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  • (1936 - 1969) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1936) Stage Play: The Illustrators' Show. Musical revue. Music mostly by Irving Actman. Lyrics mostly by Frank Loesser [earliest Broadway credit]. Additional music by Edgar Fairchild, Charlotte Kent, Frederick Loewe, Berenece Kazounoff and Michael Cleary [credited as Michael H. Cleary]. Additional lyrics by Milton Pascal, Charlotte Kent, Earle Crooker', Nathaniel Lief [final Broadway credit], Max Lief [final Broadway credit] and Carl Randall. Conceived by Society of Illustrators. Amplified and edited by Tom Weatherly. Sketches by Harry Evans, Max Liebman, Hi Alexander, Frank Gabrielson, David Lesan, Kenneth Webb, Donald Blackwell, Napie Moore and Otto Soglow; Musical Director: Gene Salzer. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Scenic Design by Arne Lundborg. Sketches directed by Allen Delano. 48th Street Theatre: 22 Jan 1936- 25 Jan 1936 (5 performances). Cast: Robert Perry, Phyllis Cameron, Claire Carroll, Dorothy Chilton, Fred Cooper, Connie Crowell, Joe Donatello, Betty Gillette, Gomez & Winona, Niela Goodelle, Dan Harden, Elizabeth Houston, William Houston, Harriette Howell, Helen Hudson, Betty Lee, Normand Lind, Helen Lynd, Patricia Marton, Edward Mowen, Frances Nevins, Earl Oxford, Sandra Roy, Otto Soglow, Lorraine Teatom, Dorothy Walker, Davenie Watson, O.Z. Whitehead. Produced by Tom Weatherly.
  • Stage: Wrote music and lyrics "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" (1995). Musical comedy (revival). Directed by Des McAnuff. Richard Rodgers Theatre: 23 Mar 1995 - 14 Jul 1996.
  • The Most Happy Fella (1956). Musical comedy. Book by Frank Loesser (also music and lyrics). Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreographed by Dania Krupska. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Imperial Theatre (moved to The Broadway Theatre from 21 Oct 1957 to close): 3 May 1956- 14 Dec 1957 (676 performances). Cast: Jo Sullivan, Richard Torigi, Robert Weede, Susan Johnson, Shorty Long, Mona Paulee, Myrna Aaron, Arthur Arney, Ken Ayers, Zina Bethune, Helon Blount, Theodora Brandon, Betsy Bridge, Lee Cass, Bob Daley, Thelma Dare, Lanier Davis, Henry Director, Ralph Farnworth, Rico Froehlich, Beverly Gaines, Alan Gilbert, Russell Goodwin, Marlyn Greer, Norris Greer, John Henson, Richard Hermany, Keith Kaldenberg, Athan Karras, Walter Kelvin, Jerry Kurland, Roy Lazarus, Art Lund, Martha Mathes, Carolyn Maye, Meri Miller, Genevieve Owens, Arthur Partington, Louis Polacek, Hunter Ross, Arthur Rubin, Patti Schmidt, John Sharpe, Lillian Shelby, Toba Sherwood, Marjorie Smith, Christopher Snell, Evans Thornton, Lois Van Pelt. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Lynn Loesser. Trivia: Production featured prominently in Season 6 episode 22 of "I Love Lucy" involving mispurchased theatre tickets (The Arnaz's were investors in the hit production).
  • (1995) His musical, "Guys & Dolls," was performed at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook, Illinois, with Ron Keaton in the cast.
  • (2000) His musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," was performed at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook, Illinois with Guy Adkins in the cast.
