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Canterbury Tales   

Rialto Theatre , (2/12/1980 - 2/24/1980)
First Preview:Feb 08, 1980 Total Previews:4
Opening Date:Feb 12, 1980   
Closing Date:Feb 24, 1980 Total Performances:16

Category: Musical, Revival, Broadway
Setting: A four day Pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral. Late 1300s.

Production Staff
Theatre Operated by Loubern Broadway, Inc.
Produced by Burry Fredrik and Bruce Schwartz
This production originally produced by Equity Library Theatre
Book by Martin Starkie and Neville Coghill; Music by Richard Hill and John Hawkins; Lyrics by Neville Coghill; Based on the book by Geoffrey Chaucer; Musical Director: John Kroner; Based on the translation of Chaucer by Neville Coghill; Vocal arrangements by John Kroner
Directed by Robert Johanson; Choreographed by Randy Hugill
Scenic Design by Michael Anania; Costume Design by Sigrid Insull; Lighting Design by Gregg Marriner
General Manager: David Lawlor
Production Stage Manager: M. R. Jacobs; Stage Manager: Jim R. Sprague and David Asher
Percussion: William Strauss; Bass: Zev Katz; Trumpets: Robert Sayer and Joseph Shufle; Trombone: Steven Calia; Keyboard: John Kroner; Guitar: Robert Felstein
General Press Representative: Shirley Herz, Jan Greenberg and Sam Rudy; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; Photographer: Gary Wheeler
Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International
Win Atkins Miller
Kaylyn Dillehay Molly
Andy Ferrell Yeoman
King Arthur
Ted Houck, Jr. Steward
The Carpenter
George Maguire Host
Earl McCarroll Chaucer
Vance Mizelle Merchant
Krista Neumann Alison
The Sweetheart
Polly Pen Cook
Miller's Wife
K. K. Preece Nun
Maureen Sadusk Wife of Bath
Old Woman
Mimi Sherwin Prioress
Richard Stillman Clerk
Robert Stoeckle Knight
Robert Tetirick Squire
Andrew Traines Friar
Martin Walsh Pardoner
Kelly Walters Summoner
Tricia Witham May
Understudies: David Asher (Damian, Executioner, Friar, Horse, Host, Justinus, Knight, Nicholas, Pardoner, Pluto, Squire), Andy Ferrell (Clerk, Horse, Page, Robin), George Maguire (Chaucer, January), Kim Morgan (Alison, Cook, Duenna, Guenevere, May, Miller's Wife, Molly, The Sweetheart), Polly Pen (Nun, Prioress, Proserpina), K. K. Preece (Old Woman, Wife of Bath), Richard Stillman (Absalon, Alan, John, King Arthur, Summoner, Yeoman), Andrew Traines (Merchant, Miller) and Martin Walsh (Placebo, Steward, The Carpenter)
music by Richard Hill and John Hawkins; lyrics by Neville Coghill
ACT 1Sung By
Welcome Song Host and Company
Goodnight Hymn Company
Canterbury Day Company
Horse Ride Company
I Have a Noble Cock Nicholas
There's the Moon Nicholas and Alison
Darling Let Me Teach You How to Kiss Absalon
It Depends on What You're At Wife of Bath, Nun and Company
Beer Is Best Miller, Miller's Wife, Molly, Alan and John
Love Will Conquer All Prioress, Nun and Company
Canterbury Day (Reprise)Company
ACT 2Sung By
Come on and Marry Me Honey Wife of Bath and Company
Where Are the Girls of Yesterday Host
April Song Company
If She Has Never Loved Before January and May
I'll Give My Love a Ring Damian and May
Pear Tree Sextet January, May, Damian, Pluto, Proserpina and Merchant
What Do Women Most Desire Knight and Ladies
I Am All Ablaze Knight and Sweetheart
Love Will Conquer All (Reprise)Prioress, Nun and Company