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110 in the Shade   

Broadhurst Theatre, (10/24/1963 - 8/08/1964)
First Preview: Oct 23, 1963 Total Previews: 2
Opening Date: Oct 24, 1963    
Closing Date: Aug 08, 1964 Total Performances: 330

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: A western state from dawn to midnight of a summer day in a time of drought.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by David Merrick; Produced with the cooperation of Rainbow Ventures, Inc.
Book by N. Richard Nash; Music by Harvey Schmidt; Lyrics by Tom Jones; Based on the play "The Rainmaker" by N. Richard Nash; Musical Director: Donald Pippin; Music orchestrated by Hershy Kay; Dance arrangements by William Goldenberg; Vocal arrangements by Robert DeCormier
Directed by Joseph Anthony; Choreographed by Agnes De Mille
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Motley; Lighting Design by John Harvey; Hair Design by Michel Kazan
General Manager: Jack Schlissel; Company Manager: Ethel Davis
Production Stage Manager: Bill Ross; Stage Manager: Charles Blackwell; Production Supervisor: Neil Hartley
Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek; Music Copyist: Bob Haring, Jr.
General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson and Lee Solters; Press Representative: David Powers; Dance Captain: Vernon Lusby; Advertising: Fred Golden
Stephen DouglassFile
Robert HortonBill Starbuck
Inga SwensonLizzie Curry
George ChurchToby
Will GeerH. C. Curry
Steve RolandNoah Curry
Scooter TeagueJimmy Curry
Lesley WarrenSnookie
Don AtkinsonTownsperson
Barbara BossertTownsperson
Lynne BroadbentTownsperson
Don CrabtreeGeshy Toops
Gretchen CryerTownsperson
Dori DavisTownsperson
Diane DeeringMrs. Jensen
Frank DerbasTownsperson
Jerry DodgeGil Demby
Renee DudleyBelinda
Clifford FearlTownsperson
Leslie FranzosOlive Barrow
Ben GillespieTownsperson
Loren HightowerWally Skacks, III
Carolyn KempTownsperson
Lucia LambertTownsperson
Urylee LeonardosTownsperson
Paula LloydTownsperson
David LondonTownsperson
Vernon LusbyBo Dollivan
Carl NicholasWally Skacks
Stan PageTownsperson
Seth RiggsPhil Mackey
Donna SandersTownsperson
Robert ShepardMr. Curtis
Evelyn TaylorMaurine Toops
Esther VillavicencioTownsperson
Christopher VotosTommy
Arthur WhitfieldTownsperson
Florence WillsonTownsperson
Standby: Joan Fagan (Lizzie Curry) and Seth Riggs (Bill Starbuck)
Understudies: Don Crabtree (Noah Curry), Jerry Dodge (Jimmy Curry), Vernon Lusby (Toby), Carl Nicholas (Toby), Stan Page (File), Robert Shepard (H. C. Curry) and Florence Willson (Snookie)
Tony Award®
 1964 Best Composer and Lyricist [nominee] 
 Music by Harvey Schmidt ;  Lyrics by Tom Jones
 1964 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Inga Swenson
 1964 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee] 
  Will Geer
 1964 Best Direction (Musical) [nominee] 
 Directed by Joseph Anthony
music by Harvey Schmidt; lyrics by Tom Jones
ACT 1 Sung By
Another Hot DayFile and Townspeople
Lizzie's Coming HomeH. C. Curry, Noah Curry and Jimmy Curry
Love, Don't Turn AwayLizzie Curry
Poker PolkaFile, H. C. Curry and Noah Curry
Hungry MenTownspeople
The Rain SongBill Starbuck and Townspeople
You're Not Foolin' MeLizzie Curry and Bill Starbuck
RaunchyLizzie Curry and H. C. Curry
A Man and a WomanLizzie Curry and File
Old MaidLizzie Curry
ACT 2 Sung By
Everything Beautiful Happens at NightToby, Jimmy Curry, Snookie and Townspeople
MelisandeBill Starbuck
Simple Little ThingsLizzie Curry
Little Red HatSnookie and Jimmy Curry
Is It Really Me?Lizzie Curry and Bill Starbuck
Wonderful MusicFile, Bill Starbuck and Lizzie Curry
The Rain Song (Reprise) Full Company