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42nd Street   
The Song and Dance Fable of Broadway

Ford Center for the Performing Arts , (5/02/2001 - 1/02/2005)
First Preview:Apr 04, 2001 Total Previews:31
Opening Date:May 02, 2001   
Closing Date:Jan 02, 2005 Total Performances:1524

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: 1933. New York City and Philadelphia.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre under the direction of SFX Theatrical Group
Produced by Dodger Theatricals, Joop Van Den Ende and Stage Holding
Original direction and dances by Gower Champion
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble; Music by Harry Warren; Lyrics by Al Dubin; Based on the novel by Bradford Ropes; Musical Director: Todd Ellison; Music arranged by Donald Johnston; Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang; Additional orchestrations by Donald Johnston; Additional lyrics by Johnny Mercer and Mort Dixon; Additional vocal arrangements by Donald Johnston
Directed by Mark Bramble; Musical staging and new choreography by Randy Skinner
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by Roger Kirk; Lighting Design by Paul Gallo; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald; Hair and Wig Design by David H. Lawrence; Associate Scenic Design: Chad Owens; Associate Sound Design: Janet Smith; Associate Lighting Design: Philip Rosenberg; Associate Costume Design: Nancy Palmatier
Executive Producer: Dodger Management Group (Sally Campbell Morse, Robert C. Strickstein); Company Manager: Sandra Carlson
Production Stage Manager: Frank Hartenstein; Technical Supervisor: Peter Fulbright, Tech Production Services, Inc., Elliot Bertoni and Rich Cocchiara; Stage Manager: Karen Armstrong
Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Todd Ellison; Associate Conductor: Fred Lassen; Woodwinds: Michael Migliore, Ken Hitchcock, Dave Pietro, Tom Christensen, Roger Rosenberg, Andrew Drelles and Tim Ries; Trumpet: Ravi Best, Barry Danielian, Joe Mosello and Dave Ballou; Trombone: Mark Patterson, Steve Armour and Mike Christianson; French Horn: Theresa MacDonnell, Leise Anschuetz Paer and Michael Ishii; Bass: John Arbo; Guitar: Scott Kuney; Harp: Victoria Drake; Drums: Tony Tedesco; Percussion: Kory Grossman; Piano: Fred Lassen; Music adapted by Donald Johnston
Casting: Jay Binder; Marketing Consultant: Margery Singer; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Dance Captain: Kelli Barclay; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Marketing: Dodger Marketing; Photographer: Joan Marcus
Michael Cumpsty Julian Marsh (Apr 04, 2001 - May 26, 2002)
Christine Ebersole Dorothy Brock (Apr 04, 2001 - Jun 09, 2002)
Michael Arnold Andy Lee
David Elder Billy Lawlor
Allen Fitzpatrick Mac
Jonathan Freeman Bert Barry
Mylinda Hull
Broadway debut
Annie (Apr 04, 2001 - Jun 09, 2002)
Kate Levering Peggy Sawyer
Michael McCarty Abner Dillon
Richard Muenz Pat Denning
Billy Stritch
Broadway debut
Mary Testa Maggie Jones
Brad Aspel Waiter
Becky Berstler
Broadway debut
Randy Bobish Ensemble
Chris Clay
Broadway debut
Michael Clowers Ensemble
Maryam Myika Day
Broadway debut
Alexander deJong Ensemble
Amy Dolan Ensemble
Allen Fitzpatrick Thug
Isabelle Flachsmann
Broadway debut
Jennifer Jones Ensemble
Dontee Kiehn
Broadway debut
Renée Klapmeyer
Broadway debut
Jessica Kostival
Broadway debut
Keirsten Kupiec
Broadway debut
Todd Lattimore Ensemble
Melissa Rae Mahon Ensemble (Apr 04, 2001 - Jun 16, 2002)
Michael Malone Ensemble
Jennifer Marquardt
Broadway debut
Meredith Patterson Ensemble (Apr 04, 2001 - Aug 17, 2001)
Darin Phelps
Broadway debut
Wendy Rosoff
Broadway debut
Megan Schenck
Broadway debut
Kelly Sheehan
Broadway debut
Tamlyn Brooke Shusterman Diane
Megan Sikora Lorraine
Jennifer Stetor Ensemble
Erin Stoddard Ensemble
Yasuko Tamaki Ensemble
Jonathan Taylor Ensemble
Jerry Tellier Thug
Elisa Van Duyne
Broadway debut
Lorraine (Oct 2002 - May 2003)
Erika Vaughn Ensemble
Mike Warshaw Waiter

