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Royale Theatre , (4/03/1997 - 7/06/1997)
First Preview:Mar 11, 1997 Total Previews:24
Opening Date:Apr 03, 1997   
Closing Date:Jul 06, 1997 Total Performances:109

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Setting: Savannah, Rainbow Room, Hollywood Canteen, Academy Awards


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)
Produced by Louise Westergaard, Mark Schwartz, Bob Cuillo, Roger Dean, Obie Bailey, Stephen O'Neil and Abraham Salaman; Associate Producer: Nicole Michele Cuillo, Nancy La Vista, L. Michael Post and Elisa Sterling
Originally staged and developed at Tennessee Repertory Theatre (Mac Pirkle, Artistic Director; Brian J. Laczko, Managing Director)
Based on the lyrics of Johnny Mercer; Conceived by Louise Westergaard; Conceived and Mercer Visualization by Jack Wrangler; Featuring songs by Harold Arlen, Rube Bloom, Hoagy Carmichael, Walter Donaldson, Duke Ellington, Ziggy Elman, Bernie Hanighen, Jerome Kern, Matt Malneck, Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer, David Raksin, Victor Schertzinger, Billy Strayhorn, James Van Heusen, Harry Warren and Richard Whiting; Vocal arrangements by Donald Pippin and Bryan Louiselle; Musical Director: Bryan Louiselle; Dance arrangements by Jeanine Tesori; Music orchestrated by Dick Lieb
Directed by Wayne Cilento; Choreographed by Wayne Cilento; Assistant Choreographer: Tracey Langran and Aiko Nakasone
Scenic Design by David Mitchell; Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence; Projection Design by Howard Werner; Associate Scenic Design: Andy Warfel
General Manager: Ralph Roseman; Company Manager: Joka Kops
Production Supervisor: Roy Sears; Production Stage Manager: Diane DiVita; Technical Supervisor: Harris Production Services; Stage Manager: Tripp Phillips
Musical Supervisor: Donald Pippin; Musical Coordinator: Mel Rodnon; Assistant Musical Supervisor: Jan Rosenberg; Conducted by Bryan Louiselle; Associate Conductor: Grant Sturiale; Member of John Pizzarelli Trio - Guitar, Banjo: John Pizzarelli; Member of John Pizzarelli Trio - Piano: Ray Kennedy; Member of John Pizzarelli Trio - Bass: Martin Pizzarelli; Trumpets: Robert Millikan, Larry Lunetta and Jon Owens; Trombones: John Fedchock, Rock Ciccarone and George Gesslein; Reeds: Andrew Sterman, Daniel M. Block, Scott Shachter and Dennis Anderson; French Horn: Katie Dennis and Javier Gandara; Harp: Nancy Brennand; Bass: Peter Donovan; Guitar: Robbie Kirshoff; Drums: Tony Tedesco; Percussion: Ed Shea
Dance Supervisor Jerome Vivona; Production Coordinator: Tripp Phillips; General Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman; Casting: Hughes / Moss Casting; Marketing: FourFront, Inc.; Men's Formal Wear by Brioni; Furs Provided by Ben Kahn Furs; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.
Cast
Lesley Ann Warren Performer
John Pizzarelli Performer
Margaret Whiting Performer
Brooks Ashmanskas Performer
Todd Bailey Performer
Jonathan Dokuchitz Performer
Angelo Fraboni Performer
Amy Heggins Performer
Jennifer Lamberts Performer
Nancy Lemenager Performer
Charles McGowan Performer
Susan Misner Performer
Jessica Molaskey Performer
Kevyn Morrow Performer
Darcie Roberts Performer
Timothy Edward Smith Performer
Swings: Jeffry Denman, Jody Ripplinger, Bill Szobody and Deborah Yates
Standbys: Denise Lor (Performer) and Jane Summerhays (Performer)
Tony Award®
 1997 Best Choreography [nominee]
Wayne Cilento

ACT 1
Dream
(music by Johnny Mercer; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Lazybones
(music by Hoagy Carmichael; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
On Behalf of the Traveling Salesmen
(music by Walter Donaldson; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Pardon My Southern Accent
(music by Matt Malneck; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
(music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Have You Got Any Castles, Baby?
(music by Richard Whiting; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Goody, Goody
(music by Matt Malneck; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Skylark
(music by Hoagy Carmichael; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
The Dixieland Band
(music by Bernie Hanighen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
I Had Myself A True Love / I Wonder What Became of
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Jamboree Jones Jive
(music by Johnny Mercer; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Fools Rush In
(music by Rube Bloom; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Come Rain or Come Shine
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Out Of This World
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
I Remember You
(music by Victor Schertzinger; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Blues in the Night
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
One For My Baby
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
You Were Never Lovelier
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Satin Doll
(music by Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
I'm Old Fashioned
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Dearly Beloved
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
This Time The Dream's On Me
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Something's Gotta Give
(music by Johnny Mercer; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Too Marvelous For Words
(music by Richard Whiting; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
ACT 2
I Thought About You
(music by James Van Heusen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
And The Angels Sing
(music by Ziggy Elman; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
The Fleet's In
(music by Victor Schertzinger; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
G.I. Jive
(music by Johnny Mercer; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
I'm Doin' It For Defense
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Tangerine
(music by Victor Schertzinger; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Day In - Day Out
(music by Rube Bloom; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Jeepers Creepers
(music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
That Old Black Magic
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Laura
(music by David Raksin; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
You Go Your Way
(music by Johnny Mercer; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
My Shining Hour
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Hooray For Hollywood
(music by Richard Whiting; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Accentuate the Positive
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
In The Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening
(music by Hoagy Carmichael; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Charade / The Days of Wine and Roses
(music by Henry Mancini; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Moon River
(music by Henry Mancini; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
On The Atchison, Topeka and the Sante Fe
(music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)