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(1947- 1993). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1947). Stage Play: High Button Shoes. Musical comedy. Book by Stephen Longstreet. Music by Jule Styne [earliest Broadway credit] and Sammy Cahn. Lyrics by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. Based on "The Sisters Liked Them Handsome" by Stephen Longstreet. Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Vocal arrangements by Bob Martin. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Directed by George Abbott. New Century Theater (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 22 Dec 1947- 18 Oct 1948, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 18 Oct 1948- close): 9 Oct 1947- 2 Jul 1949 (727 performances). Cast: Mark Dawson, Lois Lee, Jack McCauley, Nancy Babcock, Jean Marie Caples, Vincent Carbone, Gloria Casper, Raul Celada, Leonard Claret, Clay Clement (as "General Longstreet"), Edward Cole, Carole Coleman, Ray Cook, Erno Czako, William David, Evans Davis, Mark Dawson, John Dennis, Jacqueline Dodge, Nanette Fabray (as "Sara Longstreet"), Joey Faye (as "Mr. Pontdue"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Elmer Simpkins/Singer"), Helen Gallagher (as "Nancy"), Estelle Gardner, Margaret Gavan, Evelyn Giles, Tom Glennon, Paul Godkin, Virginia Gorski, June Graham, Donald Harris, Ronnie Hartman, Neil Harwood, Edward Hayes, Fred Hearn, Betty Hyatt, Christine Karner, Dorothy Karrol, Ray Kirchner, Elena Lane, Lois Lee, Sondra Lee, Howard Lenters, Kay Lewis, Louisa Lewis, Fay Moore, Tommy Morton, Ben Murphy, Hannah O'Leary, Arthur Partington (as "Corps de Ballet/A Boy at the Picnic"), Audrey Peters, William Pierson, Phil Silvers (as "Harrison Floy"), Gloria Smith, Kenneth Spaulding, Johnny Stewart, Toni Stuart, William Sumner, Roy Tobias, Eleonore Treiber, Don Weissmuller, Helene Whitney. Replacement cast: During New Century Theatre run: Dick Beard (as "Corps de Ballet"). During Shubert Theatre run: Jack Albertson (as "Mr. Pontdue"), George Bockman (as "Corps de Ballet"), Rex Cooper (as "Corps de Ballet"), Jack Diamond (as "Mr. Pontdue"), David E. Dubble (as "Another Betting Man"), Joey Faye (as "Harrison Floy"), Evelyn Giles (as "Corps de Ballet"), Chris Karner (as "Corps de Ballet"), Howard Lenters (as "Mr. Anderson"), Kay Lewis (as "Corps de Ballet"), Louisa Lewis (as "Corps de Ballet"), Joan Roberts (as "Sara Longstreet"), Donald Saddler (as "Uncle Willie"), Sue Scott (as "Corps de Ballet"), Kenneth Spalding (as "Corps de Ballet"), Carol Stone (as "Sara Longstreet"), Roy Tobias (as "Corps de Ballet"), Don Weissmuller (as "A Popular Girl's Friend"). Understudies: Carole Coleman (as "Sara Longstreet"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Mr. Pontdue"), Fred Hearn (as "Willie"). During Broadway Theatre run: None noted. Produced by Monte Proser and as Joseph Kipness.

