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The American Tribal Love Rock Musical

Biltmore Theatre, (4/29/1968 - 7/01/1972)
First Preview: Apr 11, 1968 Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 29, 1968    
Closing Date: Jul 01, 1972 Total Performances: 1750

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: The 1960s. The East Village.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by David J. Cogan
Produced by Michael Butler
Originally produced by Natoma
Book by Gerome Ragni and James Rado; Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado; Music by Galt MacDermot; Musical Director: Galt MacDermot
Directed by Tom O'Horgan; Dance Director: Julie Arenal
Scenic Design by Robin Wagner; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Robert Kiernan; Hair and Wig Design by Wig City Salons; Hair Stylist for Messrs. Butler, Ragni and Rado: Roberto Vega
Executive Producer: Bertrand Castelli; Company Manager: Ronald Bruguiere
Production Stage Manager: Fred Reinglas; Stage Manager: Michael Maurer
Music Contractor: Herb Harris; Supervisor / Copyist: Irving Raymond; Musical Coordinator: Rick Shorter; Conducted by Galt MacDermot; Electric Piano: Galt MacDermot; Guitar: Alan Fontaine and Charlie Brown; Guitar and Bass: Jimmy Lewis; Clarinet and Saxaphone: Zane Paul Zacharoff; Trumpet: Donald Leight and Eddie Williams; Percussion: Warren Chaisson; Drums: Leo Morris; Alternate Conductor: Neal Tate; Alternate Electric Piano: Neal Tate
Press Representative: Robert Ganshaw, Michael F. Goldstein Inc. and Tom Trenkle; International Press Representatives: Gifford / Wallace, Inc.; Production Coordinator: Cara Robin; Advertising: Fred Golden and The Blaine Thompson Company; Company Astrologer: Maria Crummere; Company Card Reader: Earl Scott; Company Photographer: Dagmar
Donnie BurksSergeant
Member of the Tribe
Steve CurryWoof
Lorrie DavisAbraham Lincoln
Member of the Tribe
Ronald DysonRon
Sally EatonJeanie
Leata GallowayMember of the Tribe
Steve GametMember of the Tribe
Walter HarrisMember of the Tribe
Paul JabaraMother
General Grant
Diane KeatonWaitress
Member of the Tribe
Hiram KellerMember of the Tribe
Lynn KelloggSheila
Jonathan KramerMother
Tourist Couple
Young Recruit
Marjorie LiPariMember of the Tribe
Emmaretta MarksMember of the Tribe
Melba MooreDionne
Natalie MoscoMember of the Tribe
Suzannah NorstrandFather
Member of the Tribe
Shelley PlimptonCrissy
James RadoClaude
Gerome RagniBerger
Robert I. RubinskyFather
Tourist Couple
Member of the Tribe
Lamont WashingtonHud
Standby: Seth Allen (Claude)
Understudies: Lorrie Davis (Jeanie), Diane Keaton (Sheila) and Suzannah Norstrand (Jeanie)
Tony Award®
 1969 Best Musical [nominee] 
 Book by Gerome Ragni and James Rado ;  Music by Galt MacDermot ;  Lyrics by James Rado ;  Produced by Michael Butler
 1969 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee] 
  Tom O'Horgan
Drama Desk Award
winner 1968 Vernon Rice-Drama Desk Award [winner] 
 Music by Galt MacDermot for his music
music by Galt MacDermot; lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni
ACT 1 Sung By
AquariusRon and Company
DonnaBerger and Company
SodomyWoof and Company
Colored SpadeHud and Company
ManchesterClaude and Company
Ain't Got NoWoof, Hud, Dionne and Company
I Believe In LoveSheila
AirJeanie, Crissy, Dionne and Company
I Got LifeClaude and Company
Going DownBerger and Company
HairClaude, Berger and Company
My ConvictionTourist Lady and Company
Easy To Be HardSheila
Don't Put It DownBerger, Steve and Woof
Frank MillsCrissy
Where Do I GoClaude and Company
Dead EndDionne, Leata, Emmaretta, Suzannah and Joe
ACT 2 Sung By
Electric BluesSuzannah, Leata, Steve and Paul
Black BoysMartha, Suzannah and Natalie
White BoysDionne, Lorrie and Emmaretta
Walking in SpaceCompany
Abie BabyHud, Jim, Ron and Lorrie
What A Piece Of Work Is ManRon and Walter
Good Morning StarshineSheila, Dionne and Company
The BedCompany
The Flesh Failures (Let The Sun Shine In)Claude, Sheila, Dionne and Company