  • (1950) Stage Play: Guys and Dolls. Musical comedy. Music by Frank Loesser. Lyrics by Frank Loesser. Book by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling. Based on a Story and Characters by Damon Runyon. Musical Director: Irving Actman. Music arranged by George Bassman and Ted Royal. Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene. Vocal direction by Herbert Greene. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Assistant Designer to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Trew Hocker. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Michael Kidd. Directed by George S. Kaufman. 46th Street Theatre: 24 Nov 1950- 26 Nov 1953 (1200 performances). Cast: Robert Alda (as "Sky Masterson") [Broadway debut/winner of 1951 Tony Award for Best Actor], Isabel Bigley, Vivian Blaine (as "Miss Adelaide"), Sam Levene (as "Nathan Detroit"), Pat Rooney (as "Arvide Abernathy"), Wana Allison, Forest Bonshire [credited as Forrest Bonshire] (as "Dancer"), Douglas Deane (as "Rusty Charlie"), Geraldine Delaney (as "Dancer"), Charles Drake (as "Singer"), Barbara Ferguson (as "Dancer"), Anthony Gardell, Peter Gennaro (as "Dancer"), Bern Hoffman (as "Joey Biltmore/Singer"), Lee Joyce (as "Dancer"), Stubby Kaye (as "Nicely-Nicely Johnson") [Broadway debut], Beverly Lawrence (as "Singer"), Marcia Maier, Christine Matsios, Paul Migan, Joe Milan, Carl Nicholas (as "Singer"), Margery Oldroyd (as "Agatha, Mission Band"), Netta Packer (as "General Matilda B. Cartwright"), Tom Pedi (as "Harry the Horse"), Eddie Phillips (as Dancer"), B.S. Pully, Paul Reed, Harry Lee Rogers, Don Russell, Hal Saunders, Bud Schwab (as "Dancer"), Johnny Silver (as "Benny Southstreet"), Earle Styres (as "Singer"), Beverly Tassoni (as "Dancer/Mimi"), Merritt Thompson (as "Dancer"), Ruth Vernon, Onna White (as "Dancer"). Replacement cast: Tom Ahearne (as "Lt. Brannigan"), Lance Avant (as "Dancer"), Ralph Beaumont (as "Dancer"), Lynn Bernay (as "Dancer"), Gene Carrons (as "Dancer"), Neil Chirico (as "Singer"), Donn Driver (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Bob Evans (as "Dancer/Waiter"), Ralph Farnworth (as "Singer"), Paul Gannon (as "Dancer"), Peter Gennaro (as "Drunk"), Louise Golden (as "Dancer"), Suzanne Hanson (as "Agatha, Mission Band"), Susan Hight (as "Sarah Brown"), Jack Konzal (as "Dancer"), Jan Kovak (as "Dancer"), Alicia Krug (as "Dancer"), Al Lanti (as "Dancer"), Ralph Linn (as "Dancer"), Dell Markee (as "Harry the Horse"), Christine Matsios (as "Mission Band"), Maureen McNally (as "Mission Band/Singer"), Scott Merrill (as "Dancer"), Philip Nasta (as "Dancer"), Al Nesor (as "Benny Southstreet") [Broadway debut], Maria Novotna (as "Agatha, Mission Band"), Julie Oshins (as "Nathan Detroit"), Joan Petrone (as "Dancer"), Jack Prince (as "Nicely-Nicely Johnson"), Toni Reynolds (as "Priscilla, Mission Band/Singer"), Tom Rieder (as "Singer"), Loretta Rossi (as "Dancer"), Jeanne Schlegel (as "Mission Band/Singer"), Michael Scrittorale (as "Dancer"), Norwood Smith (as "Sky Masterson"), Ann Sparkman (as "Dancer/Mimi"), Martha Stewart (as "Miss Adelaide") [during Vivian Blaine's vacation], Harriet Talbot (as "Dancer"), Pat Turner (as "Dancer"), Arthur Ulisse (as "Singer"), Kenneth Urmston (as "Dancer"), Ben Vargas (as "Dancer"), Marc West (as "Dancer"), Iva Withers (as "Miss Adelaide"), Gretchen Wyler (as "Dancer"). Understudies: Edward Chappel (as "Sky Masterson"), Ralph Farnworth (as "Sky Masterson"), Suzanne Hanson (as "General Matilda B. Cartwright"), Maureen McNally (as "Sarah Brown"), Maria Novotna (as "General Matilda B. Cartwright"), Toni Reynolds (as "Sarah Brown"), Tom Rieder (as "Sky Masterson"), Jeanne Schlegel (as "General Matilda B. Cartwright"), Sammy Schwartz (as "Nathan Detroit"), Gretchen Wyler (as "Miss Adelaide"). Produced by Feuer & Martin. Note: On hiatus during much of the summer of 1953). Winner of (5) 1951 Tony Awards. Produced on film as Guys and Dolls (1955/I) starring Marlon Brando.