(1949). Stage Play: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Musical comedy. Book by Joseph Fields and Anita Loos. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Adapted from the novel by Anita Loos. Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman. Musical Direction by Milton Rosenstock. Music arranged by Don Walker. Vocal direction and arrangements by Hugh Martin. Assistant to Miss de Mille: Dania Krupska. Choreography by Agnes de Mille. Directed by John C. Wilson. Ziegfeld Theatre: 8 Dec 1949- 15 Sep 1951 (740 performances). Cast: Yvonne Adair (as "Dorothy Shaw"), Anita Alvarez (as "Gloria Stark"), Suzanne Ames (as "Dancer"), Cholly Atkins (as "Dance Team"), Charles Basile (as "Dancer"), Florence Baum (as "Dancer"), Peter Birch (as "Bill, a dancer"), Bill Bradley (as "Dancer"), Eric Brotherson (as "Henry Spofford"), Bob Burkhardt (as "Deck Steward/Singer"), Angela Castle (as "Singer"), Carol Channing (as "Lorelei Lee"), Joan Coburn (as "Singer"), Charles "Honi" Coles (as "Dance Team"), Rex Cooper (as "Dancer"), Robert Cooper (as "Frank, The Olympic Team/Dancer"), Jerry Craig (as "A Steward/Singer"), Crandall Diehl (as "Maitre d'Hotel/Dancer"), William Diehl (as "Policeman/Singer"), Pat Donohue (as "Sun Bather/Show Girl"), Anna Rita Duffy (as "Show Girl"), Rex Evans (as "Sir Francis Beekman"), Nicole France (as "A Flower Girl/Dancer"), Aristide J. Ginoulias (as "Dancer"), Pauline Goddard (as "Dancer"), Peter Holmes (as "Leon, a Valet/Dancer"), George S. Irving (as "Josephus Gage"), Patty Ann Jackson (as "Dancer"), Fran Keegan (as "Deck Walker/Show Girl"), Annette Kohl (as "Girl"), Kazimir Kokic (as "Taxi Driver/Headwaiter"), William Krach (as "The Tenor/Singer"), Alicia Krug (as "Dancer"), John Laverty (as "Dancer"), Shelton Lewis (as "Deck Steward/Singer"), Mort Marshall (as "Robert Lemanteur"), Mary Martinet (as "Dancer"), Jack McCauley (as "Gus Esmond"), Ellen McCown (as "Singer"), Irving Mitchell (as "Mr. Esmond Sr."), Candy Montgomery (as "Singer"), Howard Morris (as "Louis Lemanteur"), Bob Neukum (as "Pierre, a Steward/Singer"), Alice Pearce (as "Mrs. Ella Spofford"), Caren Preiss (as "Dancer"), Reta Shaw(as "Lady Phyllis Beekman"), Judy Sinclair (as "Zizi/Singer"), Curt Stafford (as "An Olympic/Singer"), Junior Standish )as "Deck Walker/Show Girl"), Evelyn Taylor (as "Dancer"), Norma Thornton (as "Dancer"), Lucille Udovick (as "Singer"), David Vogel (as "Singer"), Polly Ward (as "Dancer"), Prue Ward (as "Dancer"), Beverly Jane Weston (as "Singer"), Eddie Weston (as "George, The Olympic Team/Dancer"), Marjorie Winters (as "Sun Bather/Show Girl"), Helen Wood (as "Dancer"), Hope Zee (as "Fifi/Singer"). Understudies: Bill Bradley (as "Taxi Driver"), Joan Coburn (as "Dorothy Shaw"), Crandall Diehl (as "Mr. Esmond Sr."), William Diehl (as "Robert Lemanteur"), George S. Irving (as "Henry Spofford"), Alicia Krug (as "Mrs. Ella Spofford"), Bibi Osterwald (as "Lorelei Lee"), Curt Stafford (as "Josephus Gage"), Evelyn Taylor (as "Gloria Stark"), Lucille Udovich [credited as Lucille Udovick] (as "Lady Phyllis Beekman") [final Broadway role], Eddie Weston (as "Louis Lemanteur"). Replacement actors: Shirl Conway (as "Dorothy Shaw") [circa 1951- ?], Beth Douglas (as "Singer"), Jay Harnick (as "Deck Steward/Singer"). Produced by Herman Levin and Oliver Smith. Note: Filmed as Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953).

