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46th Street Theatre, (10/04/1965 - 11/20/1965)
First Preview: Sep 29, 1965 Total Previews: 5
Opening Date: Oct 04, 1965    
Closing Date: Nov 20, 1965 Total Performances: 56

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and around London and Rochester. 1827.

Production Staff
Produced by David Merrick; Produced in association with Bernard Delfont
Music by Cyril Ornadel; Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse; Book by Wolf Mankowitz; Based on "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens; Music orchestrated by Eric Rogers; Musical Director: Ian Fraser; Vocal arrangements by Ian Fraser
Directed by Peter Coe; Choreographed by Gillian Lynne
Scenic Design by Sean Kenny; Costume Design by Roger Furse and Peter Rice; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher
Production Stage Manager: William Dodds; Stage Manager: Peter Stern
General Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson; Press Representative: Lee Solters and Lila Glaser King
Jill AlexanderEnsemble
Michael AmberEnsemble
Nancy BarrettMary
Bruce BeckerEnsemble
Bill BlackEnsemble
Peter BullSgt. Buzfuz
John CallTracy Tupman
Helena CarrollRachel
Susan CarttEnsemble
Roy CastleSam Weller
Brian ChapinBardell, Jr.
Jim ConnorHot Toddy Seller
Major Domo
William CoppolaEnsemble
Peter CostanzaRoker
Dr. Slammer
Michael DarbyshireDodson
Ann C. DaviesEnsemble
Gerrit de BeerHot Potato Man
Mr. Leo Hunter
Michael EastonChild
Richard EastonChild
Tracy EvansChild
Jo FreilichEnsemble
Nancy HaywoodIsabella
Mary KellerEnsemble
Clyde LaurentsEnsemble
Don LawrenceEnsemble
Roger Le PageBird Seller
Jury Foreman
Michael LoganMr. Wardle
Allan LokosTurnkey
Sgt. Snubbins
Leslie Ann MapesChild
Selma MarcusEnsemble
Gina MasonEnsemble
Lani MichaelsEnsemble
Ross MilesEnsemble
Richard Neilson1st Officer
Bill NussEnsemble
Julian OrchardAugustus Snodgrass
Elizabeth ParrishMrs. Leo Hunter
Keith PerryJackson
Oscar QuitakNathaniel Winkle
Charlotte RaeMrs. Bardell
Taylor ReedUsher
Joe RichardsFat Boy
Anton RodgersMr. Jingle
Sybil ScotfordEmily
Harry SecombePickwick
Stanley SimmondsBailiff
Haydon Smith2nd Officer
Nancy StevensEnsemble
Don StrongEnsemble
Tony SympsonFogg
Ann TellEnsemble
Bonnie TurnerChild
Edmond VarratoCold Drinks Seller
Larry WhiteleyEnsemble
Understudies: Jill Alexander (Isabella), William Coppola (Mr. Wardle), Peter Costanza (Sgt. Buzfuz), Ann C. Davies (Emily), Gerrit de Beer (Fogg), Michael Easton (Bardell, Jr.), Mary Keller (Mary), Clyde Laurents (1st Officer), Roger Le Page (Sam Weller), Selma Marcus (Mrs. Leo Hunter), Richard Neilson (Mr. Jingle), Elizabeth Parrish (Rachel), Keith Perry (Augustus Snodgrass, Dodson), Taylor Reed (Pickwick, Tracy Tupman), Stanley Simmonds (Dr. Slammer), Ann Tell (Mrs. Bardell) and Larry Whiteley (Nathaniel Winkle)
Tony Award®
 1966 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee] 
  Harry Secombe
 1966 Best Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee] 
  Roy Castle
 1966 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Charlotte Rae
music by Cyril Ornadel; lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
ACT 1 Sung By
I Like the Company of MenPickwick, Augustus Snodgrass, Tracy Tupman and Nathaniel Winkle
That's What I'd Like for ChristmasPickwick and Company
The PickwickiansPickwick, Augustus Snodgrass, Tracy Tupman and Nathaniel Winkle
A Bit of a CharacterMr. Jingle, Augustus Snodgrass, Nathaniel Winkle and Tracy Tupman
There's Something About YouMr. Jingle, Rachel and Company
A Gentleman's GentlemanSam Weller and Mary
You Never Met a Feller Like MePickwick and Sam Weller
I'll Never Be Lonely AgainPickwick and Mrs. Bardell
ACT 2 Sung By
Fizkin and PickwickCompany
VeryMr. Jingle, Pickwick and Mr. Wardle
If I Ruled the WorldPickwick and Company
I'll Never Be Lonely Again (Reprise) The Pickwickians
TalkSam Weller and Company
That's the LawPickwick, Dodson, Fogg and Company
DamagesPickwick and Mrs. Bardell
If I Ruled the World (Reprise) Pickwick and Company