Broadway debut
Merrill West
Broadway debut
Shonn Wiley Waiter

Broadway debut
Catherine Wreford Phyllis

Broadway debut
Swings: Kelli Barclay, Becky Berstler (Partial Swing), Isabelle Flachsmann (Partial Swing), Melissa Giattino, Brian J. Marcum, Jerry Tellier (Partial Swing), Elisa Van Duyne (Partial Swing), Luke Walrath and Merrill West (Partial Swing)
Standby: Beth Leavel (Dorothy Brock, Maggie Jones)
Understudies: Brad Aspel (Andy Lee, Bert Barry), Becky Berstler (Annie), Randy Bobish (Andy Lee), Amy Dolan (Annie, Maggie Jones), Allen Fitzpatrick (Abner Dillon, Pat Denning), Renée Klapmeyer (Diane), Jessica Kostival (Dorothy Brock), Richard Muenz (Julian Marsh), Meredith Patterson (Peggy Sawyer), Darin Phelps (Doctor, Mac, Thug), Erin Stoddard (Lorraine, Peggy Sawyer), Jerry Tellier (Julian Marsh, Pat Denning), Elisa Van Duyne (Phyllis), Luke Walrath (Doctor, Mac, Thug) and Shonn Wiley (Billy Lawlor)
Tony Award®
winner 2001 Best Revival of a Musical [winner]
Produced by Dodger Theatricals, Joop Van Den Ende and Stage Holding
winner 2001 Best Actress in a Musical [winner]
Christine Ebersole
 2001 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Kate Levering
 2001 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Mary Testa
 2001 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
Douglas W. Schmidt
 2001 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Roger Kirk
 2001 Best Lighting Design [nominee]
Paul Gallo
 2001 Best Choreography [nominee]
Randy Skinner
 2001 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Mark Bramble
Drama Desk Award
winner 2001 Outstanding Revival of a Musical [winner]
Produced by Dodger Theatricals, Joop Van Den Ende and Stage Holding
 2001 Outstanding Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Christine Ebersole
 2001 Outstanding Choreography [nominee]
Randy Skinner
 2001 Outstanding Set Design of a Musical [nominee]
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt
 2001 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Roger Kirk
music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Al Dubin
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Audition Andy Lee and Ensemble
Young and Healthy Billy Lawlor and Peggy Sawyer
Shadow Waltz Maggie Jones, Dorothy Brock and Ensemble
Go Into Your Dance Maggie Jones, Annie, Peggy Sawyer, Phyllis, Lorraine and Andy Lee
You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me Dorothy Brock, Billy Lawlor, Peggy Sawyer and Ensemble
Getting Out of Town
(lyrics by Michael Stewart, Mort Dixon and Joe Young)
Full Company
Dames Billy Lawlor and Men
Keep Young and Beautiful Maggie Jones, Bert Barry and Girls
Dames Full Company
I Only Have Eyes for You Dorothy Brock
I Only Have Eyes for You (Reprise)Billy Lawlor and Girls
We're in the Money Annie, Peggy Sawyer, Lorraine, Phyllis, Billy Lawlor and Ensemble
Act One Finale Dorothy Brock and Company
ACT 2Sung By
Sunny Side to Every Situation
(lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Annie and Ensemble
Lullaby of Broadway Julian Marsh and Full Company
Getting Out of Town (Reprise)
(lyrics by Michael Stewart, Mort Dixon and Joe Young)
Bert Barry, Maggie Jones and Full Company
Montage Julian Marsh, Andy Lee, Peggy Sawyer and Ensemble
About a Quarter to Nine Dorothy Brock and Peggy Sawyer
With Plenty of Money and You Peggy Sawyer and Men
Shuffle Off to Buffalo Bert Barry, Maggie Jones, Annie and Girls
42nd Street Peggy Sawyer, Billy Lawlor and Ensemble
42nd Street (Reprise)Julian Marsh
Finale Full Company