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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 KeelClint Maroon
Carol LawrenceClio Dulaine
Odette MyrtilBelle Piquery
Socrates BirskyEnsemble
John BlanchardEnsemble
Carol BriceKakou
Betsy BridgeEnsemble
Beatrice BushkinMadame Dulaine
Ensemble
Virginia CapersThe Charwoman
Ensemble
Natalie CoreGrandmother Dulaine
Mrs. Porcelain
Joseph CrawfordEnsemble
Lanier DavisM. LaFosse
Ensemble
Paul DixonEnsemble
Warde DonovanBart Van Steed
Vito DuranteEnsemble
José FalcionEnsemble
Julius FieldsEnsemble
John FordEnsemble
Jerry FriesEnsemble
Truman GaigeEditor
M. Begué
Mr. Gould
Gene GavinEnsemble
Richard GrahamM. Augustin Haussey
Frank GreenHaberdashery Clerk
Ensemble
Isabella HoopesClarissa Van Steed
Nathaniel HorneEnsemble
Barney JohnstonFabric Salesman
Ensemble
Edith KingMrs. Sophie Bellop
Martha KingMrs. LeClerc
Ensemble
Louis KosmanEnsemble
Ina KurlandEnsemble
Brenda LongMaudey
Child
Jeannine MastersonEnsemble
Charlotte Thérèse
Jack MatthewEnsemble
James MillhollinMr. Bean
Oran OsburnEnsemble
John PeroEnsemble
Harold PiersonEnsemble
Albert PopwellThe Carpenter
Ensemble
Charles QueenanEnsemble
Gerrianne RaphaelDaisy Porcelain
Ensemble
Augie RiosShorty
Child
Wayne RobertsonChild
Carol TaylorEnsemble
Merritt ThompsonEnsemble
Tun TunCupide
Lois Van PeltEnsemble
Janyce WagnerMiss Diggs
Ensemble
Beverly Jane WelchEnsemble
Linda WrightChild
Mark ZellerLéon
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), Warde Donovan (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 1 Sung By
I'll Be RespectableClio Dulaine
One Step-Two StepClio Dulaine, Shorty, Maudey and Ensemble
Gettin' a ManBelle Piquery and Kakou
Petticoat HighCharwoman, Clio Dulaine, Belle Piquery, Cupide and Ensemble
Why Fight This?Clio Dulaine and Clint Maroon
Game of PokerClint Maroon and Clio Dulaine
Love Held LightlyBelle Piquery
Game of Poker (Reprise) Clio Dulaine, Clint Maroon and Belle Piquery
The GamblersClio Dulaine, and the Gamblers and the Croupiers
SaratogaClint Maroon and Clio Dulaine
Saratoga (Reprise) Ensemble
The Gossip SongMrs. Sophie Bellop and Ensemble
Countin' Our ChickensClio Dulaine and Clint Maroon
You or No OneClint Maroon
ACT 2 Sung By
The CureEnsemble
The Men Who Run the CountryThe Robber Barons
The Man in My LifeClio Dulaine and Clint Maroon
The PolkaClio Dulaine, Bart Van Steed and Ensemble
Love Held Lightly (Reprise) Clio Dulaine
Goose Never Be a PeacockKakou
Dog Eat DogClint Maroon and His Men
The Railroad FightClint Maroon, Cupide and the Men
Petticoat High (Reprise) Clio Dulaine and Ensemble