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Seventh Heaven   

 
ANTA Playhouse, (5/26/1955 - 7/02/1955)
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Opening Date: May 26, 1955    
Closing Date: Jul 02, 1955 Total Performances: 44

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and around Paris. 1914-1918.



Production Staff
Produced by Gant Gaither and William Bacher
Original play produced by John Golden
Music by Victor Young; Lyrics by Stella Unger; Book by Victor Wolfson and Stella Unger; Based on the play by Austin Strong; Musical Director: Max Meth; Music orchestrated by David Terry; Choral director: Crane Calder
Directed by John C. Wilson; Choreographed by Peter Gennaro; Uncredited show doctoring by Jerome Robbins
Scenic Design by Marcel Vertés; Costume Design by Marcel Vertés; Lighting Design by Feder; Make-Up Design by Eddie Senz
General Manager: Robert Willey; Managing Director: Louis A. Lotito
Production Stage Manager: Ward Bishop; Stage Manager: Earl J. Brisgal and Ernestine Perrie
Orchestra Contractor: Morris Stonzek
Casting: David Graham; Assistant to the Producers: John Foreman; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner; Assistant to the Director: Edward Padula; Asst. to the Choreographer: Lee Becker
Cast
Gloria DeHavenDiane
Kurt KasznarBoule
Ricardo MontalbanChico
Winifred AinsleeFlower Vendor
Singer
Beatrice ArthurMme. Suze
Lee BeckerStreetwalker
Dancer
Malcolm Lee BeggsFather Chevillon
Walter BrandinPoliceman
Singer
George BurlesFrench Official
Singer
William CarsonOrgan Grinder
Singer
John CarterDandy
Singer
Robert ClaryFleegle (The Rat)
David CollyerGobin
Philip CookFirst Sailor
Dancer
Dominic CorteseAccordionist
Victor DuntiereDancer
Bonnie EvansStreetwalker
Dancer
Joseph FlynnBaker Boy
Second American Solider
Singer
William GuskeDancer
Edmund HallApache
Singer
Patricia HammerleeCollette
Gwen HarmonSinger
Barclay HodgesChild
Ferdi HoffmanVulmir
Leo KayworthSecond Sailor
Singer
Nancy LynchMidinette
Dancer
Joy MarleneSecond Nun
Singer
Scott MerrillInspector
Alexandra MossSinger
Ralph QuistStreet Cleaner
First American Soldier
Singer
Gerrianne RaphaelCamille
Chita RiveraFifi
Ray Saint JacquesFirst Sengalese
First French Soldier
Singer
Philip SalemDancer
Jeanne SchlegelHousewife
Singer
Betty Jane SeagleChild
Helena SeroyStreetwalker
Dancer
Barbara StabileChild
Nanette VezinaFirst Nun
Singer
Rebecca VornoDancer
James E. WallSecond Sengalese
Second French Soldier
Singer
Ralph WayneApache
Singer
Jimmy WhiteArtist
Dancer
Understudies: Winifred Ainslee (Mme. Suze), Lee Becker (Fifi), Walter Brandin (Father Chevillon, Gobin), David Collyer (Boule), Philip Cook (Inspector), Bonnie Evans (Collette), Joe Flynn (Fleegle (The Rat)), Leo Kayworth (Vulmir), Scott Merrill (Chico), Gerrianne Raphael (Diane) and Helena Seroy (Camille)
music by Victor Young; lyrics by Stella Unger
ACT 1 Sung By
C'est la VieFleegle (The Rat), Boule, Suze and Company
Where Is That Somone for Me?Diane
Camille, Collette, FifiFifi, Collette and Camille
Man with a DreamChico and Company
Remarkable FellowChico, Fifi, Inspector and Company
If It's a DreamDiane
Happy Little CrookFleegle (The Rat)
Sun at My Window, Love at My DoorDiane, Chico and Company
Where Is That Somone for Me? (Reprise) Diane
Glove DanceDancers
ACT 2 Sung By
A Miss You KissChico and Company
Camille, Collette, Fifi (Reprise) Fifi, Collette and Camille
Chico's Reverie (White and Gold Ballet)Company
Love, Love, LoveCamille, Collette, Fifi and Dancer
If It's a Dream (Reprise) Diane
Love Sneaks Up on YouFleegle (The Rat) and Collette
FinaleEntire Company