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Morosco Theatre, (4/27/1980 - 5/10/1980)
First Preview: Apr 04, 1980 Total Previews: 27
Opening Date: Apr 27, 1980    
Closing Date: May 10, 1980 Total Performances: 25

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: The five floors in the Fifth Avenue townhouse of Edward Seton in New York City. December 1933 and January 1934.



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Theatre Owned by Lester Osterman; Theatre Operated by L-O Management Corporation (Lester Osterman, Managing Dir.; Richard Horner, Gen. Mgr.; Allan Francis, Comptroller)
Produced by Leonard Soloway, Allan Francis and Hale Matthews; Produced in association with Marble Arch Productions; Associate Producer: Dorothy Cherry
Book adapted by Burt Shevelove; Music by Cole Porter; Lyrics by Cole Porter; Based on the play "Holiday" by Philip Barry; Musical Director: Buster Davis; Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis; Music orchestrated by Luther Henderson; Additional orchestrations by Daniel Troob; Dance arrangements by Charles Coleman
Directed by Burt Shevelove; Choreographed by Donald Saddler; Assistant Choreographer: Mercedes Ellington
Production Design by Michael Eagan; Costume Design by Pierre Balmain; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Sound Design by Tom Morse; Hair Designed for Misses Denniston and Farr by Alexandre de Paris; Make-Up Design by John Richardson
General Manager: Soloway / Francis; Company Manager: Michael Kasdan
Production Stage Manager: Nina Seely; Production Supervisor: David Taylor; Stage Manager: Zane Weiner; Assistant Stage Mgr: Alan Mann
Musical Supervisor: Luther Henderson; Songs edited by Buster Davis; Associate Conductor: Charles H. Coleman
General Press Representative: Shirley Herz and Jan Greenberg; Photographer: Roger Greenawalt; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; Costume Supervisor: John Falabella; Speech Consultant: Robert Williams; Dance Captain: Terry Rieser; Press Representative: Sam Rudy
Cast
Richard BekinsEdward Seton, Jr.
Richard ChristopherSteven
The Staff
Harrison
One of the Stork Club Set
Leslie DennistonLinda Seton
Morgan EnsmingerCharles
The Staff
Anderson
One of the Stork Club Set
Kimberly FarrJulia Seton
Mary Sue FinnertyMaude
The Staff
Miss Madden
The Staff
Mary
One of the Stork Club Set
Tim FlavinGeorge
The Staff
Thompson
One of the Stork Club Set
Lauren GolerRose
The Staff
Nancy
One of the Stork Club Set
Roger HamiltonFrazer
The Staff
Michelle MarshallBridget
The Staff
Joan
One of the Stork Club Set
John McMartinThe Narrator
Bobbie NordAnnie
The Staff
Gloria
One of the Stork Club Set
William RoerickEdward Seton
Michael ScottJohnny Case
J. Thomas SmithPatrick
The Staff
Lara TeeterVictor
The Staff
Dixon
One of the Stork Club Set
Swings: Ken Mitchell and Terry Rieser
Standby: Roger Hamilton (Edward Seton, The Narrator), Michelle Marshall (Julia Seton) and Ken Mitchell (Charles, Frazer)
Tony Award®
 1980 Best Costume Design [nominee] 
  Pierre Balmain
Theatre World
winner 1980 Award [recipient] 
  Leslie Denniston
Drama Desk Award
winner 1980 Outstanding Costume Design [winner] 
  Pierre Balmain
music by Cole Porter; lyrics by Cole Porter
ACT 1 Sung By
At Long Last LoveJulia Seton, Linda Seton and Ned
Ridin' HighJohnny Case and Julia Seton
Let's Be BuddiesJohnny Case and Linda Seton
Boy, Oh, BoyLinda Seton
Easy to LoveYoung Men
You Do Something to MeJohnny Case
Red, Hot and BlueLinda Seton, Johnny Case, Patrick (The Staff) and Stork Club Set
Once Upon a TimeNed and Linda Seton
ACT 2 Sung By
Night and DayThe Narrator and Johnny Case
Let's Make It a NightLinda Seton, Thompson (One of the Stork Club Set) and Dixon (One of the Stork Club Set)
OursJulia Seton
After You, Who?Johnny Case
I Am LovedJulia Seton
When Your Troubles Have StartedLinda Seton and Ned