  • (1955) Stage Play: Guys and Dolls. Musical comedy (revival). Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Directed by Philip Mathias. City Center: 20 Apr 1955- 31 May 1955.
  • (1965) Stage Play: Guys and Dolls (1965). Musical comedy (revival). Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Directed by Gus Schirmer. City Center: 28 Apr 1965- 9 May 1965.
  • The Most Happy Fella (1959). Musical comedy (revival). Book by Frank Loesser (also music and lyrics). Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Entire production directed and supervised by Dania Krupska. Original Choreography by Dania Krupska. Choreography restaged by Arthur Partington. City Center: 10 Feb 1959- 22 Feb 1959 (16 performances). Cast: Kenny Adams, Jessica Albright, Norman Atkins, Lorrie Bentley, Mary Sue Berry, Muriel Birkhead, Johnny Borden, Theodora Brandon, Jan Canada, Lee Cass, Fred Conway, Michael Davis, Jack De Leon, Terry DeLiva, John Dorrin, Robert Ethridge, Garold Gardner, Mary Anne Heitzig, Del Horstmann, Jordon Howard, Betty Jenkins, Keith Kaldenberg, Gloria Kaye, Bob LaCrosse, Kenneth Lane, Roy Lazarus, Art Lund (as "Joe"), Bruce MacKay, Kitty Malone, Win Mayo, Jack McCann, Sherry McCutcheon, Jack McMinn, Sheldon Ossosky, Bernadette Peters (as "Tessie") [Broadway debut], Barbara Saxby, James Schlader, Jeanne Schlegel, Sybil Scotford, Michael Scrittorale, James Senn, Libi Staiger, Paula Stewart (as "Rosabella"), Shelia Swenson, George Zima. Produced by New York City Center Light Opera Company (Jean Dalrymple: Director).
  • (2005) His musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," was performed in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England with Joe McFadden, James Bolam, Gary Milner, Fiona Dann, David Langham, Beverley Klein, and Teddy Kempner in the cast. Martin Duncan was director.
  • (February 26, 2011 - April 24, 2011) His musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," was performed at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Daniel Radcliffe (played J. Pierrepont Finch), John Larroquette (Broadway musical debut), Tammy Blanchard, Christopher J. Hanke, and Rose Hemingway (Broadway debut) in the cast. He wrote the score for the musical. Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert wrote the book of a musical. Shepherd Mead wrote the novel. Rob Ashford was director and choreographer.
  • (1953) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Coliseum in London, England with Lizbeth Webb, Vivian Blaine, Sam Levene, Edmund Hockridge, Stubby Kaye, Danny Green, and Harry Brindle in the cast.
  • (1954) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Coliseum in London, England with Lizbeth Webb, Jacqueline James, Sidney James (played Nathan Detroit), Edmund Hockridge, William Thorburn, Danny Green, and Harry Brindle in the cast.
  • (1958) His musical, "Where's Charley?," was performed at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Norman Wisdom, Jerry Desmonde, Pip Hinton, Felix Felton, Marion Grimaldi, Pamela Gale, Barry Kent, David Kernan, and Philip Potter in the cast.
  • (1960) His musical, "The Most Happy Fella," was performed at the Coliseum in London, England with Inia Te Wiata, Edwin Steffe, Helena Scott, Art Lund, Libi Staiger, Jack DeLon, Helena Leahy (for Nina Verushka), Walter Midgeley, William Dickie, Alan Jones, and Art Lund in the cast. Jerome Eskow was director. Kenneth Alywn was conductor.
  • (1963) His musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," was performed at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Warren Berlinger and Billy De Wolfe in the cast.