(1951). Stage Play: Make a Wish. Musical. Music by Hugh Martin. Lyrics by Hugh Martin. Book by Preston Sturges. (Uncredited) book by Abe Burrows. Based on "The Good Fairy" by Ferenc Molnár. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang and Allan Small. Vocal Direction: Buster Davis. Dance Music Arranged by Richard Pribor. Scenic Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois. Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Choreographed by Gower Champion. Directed by John C. Wilson. Winter Garden Theatre: 18 Apr 1951- 14 Jul 1951 (102 performances). Cast: Nanette Fabray (as "Janette"), Gene Bayliss, Ray Borden, Aleen Buchanan, Dean Campbell, Melville Cooper (as "Marius Frigo"), Dick Crowley, Robert Davis, Ray Dorian, Stephen Douglass, Mary Finney, Helen Gallagher (as "Poupette"), Ed Gombos, Mary Harmon, Eda Heinemann (as "Dr. Didier"), Carol Hendricks, David Huenergardt, Anne Humphrey, Janie Janvier, Margaret Jeanne, Lynn Joelson, Lida Loehring, Harold Lang, John Laverty, Carol Lee, Phil Leeds (as "Dr. Francel"), Douglas Luther, Sylvia Manon, Ellen Martin, Mike Mason, Beverly McFadden, Don McKay, Claire Mitchell, Peggy O'Hara, LeRoi Operti (as "Felix Labiche"), Rica Owen, Ernie Preston, Jack Purcell, Charlotte Ray, Richard Reed, Sue Scott, Bob Shaver, Thelma Tadlock, Norma Thornton, Kenneth Urmston, David Vogel, Victor Voley, Howard Wendell, Ken Whelan. Produced by Harry Rigby, Jule Styne and Alexander H. Cohen.

(1951). Stage Play: Two on the Aisle. Musical revue. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Sketches by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot. Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene. Musical Director: Herbert Greene. "Schneider's Miracle" by Nat Hiken and Billy Friedberg. Musical Staging by Ted Cappy. "Dog Show" choreographed by Ruthanna Boris. Directed by Abe Burrows. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 19 Jul 1951- 15 Mar 1952 (276 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Dolores Gray (as "The Girl/Wife/A Vaudevillian/Br³nnhilde/Specialty Performer/Wifey/She/Miss Travers"), Bert Lahr (as "Lefty Hogan/Captain Universe/The Clown/A Vaudevillian/Siegfried/Schneider/Specialty Performer/Lovey/Close Friend/Him/Mr. Murdock"), John Allen (as "Passer-by/Singing Ensemble"), Jeanette Aquilina (as "Maid/Little Girl/Dancing Ensemble"), Arthur Arney (as "Conductor/Denizen of Venus/Singing Ensemble"), Margery Beddow (as "Rhine Maiden/Dancing Ensemble"), Fred Bryan (as "Specialty Singer/Singing Ensemble"), Betty Buday (as "Lover/Dalmatian/Dancing Ensemble"), Gloria Danyl (as "The Other Woman/Clown's Assistant/Rhine Maiden/Cocker Spaniel/Dancing Ensemble"), Bob Emmett (as "3rd Suitor/The Man/Traveller/Judge/Dancing Ensemble"), Dorothy Etheridge (as "Specialty Dancer/Pekinese"), Gregg Evans (as "Russian Wolfhound/Showgirl"), Jerry Fries (as "Specialty Dancer/Trainer for Wolfhounds/Dancing Ensemble"), Robert Gallagher (as "Conductor/Cameraman/Hitchcock/Inspector"), Doris Goodwin (as "Dalmatian/Dancing Ensemble"), Dolores Gray (as "The Girl"), Richard Gray (as "Cameraman/Hodgkins/Policeman"), Gordon Hamilton (as "Manager for Poodle/Singing Ensemble"), John Kelly (as "2nd Suitor/Urchin/Trainer