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Prince of Central Park   

Belasco Theatre, (11/09/1989 - 11/11/1989)
First Preview: Oct 24, 1989 Total Previews: 19
Opening Date: Nov 09, 1989    
Closing Date: Nov 11, 1989 Total Performances: 4

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: Various locations in and around Central Park. The Present.

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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Abe Hirschfeld and Jan McArt; Associate Producer: Belle M. Deitch
Originally produced at Jan McArt's Cabaret Theatre; Subsequently produced at The Al Hirschfeld Theatre
Book by Evan H. Rhodes; Music by Don Sebesky; Lyrics by Gloria Nissenson; Based on the novel by Evan H. Rhodes; Supervisor orchestrator: Don Sebesky; Dance arrangements by Henry Aronson; Musical Director: Joel Silberman; Vocal arrangements by Joel Silberman; Additional orchestrations: Larry Hochman; Additional Vocal arrangements by John McMahon
Directed by Tony Tanner; Choreographed by Tony Tanner; Associate Choreographer: Stephen Bourneuf
Scenic Design by Michael Bottari and Ronald Case; Costume Design by Michael Bottari and Ronald Case; Lighting Design by Norman Coates; Sound Design by Daryl Bornstein; Hair and Wig Design by Scott Mortimer and Alan Francis
Executive Producer: Karen Poindexter; General Manager: George Elmer Productions, Ltd.; Company Manager: Richard Berg
Production Stage Manager: Steven Ehrenberg; Stage Manager: Susan Whelan; Technical Supervisor: Theatrical Services, Inc.; Electrical / Sound Supervision: Richie Siegel
Music Contractor: Jim Young; Conducted by Joel Silberman; Associate Conductor: Henry Aronson
General Press Representative: Shirley Herz Associates; Press Representative: Robert H. Tompkins Company and Glenna Freedman; Promotions: Rachel Hirshfeld; Casting: Elissa Meyers; Advertising: LeDonne & Wilner; Choreography Coach: Eric Barsness
Richard H. BlakeJay-Jay
Jo Anne WorleyMargie Miller
Adrian BaileyStreet Person
Officer Simpson
Aerobics Student
Tap Dancer
Tango Dancer
Stephen BourneufAerobics Instructor
Tap Dancer
Tango Dancer
Chris CallenSally
Terry EnoCarpenter
Maitre d'
Aerobics Student
Anthony GaldeElmo
Anne-Marie GerardMay Berg
Aerobics Student
Ruth GottschallOfficer Washinski
Young Margie
Aerobics Student
Tap Dancer
Tango Dancer
Sean GrantFist
John HoshkoStreet Person
Stock Broker
Young Richard
Aerobics Student
Tap Dancer
Tango Dancer
Marilyn HudginsBag Lady
Floor Walker
Jason MaBird Brain
Tango Dancer
T. J. MeyersCarpenter
Was replaced in previews
Maitre d'
Was replaced in previews
Aerobics Student
Was replaced in previews
Construction Worker
Was replaced in previews
Bonnie PerlmanAgnes
Anna Squagliatoria
Tap Dancer
Tango Dancer
Sel VitellaSchool Guard
Park Ranger Rupp
Aerobics Student
Alice YearsleyFeather
Ballet Dancer
Tango Dancer
Swings: Jody Keith Barrie and Terry Iten
Standby: David Burdick (Jay-Jay) and Jan McArt (Margie Miller)
Understudies: Anne-Marie Gerard (Ballet Dancer, Feather), Sean Grant (Elmo) and Terry Iten (Agnes, Bag Lady, Sally)
music by Don Sebesky; lyrics by Gloria Nissenson
ACT 1 Sung By
Here's Where I BelongJay-Jay and Ensemble
All I've Got Is MeJay-Jay
New LeafMargie Miller and Aerobics Club
Follow the LeaderElmo, Gang and Jay-Jay
Montage: Here's Where I BelongEnsemble
We Were DancingMargie Miller, Young Richard and Young Margie
One of a KindMargie Miller and Jay-Jay
I Fly by Night Elmo and Gang
ZapMargie Miller, Jay-Jay and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Good EveningEnsemble
All I've Got Is Me (Reprise) Margie Miller and Jay-Jay
They Don't Give You Life at Sixteen Elmo and Gang
RedMargie Miller and Ensemble
I Fly by Night (Reprise) Elmo, Gang and Jay-Jay
The Prince of Central Park Jay-Jay
One of a Kind (Reprise) Margie Miller