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The Who's Tommy   Tour  

Opening Date: October 12, 1993    
Closing Date: January 29, 1995

Category: Musical, Original, National Tour
Setting: 1941-1963. In and around London.

Production Staff [See More]
Produced by PTG-Florida, Inc. and Dodger Productions
Book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff; Music by Pete Townshend; Lyrics by Pete Townshend; Additional music by John Entwistle and Keith Moon; Additional lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon; Music orchestrated by Steve Margoshes; Vocal arrangements by Joseph Church; Musical Director: Wendy Bobbitt
Directed by Des McAnuff; Choreographed by Wayne Cilento
Scenic Design by John Arnone; Costume Design by David C. Woolard; Lighting Design by Chris Parry; Sound Design by Steve Canyon Kennedy; Projection Design by Wendall K. Harrington; Video Design by Batwin & Robin Productions, Inc.; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence; Associate Lighting Design: David Grill; Associate Sound Design: Jon Weston; Projection Production Coordinator: Sage Carter; Projection Photography: Peter Cunningham and Jock Pottle; Projection Graphics: Eriksson Design, Inc.
Executive Producer: David, Strong, Warner, Inc., Scott Zeiger and Gary Gunas; General Manager: ATP/Dodger and George MacPherson; Company Manager: Alan Ross Kosher
Technical Supervisor: Gene O'Donovan; Production Supervisor: Gene O'Donovan; Production Stage Manager: Randall Whitescarver; Stage Manager: David Foster
Musical Supervisor: Joseph Church; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Wendy Bobbitt; Associate Conductor: Cherie Rosen; Keyboards: Cherie Rosen; Keyboards/Synthesizer: Jeff Jenkins and Tom Toriello; Guitar: Scott Totten and Ric Molina; French Horn: Alan Grant; Bass: Gary Bristol; Drums: Alan Childs; Music Preparation Supervisor: Donald Oliver, Evan Morris and Chelsea Music Services, Inc.; Synthesizer Programmer: Ted Baker
Special Effects by Gregory Meeh; Flying by Foy
Casting: Julie Hughes, C.S.A. and Barry Moss, CSA; National Press Representative: Laura Matalon, Ginny Ehrlich, Tim Choy and Wayne McWorter; Exclusive Tour Direction: ATP/Dodger; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc. and Jim Edwards; Photographer: Joan Marcus and Marc Bryan-Brown; Dance Captain: Tracey Langran and Aiko Nakasone; Dialect Coach: Liz Smith; Fight direction by Steve Rankin
Betsy Allen
Kevin's Mother
Local Lass
Bertilla Baker
Minister's Wife
Roger Bart
Cousin Kevin
Steve Dahlem
Officer #2
Local Lad
Security Guard
Valerie De Pena
Local Lass
Specialist's Assistant
Darrian C. Ford
Allied Solder #2
Local Lad
Security Guard
Anthony Galde
Local Lad
Security Guard
1st Pinball Lad
Chris Ghelfi
Allied Solder #1
Local Lad
Security Guard
Steve Isaacs
Robert Mann Kayser
Tommy, Age 10
Cindi Klinger
Local Lass
Mrs. Simpson
Kelly Mady
Tommy, Age 4
Daniel Marcus
Mr. Simpson
Jessica Molaskey
Mrs. Walker
Hilary Morse
Local Lass
Sally Simpson
Aiko Nakasone
Local Lass
Caitlin Newman
Tommy, Age 4
Destan Owens
Officer #1
Kennya Ramsey
The Gypsy
Tom Rocco
Kevin's Father
News Vendor
Clarke Thorell
Local Lad
Security Guard
2nd Pinball Lad
Alec Timerman
Local Lad
Security Guard
Harmonica Player
Carla Renata Williams
Local Lass
Jason Workman
Captain Walker
William Youmans
Uncle Ernie
Swings: Vincent D'Elia, Tracey Langran, Christy Tarr and Randy Wojcik