for Dalmations"), Walter Kattwinkle [credited as Walter Kelvin] (as "Conductor/Radio Voice/Passer-by/Singing Ensemble"), Rosemary Kittelton (as "Russian Wolfhound/Showgirl"), Larry Laurence (as "Hotchkiss/Conductor"), Alan LeRoy (as "Producer/Man on Bench"), Vera Lee (as "Specialty Dancer/Clown's Assistant/Rhine Maiden/Dancing Ensemble"), Paul Lyday (as "Lover/Trainer for Pekinese/Singing Ensemble"), Colette Marchand (as "Girl/Specialty Dancer/French Poodle"), Leila Martin (as "Passer-by/Singing Ensemble"), Jane Mason (as "Cocker Spaniel/Dancing Ensemble"), J.C. McCord (as "Specialty Dancer/"There Never Was A Baby Like My Baby" Dancer/The American"), James McCracken (as "Voice"), Kathryn Mylorie (as "Queen Chlorophyl/Specialty Singer/Miss Flaherty"), Dell Parker (as "Clown's Assistant/Russian Wolfhound/Showgirl"), Stanley Prager (as "Conductor/Higgins/The Dragon/Piper"), John Raye (as "Denizen of Venus/Singing Ensemble"), Elliott Reid (as "Announcer/Husband/Performer - "Here's What You Said"/Hubby/He"), Victor Reilley (as "Urchin/Trainer for Cocker Spaniels/Dancing Ensemble"), Frank Reynolds (as "1st Suitor/Urchin/Passer-by/Dancing Ensemble"), Arthur Rubin (as "Conductor"), Mira Stefan (as "Russian Wolfhound/Singing Ensemble"), Patricia Tobin (as "Mrs. Higgleston/Singing Ensemble"), Jeanne Tyler (as "Clown's Assistant/Russian Wolfhound/Showgirl"), Charlotte Van Lein (as "Russian Wolfhound/Showgirl"). Understudies: John Allen (as "Specialty Singer"), Perry Bruskin (as "Conductor/Higgins/Piper/The Dragon"), Betty Buday (as "French Poodle/Girl/Specialty Dancer"), Bob Emmett (as "Cameraman/Conductor/Hitchcock/Inspector/Specialty Dancer/The American"), Robert Gallagher (as "Announcer/He/Hubby, Husband/Performer - "Here's What You Said"), Walter Kelvin (as "Man on Bench/Producer"), Vera Lee (as "French Poodle/Girl/Specialty Dancer"), Loney Lewis (as "A Vaudevillian/Captain Universe/Close Friend/Him/Lefty Hogan/Lovey/Mr. Murdock/Schneider/Siegfried/Specialty Performer/The Clown"), Jane Mason (as "Little Girl/Maid") and Betty O'Neil (as "A Vaudevillian/Br³nnhilde/Miss Travers/She/Specialty Performer/The Girl/Wife/Wifey"). Produced by Arthur Lesser.

(1952). Stage Play: Pal Joey. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Book by John O'Hara. Special orchestrations by Don Walker. Musical Director: Max Meth. Ballet arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Original orchestrations by Hans Spialek. Broadhurst Theatre: 3 Jan 1952- 18 Apr 1953 (540 performances). Cast: Harold Lang (as "Joey Evans"), Vivienne Segal (as "Vera Simpson"), Helen Gallagher (as "Gladys Bumps"), Lionel Stander (as "Ludlow Lowell"), Harry Asmus (as "Dancer"), Eleanor Boleyn (as "Sandra/Dancer"), Lewis Bolyard (as "Louis, The Tenor"), Bonnie Brae (as "Dancer"), Hank Brunjes (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Phyllis Dorne (as "Mickey/Dancer"), Eleanor Fairchild (as "Dancer"), Robert Fortier (as "Victor"), Jean Goodall (as "Dancer"), Clarke Gordon (as "Stage Manager"), T.J. Halligan (as "Commissioner O'Brien"), Peter Holmes (as "Dancer"), Patty Ann Jackson (as "Dancer"), Lynn Joelson (as "Dottie/Dancer"), Helene Keller (as "Dancer"), Frances Krell (as "Diane/Dancer"), Ray Kyle (as "Dancer"), Ina Learner (as "Dancer/Janet"), Ethel Martin (as "Dancer/Fraser"), George Martin (as "Waiter/Dancer"), June McCain (as "Dancer"), Buzz Miller (as "Dancer"), David Neuman (as "Dancer"), Barbara Nichols (as "Valerie"), Pat Northrop (as "Linda English"), Gloria O'Malley (as "Francine/Dancer"), Gordon Peters (as "Ernest"),Barry Ryan (as "Delivery Boy"), Stanley Simmons (as "Dancer"), Elaine Stritch (as "Melba Snyder"), Thelma Tadlock (as "Amarilla/Dancer"), Rita Tanno (as "Adele/Dancer"), Norma Thornton (as "Dancer"), George Vosburgh (as "Dancer"), Janyce Ann Wagner (as "Agnes/Dancer"), Jack Waldron (as "Mike Spears"), Helen Wood (as "Kid"). Understudies: Reed Allyn (as "Commissioner O'Brien/Ernest"), Bob Fosse (as "Joey Evans"), T.J. Halligan (as "Mike Spears/The Tenor"), Patty Ann Jackson (as "Kid"), Lynn Joelson (as "Gladys Bumps") and David Neuman (as "Victor"). Replacement actors: Reed Allyn (as "Stage Manager"), Aleen Buchanan (as "Dancer"), Rita Charise (as "Dancer"), Jean Goodall (as "Sandra"), Jean Harris (as "Dancer"), Helene Keller (as "Dolores"), John Kheun (as "Delivery Boy"), Mary Martinet (as "Dancer"), Betty O'Neil (as "Melba Snyder"), Nina Starkey (as "Dancer"), Carol Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Norma Thornton (as "Kid"), Nancy Walker (as "Gladys Bumps"). Understudies: Dick Bernie (as "Ludlow Lowell"), Aleen Buchanan (as "Melba Snyder"), Leonard Claret (as "Joey Evans"), Betty Gillett (as "Linda English"), Holly Harris (as "Vera Simpson"), Helene Keller (as "Valerie"). Produced by Jule Styne and Leonard Key. Produced in association with Anthony B. Farrell. Notes: 1) One of the most successful revivals of the 1950's. 2) Filmed by Essex-George Sidney Productions (for Columbia Pictures) as Pal Joey (1957).

(1952). Stage Play: In Any Language. Comedy. Written by Edmund Beloin [credtied as Edmond Beloin] and Henry Garson. From a story by Henry Garson. Scenic Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Costume Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois. Scenic Assistant to Mr. Du Bois: Mason Arvold. Costume Assistant to Mr. Du Bois: Waldo Angelo. Press Representative: John L. Toohey and Arthur Cantor. Directed by George Abbott. Cort Theatre: 7 Oct 1952- 15 Nov 1952 (45 performances). Cast: Uta Hagen (as "Hannah King"), Joe De Santis (as "Aldo Carmenelli"), Louis Hawkins (as "Beansy Oliver"), Eileen Heckart (as "Valerie McGuire"), Gloria Marlowe (as "Della Fontana"), Walter Matthau (as "Charlie Hill"), Nita Naldi (as "Marchesa Del Veccio Sporenza"), Philip Barbera (as "Signore Zucco"), Alfred Bascetta (as "Signore Mazzi"), Francine Bond (as "Fawzieh"), Karin Flanagan (as "Little Girl"), Maurice Gosfield (as "A Turkish Gentleman"), Robert Ottaviano (as "Lorenzo"), Jove Paone (as "Boy"), Lee Papell (as "Grandi"), Fred Porcelli (as "Porter/Waiter"), Rossana San Marco (as "Mama Carmenelli"), Giorgio Spelvino (as "Second Porter"), Dino Terranova (as "Signore Rossi"), Joe Verdi (as "A Little Waiter"). Produced by Jule Styne and George Abbott.

(1953). Stage Play: Hazel Flagg. Musical/satire/comedy.

(1954). Stage Play: Peter Pan. Musical comedy.

(1955). Stage Play: Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter. Comedy.