  • (1985) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed in an original Richard Eyre production at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Lulu, Norman Rossington, Clarke Peters, Betsy Brantley, David Healy, Mark Hadfield, and Anthony Pedley.
  • (January 1982) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Bob Hoskins, Ian Charleson, and Julie Covington in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.
  • (November 1982) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Trevor Peacock, Paul Jones, and Belinda Sinclair in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.
  • (July 1985) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed in a British National Theatre production at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Lulu, Norman Rossington, Clarke Peters, Lynn Webster (for Betsy Brantley), David Healy, and John Warner in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.
  • (2010 - 2011) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Jessie Mueller in the cast.
  • (1959) Stage Play: The Most Happy Fella. Musical comedy (revival). Book by Frank Loesser (also music and lyrics). Musical Director: Abba Bogin. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Entire production directed and supervised by Dania Krupska. Original Choreography by Dania Krupska. Choreography restaged by Arthur Partington. City Center: 10 Feb 1959- 22 Feb 1959 (16 performances). Cast: Kenny Adams, Jessica Albright, Norman Atkins, Lorrie Bentley, Mary Sue Berry, Muriel Birkhead, Johnny Borden, Theodora Brandon, Jan Canada, Lee Cass, Fred Conway, Michael Davis, Jack De Leon, Terry DeLiva, John Dorrin, Robert Ethridge, Garold Gardner, Mary Anne Heitzig, Del Horstmann, Jordon Howard, Betty Jenkins, Keith Kaldenberg, Gloria Kaye, Bob LaCrosse, Kenneth Lane, Roy Lazarus, Art Lund (as "Joe"), Bruce MacKay, Kitty Malone, Win Mayo, Jack McCann, Sherry McCutcheon, Jack McMinn, Sheldon Ossosky, Bernadette Peters (as "Tessie") [Broadway debut], Barbara Saxby, James Schlader, Jeanne Schlegel, Sybil Scotford, Michael Scrittorale, James Senn, Libi Staiger, Paula Stewart (as "Rosabella"), Shelia Swenson, George Zima. Produced by New York City Center Light Opera Company (Jean Dalrymple: Director).
  • (1960) Stage Play: Greenwillow. Musical comedy. Book by Lesser Samuels and Frank Loesser. Based on the novel by B.J. Chute. Music by Frank Loesser. Lyrics by Frank Loesser. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Musical Director: Abba Bogin. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Directed by George Roy Hill. Alvin Theatre: 8 Mar 1960- 28 May 1960 (97 performances). Cast: Anthony Perkins (as "Gideon Briggs"), William Chapman (as "Reverend Lapp"), Cecil Kellaway (as "Reverend Birdsong"), Pert Kelton (as "Gramma Briggs"), Ellen McCown (as "Dorrie Whitbred"), Kenny Adams (as "Singing Ensemble"), Jere Admire (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Don Atkinson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Estelle Aza (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Betsy Bridge (as "Singing Ensemble"), Lynn Brinker (as "Martha Briggs"), Lee Cass (as "Thomas Clegg"), Joan Coddington (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Saralou Cooper (as "Emma"), Grover Dale (as "Andrew"), Dortha Duckworth (as "Clara Clegg"), Ethelyne Dunfee (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Richard Englund (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Marie Foster (as "Mrs. Lunny/Singing Ensemble"), Rico Froehlich (as "Singing Ensemble"), David Gold (as "Will/Dancing Ensemble"), Russell Goodwin (as "Singing Ensemble"), Margery Gray (as "Nell/Dancing Ensemble"), Mickey Gunnerson (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Brenda Harris (as "Sheby Briggs"), Jordon Howard (as "Mr. Preebs/Singing Ensemble"), Patsi King (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jack Leigh (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Bruce MacKay (as "Amos Briggs"), John Megna (as "Jabez Briggs"), Marian