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St. James Theatre , (4/18/1996 - 1/04/1998)
First Preview:Mar 18, 1996 Total Previews:35
Opening Date:Apr 18, 1996   
Closing Date:Jan 04, 1998 Total Performances:715

Category: Musical, Comedy, Farce, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Two hundred years before the Christian era, a day in spring. A street in Rome in front of the houses of Erronius, Senex and Lycus.


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Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman; Rocco Landesman: President; Paul Libin: Producing Director; Jack Viertel: Creative Director)
Produced by Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman; Rocco Landesman: President; Paul Libin: Producing Director; Jack Viertel: Creative Director), Scott Rudin, Paramount Pictures Corporation, The Viertel-Baruch-Frankel Group, Roger Berlind and Dodger Theatricals (Des McAnuff, Michael David, Rocco Landesman, Doug Johnson, Ed Strong, Sherman Warner); Associate Producer: Marc Routh, Perseus Productions and TV Asahi
Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart; Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick; Dance arrangements by David Chase
Directed by Jerry Zaks; Choreographed by Rob Marshall; Associate Choreographer: Sarah Miles
Scenic Design by Tony Walton; Associate Scenic Design: Larry Gruber; Costume Design by Tony Walton; Associate Costume Design: Sharon Sprague; Lighting Design by Paul Gallo; Associate Lighting Design: David Weiner; Sound Design by Tony Meola; Associate Sound Design: Marie Renee Foucher; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence
General Manager: Dodger Productions; Associate Gen. Mgr: Joshua Rosenblum; Company Manager: Marcia Goldberg
Production Manager: Peter Fulbright; Production Stage Manager: Arthur Gaffin; Stage Manager: Michael Pule
Musical Supervisor: Edward Strauss; Musical Coordinator: Seymour "Red" Press; Conducted by Edward Strauss; Associate Conductor: Lawrence Yurman; Woodwind: Les Scott, Seymour "Red" Press, Virgil Blackwell, Edward Zuhlke and John Winder; Trumpet: Stu Satalof, Larry Lunetta and Kamau Adilifu; Trombone: Bruce Bonvissuto and Jack Schatz; French Horn: Paul Riggio; Percussion: Eric Kivnick; Bass: Lou Bruno; Keyboard: Lawrence Yurman; Harp: Beth Robinson; Violin: Ronald Oakland, Alexander Vselensky, Katsuko Esaki, Maura Giannini and Melanie Baker; Cello: Scott Ballantyne and Jeffrey Szabo
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Marketing Consultant: Margery Singer; Dance Captain: Michael Arnold; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.
Cast
Nathan Lane Prologus
an actor
Pseudolus
slave to Hero
Jessica Boevers Philia
a virgin
William Duell Erronius
a citizen of Rome
Cris Groenendaal Miles Gloriosus
a warrior
Mark Linn-Baker Hysterium
slave to Senex and Domina
Ernie Sabella Lycus
a buyer and seller of courtesans
Lewis J. Stadlen Senex
a citizen of Rome
Jim Stanek Hero
son of Senex and Domina
Mary Testa Domina
wife of Senex
Brad Aspel Protean
Cory English Protean
Pamela Everett Tintinabula
a courtesan
Mary Ann Lamb Vibrata
a courtesan
Susan Misner Geminae
a courtesan, one of a pair
Stephanie Pope Gymnasia
a courtesan
Ray Roderick Protean
Lori Werner Geminae
a courtesan, one of a pair
Leigh Zimmerman Panacea
a courtesan
Swings: Michael Arnold, Kevin Kraft and Kristin Willits
Standby: Bob Amaral (Prologus, Pseudolus)
Understudies: Bob Amaral (Hysterium, Lycus), MacIntyre Dixon (Erronius, Senex), Cory English (Hero), Patrick Garner (Erronius, Hysterium, Lycus), Ruth Gottschall (Domina), Kenneth Kantor (Lycus, Miles Gloriosus, Senex), Kevin Kraft (Hero), Jennifer Rosin (Philia) and Leigh Zimmerman (Gymnasia)
ACT 1Sung By
Comedy Tonight Prologus (an actor), Proteans and Company
Love, I Hear Hero (son of Senex and Domina)
Free Pseudolus (slave to Hero) and Hero (son of Senex and Domina)
The House of Marcus Lycus Lycus (a buyer and seller of courtesans), Pseudolus (slave to Hero) and Courtesans
Lovely Philia (a virgin) and Hero (son of Senex and Domina)
Everybody Ought to Have a Maid Senex (a citizen of Rome), Pseudolus (slave to Hero), Hysterium (slave to Senex and Domina) and Lycus (a buyer and seller of courtesans)
I'm Calm Hysterium (slave to Senex and Domina)
Impossible Senex (a citizen of Rome) and Hero (son of Senex and Domina)
Bring Me My Bride Miles Gloriosus (a warrior), Pseudolus (slave to Hero), Courtesans and Proteans
ACT 2Sung By
That Dirty Old Man Domina (wife of Senex)
That'll Show Him Philia (a virgin)
Lovely (Reprise)Pseudolus (slave to Hero) and Hysterium (slave to Senex and Domina)
Funeral Sequence and Dance Miles Gloriosus (a warrior), Pseudolus (slave to Hero), Courtesans and Proteans
Comedy Tonight (Reprise)Company