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Adelphi Theatre, (1/09/1947 - 5/17/1947)
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Opening Date: Jan 09, 1947    
Closing Date: May 17, 1947 Total Performances: 148

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: A sidewalk in New York City.

Production Staff
Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman and The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; S.N. Behrman; Elmer Rice; Robert E. Sherwood; Sidney Howard)
Music by Kurt Weill; Lyrics by Langston Hughes; Book by Elmer Rice; Based on the play by Elmer Rice; Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel
Staged by Charles Friedman; Musical Staging by Anna Sokolow
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard
Helen ArdenGreta Fiorentino
Sheila BondMae Jones
Bennett BurrillCharlie Hildebrand
Ellen CarleenNursemaid
Joyce CarrolMusic Pupil
Norma ChambersShirley Kaplan
Norman CordonFrank Maurrant
Marion CoveyGraduate
Danny DanielsDick McGann
Hope EmersonEmma Jones
Helen FergusonGrace Davis
Juliana GallagherMary Hildbrand
Russell GeorgeMilkman
Lauren GilbertSteve Sankey
Peter GriffithWillie Maurrant
Zosia GruchalaGraduate
Beverly JanisJennie Hildebrand
Anne JeffreysRose Maurrant
Irving KaufmanAbraham Kaplan
Ellen LaneLaura Hildebrand
Paul LillyFred Cullen
Remo LotaDaniel Buchanan
Roy MunsellInterne
Edwin G. OConnorDr. John Wilson
Robert PiersonVincent Jones
Sydney RaynerLippo Fiorentino
Edward ReichertOld-Clothes Man
Ellen ReppOlga Olsen
Don SaxonHarry Easter
Joseph E. ScandurHusband
Wilson SmithCarl Olsen
Polyna StoskaAnna Maurrant
Brian SullivanSam Kaplan
John SweetAmbulance Driver
Randolph SymonetteCity Marshall James Henry
Ernest TaylorPoliceman
David E. ThomasGeorge Jones
Creighton ThompsonHenry Davis
Norman ThompsonOfficer Harry Murphy
Peggy TurnleyNursemaid
Bette VanWife
Tony Award®
winner 1947 Best Original Score [winner] 
 Music by Kurt Weill
winner 1947 Best Costume Design [winner] 
  Lucinda Ballard
music by Kurt Weill; lyrics by Langston Hughes
ACT 1 Sung By
Ain't It Awful, the Heat?Greta Fiorentino, Emma Jones, Olga Olsen, Abraham Kaplan, Carl Olsen and Neighbors
I Got a Marble and a StarHenry Davis
Get a Load of ThatEmma Jones, Greta Fiorentino and Olga Olsen
When a Woman Has a BabyDaniel Buchanan, Greta Fiorentino, Emma Jones and Anna Maurrant
Somehow I Never Could BelieveAnna Maurrant
Get a Load of ThatEmma Jones, Greta Fiorentino, George Jones and Carl Olsen
Ice CreamLippo Fiorentino, Emma Jones, Greta Fiorentino, Henry Davis, George Jones, Carl Olsen and Olga Olsen
Let Things Be Like They Always WasFrank Maurrant
Wrapped in a Ribbon and Tied in a BowJennie Hildebrand and Neighbors
Lonely HouseSam Kaplan
Wouldn't You Like to be on BroadwayHarry Easter
What Good Would the Moon BeRose Maurrant
Moon-Faced, Starry-EyedDick McGann and Mae Jones
Remember That I CareSam Kaplan and Rose Maurrant
ACT 2 Sung By
Catch Me If You CanCharlie Hildebrand, Mary Hildbrand, Willie Maurrant and Children
There'll Be TroubleFrank Maurrant, Anna Maurrant and Rose Maurrant
A Boy Like YouFrank Maurrant
We'll Go Away TogetherSam Kaplan and Rose Maurrant
The Woman Who Lived Up ThereEnsemble
I Loved Her, TooFrank Maurrant, Rose Maurrant and Ensemble
Don't Forget the Lilac BushSam Kaplan and Rose Maurrant
Ain't It Awful, the Heat (Reprise) Greta Fiorentino, Emma Jones, Olga Olsen and Abraham Kaplan