Mercer (as "Singing Ensemble"), Carl Nicholas (as "Singing Ensemble"), Thomas Norden (as "Young Churchgoer"), Virginia Oswald (as "Singing Ensemble"), Bob Roman (as "Singing Ensemble"), Elaine Swann (as "Maidy"), Shelia Swenson (as "Singing Ensemble"), Maggie Task (as "Mrs. Hasty/Singing Ensemble"), Karen Thorsell (as "Singing Ensemble"), Ian Tucker (as "Micah Briggs"), Nancy Van Rhein (as "Dancing Ensemble"), Jimmy White (as "Dancing Ensemble"). Understudies: Grover Dale (as "Gideon Briggs"), Marie Foster (as "Clara Clegg/Gramma Briggs"), Rico Froehlich (as "Reverend Lapp"), Edmund Gaynes (as "Micah Briggs"), Russell Goodwin (as "Amos Briggs"), Jordon Howard (as "Thomas Clegg"), Patsi King (as "Nell"), Jack Leigh (as "Will"), Ralph Linn (as "Andrew"), Ave Marie Megna (as "Sheby Briggs"), Marian Mercer (as "Emma/Maidy"), Thomas Norden (as "Jabez Briggs"), Clarence Nordstrom (as "Reverend Birdsong"), Virginia Oswald (as "Mrs. Hasty"), Bob Roman (as "Mr. Preebs"), Maggie Task (as "Martha Briggs") and Karen Thorsell (as "Dorrie Whitbred"). Produced by Robert A. Willey. Produced in association with Frank Productions Inc.
  • (1948) Stage Play: Where's Charley? Comedy. Music by Frank Loesser. Lyrics by Frank Loesser. Book by George Abbott. Based on the play "Charley's Aunt" by Brandon Thomas. Musical Director: Edward Scott. Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal and Hans Spialek. Choreographed by George Balanchine. Scenic Design and Costume Design by David Ffolkes. Directed by George Abbott. Broadway Theatre: 11 Oct 1948- 9 Sep 1950 (792 performances). Cast: Ray Bolger (as "Charley Wykeham"), Horace Cooper (as "Mr. Spettigue"), Paul England (as "Sir Francis Chesney"), Jane Lawrence (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez"), Allyn Ann McLerie (as "Amy Spettigue"), Doretta Morrow (as "Kitty Verdun"), Byron Palmer (as "Jack Chesney"), Rae Abruzzo (as "Singer"), John Allen (as "Singer"), Marian Baird (as "Singer"), Robert Baird (as "Singer"), Vicki Barrett (as "Dancer"), Mary Alice Bingham (as "Dancer"), James Bird (as "Singer"), Douglas Deane (as "Reggie/Dancer"), Geraldine Delaney (as "Dancer"), Alex Dunaeff (as "Dancer"), Marge Ellis (as "Dancer"), George Enke (as "Dancer"), Marie Foster (as "Patricia/Dancer"), John Friend (as "Dancer/A Professor"), Dan Gallagher (as "Singer"), Bobby Harrell (as "Dancer"), Bob Held (as "Singer"), Jane Judge (as "Singer"), Edgar Kent (as "Wilkinson"), Ray Kyle (as "Dancer"), James Lane (as "Photographer"), John Lynds (as "Brassett"), Cornell MacNeil (as "Singer"), Marcia Maier (as "Dancer"), Betty Oakes (as "Singer"), Eleanor Parker (as "Singer"), Hazel Patterson (as "Dancer"), Stowe Phelps (as "Singer"), Katharine Reeve (as "Singer"), Walter Rinner (as "Dancer"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), Susan Stewart (as "Dancer"), Gloria Sullivan (as "Singer"), Ernest Taylor (as "Singer"), Bill Weber (as "Dancer"), Irene Weston (as "Singer"), Ken Whelan (as "Dancer"). Understudies: James Bird (as "Photographer/Reggie"), Douglas Deane (as "Charley Wykeham"), Marie Foster (as "Amy Spettigue"), Dan Gallagher (as "Sir Francis Chesney"), James Lane (as "Mr. Spettigue), Cornell MacNeil (as "Jack Chesney"), Betty Oakes (as "Kitty Verdun"), Stowe Phelps (as "Brassett"), Katharine Reeve (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez") and Ernest Taylor (as "Wilkinson"). Replacement actors: Beverly Bozman (as "Amy (as "Spettigue"), Joan Chandler (as "Amy Spettigue"), Larry Douglas (as "Jack Chesney"), Rose Inghram (as "Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez"), Dusty McCaffrey (as "Dancer"), Allyn McLerie (as "Amy Spettigue"), Ruth McVayne (as "Singer"), William Scully (as "Singer"), Toni Stuart (as "Dancer"), Gordon West (as "Dancer"), Hazel Willer (as "Kitty Verdun"). Understudy: William Scully (as "Photographer/Reggie"). Produced by Cy Feuer and Ernest H. Martin. Produced in association with Gwen Rickard. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros. as Where's Charley? (1952).
