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A Connecticut Yankee   

 
Martin Beck Theatre , (11/17/1943 - 3/11/1944)
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Opening Date:Nov 17, 1943   
Closing Date:Mar 11, 1944 Total Performances:135

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Hartford in 1927 and Camelot in 543 A.D.


Production Staff
Produced by Richard Rodgers
Music by Richard Rodgers; Book by Herbert Fields; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Based on the novel by Mark Twain; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Musical Director: George Hirst; Vocal arrangements by Buck Warnick
Directed by John C. Wilson; Choreographed by William Holbrook and Al White, Jr.
Scenic Design by Nat Karson; Lighting Design by Nat Karson; Costume Design by Nat Karson
Cast
Katherine Anderson Queen Guinevere
in the play
Mimi Berry Maid Angela
lady-in-waiting to Morgan le Fay, in the play
Dorothy Blute Dancing Girl
Tad Bruce Dancing Boy
Carole Burke Dancing Girl
Buster Burnell Dancing Boy
Robert Byrn Lt. (J.G.) Kenneth Kay
U.S.N
Sir Kay the Seneschal
in the play
Stuart Casey Capt. Lawrence Lake
U.S.N.
Sir Launcelot of the Lake
in the play
John Cherry Judge Thurston Merrill
Merlin
Robert Chisholm Admiral Arthur K. Arthur
U.S.N.
King Arthur of Britain
in the play
Pittman Corry Dancing Boy
Marjorie Cowen Singing Girl
Frank De Winters Dancing Boy
Eleanor Eberle Dancing Girl
Bee Farnum Dancing Girl
Dick Foran Lt. Martin Barrett
U.S.N.
Lester Freedman Singing Boy
Bob Gari Dancing Boy
Virginia Gorski Dancing Girl
Toni Hart Singing Girl
Vincent Henry Singing Boy
Craig Holden Singing Boy
William Hunter Dancing Boy
Janet Joy Dancing Girl
Hal Loman Dancing Boy
William Lundy Dancing Boy
Jack Lyons Dancing Boy
Rose Marie Magrill Dancing Girl
Frances Martone Dancing Girl
Linda Mason Singing Girl
Mary McDonnell Dancing Girl
Wayne McIntyre Singing Boy
Jere McMahon Ensign Allan Gwynn
U.S.N.
Sir Gawain
Beth Nichols Dancing Girl
Murnai Pins Dancing Girl
Dorothy Poplar Dancing Girl
Joyce Ring Dancing Girl
Rosemary Sankey Dancing Girl
Vivienne Segal Lt. Fay Merrill
W.A.V.E.
Queen Morgan Le Fay
in the play
Chester Stratton Ensign Gerald Lake
U.S.N.
Sir Galahad
Launcelot's son, in the play
Helen Vent Dancing Girl
Vera-Ellen Mistress Evelyn Al Belle-Ans
in the play
Julie Warren Corp. Alice Courtleigh
W.A.C.
The Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise
in the play
Martha Emma Watson Singing Girl
Violetta Weems Dancing Girl
Doris York Dancing Girl
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
ACT 1Sung By
This Is My Night to Howl Fay Morgan and Ensemble
My Heart Stood Still Martin and Alice Carter
Thou Swell Martin and Alice Carter
At the Round Table The Company
On a Desert Island with Thee Mistress Evelyn Al Belle-Ans (in the play), Sir Galahad (Launcelot's son, in the play), Sir Gawain and Ensemble
To Keep My Love Alive Queen Morgan Le Fay (in the play)
My Heart Stood Still (Reprise)Martin and The Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise (in the play)
ACT 2Sung By
Ye Lunchtime Follies Sir Galahad (Launcelot's son, in the play) and Ensemble
Can't You Do a Friend a Favor? Queen Morgan Le Fay (in the play) and Martin
Thou Swell (Reprise)Martin and The Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise (in the play)
I Feel At Home With You Sir Galahad (Launcelot's son, in the play), Mistress Evelyn Al Belle-Ans (in the play), Sir Gawain and Ensemble
You Always Love the Same Girl Martin and King Arthur of Britain (in the play)
The Camelot Samba Sir Gawain and Ensemble