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Catch a Star!   

 
Plymouth Theatre, (9/06/1955 - 9/24/1955)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 06, 1955    
Closing Date: Sep 24, 1955 Total Performances: 23

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Revue in Two Acts



Production Staff
Produced by Sy Kleinman
Sketches by Danny Simon and Neil Simon; Music by Sammy Fain and Philip Charig; Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster and Ray Golden; Ballet music composed by Herb Schutz; Additional Material by Lee Adams; Music orchestrated by Milton Greene; Musical Director: Milton Greene
Sketches directed by Danny Simon; Dances and musical numbers staged by: Lee Sherman; Entire production conceived and supervised by Ray Golden
Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang; Costume Design by Thomas Becher
General Manager: Arthur Klein
Production Stage Manager: Gene Perlowin; Stage Manager: John Foster and Bill Smillie
Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Karl Bernstein; Revue co-ordinated by Robert Nesbitt
Cast
Trude AdamsGirl in "To Be or Not To Be in Love"
Marc BreauxAmbulance Attendant
Sheriff
Gus
Boy in "To Be or Not To Be in Love"
Private Eye
Dancer
Boy in "Twist My Arm"
Couples
The Frenchman
David BurnsProducer
Max Dillingbert
First Man in "Room for Rent"
Town Crier
Adrian
Pat CarrollThe Ingenue
Trixie
Girl in "Las Vegas"
Southern Belle
Co-respondent
Mom
Mrs. Ennis
Denny DesmondThief
Hawker
Posse
Customer
Bellhop
Sailor
First Man in "Arty"
Boy in "Gruntled"
Stage Manager
Actor
Truck Driver
Elaine DunnSecretary
The Traveler
Private Eye's Wife
Dancer
Girl in "Twist My Arm"
Couples
Girl in "Fly Little Heart"
Undine ForrestModel
Lucille
Phoebe
Belle
Glamour Girl
First Woman
Helen HalpinWaitress
Dorothy
Kitty
Member of the Quartet
Plaintiff
Girl in "Gruntled"
Calvin HoltMagician
Posse
Member of the Quartet
Bailiff
Dancer
Couples
Kay MaloneWoman With Baby Carriage
Harriett
Folk Singer
Belle
Glamour Girl
Second Woman
Fourth Roomer
Wayne SherwoodSinger
Policeman
Pete
Killer
Bellhop
Member of the Quartet
Second Man in "Room for Rent"
Basketman
Sonny SparksLabonza
Second Roomer
Defendant
Second Man in "Arty"
The Body
Tennis Player
Jack WakefieldStage Doorman
Military Pilot
Man
Harry
First Roomer
Judge
Arty
The Reject
Lynne BretonnThird Roomer

Mickey CalinPatient
Posse
Bellhop
Sailor
Character
Couples
First Man in "Matrimonial Agency"
Lillian D'HonauChorus Girl
Improper Bostonian
Actress
Girl in "One Hour Ahead of the Posse"
Belle
Glamour Girl
Couples
Carol FieldMartha
Folk Singer
Basketwoman
Miss B
Character
Louise GoldenSecretary
Improper Bostonian
Girl in "Carnival in Court"
Dancer
Carl JeffreyAmbulance Attendant
Posse
Bellhop
Dancer
Rhoda KernsMagician's Assistant
Hazel
Folk Singer
Glamour Girl
Kay KingstonCharity Collector
Florence
First Shopper
SigynChorus Girl
Improper Bostonian
Girl in "Carnival in Court"
Dancer
Couples
Tony Award®
 1956 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Pat Carroll

ACT 1 Sung By
Catch a Star!
(music by Sammy Fain; lyrics by Paul Francis Webster)
Singer
Everybody Wants to Be in Show Business
(music by Phil Charig; lyrics by Ray Golden)
Producer , Stage Doorman, Thief, Policeman, Magician, Magician's Assistant, Model, Woman With Baby Carriage, Ambulance Attendants, Patient, Chorus Girls, Waitress, Secretaries and Charity Collector
A Little Traveling Music
(music by Hal Borne; lyrics by Paul Francis Webster and Ray Golden)
The Traveler and Three Improper Bostonians
One Hour Ahead of the Posse
(music by Phil Charig; lyrics by Ray Golden and Dave Ormont)
Killer, Girl, Sheriff, Posse and Folk Singers
Las Vegas
(music by Sy Kleinman; lyrics by Ray Golden and Lee Adams)
Girl and Bellhops
To Be or Not To Be in Love
(music by Phil Charig; lyrics by Ray Golden, Dan Shapiro and Milton Pascal)
Girl and Boy
The Story of Alice
(music by Jerry Bock; lyrics by Larry Holofcener)
Quartet
What a Song Can Do
(music by Bernie Wayne and Lee Norris; lyrics by Bernie Wayne and Lee Norris)
Carnival in Court
(music by Jay Navarro; lyrics by Ray Golden and I.A.L. Diamond)
Town Crier, Bailiff, Two Girls, Judge, Plaintiff, Defendant, Private Eye, Private Eye's Wife, Co-respondent, Three Belles, Two Sailors, Basketman and Basketwoman
ACT 2 Sung By
Twist My Arm
(music by Sammy Fain; lyrics by Paul Francis Webster)
Girl and Boy
New Hollywood Plots
(music by Sammy Fain; lyrics by Paul Francis Webster)
Foreign Cars
(music by Norman Martin; lyrics by Norman Martin)
Gruntled
(music by Ray Golden, Sy Kleinman and Phil Charig; lyrics by Ray Golden, Sy Kleinman and Phil Charig)
Girl, Boy and Three Couples
Fly Little Heart
(music by Jerry Bock; lyrics by Larry Holofcener)
Girl
Bachelor Hoedown
(music by Jerry Bock; lyrics by Larry Holofcener)
Boffola
(music by Phil Charig; lyrics by Milton Pascal, Dan Shapiro and Ray Golden)
Entire Company