  • (March 10, 1995 - July 14, 1996) "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," a musical comedy revival, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser [posthumous credit], book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, based on the novel by Shepherd Mead, music orchestration by Danny Troob, musical direction and vocal arrangements by Ted Sperling, additional orchestrations by David Siegel and Robert Ginzler, dance arrangements by Jeanine Tesori, incidental music arrangements by Ted Sperling, choreography by Wayne Cilento, assistant choreographer Lisa LeGuillou, and directed by Des McAnuff on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (564 total performances, including 16 previews beginning March 10, 1995). Cast: Matthew Broderick (as "J. Pierrepont Finch"), Jeff Blumenkrantz, Ronn Carroll, Victoria Clark, Jonathan Freeman, Luba Mason, Megan Mullally (as "Rosemary Pilkington"), Gerry Vichi, Lillias White, Randl Ask, Kevin Bogue (as "Security Guard/Wicket/Ensemble"), Maria Calabrese, Walter Cronkite (as "Voice of the Narrator"/Recorded voice only), Tom Flynn, Jack Hayes, Rebecca Holt, Jay Aubrey Jones, Nancy Lemenager, Kristi Lynes, Martin Moran, Aiko Nakasone, William Ryall, Jerome Vivona, and Carla Renata (as Carla Renata Williams). Produced by Dodger Theatricals (Des McAnuff, Michael Daevid (as Michael David), 'Robin De Levita', Rocco Landesman, Ed Strong), Kardana Productions, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and The Nederlander Organization (James Nederlander Sr. (as James M. Nederlander): Chairman. Robert E. Nederlander: President. James L. Nederlander: Vice-President); Associate Producer: Whistlin' Dixie.
  • (1997) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Laurence Olivier Theatre in London, England with Henry Goodman, Clarke Peters, Joanna Riding, Clive Rowe, and Imelda Staunton in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.
  • (2013-2014 Season) Abe Burrows and his musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," was performed at the Porchlight Music Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with John Keating in the cast. Brenda Didier was choreographer. Bill Morey was costume designer.
  • (1998) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Angela Iannone, and Don Forston in the cast. Dominic Missimi was director. Kenny Ingram was choreographer. Nancy Missimi was costume designer.
  • (1994) His musical, "The Most Happy Fella," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Charles Karel and Kathy Morath in the cast.
  • (October 2015 - December 2015) TV commercial, "Warming Up," with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga singing a duet of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" (song written by Frank Loesser in 1944), for Barnes and Noble Bookstores.
  • (July 17, 2006 - July 29, 2006) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Jarrod Emick,, Jason Grae, Liz Larsen, Garrett Long, Gerry McIntyre, Brent McBeth, Chuck Rea, Richard Ruiz, Bob Dorian, and William Ryall in the cast.
  • (2000 - 2001) He wrote the music and lyrics for "Frank Loesser's Hans Christian Andersen," in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Book by Sebastian Barry. Martha Clarke was director and choreographer.
  • (February 1952) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Pamela Britton (Miss Adelaide) and Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom (Big Jule) in the cast.
  • (February 4, 1963) His musical, "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Dyan Cannon in the cast.
