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My Favorite Year   

 
Vivian Beaumont Theatre , (12/10/1992 - 1/10/1993)
First Preview:Oct 31, 1992 Total Previews:45
Opening Date:Dec 10, 1992   
Closing Date:Jan 10, 1993 Total Performances:36

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: New York City, 1954


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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 in association with AT&T: OnStage ®
Book by Joseph Dougherty; Music by Stephen Flaherty; Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens; Based on the motion picture "My Favorite Year" by Dennis Palumbo and Norman Steinberg; Music orchestrated by Michael Starobin; Dance arrangements by Wally Harper; Musical Director: Ted Sperling; Orchestration for "Manhattan" by Danny Troob; Bow Music Orchestration by Michael Gibson
Directed by Ron Lagomarsino; Musical Staging by Thommie Walsh; Associate Choreographer: Robin Black
Scenic Design by Thomas Lynch; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Associate Lighting Design: Peggy Eisenhauer; Sound Design by Scott Lehrer; Hair Design by Angela Gari
LCT General Manager: Steven C. Callahan; Company Manager: Edward J. Nelson
LCT Production Manager: Jeff Hamlin; Production Stage Manager: Robin Rumpf; Stage Manager: Dale Kaufman
Conducted by Ted Sperling; Associate Conductor: Jan Rosenberg; Woodwinds: Alva Hunt, Ken Hitchcock, Rick Heckman and Eugene Scholtens; Trumpet: Lawrence Lunetta, Phil Granger and Darryl Shaw; Trombone: Sonny Russo and Jack Schatz; French Horn: Kaitilin Mahoney; Violin: Belinda Whitney-Barratt, Janine Kam-Lal and Susan Lorentsen; Viola: Ruth Siegler; Cello: Matthias Naegele; Bass: John Babich; Keyboard: Joseph Thalken and Jan Rosenberg; Drums: John Redsecker; Percussion: Larry Spivack; Music Copying: Emily Grishman Music Preparation
Fight direction by B. H. Barry; LCT Casting Director: Daniel Swee; LCT General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; LCT Director of Musical Theater: Ira Weitzman; Poster Design by Paul Rogers; Dance Captain: Robert Ashford; Fight Captain: Michael McGrath; LCT Director of Development: Hattie K. Jutagir; LCT Director of Marketing: Thomas Cott; LCT Dramaturg: Anne Cattaneo; Advertising: Russek Advertising
Cast
Leslie Bell Ensemble
Maria Calabrese Ensemble
Kevin Chamberlin Ensemble
Tim Curry Alan Swann
Colleen Dunn Ensemble
Katie Finneran Tess
Ensemble
James Gerth Ensemble
Michael Gruber Ensemble
Thomas Ikeda Rookie Carroca
Lainie Kazan Belle Steinberg Carroca
David Lipman Uncle Morty
Ensemble
Roxie Lucas Ensemble
Nora Mae Lyng Ensemble
Tom Mardirosian King Kaiser
Andrea Martin Alice Miller
Michael McGrath Ensemble
Josh Mostel Sy Benson
Alan Muraoka Ensemble
Evan Pappas Benjy Stone
Ethan Phillips Herb Lee
Jay Poindexter Ensemble
Russell Ricard Ensemble
Lannyl Stephens K. C. Downing
Paul Stolarsky Leo Silver
Mary Stout Aunt Sadie
Ensemble
Thomas Titone Ensemble
Bruce Winant Ensemble
Christina Youngman Ensemble
Swings: Robert Ashford and Amiee Turner
Standby: Michael O'Gorman (Alan Swann)
Understudies: Kevin Chamberlin (Herb Lee, Sy Benson), Katie Finneran (K. C. Downing), James Gerth (Alan Swann, Leo Silver), Roxie Lucas (Alice Miller), Nora Mae Lyng (Belle Steinberg Carroca), Michael McGrath (Benjy Stone, King Kaiser), Alan Muraoka (Rookie Carroca), Mary Stout (Alice Miller, Belle Steinberg Carroca), Thomas Titone (Benjy Stone, Herb Lee) and Bruce Winant (King Kaiser, Leo Silver, Sy Benson)
Tony Award®
 1993 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Tim Curry
winner 1993 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Andrea Martin
 1993 Best Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Lainie Kazan
Theatre World
nominee 1993 Award [recipient]
Andrea Martin
Drama Desk Award
 1993 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Josh Mostel
winner 1993 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [winner]
Andrea Martin
 1993 Outstanding Orchestrations [nominee]
Michael Starobin
music by Stephen Flaherty; lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
ACT 1Sung By
Twenty Million People Benjy Stone and Company
Larger Than Life Benjy Stone
The Musketeer Sketch Benjy Stone, Sy Benson, King Kaiser, Alice Miller, K. C. Downing, Leo Silver and Herb Lee
Waldorf Suite Benjy Stone
Rookie in the Ring Belle Steinberg Carroca
Manhattan Alan Swann, Benjy Stone and Ensemble
Naked in Bethesda Fountain Sy Benson, Alice Miller, Leo Silver, Herb Lee and K. C. Downing
The Gospel According to the King King Kaiser, Alan Swann and Company
The Musketeer Sketch Rehearsal Benjy Stone, Alan Swann and Ensemble
Funny / The Duck Joke K. C. Downing and Alice Miller
The Musketeer Sketch Rehearsal (Part II) King Kaiser, Alan Swann and Ensemble
Welcome to Brooklyn Uncle Morty, Rookie Carroca, Belle Steinberg Carroca, Aunt Sadie, Benjy Stone, Alan Swann and Neighbors
If the World Were Like the Movies Alan Swann
ACT 2Sung By
Exits Alan Swann
Shut Up and Dance K. C. Downing and Benjy Stone
Professional Showbizness Comedy Alice Miller, King Kaiser and Ensemble
The Lights Come Up Alan Swann and Benjy Stone
Maxford House Maxford House Girls
The Musketeer Sketch Finale Company
My Favorite Year Benjy Stone and Company