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Biltmore Theatre , (10/09/1976 - 2/13/1977)
First Preview:Sep 28, 1976 Total Previews:12
Opening Date:Oct 09, 1976   
Closing Date:Feb 13, 1977 Total Performances:145

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and around Rodney, Mississippi.
This production is a return engagement of The Robber Bridegroom (10/07/1975 - 10/18/1975)

Production Staff
Theatre Owned by David J. Cogan
Produced by John Houseman, Margot Harley and Michael B. Kapon; Produced by arrangement with The Acting Company; Associate Producer: Porter Van Zandt
Originally staged by the Musical Theatre Lab at St. Clement's Church
Book by Alfred Uhry; Lyrics by Alfred Uhry; Music by Robert Waldman; Music arranged by Robert Waldman; Based on the novella by Eudora Welty
Directed by Gerald Freedman; Choreographed by Donald Saddler
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by Jeanne Button; Lighting Design by David F. Segal
General Manager: McCann & Nugent Productions, Inc.
Production Stage Manager: Mary Porter Hall; Stage Manager: Bethe Ward
Guitar and Fiddle: Bob Jones; Acoustic and Electric Bass: Roger Mason; Fiddle and Mandolin: Alan Kaufman; Guitar: Steve Mandell; Fiddle: Evan Stover; Banjo: Tony Trischka; Music Consultant: Seymour Press
General Press Representative: The Merlin Group, Ltd.; Press Representative: Sandra Manley; Advertising: Mike Mones and The Blaine Thompson Company; Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; Artwork by David Byrd
Barry Bostwick Jamie Lockhart
a robber
Rhonda Coullet Rosamund
Musgrove's daughter
Barbara Lang Salome
Musgrove's second wife
Susan Berger Goat's Mother
George Deloy Kyle Nunnery
Gary Epp Harmon Harper
B. J. Hardin Norman Ogelsby
Carolyn McCurry A Raven
Lawrence John Moss Little Harp
a robber
Mary Gordon Murray Queenie Brenner
Trip Plymale Goat
a simpleton
Ernie Sabella Big Harp
the head of a robber
Jana Schneider Airie
Goat's sister
Melinda Tanner Rose Otto
Stephen Vinovich Clemment Musgrove
a rich planter
Dennis Warning Gerry G. Summers
Tom Westerman K. K. Pone
Understudies: George Deloy (Jamie Lockhart), Gary Epp (Big Harp, Gerry G. Summers, K. K. Pone, Kyle Nunnery, Norman Ogelsby), B. J. Hardin (Clemment Musgrove), Carolyn McCurry (Salome), Mary Gordon Murray (Rosamund), Ernie Sabella (Little Harp), Melinda Tanner (A Raven, Airie, Goat's Mother, Queenie Brenner) and Tom Westerman (Goat)
Tony Award®
winner 1977 Best Actor in a Musical [winner]
Barry Bostwick
Drama Desk Award
 1977 Outstanding Musical [nominee]
Produced by John Houseman, Margot Harley and Michael B. Kapon; Produced by arrangement with The Acting Company
 1977 Outstanding Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Barry Bostwick
 1977 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Barbara Lang
 1977 Outstanding Choreography [nominee]
Donald Saddler
 1977 Outstanding Director of a Musical [nominee]
Directed by Gerald Freedman
 1977 Outstanding Lyrics [nominee]
Lyrics by Alfred Uhry
 1977 Outstanding Music [nominee]
Music by Robert Waldman
 1977 Outstanding Set Design [nominee]
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt
music by Robert Waldman; lyrics by Alfred Uhry
ACT 1Sung By
Once Upon the Natchez Trace Company
Two Heads Big Harp (the head of a robber) and Little Harp (a robber)
Steal With Style Jamie Lockhart (a robber)
Rosamund's Dream Rosamund (Musgrove's daughter)
The Pricklepear Bloom Salome (Musgrove's second wife)
Nothin' Up Rosamund (Musgrove's daughter)
Deeper in the Woods Company
Riches Clemment Musgrove (a rich planter), Jamie Lockhart (a robber), Salome (Musgrove's second wife) and Rosamund (Musgrove's daughter)
Love Stolen Jamie Lockhart (a robber)
Poor Tied Up Darlin' Little Harp (a robber) and Goat (a simpleton)
Goodbye Salome Company
Where Oh Where Jamie Lockhart (a robber)
Sleepy Man Rosamund (Musgrove's daughter)
Where Oh Where Clemment Musgrove (a rich planter) and Rosamund (Musgrove's daughter)