  • (1955) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Sheila Arnold, Jerry Mann, Mary O'Fallon, and Warde Donovan in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.
  • (1958) Sidney Howard and his musical, "Most Happy Fella," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Edwin Steffe and Arlyne Frank in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.
  • (1965) Sidney Howard and his musical, "Most Happy Fella," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Art Lund, Edwin Steffe and Margot Moser in the cast. Stone Widney was director.
  • (1965) His musical, "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Len Gochman and Willard Waterman in the cast. Chars. Durand was director.
  • (1965) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Vivian Blaine, Sam Levene and Norwood Smith in the cast. Gus Schirmer was director.
  • (March 16, 1992 - 1995) "Guys and Dolls," a musical revival; from a story by and characters by Damon Runyon; based upon the play of the same name, book by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling; music and lyrics by Frank Loesser; dance music by Mark Hummel; choreography by Christopher Chadman; directed by Jerry Zaks; with the previews and opening night cast including: Jossie DeGuzman (as Josie de Guzman) (portraying Sarah Brown); Peter Gallagher (portraying Sky Masterson); Nathan Lane (portraying Nathan Detroit); Faith Prince (portraying Miss Adelaide); Robert Michael Baker (portraying Drunk); Walter Bobbie (portraying Nicely-Nicely Johnson); and several others in the opening night cast; on Broadway at the Martin Beck Theatre (renamed the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in 2003), Manhattan, New York City, New York City, New York, USA
  • (1984-1985 season) His musical, "Guys and Dolls," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Jack Carter, Larry Kert, Susan Powell, Lenora Nemetz, Philip Wm. McKinley and Jack Harrold in the cast. Robert Johanson was director. Michael Shawn was choreographer. Jim Coleman was musical director. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Frances Aronson was lighting designer. Guy Geoly was costume designer.
  • (June 1966) He composed music and lyrics for the musical, "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Abe Burrows, Willie Gilbert and Jack Weinstock wrote the book.
  • (August 1969) He wrote the book, music and lyrics for the musical, "The Most Happy Fella," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (September 1978) He composed music for the musical, "Guys and Dolls, "at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Julius La Rosa and Jo Sullivan in the cast. Based on the story by Damon Runyon. Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows wrote the book.
  • (July 1991) He was composer and lyricist for the musical, "Where's Charlie?," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. George Abbott wrote the book.
  • (July 24 to August 5, 1994) He wrote the book, music and lyrics for the musical, "The Most Happy Fella," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine.
  • (December 17, 1999 to February 20, 2000) He was lyricist for the musical, "Guys and Dolls," in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Fichlander Theater in Washington D.C. Charles Randolph Wright was director. Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows wrote the book.
  • (April 9 to May 23, 2004) He was composer and lyricist for the musical, "Senior Discretion Himself," in The Arena Stage production at the Fichlander Theater in Washington D.C. He and Culture Clash wrote the book. Charles Randolph Wright was director.
  • (October 17 to December 29, 1991) He wrote the book, music and lyrics for the musical, "The Most Happy Fella," in the 25th Anniversary Season presented by Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson at the James A. Doolittle Theatre (University of California) in Los Angeles, California with Spiro Malas, Scott Waara, Liz Larsen and Mary Gordon Murray in the cast. Gerald Gutierrez was director. Tim Stella was musical director. Liza Gennaro was choreographer. Craig Miller was lighting designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.
  • (2004-2005 season) He was composer and lyricist for the musical, "Guys and Dolls," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Based on a story and characters by Damon Runyon. Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows wrote the book. Kim Rubinstein was director. Daniel Pelzig was choreographer. Jamie Schmidt was musical director. G.W. Mercier was set and costume designer. Robert Wierzal was lighting designer. Nick Borisjuk was sound designer.
  • (2016-2017 season) He wrote the book for the musical, "The Most Happy Fella," at the Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with William Roberts, Molly Hernandez, Joe Giovannetti and Courtney Jones in the cast. Fred Anzevino was director. Jeremy Ramey was music director. Sidney Howard was writer.

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