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Rodgers & Hart   

 
Helen Hayes Theatre , (5/13/1975 - 8/16/1975)
First Preview:Apr 25, 1975 Total Previews:22
Opening Date:May 13, 1975   
Closing Date:Aug 16, 1975 Total Performances:108

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Comments: The songs listed are performed in part or in toto


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Coronet Theatre Corporation (Lester Osterman and Richard Horner)
Produced by Lester Osterman Productions (Lester Osterman, Richard Horner); Produced in association with Worldvision Enterprises, Inc.
Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Conceived by Richard Lewine and John Fearnley; Musical Director: Buster Davis; Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis; Principal Orchestrator: Luther Henderson; Dance arrangements by Luther Henderson; Additional orchestrations by Jim Tyler, Bill Brohn and Robert Russell Bennett
Directed by Burt Shevelove; Choreographed by Donald Saddler; Assistant Choreographer: Arthur Faria
Scenic Design by David Jenkins; Costume Design by Stanley Simmons; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Hair Design by Ted Azar
General Manager: Leonard Soloway
Production Manager: Mortimer Halpern; Production Stage Manager: Mortimer Halpern; Stage Manager: Bryan Young and Kevin Daly
Music Contractor: Bernard Berger
General Press Representative: Seymour Krawitz; Casting: Howard Feuer; Dance Captain: Pamela Peadon; Press Associate: Patricia McLean Krawitz; Advertising: Mike Mones and The Blaine Thompson Company
Cast
Barbara Andres Performer
Jimmy Brennan Performer
Wayne Bryan Performer
David-James Carroll Performer
Jamie Donnelly Performer
Tovah Feldshuh Performer
Mary Sue Finnerty Performer
Laurence Guittard Performer
Stephen Lehew Performer
Jim Litten Performer
Virginia Sandifur Performer
Rebecca York Performer
Standbys: Kevin Daly (Performer), Pamela Peadon (Performer) and David Thomé (Performer)
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
At the Roxy Music Hall (from I MARRIED AN ANGEL)
Babes in Arms (from BABES IN ARMS)
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (from PAL JOEY)
Blue Moon
Blue Room (from THE GIRL FRIEND)
Bye and Bye (from DEAREST ENEMY)
Careless Rhapsody (from BY JUPITER)
Cause We Got Cake (from TOO MANY GIRLS)
Come With Me (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
Dear Old Syracuse (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
Did You Ever Get Stung? (from I MARRIED AN ANGEL)
Do I Hear You Saying (I Love You)? (from PRESENT ARMS)
Down By the River (from MISSISSIPPI film)
Easy to Remember (from MISSISSIPPI film)
Ev'rybody Loves You (When You're Asleep) (from I'D RATHER BE RIGHT)
Everything I've Got (from BY JUPITER)
Falling in Love with Love (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
The Flower Garden of My Heart (from PAL JOEY)
From Another World (from HIGHER AND HIGHER)
In The Gateway of the Temple of Minerva (from BY JUPITER)
The Girl Friend (from THE GIRL FRIEND)
Give It Back to the Indians (from TOO MANY GIRLS)
Glad to Be Unhappy (from ON YOUR TOES)
Great Big Town (Chicago) (from PAL JOEY)
Happy Hunting Horn (from PAL JOEY)
Have You Met Miss Jones? (from I'D RATHER BE RIGHT)
He and She (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
He Was Too Good To Me (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
The Heart Is Quicker Than the Eye (from ON YOUR TOES)
Here in My Arms (from DEAREST ENEMY)
How About It? (from AMERICA'S SWEETHEART)
How Was I To Know? (from SHE'S MY BABY)
I Could Write a Book (from PAL JOEY)
I Didn't Know What Time It Was (from TOO MANY GIRLS)
I Married an Angel (from I MARRIED AN ANGEL)
I Wish I Were in Love Again (from BABES IN ARMS)
I'll Tell the Man in the Street (from I MARRIED AN ANGEL)
Imagine (from BABES IN ARMS)
Isn't It Romantic? (from LOVE ME TONIGHT film)
It Never Entered My Mind (from HIGHER AND HIGHER)
It's Got To Be Love (from ON YOUR TOES)
I've Got Five Dollars (from AMERICA'S SWEETHEART)
Johnny One Note (from BABES IN ARMS)
Jupiter Forbid (from BY JUPITER)
The Lady Is a Tramp (from BABES IN ARMS)
Love Me Tonight (from LOVE ME TONIGHT film)
Love Never Went to College (from TOO MANY GIRLS)
A Lovely Day for a Murder (from HIGHER AND HIGHER)
Lover (from LOVE ME TONIGHT film)
Manhattan (from THE GARRICK GAIETIES 1925)
Me for You! (from HEADS UP!)
Mimi (from LOVE ME TONIGHT film)
Mountain Greenery (from THE GARRICK GAIETIES 1926)
My Funny Valentine (from BABES IN ARMS)
My Heart Stood Still (from A CONNECTICUT YANKEE)
My Prince (from TOO MANY GIRLS)
No Place But Home (from EVERGREEN)
Nobody's Heart (from BY JUPITER)
Nothing But You (from HIGHER AND HIGHER)
Oh, Diogenes (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
On a Desert Isle With Thee (from A CONNECTICUT YANKEE)
On Your Toes (from ON YOUR TOES)
Quiet Night (from ON YOUR TOES)
Sentimental Me (from THE GARRICK GAIETIES 1925)
She Could Shake the Maracas (from TOO MANY GIRLS)
A Ship Without a Sail (from HEADS UP!)
The Shortest Day of the Year (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
Sing For Your Supper (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (from ON YOUR TOES)
Soon (from MISSISSIPPI film)
Spring Is Here (from I MARRIED AN ANGEL)
Take Him (from PAL JOEY)
Ten Cents a Dance (from SIMPLE SIMON)
There's a Small Hotel (from ON YOUR TOES)
This Can't Be Love (from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE)
This Funny World (from BETSY)
This Is My Night to Howl (from A CONNECTICUT YANKEE)
Thou Swell (from A CONNECTICUT YANKEE)
The Three B's (Bach, Beethoven and Brahams) (from ON YOUR TOES)
To Keep My Love Alive (from A CONNECTICUT YANKEE)
Two-Day For Keith (from ON YOUR TOES)
Wait Till You See Her (from BY JUPITER)
Where or When (from BABES IN ARMS)
Where's That Rainbow? (from PEGGY-ANN)
Why Can't I? (from SPRING IS HERE)
With a Song in My Heart (from SPRING IS HERE)
You Always Love the Same Girl (from A CONNECTICUT YANKEE)
You Are Too Beautiful (from HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM film)
You Mustn't Kick It Around (from PAL JOEY)
You're Nearer (from TOO MANY GIRLS)
Zip (from PAL JOEY)