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Majestic Theatre, (4/19/1945 - 5/24/1947)
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Opening Date: Apr 19, 1945    
Closing Date: May 24, 1947 Total Performances: 890

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: New England. 1873 - 1888.

Production Staff
Theatre Operated by the Magoro Operating Corporation
Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors)
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Based on "Liliom" by Ferenc Molnár; Adapted from "Liliom" by Benjamin F. Glazer; Musical Director: Joseph Littau; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman
Directed by Rouben Mamoulian; Choreographed by Agnes De Mille
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Lisa Jalowetz; Assistant to Mr. White: John Birchenall
Company Manager: John H. Potter
General Stage Manager: Andy Anderson; Stage Manager: John Fearnley; Assistant Stage Mgr: Verlyn Webb and Herman Magidson
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff
Asst. to the Choreographer: Robert Pagent; General Press Representative: Alfred H. Tamarin; Press Representative: Dick Weaver; Production Assistant: Bea Lawrence; Assistant to the Composer: Margot Hopkins
David AhdarDancer
Connie BaxterArminy Livermore
Peter BirchBoatswain
Robert Byrn1st Policeman
Anne CalvertSinger
Martha CarverSinger
Jean CastoMrs. Mullin
Diane ChadwickDancer
Neil ChiricoSinger
Jan ClaytonJulie Jordan
Josephine CollinsSinger
Russell CollinsStarkeeper
Dr. Seldon
Kathleen ComegysLouise's Friend
Margaret CuddyDancer
Jean DarlingCarrie Pipperidge
Margaretta De ValeraDancer
Andrea DowningDancer
Tom DuffeySinger
Larry Evers2nd Policeman
Lew FoldesJuggler
Franklyn FoxDavid Bascombe
Louis FreedSinger
Lester FreedmanPrincipal
Richard H. GordonJonathan Chase
John HarroldSinger
Lynn JoelsonDancer
Christine JohnsonNettie Fowler
Sonia JoroffDancer
Joan KeenanJennie
Pearl LangJune Girl
Lee LauterburDancer
Kenneth LeRoyDancer
Charles LeightonSinger
Bambi LinnLouise
Ralph LinnEnoch Snow, Jr.
William LundiDancer
Annabelle LyonHannah Bentley
Frank MarascoDancer
Eric MattsonEnoch Snow
Tom McDuffie2nd Heavenly Friend
Marilyn MerktPenny Sinclair
Beatrice MillerSinger
Ruth MillerDancer
Ginna MoiseVirginia Frazer
Robert PagentCarnival Boy
John RaittBilly Bigelow
Ernest RichmanDancer
Blake RitterCaptain
Elena SalamatovaDancer
Jimsey SomersJessie
Mimi StronginBessie
Marjory SvetlikDancer
Suzanne TafelSusan Peters
Gordon TaylorSinger
Ralph TuckerLouise's Friend
Jay Velie1st Heavenly Friend
Brother Joshua
Murvyn VyeJigger Craigin
Verlyn WebbSinger
Polly WelchDancer
Fern WhitneyDancer
Glory WillsSinger
Iva WithersSinger
Theatre World
winner 1947 Award [recipient] 
  Ann Crowley
winner 1945 Award [recipient] 
  Bambi Linn
winner 1945 Award [recipient] 
  John Raitt
ACT 1 Sung By
Carousel Waltz
You're a Queer One, Julie JordanCarrie Pipperidge and Julie Jordan
When I Marry Mister SnowCarrie Pipperidge
If I Loved YouBilly Bigelow and Julie Jordan
June Is Bustin' Out All OverNettie Fowler, Carrie Pipperidge, Ensemble and Dancing Ensemble
When I Marry Mister Snow (Reprise) Carrie Pipperidge, Enoch Snow and Girls
When the Children Are AsleepEnoch Snow and Carrie Pipperidge
Blow High, Blow LowJigger Craigin, Billy Bigelow, Male Chorus and Dancers
SoliloquyBilly Bigelow
ACT 2 Sung By
This Was A Real Nice ClambakeCarrie Pipperidge, Nettie Fowler, Julie Jordan, Enoch Snow and Ensemble
Geraniums in the Winder / Stonecutters Cut It on StoneEnoch Snow
What's the Use of Wond'rinJulie Jordan
You'll Never Walk AloneNettie Fowler
If I Loved You (Reprise) Billy Bigelow
You'll Never Walk Alone (Reprise) Company