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Marquis Theatre , (4/18/2002 - 6/20/2004)
First Preview:Mar 19, 2002 Total Previews:32
Opening Date:Apr 18, 2002   
Closing Date:Jun 20, 2004 Total Performances:903

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: New York City, 1922.


Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; James L. Nederlander: President)
Produced by Michael Leavitt, Fox Theatricals, Hal Luftig, Stewart F. Lane, James L. Nederlander, Independent Presenters Network, Libby Adler Mages, Mari Glick, Dori Berinstein, Jennifer Manocherian, Dramatic Forces (Dori Berinstein, Jennifer Manocherian, Peg McFeely Golden, Douglas Teitelbaum), John York Noble and Whoopi Goldberg; Associate Producer: Mike Isaacson, Kristin Caskey and Clear Channel Entertainment
Originally produced by La Jolla Playhouse (Des McAnuff, Artistic Director & Terrence Dwyer, Managing Director)
Book by Dick Scanlan and Richard Morris; New music by Jeanine Tesori; New lyrics by Dick Scanlan; Original story and screenplay for the Universal Pictures Film by Richard Morris; Musical Director: Michael Rafter; Music orchestrated by Doug Besterman and Ralph Burns; Dance arrangements by David Chase; Vocal arrangements by Jeanine Tesori; Featuring "Thoroughly Modern Millie" written by James Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn; Featuring "The Speed Test" written by Sir Arthur Sullivan and W. S. Gilbert; Featuring "Jimmy" written by Jay Thompson and Jay Thompson; Featuring "I'm Falling in Love with Someone" written by Victor Herbert and Rida Johnson Young; Featuring "Muqin" written by Walter Donaldson, Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young; Uncredited orchestrations by Larry Blank
Directed by Michael Mayer; Choreographed by Rob Ashford; Associate Choreographer: Rebecca Timms and Noah Racey; Assistant Director: Paul Dobie
Scenic Design by David Gallo; Costume Design by Martin Pakledinaz; Lighting Design by Donald Holder; Sound Design by Jon Weston; Hair Design by Paul Huntley; Make-Up Design by Angelina Avallone; Associate Scenic Design: Rob Andrusko; Associate Costume Design: Markas Henry; Associate Lighting Design: Karen Spahn; Assistant Scenic Design: Rob Bissinger and Zak Borovay; Assistant Costume Design: Christine Field, Kevin Brainerd, Michael McAleer and Eden Miller; Assistant Wig Design: Amy Solomon; Associate Lighting Designer / Automated Lights Consultant: Warren Flynn; Assistant Lighting Design: Hilary Manners; Assistant Lighting Designer / Slide Artist: Michelle Habeck; Projection Programmer: Paul Vershbow; Assistant Sound Design: Jason Strangfeld
General Manager: Nina Lannan & Associates; Company Manager: Ken Davenport; Assistant Co. Mgr: Dean Strober
Production Stage Manager: Bonnie L. Becker; Production Manager: Theatresmith Inc.; Stage Manager: Pat Sosnow; Assistant Stage Mgr: Charles Underhill
Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Featuring "The Nuttycracker Suite" based on music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky; Conducted by Michael Rafter; Associate Conductor: Larry Goldberg; Assistant Conductor: Charles Descarfino; Music Preparation: Emily Grishman Music Preparation
General Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Dance Captain: David Eggers; Casting: Jim Carnahan; Marketing: TMG - The Marketing Group; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Asst. to the Choreographer: Jim Augustine; Associate Casting: Matt Schreiber
Cast
Angela Christian Miss Dorothy Brown
Gavin Creel
Broadway debut
Jimmy Smith (Mar 19, 2002 - Apr 27, 2003)
Sutton Foster Millie Dillmount (Mar 19, 2002 - Feb 15, 2004)
Harriet Harris Mrs. Meers (Mar 19, 2002 - Aug 03, 2003)
Francis Jue Bun Foo
Marc Kudisch Mr. Trevor Graydon
Ken Leung
Broadway debut
Ching Ho
Anne L. Nathan Miss Flannery (Mar 19, 2002 - Feb 29, 2004)
Sheryl Lee Ralph Muzzy Van Hossmere (Mar 19, 2002 - Apr 12, 2003)
Kate Baldwin Lucille
Daphne
Ensemble (Mar 19, 2002 - Aug 25, 2002)
Roxane Barlow Ensemble
Catherine Brunell Cora
Mathilde
Ensemble
Joyce Chittick Ethel Peas
Ensemble
Julie Connors Dorothy Parker
Ensemble
David Eggers Ensemble
Aldrin Gonzalez Dishwasher
Ensemble
Gregg Goodbrod
Broadway debut
One of Muzzy's Boys
Ensemble
Jessica Grové Rita
New Modern
Ensemble
Amy Heggins Ensemble
JoAnn M. Hunter Gloria
Ensemble
Alisa Klein Alice
Ensemble
Darren Lee One of Muzzy's Boys
Ensemble
Dan LoBuono One of Muzzy's Boys (Mar 19, 2002 - Oct 20, 2002)
Ensemble
John MacInnis One of Muzzy's Boys
Ensemble
Casey Nicholaw Speed Tappist
Officer
Dexter
Ensemble
Noah Racey Speed Tappist
George Gershwin
One of Muzzy's Boys
Ensemble
Aaron Ramey
Broadway debut
Rodney (Mar 19, 2002 - Aug 11, 2002)
Dishwasher
Ensemble
T. Oliver Reid One of Muzzy's Boys
Ensemble
Megan Sikora Ruth
Ensemble
Brandon Wardell Kenneth (Mar 19, 2002 - Jul 21, 2002)
