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Vivian Beaumont Theatre , (3/24/1994 - 1/15/1995)
First Preview:Feb 18, 1994 Total Previews:38
Opening Date:Mar 24, 1994   
Closing Date:Jan 15, 1995 Total Performances:337

Category: Musical, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: New England. 1873 - 1888.


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Theatre Owned / Operated by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer)
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); Produced by arrangement with The Royal National Theatre (Richard Eyre, Director), Cameron Mackintosh and The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization
Originally produced by The Royal National Theatre (Richard Eyre, Director)
Music by Richard Rodgers; Book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Based on the play "Liliom" by Ferenc Molnár; Adapted from "Liliom" by Benjamin F. Glazer; Music orchestrated by William David Brohn; Musical Director: Eric Stern
Directed by Nicholas Hytner; Choreographed by Sir Kenneth MacMillan; Dances for the original Theatre Guild production by Agnes De Mille; Sir Kenneth MacMillan's choreography staged by Jane Elliott; Associate Director: Fred Hanson
Scenic Design by Bob Crowley; Associate Scenic Design: Stephan Olson; Costume Design by Bob Crowley; Associate Costume Design: Christine Rowland and Mitchell Bloom; Lighting Design by Paul Pyant; Associate Lighting Design: Christina Giannelli; Sound Design by Steve Canyon Kennedy; Associate Sound Design: Jim Bay; Hair Design by Angela Gari
LCT General Manager: Steven C. Callahan; Company Manager: Edward J. Nelson
LCT Production Manager: Jeff Hamlin; Production Stage Manager: Peter Von Mayrhauser; Stage Manager: Michael J. Passaro
Musical Coordinator: Seymour "Red" Press; Conducted by Eric Stern; Associate Conductor: Lawrence Goldberg; Woodwinds: Diva Goodfriend-Koven, Charles Wilson, Josh Siegel, Virgil Blackwell and Ethan Bauch; Horns: Paul Riggio, Christopher Costanzi and Janet Lantz; Trumpet: John Frosk and Darryl Shaw; Trombone: Ed Neumeister and Dave Bargeron; Harp: Beth Robinson; Percussion: Susan Evans; Violin: Alicia Edelberg, Maura Giannini, Susan Lorentsen, Heidi Stubner, Martha Mott-Gale, Janine Kam-Lal and Blair Lawhead; Viola: John Dexter and Richard Spencer; Cello: Matthias Naegele, Beverly Lauridsen and Eileen Folson; Bass: Richard Sarpola
Fight direction by David Leong; LCT General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; LCT Director of Musical Theater Ira Weitzman; LCT Casting Director: Daniel Swee; Dance Captain: Rocker Verastique; LCT Director of Development: Hattie K. Jutagir; LCT Director of Marketing: Thomas Cott; LCT Dramaturg: Anne Cattaneo; Advertising: Russek Advertising
Cast
Duane Boutté Enoch Snow, Jr.
Orrin Peesley
Robert Breuler David Bascombe
Sandra Brown
Broadway debut
Louise
Kate Buddeke Mrs. Mullin
Tony Capone Policeman
Peter Bentley, Jr.
