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A Family Affair   

 
Billy Rose Theatre, (1/27/1962 - 3/25/1962)
First Preview: Jan 24, 1962 Total Previews: 5
Opening Date: Jan 27, 1962    
Closing Date: Mar 25, 1962 Total Performances: 65

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Chicago and its suburbs. Present.



Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Billy Rose
Produced by Andrew Siff
Book by James Goldman, John Kander and William Goldman; Music by James Goldman, John Kander and William Goldman; Lyrics by James Goldman, John Kander and William Goldman; Musical and Vocal Direction by Stanley Lebowsky; Music orchestrated by Robert Ginzler; Dance arrangements by Gerald Alters
Directed by Harold Prince; Choreographed by John Butler; Musical Numbers Staged by Bob Herget
Scenic Design by David Hays; Costume Design by Robert Fletcher; Lighting Design by David Hays; Hair Stylist: Grady Bundrick
General Manager: Joseph Harris; Company Manager: Ira Bernstein
Production Stage Manager: Richard Evans; Stage Manager: James Bronson
Music Contractor: Emory Davis; Supervisor Copyist: Mathilde Pincus
General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson; Press Representative: Lila Glaser; Advertising: Ingram Ash
Cast
Shelley BermanAlfie Nathan
Eileen HeckartTilly Siegal
Morris CarnovskyMorris Siegal
Rita GardnerSally Nathan
Larry KertGerry Siegal
Bibi OsterwaldMiss Lumpe
Tom AbbottDancer
Lulu BatesMother Lederer
Eddie BeckerEmil Lederer
Singer
Robert BishopDancer
Theodora BrandonSinger
Jean BrunoBig Sadie Lederer
Singer
Charlene CarterBrash Girl
Dancer
Lynne CharnayBernice Lederer
Gino ConfortiHarry Latz
Don CrabtreeSimon Lederer
Cathryn DamonJenny Stone
Jack De LonMr. Weaver
Yettanda EnelowHelene Lederer
Singer
Randy GarfieldChristopher Sanditz
Sam GreeneWolfgang Demott
Sports Announcer
Singer
Ferdinand HiltMorton Lederer
Jeremy IvesDancer
Bob LaCrosseDancer
Linda Lavin
Broadway debut
Wilma
Crying Daughter
Fifi of Paris
Quiet Girl
Singer
Gary LeathermanSinger
Ripple LewisSinger
Bill LintonMilton Lederer
Joan LoweCindy
Bill McDonaldKenwood Sanditz
Alice NunnMother
Stop and Shop Answering Service
Singer
Kelli ScottIrma
Singer
Carolsue ShaerBetty Jane
Dancer
Maggie TaskLittle Sadie Lederer
Singer
Beryl TowbinBabs Sanditz
Paula TruemanMrs. Forsythe
Barbara Ann WaltersSelma Siegal
Singer
Judi WestMarie Rose
Dancer
Understudies: Jean Bruno (Big Sadie Lederer, Mother Lederer), Lynne Charnay (Tilly Siegal), Gino Conforti (Kenwood Sanditz), Sam Greene (Morton Lederer, Simon Lederer), Ferdinand Hilt (Morris Siegal), Kenneth Kealey (Christopher Sanditz), Linda Lavin (Babs Sanditz), Gary Leatherman (Gerry Siegal, Harry Latz), Ripple Lewis (Milton Lederer, Mr. Weaver), Bill Linton (Alfie Nathan), Joan Lowe (Jenny Stone), Alice Nunn (Miss Lumpe), Kelli Scott (Sally Nathan) and Barbara Ann Walters (Mrs. Forsythe)
ACT 1 Sung By
Anything for YouGerry Siegal and Sally Nathan
BeautifulAlfie Nathan
Beautiful (Reprise) Tilly Siegal
My Son, the LawyerTilly Siegal, Mother Lederer, Babs Sanditz and Ladies
Every Girl Wants to Get MarriedSally Nathan and Babs Sanditz
Right GirlsAlfie Nathan, Mr. Weaver and the Gentlemen of the Gym
Kalua BayTilly Siegal and Morris Siegal
There's a Room in My HouseGerry Siegal and Sally Nathan
Siegal Marching SongBabs Sanditz and her Family
Nathan Marching SongAlfie Nathan and his Friends
HarmonyMiss Lumpe, Mr. Weaver, Harry Latz and Fifi of Paris
ACT 2 Sung By
Now, MorrisMorris Siegal
Wonderful PartyGerry Siegal and Kenwood Sanditz
RevengeAlfie Nathan and the Voices
Summer Is OverTilly Siegal
Harmony (Reprise) Alfie Nathan, Tilly Siegal, Miss Lumpe and their Staffs
I'm Worse Than AnybodyTilly Siegal, Morris Siegal and Alfie Nathan
What I Say GoesGerry Siegal
The WeddingEverybody