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Brigadoon   

 
Ziegfeld Theatre , (3/13/1947 - 7/31/1948)
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Opening Date:Mar 13, 1947   
Closing Date:Jul 31, 1948 Total Performances:581

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Scottish Highlands and New York City.


Production Staff
Produced by Cheryl Crawford
Music by Frederick Loewe; Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Book by Alan Jay Lerner; Musical Director: Franz Allers; Music orchestrated by Ted Royal; Vocal arrangements by Frederick Loewe
Staged by Robert Lewis; Choreographed by Agnes De Mille
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by David Ffolkes; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark; Assistant to Mr. Ffolkes: Frank Thompson
General Manager: John Yorke; Company Manager: William T. Blair
Technical Director: Peggy Clark; Production Stage Manager: Ward Bishop; Stage Manager: Jules Racine; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Herman
Orchestra Manager: Sol Gusikoff
Musical Assistant to Miss de Mille: Trude Rittman; Press Director: Wolfe Kaufman; Press Representative: Mary Ward; Production Assistant: Bea Lawrence; Casting: Dick Lamarr
Cast
Delbert Anderson Singer
Paul Anderson Stuart Dalrymple
Nathan Baker Dancer
Marion Bell Fiona MacLaren
Forrest Bonshire Dancer
Kay Borron Singer
Virginia Bosler Jean MacLaren
Pamela Britton Meg Brockie
David Brooks Tommy Albright
Arthur Carroll Singer
Frances Charles Jane Ashton
Wanda Cochran Singer
Edward Cullen Andrew MacLaren
Richard D'Arcy Dancer
George Drake Sword Dancer
Dancer
Lois Eastman Singer
Lidija Franklin Maggie Anderson
Dancer
Lydia Fredericks Singer
Anna Friedland Dancer
Helen Gallagher Dancer
Phyllis Gehrig Dancer
Hayes Gordon Singer
Jeanne Grant Singer
Roland Guerard Sword Dancer
Dancer
William Hansen Mr. Lundie
Dorothy Hill Dancer
Arthur Horn Bagpiper
Margaret Hunter Kate MacQueen
Singer
George Keane Jeff Douglas
Bunty Kelley Fishmonger
Dancer
Mark Kramer Singer
Ina Kurland Dancer
Kenneth Le Roy Dancer
Olga Lunick Dancer
Robert Lussier Singer
James MacFadden Bagpiper
Mary Martinet Dancer
Linda Mason Singer
Tommy Matthews Singer
Keny McCord Singer
Charles McCraw Dancer
James Mitchell Harry Beaton
Virginia Oswald Singer
Eleanor Parker Singer
John Paul Frank
Michael Raymond Singer
Earl Redding MacGregor
Singer
Shirley Robbins Singer
Walter Scheff Angus McGuffie
John Schmidt Singer
Stanley Simmons Dancer
Faye Elizabeth Smith Singer
Elliot Sullivan Archie Beaton
Lee Sullivan Charlie Dalrymple
Betty Templeton Singer
Kirsten Valbor Dancer
Paul Valin Singer
Allen Waine Dancer
Jeffrey Warren Sandy Dean
Singer
William Weber Dancer
Tony Award®
winner 1947 Best Choreography [winner]
Agnes De Mille
Theatre World
nominee 1947 Award [recipient]
Marion Bell
nominee 1947 Award [recipient]
George Keane
nominee 1947 Award [recipient]
James Mitchell
music by Frederick Loewe; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
ACT 1Sung By
Once in the Highlands Chorus
Brigadoon Chorus
Down on MacConnachy Square Sandy Dean, Meg Brockie and Townsfolk
Waitin' For My Dearie Fiona MacLaren and Girls
I'll Go Home With Bonnie Jean Charlie Dalrymple and Townsfolk
The Heather on the Hill Tommy Albright and Fiona MacLaren
The Love of My Life Meg Brockie
Jeannie's Packing Up Girls
Come to Me, Bend to Me Charlie Dalrymple
Almost Like Being in Love Tommy Albright and Fiona MacLaren
The Wedding Dance Jean MacLaren, Charlie Dalrymple and Dancers
The Sword Dance Harry Beaton, Sword Dancers and Dancers
ACT 2Sung By
The Chase Men of Brigadoon
There But For You Go I Tommy Albright
My Mother's Weddin' Day Meg Brockie and Townsfolk
Funeral Dance Maggie Anderson
From This Day On Tommy Albright and Fiona MacLaren
Come to Me, Bend to Me (Reprise)Fiona MacLaren
The Heather on the Hill (Reprise)Fiona MacLaren
I'll Go Home With Bonnie Jean (Reprise)Charlie Dalrymple
From This Day On (Reprise)Tommy Albright and Fiona MacLaren
Down on MacConnachy Square (Reprise)Townsfolk
Finale