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Woman of the Year   Tour  

 
Opening Date: June 9, 1983    
Closing Date: March 4, 1984

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, National Tour



Production Staff
Produced by Lawrence Kasha, David S. Landay, James M. Nederlander, Warner Theatre Productions, Inc./Claire Nichtern, Carole J. Shorenstein and Stewart F. Lane
Original New York Production Directed by Robert Moore; Original New York Production Choreographed by Tony Charmoli
Book by Peter Stone; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Based on the MGM film by Ring Lardner, Jr. and Michael Kanin; Music orchestrated by Michael Gibson; Vocal arrangements by Donald Pippin; Dance arrangements by Glen Roven; Musical Director: Jay Blackton
Directed by Joe Layton; Choreographed by Joe Layton
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge; Lighting Design by Marilyn Rennagel; Sound Design by Abe Jacob; Animations by Michael Sporn; Hair Styles by Masarone
General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss
Production Stage Manager: Jay B. Jacobson
Music published by Tommy Valando
Casting: Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; Production Associate: Denny Shearer
Cast
Lauren Bacall
Tess Harding
Marilyn Cooper
Jan Donovan
Harry Guardino
Sam Craig
Ted Agress
Ellis McMaster
Emory Bass
Gerald
Bill Bateman
Pinky Peters
Helon Blount
Chairperson
Belle Calaway
Ensemble
Gene Castle
Tony
Sheryll Fager-Jones
Prima Ballerina
Ensemble
Kathleen Freeman
Helga
John Hammil
Chip Salisbury
Del Hinkley
Larry Donovan
James P. Hogan
Alexi Petrikov
Fitzhugh G. Houston
Gordon
Ensemble
Michael Laughlin
Prescott
Ensemble
William H. McDonald
Phil Witaker
Donna Monroe
Ensemble
Michael Norris
Maury
Ensemble
Dennis Parlato
Abbott Canfield
Sybil Scotford
Ballet Mistress
Ensemble
Denny Shearer
Ensemble
Timm Stetzner
Floor Manager
Ensemble
Swings: Greg Mowry and Cathy Susan Pyles
Understudies: Bill Bateman (Gerald), Belle Calaway (Tess Harding), Del Hinkley (Sam Craig), Fitzhugh G. Houston (Phil Witaker), Michael Laughlin (Abbott Canfield, Ellis McMaster), Greg Mowry (Alexi Petrikov), Michael Norris (Chip Salisbury), Dennis Parlato (Larry Donovan), Cathy Susan Pyles (Jan Donovan), Sybil Scotford (Helga) and Denny Shearer (Pinky Peters)
music by John Kander; lyrics by Fred Ebb
ACT 1 Sung By
Woman of the Year Tess Harding and Women
See You in the Funny Papers Sam Craig
When You're Right, You're Right Tess Harding and Gerald
Shut Up, Gerald Tess Harding, Sam Craig and Gerald
So What Else is New Sam Craig and Katz
The Poker Game Abbott Canfield, Phil Witaker, Pinky Peters, Ellis McMaster, Maury and Cartoonists
One of the Boys Tess Harding, Phil Witaker, Pinky Peters, Abbott Canfield, Ellis McMaster, Maury, Tony and Cartoonists
Table Talk Tess Harding and Sam Craig
The Two of Us Tess Harding, Sam Craig, Gerald, Chip Salisbury, Prescott, Gordon, Helga and Neighbors
It Isn't Working Abbott Canfield, Phil Witaker, Pinky Peters, Ellis McMaster, Chip Salisbury, Gerald, Helga and New Yorkers
I Told You So Gerald and Helga
Woman of the Year (Reprise) Tess Harding
ACT 2 Sung By
I Wrote the Book Tess Harding, Abbott Canfield, Phil Witaker, Pinky Peters and Ellis McMaster
Happy in the Morning Alexi Petrikov, Tess Harding, Ballet Mistress, Prima Ballerina and Ballet Troupe
Sometimes a Day Goes By Sam Craig
The Grass is Always Greener Tess Harding and Jan Donovan
Open the Window, Sam Tess Harding and Company
Finale Tess Harding and Sam Craig
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
Feb 14, 1984 - Mar 4, 1984 Arie Crown Theater Chicago, IL
Jan 10, 1984 - Feb 12, 1984 Opera House (DC) Washington, DC
Dec 23, 1983 - Jan 8, 1984 Masonic Temple Theatre Detroit, MI
Dec 9, 1983 - Dec 18, 1983 Fox Theatre - St. Louis St. Louis, MO
Nov 8, 1983 - Dec 4, 1983 5th Avenue Theatre Seattle, WA
Sep 20, 1983 - Nov 6, 1983 Golden Gate Theatre San Francisco, CA
Jun 9, 1983 - Sep 17, 1983 Ahmanson Theatre Los Angeles, CA