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Marlowe   

 
Rialto Theatre , (10/12/1981 - 11/22/1981)
First Preview:Oct 07, 1981 Total Previews:8
Opening Date:Oct 12, 1981   
Closing Date:Nov 22, 1981 Total Performances:40

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: England, 1593, A.D.


Production Staff [Collapse]
Theatre Operated by Loubern Broadway, Inc.
Produced by Tony Conforti and John Annunziato; Produced in association with Billy Gaff and Howard P. Effron; Co - Producer: Robert R. Blume; Associate Producer: Raymond Serra
Book by Leo Rost; Lyrics by Leo Rost and Jimmy Horowitz; Music by Jimmy Horowitz; Music orchestrated by Jimmy Horowitz; Musical Director: Kinny Landrum; Vocal arrangements by Jimmy Horowitz and Patrick Jude
Directed by Don Price; Musical Staging by Don Price; Production Supervised by Tony Conforti
Scenic Design by Cary Chalmers; Costume Design by Natalie Walker; Lighting Design by Mitch Acker and Rick Belzer; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald; Hair Design by Phyllis Della; Make-Up Artist: Steve Wang; Miss Mordente's Make-Up by Hiram Ortiz; Miss Mordente's Hair by Hiram Ortiz
General Manager: Weiler / Miller / Carrellas; Company Manager: Barbara Carrellas
Production Stage Manager: Alisa Adler; Stage Manager: Bo Metzler; Assistant Stage Mgr: Tony Berk; Technical Consultant: Mitch Acker
Musical Supervisor: Larry Fallon; Choral Director: Billy Cunningham; Piano: Kinny Landrum; Assistant Conductor: Don Rebic; Keyboards: Don Rebic; Guitars: John Putnam and Bill Washer; Bass: Chico Rindner; Percussion: Frank Vilardi
Fight Choreography by Peter Moore; Production Associate: Leon Gast; Press Representative: Max Eisen; Dance Captain: Kathy Jennings; Vocal Consultant: David Sorin Collyer; Illustrator / Artist: John Clark; Photographer: Reed Jenkins; Press Associate: Alan Eichler and Maria Somma
Cast
Patrick Jude Christopher Marlowe
Lisa Mordente Emelia Bossano
Raymond Serra Archbishop Parker
Kenneth D. Ard Chorus
Marlène Danielle Chorus
Lennie Del Duca, Jr. William Shakespeare
Renee Dulaney Chorus
Teri Gibson Chorus
Debra Greenfield Audrey Walsingham
Steve Hall Captain Townsend
Robert Hoshour Chorus
John Henry Kurtz Richard Burbage
Diane Pennington Chorus
Caryn Richmond Chorus
Robert Rosen Ingram Frizer
Timothy Tobin Chorus
Margaret Warncke Queen Elizabeth I
Swings: Kathy Jennings and Willie Rosario
Understudies: Teri Gibson (Queen Elizabeth I), Steve Hall (Richard Burbage), Robert Hoshour (William Shakespeare), Diane Pennington (Audrey Walsingham, Emelia Bossano), James Sbano (Archbishop Parker, Christopher Marlowe, Ingram Frizer) and Timothy Tobin (Captain Townsend)
Tony Award®
 1982 Best Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Lisa Mordente
music by Jimmy Horowitz; lyrics by Jimmy Horowitz and Leo Rost
ACT 1Sung By
Prologue Chroniclers
Rocking the Boat Archbishop Parker, Queen Elizabeth I, Captain Townsend and Chorus
Because I'm a Woman Emelia Bossano, William Shakespeare and Richard Burbage
Live for the Moment Christopher Marlowe and Company
Emelia William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe
I'm Coming 'Round to Your Point of View Christopher Marlowe and Emelia Bossano
The Ends Justify the Means Ingram Frizer and Audrey Walsingham
Higher Than High Christopher Marlowe, Emelia Bossano, Richard Burbage, William Shakespeare and Chorus
Rocking the Boat (Reprise)Company
ACT 2Sung By
Prologue Chroniclers
Christopher Emelia Bossano and Chorus
So So I (Ode to Virginity) Richard Burbage and Chorus
Two Lovers Emelia Bossano
The Funeral Dirge Richard Burbage, Emelia Bossano, William Shakespeare, Ingram Frizer, Captain Townsend and Queen Elizabeth I
Live for the Moment (Reprise)Christopher Marlowe and Emelia Bossano
Emelia (Reprise)Christopher Marlowe and Emelia Bossano
Can't Leave Now Christopher Marlowe
Christopher (Reprise)Emelia Bossano, William Shakespeare and Company
The Madrigal Blues Christopher Marlowe and Company