Nashville, TN
Jun 05, 1990 - Jun 10, 1990
Charlotte, NC
May 08, 1990 - Jun 03, 1990
Baltimore, MD
May 01, 1990 - May 06, 1990
Wilmington, DE
Mar 27, 1990 - Apr 08, 1990
New Haven, CT
Mar 13, 1990 - Mar 18, 1990
Cleveland, OH
Jan 23, 1990 - Feb 18, 1990
Detroit, MI
Dec 05, 1989 - Dec 31, 1989
San Francisco, CA
Nov 21, 1989 - Nov 26, 1989
Seattle, WA
Sep 12, 1989 - Oct 08, 1989
Los Angeles, CA
Aug 22, 1989 - Aug 27, 1989
San Diego, CA
Aug 14, 1989 - Aug 20, 1989
St. Louis, MO
Aug 08, 1989 - Aug 13, 1989
Atlanta, GA
Aug 01, 1989 - Aug 06, 1989
Pittsburgh, PA
Jul 25, 1989 - Jul 30, 1989
Louisville, KY
Jul 18, 1989 - Jul 23, 1989
Denver, CO
Jul 11, 1989 - Jul 16, 1989
San Jose, CA
Jun 27, 1989 - Jul 02, 1989
Sacramento, CA
Jun 20, 1989 - Jun 25, 1989
Phoenix, AZ
Jun 06, 1989 - Jun 18, 1989
Dallas, TX
May 04, 1989 - May 21, 1989
Long Beach, CA
Apr 20, 1989 - Apr 30, 1989
Houston, TX