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Richard Rodgers Theatre , (3/23/1995 - 7/14/1996)
First Preview:Mar 10, 1995 Total Previews:16
Opening Date:Mar 23, 1995   
Closing Date:Jul 14, 1996 Total Performances:548

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The new Park Avenue office building of The World Wide Wicket Company, Inc., in New York City.


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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; Robert E. Nederlander: President; James L. Nederlander: Vice-President)
Produced by Dodger Theatricals (Des McAnuff, Michael David, Robin De Levita, Rocco Landesman, Ed Strong), Kardana Productions, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; Robert E. Nederlander: President; James L. Nederlander: Vice-President); Associate Producer: Whistlin' Dixie
Originally produced by LaJolla Playhouse (Michael Greif, Artistic Director; Terrence Dwyer, Managing Director)
Music by Frank Loesser; Lyrics by Frank Loesser; Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert; Based on the book by Shepherd Mead; Music orchestrated by Danny Troob; Musical Director: Ted Sperling; Vocal arrangements by Ted Sperling; Additional orchestrations by David Siegel and Robert Ginzler; Dance arrangements by Jeanine Tesori; Incidental music arranged by Ted Sperling
Directed by Des McAnuff; Choreographed by Wayne Cilento; Assistant Choreographer: Lisa Leguillou
Scenic Design by John Arnone; Costume Design by Susan Hilferty; Lighting Design by Howell Binkley; Sound Design by Steve Canyon Kennedy; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence
Executive Producer: David, Strong, Warner, Inc.; Company Manager: Marcia Goldberg
Production Stage Manager: Frank Hartenstein; Technical Supervisor: Gene O'Donovan; Stage Manager: Diane DiVita
Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Ted Sperling; Associate Conductor: Todd Ellison; Concert Master: Diane Monroe; Violin: Michael Roth, Robert Shaw and Nam Sook Lee; Cello: Adam Grabois and Susannah Chapman; Bass: John Babich; Woodwinds: Chuck Wilson, Mike Migliore, Rick Heckman, Ken Hitchcock and Roger Rosenberg; Trumpet: Byron Stripling, Glenn Drewes and Larry Lunetta; French Horn: Chris Komer; Trombone: Keith O'Quinn and Herb Besson; Guitar: Scott Kuney; Drums: Ray Marchica; Percussion: Bill Hayes; Harp: Grace Paradise; Keyboards: Todd Ellison
Video Design by Batwin & Robin Productions, Inc.
Casting: Barry Moss and Julie Hughes; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Marketing Consultant: Margery Singer; Dance Captain: Aiko Nakasone; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; West Coast casting by Mary Margiotta and Karen Margiotta; Production Assistant: Tripp Phillips; Press Associate: John Barlow and Susanne Tighe
"For indispensible services in connection with the production": Greg Smith
Cast
Matthew Broderick J. Pierrepont Finch
Jeff Blumenkrantz Bud Frump
Ronn Carroll J.B. Biggley
Victoria Clark Smitty
Jonathan Freeman Bert Bratt
Luba Mason Hedy La Rue
Megan Mullally Rosemary Pillkington
Gerry Vichi Twimble
Wally Womper
Lillias White Miss Jones
Randl Ask Office Boy
Ovington
TV Announcer
Ensemble
Kevin Bogue Security Guard
Wicket
Ensemble
Maria Calabrese Wickette
Ensemble
Walter Cronkite The Voice of the Narrator Recorded voice only
Tom Flynn Milt Gatch
Toynbee
Ensemble
Jack Hayes Henchman
Wicket
Ensemble
Rebecca Holt Scrubwoman
Ensemble
Jay Aubrey Jones Jenkins
Ensemble
Nancy Lemenager Dance Soloist
Wickette
Ensemble
Kristi Lynes Miss Krumholtz
Wickette
Ensemble
Martin Moran Tackaberry
Ensemble
Aiko Nakasone Wickette
Ensemble
William Ryall Mr. Davis
Ensemble
Jerome Vivona Henchman
Wicket
Ensemble
Carla Renata Williams Scrubwoman
Wickette
Ensemble
Swings: Jeffry Denman, Tom Flagg and Pamela Gold
Understudies: Randl Ask (Bud Frump, J. Pierrepont Finch), Tom Flynn (Bert Bratt), Pamela Gold (Hedy La Rue), Rebecca Holt (Hedy La Rue), Jay Aubrey Jones (Twimble, Wally Womper), Kristi Lynes (Rosemary Pillkington), Martin Moran (J. Pierrepont Finch), William Ryall (J.B. Biggley) and Carla Renata Williams (Miss Jones, Smitty)
music by Frank Loesser; lyrics by Frank Loesser
ACT 1Sung By
How To (Succeed) J. Pierrepont Finch
Happy To Keep His Dinner Warm Rosemary Pillkington
Coffee Break Bud Frump, Smitty and Company
Company Way J. Pierrepont Finch
Company Way (Reprise)Bud Frump, Twimble and Company
A Secretary Is Not a Toy Bert Bratt and Company
Been a Long Day Rosemary Pillkington, J. Pierrepont Finch and Smitty
Been a Long Day (Reprise)J.B. Biggley, Hedy La Rue and Bud Frump
Grand Old Ivy J. Pierrepont Finch and J.B. Biggley
Paris Original Rosemary Pillkington, Smitty, Miss Jones, Miss Krumholtz and Company
Rosemary J. Pierrepont Finch and Rosemary Pillkington
Finaletto J. Pierrepont Finch, Rosemary Pillkington and Bud Frump
ACT 2Sung By
How To (Succeed) (Reprise)Women, Smitty and Miss Krumholtz
Happy To Keep His Dinner Warm (Reprise)Rosemary Pillkington
Love From a Heart of Gold J.B. Biggley and Hedy La Rue
I Believe in You J. Pierrepont Finch, Bud Frump, Bert Bratt and Executives
The Yo Ho Ho (Pirate Dance) J.B. Biggley and Hedy La Rue
I Believe in You (Reprise)J. Pierrepont Finch and Men
Brotherhood of Man J. Pierrepont Finch, Miss Jones, Wally Womper and Company
Finale Company