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Fearless Frank   

Princess Theatre, (6/15/1980 - 6/25/1980)
First Preview: Jun 03, 1980 Total Previews: 13
Opening Date: Jun 15, 1980    
Closing Date: Jun 25, 1980 Total Performances: 12

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: 1921. Nice and in the memory of Frank Harris.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Orator Theatre Productions, Inc. (Paul B. Berkowsky: General Manager)
Produced by David Black and Robert Fabian; Produced in association with Oscar Lewenstein and Theodore P. Donahue, Jr.; Associate Producer: Norma Adler and Michael A. Riddell
Originally presented at the King's Head Theatre Club
Music by Dave Brown; Book by Andrew Davies; Lyrics by Andrew Davies; Music orchestrated by Michael Reed; Musical Director: Michael Rose; Additional Arrangements by Michael Rose
Directed by Robert Gillespie; Musical Staging by Michael Vernon
Scenic Design by Martin Tilley; Costumes Supervised by Carrie F. Robbins; Lighting Design by Ruth Roberts
General Manager: Theatre Now, Inc.
Production Stage Manager: Larry Forde; Stage Manager: Steven Beckler; Assistant Stage Mgr: Ralph Bruneau
Press Representative: Hunt / Pucci Associates and James Sapp; Dance Captain: Valerie Beaman; Advertising: Interart; Photographer: Roger Greenawalt; Casting: Mary Jo Slater
Niall ToibinFrank Harris
Olivier PierreCowboy
Mr. Clapton
de Maupassant
Evalyn BaronMrs. Mayhew
Mrs. Clapton
Mrs. Clayton
Steve BurneyTobin
Ann HodappNursemaid
Valerie MahaffeySecretary
School Girl
Kristin MeadowsNellie
Alex WipfFrench Waiter
Lord Folkestone
Understudies: Valerie Beaman (Actress, Bootblack, Enid, Jessie, Lilly, Newsboy, Nursemaid, School Girl, Secretary, Topsy), Ralph Bruneau (Chapman, French Waiter, Headmaster, Kendrick, Lord Folkestone, Smith, Tobin, Whitehouse) and Susan Elizabeth Scott (Kate, Laura, Mrs. Clapton, Mrs. Clayton, Mrs. Mayhew, Nellie)
music by Dave Brown; lyrics by Andrew Davies
ACT 1 Sung By
The Man Who Made His Life Into A Work of ArtNiall Toibin & Girls
The Examination Song or Get Me on That BoatAlex Wipf, Steve Burney & Niall Toibin
Halted at the Very Gates of Paradise-A Song of FrustrationNiall Toibin & Girls
Come and Help Yourself to America or Frank in the Melting Pot Company
Dandy Night Clerk or How to Get On in the Hotel TradeCompany
Riding the Range-A Song of the Old WestCompany
Oh, Catch Me Mr. Harris, Cause I'm Falling for You!Kristen Meadows, Ann Hodapp, Valerie Mahaffey and Evalyn Baron & Niall Toibin
The Greatest Man of AllNiall Toibin & Company
ACT 2 Sung By
My Poor Wee Lassie-A Scottish LamentOlivier Pierre
Evening News-A Song of SuccessCompany
Le Maitre de la Conte or Maupassant Tells AllOlivier Pierre
Oh, Mr. Harris, You're a Naughty Naughty Man!Niall Toibin & Evalyn Baron
Free Speech, Free Thought, Free LoveAnn Hodapp, Niall Toibin & Company
Mr. Harris, It's All Over Now!Niall Toibin & Company
Fearless FrankThe Company