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The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
46th Street Theatre, 226 W. 46th St., New York, NY

46th Street Theatre (6/19/1978 - 3/27/1982)
Produced by Stevie Phillips; Associate Producer: Bonnie Champion; Produced by Danny Kreitzberg.

Company Manager: Leonard A. Mulhern.

Assistant Stage Mgr: Nancy Lynch.

On Stage Musician: Gene Citronbaum, Ed Xiques, Dave Glenn; Band Member: Racine Romaguera, Harvey Shapiro, Chuck Zeuren, Marty Laster; Bass: Jr. Pinada; Steel Guitar: Lynn Frazier; Piano: Pete Blue; Drums: Michael Holleman; Fiddle: Ernie Reed.

Press Representative: Warren Knowlton.

Cast

Beau Allen Aggie #71  
 Cowboy  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Reporter #3  
 Townsperson  
Tom Avera C. J. Scruggs  
 Chip Brewster  
 Governor  
 Traveling Salesman  
Roger Berdahl Scandinavian Placekicker - Aggie #1  
 Slick Dude  
 Soundman  
Valerie Leigh Bixler Angelette  
 Girl  
 Linda Lou
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
Stephen Bray Aggie #17  
 Cowboy  
 Leroy Sliney  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Photographer  
 Townsperson  
Diana Broderick Angelette  
 Choir  
 Eloise
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Townsperson  
Jill Cook Girl  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Taddy Jo
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
 Townsperson  
Patti D'Beck Alternate Dancer  
Cheryl Ebarb Shy  
Clare Fields Beatrice
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
 Choir  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Townsperson  
Fannie Flagg Mona Stangley (May 12, 1980 - ?) 
Susann Fletcher Angelette  
 Choir  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Ruby Rae
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
Becky Gelke Doatsey Mae  
 Reporter #1  
 Ginger
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
Thomas Griffith Aggie #12  
 Cameraman  
 Stage Manager  
Carol Hall Doatsey Mae  
 Mona Stangley  
Patrick Hamilton C. J. Scruggs  
 Chip Brewster  
 Governor  
 Traveling Salesman  
Peter Heuchling A Dogette  
 Aggie #21  
 Choir  
 Photographer  
 Reporter #2  
Tina Johnson Angel  
 Amber
Character name changed to Angel during the run of the show 
 
Larry L. King Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd (Jan 15, 1979 - ?) 
Bobbi Jo Lathan Doatsey Mae  
 Mona Stangley (Aug 6, 1979 - ?) 
Edwina Lewis Jewel  
Nancy Lynch Girl  
Merilee Magnuson Angelette  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Taddy Jo
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
Barbara Marineau Doatsey Mae (Jul 1979-Sep 1979) 
 Reporter #1 (Jul 1979-Sep 1979) 
Stephen McNaughton A Dogette  
 Aggie #21  
 Cowboy  
 Photographer  
 Reporter #2  
Jan Merchant Townsperson  
Anita Morris Mona Stangley (Nov 16, 1981 - ?) 
John Newton Edsel Mackey  
Gene O'Neill Aggie #77  
 Cowboy  
 Leroy Sliney  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Townsperson  
 Slick Dude  
 Soundman  
Andy Parker A Dogette  
 Aggie #77  
 Cowboy  
 Photographer  
Gena Ramsel Amber
Character name changed to Angel during the run of the show 
 
Gil Rogers Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd  
 Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd (Aug 4, 1980 - ?) 
Rebecca Seay Ginger
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
 Girl  
Karen Sutherland Angelette  
 Girl  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Taddy Jo
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
 Townsperson  
Monica Tiller Angelette Imogene Charlene  
 Dawn
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
 Girl  
Candace Tovar Doatsey Mae  
 Jewel  
 Ruby Rae
Girl at Miss Mona's 
 
 Mona Stangley (Nov 24, 1980 - ?) 
Paul Ukena, Jr. Aggie #17  
 Choir  
 Melvin Thorpe Singer  
 Townsperson  
 Slick Dude  
 Soundman  
Debra Zalkind Miss Wulla Jean  
 Townsperson  

Swing: Laura Ackermann.

Understudies: Laura Ackermann (Dawn), Roger Berdahl (Edsel Mackey), Diana Broderick (Ginger), Gerry Burkhardt (Governor, Melvin P. Thorpe), Don Crabtree (Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd), Becky Gelke (Ginger, Mona Stangley, Shy), Stephen McNaughton (Edsel Mackey, Narrator), John Newton (C. J. Scruggs, Mayor Rufus Poindexter, Senator Wingwoah, Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd), Rebecca Seay (Doatsey Mae, Shy Kid), Karen Sutherland (Dawn), Monica Tiller (Amber, Angel).

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