Dishwasher
Ensemble
Swings: Melissa Bell Chait, J.P. Christensen, Susan Haefner and Matt Lashey
Standby: Sharon Scruggs (Mrs. Meers, Muzzy Van Hossmere)
Understudies: Kate Baldwin (Miss Dorothy Brown), Catherine Brunell (Millie Dillmount), Julie Connors (Miss Flannery), Gregg Goodbrod (Mr. Trevor Graydon), Jessica Grové (Miss Dorothy Brown), Susan Haefner (Millie Dillmount, Miss Flannery), JoAnn M. Hunter (Bun Foo), Francis Jue (Ching Ho), Darren Lee (Bun Foo, Ching Ho), Aaron Ramey (Jimmy Smith, Mr. Trevor Graydon) and Brandon Wardell (Jimmy Smith)
Tony Award®
winner 2002 Best Musical [winner]
Produced by Michael Leavitt, Fox Theatricals, Hal Luftig, Stewart F. Lane, James L. Nederlander, Independent Presenters Network, Libby Adler Mages, Mari Glick, Dori Berinstein, Jennifer Manocherian, Dramatic Forces (Dori Berinstein, Jennifer Manocherian, Peg McFeely Golden, Douglas Teitelbaum), John York Noble and Whoopi Goldberg
 2002 Best Book of a Musical [nominee]
Book by Richard Morris and Dick Scanlan
 2002 Best Original Musical Score [nominee]
New music by Jeanine Tesori; New lyrics by Dick Scanlan
 2002 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Gavin Creel
winner 2002 Best Actress in a Musical [winner]
Sutton Foster
 2002 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Marc Kudisch
winner 2002 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Harriet Harris
winner 2002 Best Costume Design [winner]
Martin Pakledinaz
winner 2002 Best Choreography [winner]
Rob Ashford
 2002 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Michael Mayer
winner 2002 Best Orchestrations [winner]
Doug Besterman
winner 2002 Best Orchestrations [winner]
Ralph Burns
Drama Desk Award
winner 2002 Outstanding New Musical [winner]
Produced by Michael Leavitt, Fox Theatricals, Hal Luftig, Stewart F. Lane, James L. Nederlander, Independent Presenters Network, Libby Adler Mages, Mari Glick, Dori Berinstein, Jennifer Manocherian, Dramatic Forces (Dori Berinstein, Jennifer Manocherian, Peg McFeely Golden, Douglas Teitelbaum), John York Noble and Whoopi Goldberg
 2002 Outstanding Book of a Musical [nominee]
Book by Richard Morris and Dick Scanlan
winner 2002 Outstanding Actress in a Musical [winner]
Sutton Foster
 2002 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Marc Kudisch
winner 2002 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Harriet Harris
 2002 Outstanding Choreography [nominee]
Rob Ashford
winner 2002 Outstanding Director of a Musical [winner]
Directed by Michael Mayer
winner 2002 Outstanding Orchestrations [winner]
Doug Besterman
winner 2002 Outstanding Orchestrations [winner]
Ralph Burns
 2002 Outstanding Lyrics [nominee]
New lyrics by Dick Scanlan
 2002 Outstanding Set Design of a Musical [nominee]
Scenic Design by David Gallo
 2002 Outstanding Music [nominee]
New music by Jeanine Tesori
 2002 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Martin Pakledinaz
music by Jeanine Tesori; lyrics by Dick Scanlan
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Not for the Life of Me Millie Dillmount
Thoroughly Modern Millie
(music by James Van Heusen; lyrics by Sammy Cahn)
Millie Dillmount and Ensemble
Not for the Life of Me (Reprise)Ruth, Gloria, Rita, Alice, Cora and Lucille
How the Other Half Lives Miss Dorothy Brown and Millie Dillmount
Not for the Life of Me (Reprise)Ching Ho and Bun Foo
The Speed Test
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan)
Mr. Trevor Graydon, Millie Dillmount, Miss Flannery and Office Workers
They Don't Know Mrs. Meers
The Nuttycracker Suite (based on the music by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky) Millie Dillmount, Miss Dorothy Brown, Jimmy Smith, Gloria, Alice, Ruth and Speakeasy Patrons
What Do I Need with Love? Jimmy Smith
Only in New York Muzzy Van Hossmere
Jimmy
(music by Jeanine Tesori and Jay Thompson; lyrics by Dick Scanlan and Jay Thompson)
Millie Dillmount
ACT 2Sung By
Forget About the Boy Millie Dillmount, Miss Flannery and Typists
I'm Falling in Love with Someone
(music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Rida Johnson Young)
Mr. Trevor Graydon and Miss Dorothy Brown
I Turned the Corner Jimmy Smith and Millie Dillmount
Muqin
(music by Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young and Walter Donaldson; lyrics by Dick Scanlan, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young and Walter Donaldson)
Mrs. Meers, Ching Ho and Bun Foo
Long as I'm Here with You Muzzy Van Hossmere, Millie Dillmount and Ensemble
Gimme Gimme Millie Dillmount
The Speed Test (Reprise)
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan)
Millie Dillmount, Mr. Trevor Graydon, Jimmy Smith and Muzzy Van Hossmere
Thoroughly Modern Millie (Reprise)
(music by James Van Heusen; lyrics by Sammy Cahn)
Jimmy Smith, Miss Dorothy Brown and Moderns