Philipp Lee Carabuena Snow Child
Robert Cary
Broadway debut
Louise's Friend
Jonathan Chase
Cece Cortes
Broadway debut
Snow Child
Natascia A. Díaz
Broadway debut
Abbie Chase
Taye Diggs
Broadway debut
Policeman
Cyrus Hamlin
Rebecca Eichenberger Virginia Frazer
Linda Gabler
Broadway debut
Susan Peters
Lovette George Snow Child
Penny Sinclair
Glen Harris
Broadway debut
Louise's Friend
Ben Sperry
Michael Hayden
Broadway debut
Billy Bigelow
Alexia Hess Ella Sanborn
Lacey Hornkohl
Broadway debut
Myrtle Robbins
Brian d'Arcy James Captain
Principal
Hudson Livermore
Jeffrey James
Broadway debut
Henry Sears
Eddie Korbich Enoch Snow
Keri Lee Martha Sewell
Audra Ann McDonald Carrie Pipperidge
Sally Murphy Julie Jordan
Lyn Nagel
Broadway debut
Snow Child
Paula Newsome Arminy Livermore
Steven Ochoa Louise's Friend
Robert Allen
Michael O'Donnell Louise's Friend
Abner Sperry
Devin Richards
Broadway debut
Buddy Hamlin
Cindy Robinson Snow Child
Hannah Bentley
Tiffany Sampson
Broadway debut
Snow Child
Alexies Sânchez Louise's Friend
Charlie "Chip" Chase
Jon Marshall Sharp Fairground Boy
Dana Stackpole Sadie Sperry
Fisher Stevens Jigger Craigin
Endalyn Taylor-Shellman
Broadway debut
Liza Sinclair
Rocker Verastique Louise's Friend
William Osgood
Shirley Verrett
Broadway debut
Nettie Fowler
Lauren Ward
Broadway debut
Heavenly Friend
Jenny Sanborn
Tse-mach Washington
Broadway debut
Snow Child
Jeff Weiss Starkeeper
Dr. Seldon
Minister
Swings: Lisa Mayer, Donna Rubin, Thomas Titone and Reggie Valdez
Understudies: Jennifer Alexander (Louise), Duane Boutté (Billy Bigelow), Robert Breuler (Starkeeper), Tony Capone (Billy Bigelow), Natascia A. Díaz (Mrs. Mullin), Taye Diggs (Jigger Craigin), Rebecca Eichenberger (Mrs. Mullin, Nettie Fowler), Lovette George (Carrie Pipperidge), Glen Harris (Fairground Boy), Brian d'Arcy James (David Bascombe, Jigger Craigin), Paula Newsome (Carrie Pipperidge, Nettie Fowler), Devin Richards (David Bascombe, Starkeeper), Cindy Robinson (Julie Jordan), Donna Rubin (Louise), Alexies Sânchez (Fairground Boy), Dana Stackpole (Louise), Endalyn Taylor-Shellman (Mrs. Mullin), Thomas Titone (Enoch Snow) and Lauren Ward (Julie Jordan)
Tony Award®
winner 1994 Best Revival of a Musical [winner]
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); Produced by arrangement with The Royal National Theatre (Richard Eyre, Director), Cameron Mackintosh and The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization
winner 1994 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Audra Ann McDonald
winner 1994 Best Scenic Design [winner]
Bob Crowley
winner 1994 Best Choreography [winner]
Sir Kenneth MacMillan
winner 1994 Best Direction of a Musical [winner]
Nicholas Hytner
Drama Desk Award
 1994 Outstanding Musical Revival [nominee]
Produced by Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer); Produced by arrangement with The Royal National Theatre (Richard Eyre, Director), Cameron Mackintosh and The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization
 1994 Outstanding Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Michael Hayden
winner 1994 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical [winner]
Performer: Audra Ann McDonald
winner 1994 Outstanding Choreography [winner]
Sir Kenneth MacMillan
winner 1994 Outstanding Choreography [winner]
Jane Elliott
winner 1994 Outstanding Director of a Musical [winner]
Directed by Nicholas Hytner
 1994 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Paul Pyant
 1994 Outstanding Set Design [nominee]
Scenic Design by Bob Crowley
Theatre World
nominee 1994 Award [recipient]
Michael Hayden
nominee 1994 Award [recipient]
Audra Ann McDonald
ACT 1Sung By
Prologue The Company
You're a Queer One, Julie Jordan Carrie Pipperidge and Julie Jordan
When I Marry Mister Snow Carrie Pipperidge
If I Loved You Julie Jordan and Billy Bigelow
June Is Bustin' Out All Over Nettie Fowler and Company
When I Marry Mister Snow (Reprise)Carrie Pipperidge, The Girls and Enoch Snow
When the Children Are Asleep Enoch Snow and Carrie Pipperidge
Blow High, Blow Low Jigger Craigin and The Men
Soliloquy Billy Bigelow
ACT 2Sung By
This Was A Real Nice Clambake The Company
Geraniums in the Winder / Stonecutters Cut It on Stone Enoch Snow, Jigger Craigin and The Men
What's the Use of Wond'rin Julie Jordan
You'll Never Walk Alone Nettie Fowler
Ballet Louise, Fairground Boy, Louise's Friends and The Snow Family
If I Loved You (Reprise)Billy Bigelow
You'll Never Walk Alone (Reprise)The Company