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Alvin Theatre, (5/27/1982 - 5/30/1982)
First Preview: May 14, 1982 Total Previews: 15
Opening Date: May 27, 1982    
Closing Date: May 30, 1982 Total Performances: 5

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Act I: Elementary School. Act II: High School.

Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Messrs. Nederlander
Produced by Mavin Productions, Inc., Libby Adler Mages and Daniel A. Golman
Book by John R. Powers; Music by James Quinn and Alaric Jans; Lyrics by James Quinn and Alaric Jans; Based Upon the Novel by John R. Powers; Music orchestrated by Jerome Jay Dryer; Musical Director: Larry Hochman; Vocal arrangements by Larry Hochman; Dance arrangements by Peter Larson
Directed by Mike Nussbaum; Musical Staging by Thommie Walsh; Associate Choreographer: Ronna Kaye
Scenic Design by James Maronek; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Lighting Design by Marilyn Rennagel; Sound Design by Richard Fitzgerald
General Manager: Richard Horner Associates, Ltd.; Company Manager: Bruce Birkenhead
Production Supervisor: William Gardner; Production Stage Manager: Mortimer Halpern; Stage Manager: Mitchell Lemsky; Assistant Stage Mgr: Carol Estey
Musical Supervisor: Jerome Jay Dryer; Music Contractor: John Monaco
General Press Representative: Fred Nathan & Associates; Dance Captain: Carol Estey; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne and Scott Mauro; Photographer: Martha Swope and Jack Hoffman; Casting: Professional Casting Associates and Alan Coleridge; Logo Design and Graphics by The Jan Group, Ltd.
Ellen CrawfordSister Lee
Robert FitchFather O'Reilly
Catherine FriesSister Monica Marie
Jason GraaeLouie Schlang
Christine GradlMary Kenny
Elizabeth HansenSister Helen
Peter HeuchlingMike Depki
Vicki LewisVirginia Lear
Amy MillerSecretary
Sister Melanie
Maureen MooreBecky Bakowski
Don StittFelix Lindor
Karen TamburrelliNancy Ralansky
Russ ThackerEddie Ryan
Understudies: Russ Billingsly (Eddie Ryan, Felix Lindor, Louie Schlang), Carol Estey (Secretary, Sister Melanie, Sister Monica Marie, Virginia Lear), Catherine Fries (Becky Bakowski, Mary Kenny, Nancy Ralansky), Amy Miller (Sister Helen, Sister Lee) and Orrin Reiley (Father O'Reilly, Mike Depki)
music by James Quinn and Alaric Jans; lyrics by James Quinn and Alaric Jans
ACT 1 Sung By
Get Ready, EddieThe Company
The Greatest GiftSister Helen and The Kids
It's the NunsThe Kids and the Nuns
Little Fat GirlsBecky Bakowski and Eddie Ryan
Cookie CuttersSister Lee and Becky Bakowski
Patron SaintsFather O'Reilly, Eddie Ryan and The Kids and the Nuns
How Far is Too FarNancy Ralansky and Girls and Boys
ACT 2 Sung By
Doo-Waa, Doo-WeeLouie Schlang and The Company
I Must Be in LoveEddie Ryan
Friends, The Best ofBecky Bakowski and Eddie Ryan
Mad Bombers and Prom QueensFelix Lindor, Virginia Lear and The Kids
Late Bloomer and Prom MontageEddie Ryan and The Kids
Friends, The Best of (Reprise) Becky Bakowski and Eddie Ryan
Thank GodThe Company