Understudies: Bertilla Baker (Mrs. Walker), Steve Dahlem (Captain Walker), Vincent D'Elia (Captain Walker), Chris Ghelfi (Cousin Kevin, Tommy), Tracey Langran (The Gypsy), Craig Lawlor (Tommy, Age 10), Daniel Marcus (Uncle Ernie), Tom Rocco (Uncle Ernie), Christy Tarr (Mrs. Walker), Alec Timerman (Cousin Kevin, Tommy) and Carla Renata Williams (The Gypsy)
music by Pete Townshend; lyrics by Pete Townshend
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Overture: 1941 Company
Captain Walker Officers
It's a Boy Nurses and Mrs. Walker
We've Won Captain Walker and Allied Soldiers
Twenty-One Mrs. Walker, Lover and Captain Walker
Amazing Journey Tommy
Sparks (Instrumental)
Amazing Journey (Reprise) Tommy
Christmas Captain Walker, Mrs. Walker, Minister, Minister's Wife and Ensemble
See Me, Feel Me Tommy
Do You Think It's Alright Captain Walker and Mrs. Walker
Fiddle About
(music by John Entwistle; lyrics by John Entwistle)
Uncle Ernie and Ensemble
See Me, Feel Me (Reprise) Tommy
Cousin Kevin
(music by John Entwistle; lyrics by John Entwistle)
Cousin Kevin and Ensemble
Sensation Tommy and Ensemble
Sparks (Instrumental) (Reprise)
Eyesight to the Blind
(music by Pete Townshend and Sonny Boy Williamson; lyrics by Pete Townshend and Sonny Boy Williamson)
Hawker, Harmonica Player and Ensemble
Acid Queen The Gypsy
Pinball Wizard Local Lads, Cousin Kevin and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Underture (Entr'act): 1960
There's a Doctor Captain Walker and Mrs. Walker
Go to the Mirror Specialist, Specialist's Assistant, Captain Walker and Mrs. Walker
Listening to You Tommy, Tommy, Age 10 and Tommy, Age 4
Tommy Can You Hear Me Local Lads
I Believe My Own Eyes Captain Walker and Mrs. Walker
Smash the Mirror Mrs. Walker
I'm Free Tommy
Miracle Cure Local Lads
Sensation (Reprise) Tommy and Ensemble
I'm Free (Reprise) Tommy and Company
Pinball Wizard (Reprise) Tommy and Company
Tommy's Holiday Camp
(music by Keith Moon; lyrics by Keith Moon)
Uncle Ernie
Sally Simpson Cousin Kevin, Security Guards, Sally Simpson, Mr. Simpson and Mrs. Simpson
Welcome Tommy and Ensemble
Sally's Question (Song added after opening) Sally Simpson
We're Not Going to Take It Tommy and Ensemble
See Me, Feel Me (Reprise) Tommy and Company
Listening to You (Reprise) Tommy and Company
Finale Tommy and Company
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Apr 27, 1994 - May 1, 1994 McCallum Theatre For The Performing Arts Palm Desert, CA
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Apr 12, 1994 - Apr 17, 1994 Majestic Theatre - San Antonio San Antonio, TX
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Feb 22, 1994 - Feb 27, 1994 Ordway Center For The Performing Arts St. Paul, MN
Feb 15, 1994 - Feb 20, 1994 Midland Theatre Kansas City, MO
Feb 8, 1994 - Feb 13, 1994 Palace Theatre - Columbus Columbus, OH
Jan 19, 1994 - Feb 6, 1994 Masonic Temple Theatre Detroit, MI
Dec 3, 1993 - Jan 16, 1994 Emerson Colonial Theatre Boston, MA
Nov 23, 1993 - Nov 28, 1993 Kentucky Center For The Performing Arts Louisville, KY
Nov 16, 1993 - Nov 21, 1993 Raymond F. Kravis Center For The Performing Arts West Palm Beach, FL
Nov 9, 1993 - Nov 14, 1993 David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Tampa, FL
Oct 26, 1993 - Nov 7, 1993 Broward Center For The Performing Arts Fort Lauderdale, FL
Oct 12, 1993 - Oct 24, 1993 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX