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Saratoga   

 
Winter Garden Theatre , (12/07/1959 - 2/13/1960)
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Opening Date:Dec 07, 1959   
Closing Date:Feb 13, 1960 Total Performances:80

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New Orleans, 1880; Saratoga; Binghamton, NY.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Robert Fryer
Dramatized by Morton Da Costa; Based on "Saratoga Trunk" by Edna Ferber; Music by Harold Arlen; Lyrics by Johnny Mercer; Musical Director: Jerry Arlen; Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene; Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang; Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot
Directed by Morton Da Costa; Choreographed by Ralph Beaumont
Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton; Costume Design by Cecil Beaton; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Assistant to Mr. Beaton: Richard Randolph; Costume Coordinator: Robert Mackintosh; Hair Stylist: Ronald De Mann
General Manager: Ben F. Stein; Company Manager: Arthur Klein
Production Stage Manager: Edward Padula; Stage Manager: Duane Camp
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Nat Brown
General Press Representative: Arthur Cantor
Cast
Howard Keel Clint Maroon
Carol Lawrence Clio Dulaine
Odette Myrtil Belle Piquery
Socrates Birsky Ensemble
John Blanchard Ensemble
Carol Brice Kakou
Betsy Bridge Ensemble
Beatrice Bushkin Madame Dulaine
Ensemble
Virginia Capers The Charwoman
Ensemble
Natalie Core Grandmother Dulaine
Mrs. Porcelain
Joseph Crawford Ensemble
Lanier Davis M. LaFosse
Ensemble
Paul Dixon Ensemble
Ray Dooley Bart Van Steed
Vito Durante Ensemble
José Falcion Ensemble
Julius Fields Ensemble
John Ford Ensemble
Jerry Fries Ensemble
Truman Gaige Editor
M. Begué
Mr. Gould
Gene Gavin Ensemble
Richard Graham M. Augustin Haussey
Frank Green Haberdashery Clerk
Ensemble
Isabella Hoopes Clarissa Van Steed
Nathaniel Horne Ensemble
Barney Johnston Fabric Salesman
Ensemble
Edith King Mrs. Sophie Bellop
Martha King Mrs. LeClerc
Ensemble
Louis Kosman Ensemble
Ina Kurland Ensemble
Brenda Long Maudey
Child
Jeannine Masterson Ensemble
Charlotte Thérèse
Jack Matthew Ensemble
James Millhollin Mr. Bean
Oran Osburn Ensemble
John Pero Ensemble
Harold Pierson Ensemble
Albert Popwell The Carpenter
Ensemble
Charles Queenan Ensemble
Gerrianne Raphael Daisy Porcelain
Ensemble
Augie Rios Shorty
Child
Wayne Robertson Child
Carol Taylor Ensemble
Merritt Thompson Ensemble
Tun Tun Cupide
Lois Van Pelt Ensemble
Janyce Wagner Miss Diggs
Ensemble
Beverly Jane Welch Ensemble
Linda Wright Child
Mark Zeller Léon
a waiter
The Drapery Man
Ensemble
Understudies: Louise Buckley (Clarissa Van Steed), Beatrice Bushkin (Mrs. Porcelain), Virginia Capers (Kakou), Natalie Core (Belle Piquery, Mrs. Sophie Bellop), Lanier Davis (Bart Van Steed), Ray Dooley (Clint Maroon), Truman Gaige (M. Augustin Haussey, Mr. Bean), Gerrianne Raphael (Clio Dulaine), Sammy Ross (Cupide) and Carol Taylor (Daisy Porcelain)
Tony Award®
 1960 Best Scenic Design (Musical) [nominee]
Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton
winner 1960 Best Costume Design [winner]
Cecil Beaton
music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer
ACT 1Sung By
I'll Be Respectable Clio Dulaine
One Step-Two Step Clio Dulaine, Shorty, Maudey and Ensemble
Gettin' a Man Belle Piquery and Kakou
Petticoat High Charwoman, Clio Dulaine, Belle Piquery, Cupide and Ensemble
Why Fight This? Clio Dulaine and Clint Maroon
Game of Poker Clint Maroon and Clio Dulaine
Love Held Lightly Belle Piquery
Game of Poker (Reprise)Clio Dulaine, Clint Maroon and Belle Piquery
The Gamblers Clio Dulaine, and the Gamblers and the Croupiers
Saratoga Clint Maroon and Clio Dulaine
Saratoga (Reprise)Ensemble
The Gossip Song Mrs. Sophie Bellop and Ensemble
Countin' Our Chickens Clio Dulaine and Clint Maroon
You or No One Clint Maroon
ACT 2Sung By
The Cure Ensemble
The Men Who Run the Country The Robber Barons
The Man in My Life Clio Dulaine and Clint Maroon
The Polka Clio Dulaine, Bart Van Steed and Ensemble
Love Held Lightly (Reprise)Clio Dulaine
Goose Never Be a Peacock Kakou
Dog Eat Dog Clint Maroon and His Men
The Railroad Fight Clint Maroon, Cupide and the Men
Petticoat High (Reprise)Clio Dulaine and Ensemble