(1956). Stage Play: Mr. Wonderful. Musical comedy. Book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Music by Larry Holofcener, Jerry Bock and George Weiss. Lyrics by Jerry Bock, Lawrence Holofcener [credited as Larry Holofcener] and George Weiss. Musical Director: Morton L. Stevens. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal and Morton Stevens [credited as Morton L. Stevens] (final Broadway credit). Production Conceived by Jule Styne. Featuring songs by Sam Coslow ("Sing, You Sinners"), W. Franke Harling ("Sing, You Sinners"), Sid Kuller ("Daddy, Uncle and Me"), Arthur Hammerstein ("Because of You"), Dudley Wilkinson ("Because of You"), Harold Arlen ("That Old Black Magic"), Johnny Mercer ("That Old Black Magic"), Buddy G. DeSylva ("Birth of the Blues"), Lew Brown ("Birth of the Blues"), Ray Henderson ("Birth of the Blues"), Cole Porter ("It's All Right With Me"), Benny Davis ("Dearest"), Harry Akst ("Dearest"), George Gershwin ("Liza"), Ira Gershwin ("Liza") and Gus Kahn ("Liza'). Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Robert Mackintosh. Lighting Design by Peggy Clark. Directed by Jack Donohue'. Broadway Theatre: 22 Mar 1956- 23 Feb 1957 (383 performances). Cast: Jack Carter(as "Fred Campbell"), Sammy Davis Jr. (as "Charlie Welch"), Olga James (as "Ethel Pearson"), Will Mastin (as "Trio"), Chita Rivera (as "Rita Romano"), Marvin Arnold (as "Hoofer"), Malcolm Lee Beggs (as "Mr. Foster"), Ann Buckles (as "Unemployed Actress"), Marilyn Cooper (as "Little Girl"), Richard Curry (as "Song Plugger"), Sammy Davis, Sr. (as "Dad"), Dorothy D'Honau (as "Acrobat"), Rina Falcone (as "Soprano"), Herb Fields (as "Counterman"), Tempy Fletcher (as "Dancer"), Charlotte Foley (as "Annie's Friend"), Harold Gordon (as "Bop Musician"), Shirley Graser (as "Dancer"), Jerri Gray (as "Cigarette Girl"), T.J. Halligan (as "Talent Scout"), Suan Hartman (as "Dancer"), Bob Kole (as "Stage Manager"), Gail Kuhr (as "Sister"), Ronnie Lee (as "Sophie's Boy"), Barbara Leigh (as "Sister"), Bob Leslie (as "A Comic"), Larry B. Leslie (as "A Comic"), Hal Loman (as "Hal"), Pat Marshall (as "Lil Campbell"), Frank Marti (as "Stagehand"), Will Mastin (as "Uncle"), Sherry McCutcheon (as "Sister"), Sally Neal (as "Dancer"), John Pelletti (as "Johnnie"), Ginny Perlowin (as "Script Girl"), Albert Popwell (as "Bop Musician"), Bill Reilly (as "Hoofer"), Patti Ann Rita (as "Dancer"), Tony Rossi (as "Stagehand"), Sylvia Shay (as "Dancer"), Karen Shepard (as "A Singer"), Claude Thompson (as "Bop Musician"), Jimmie Thompson (as "Hoofer"), Patti Wharton (as "Dancer"), Pat Wilkes (as "Audition Annie"). Understudies: T.J. Halligan (as "Mr. Foster"), Bob Leslie (as "Fred Campbell"), Jimmie Thompson (as "Hal"), George Watts (as "Dad/Uncle"), Patti Wharton (as "Rita Romano"), Pat Wilkes (as "Lil Campbell"), Louise Woods (as "Ethel Pearson"). Replacement actors: Bob Burkhardt (as "Hal/Agent"), Charlotte Foley (as "Audition Annie"), T.J. Halligan (as "Mr. Foster [from 28 May 1956- ?], Larry Kert (as "Stagehand"), Larry B. Leslie (as "Talent Scout"), Jackie McElroy (as "A Singer"), Kay Medford (as "Lil Campbell"), Gary Morton (as "A Comic/Talent Scout"), Robert Neukum (as "Stage Manager"), Lew Parker (as "Fred Campbell"), Elizabeth Taylor (as "Dancer/Soprano"). Understudies: Ann Buckles (as "Lil Campbell"), Rina Falcone (as "Unemployed Actress"), Bob Leslie (as "Mr. Foster/Bartender"), Joan Morton (as "Rita Romano").Produced by Jule Styne and George Gilbert. Produced in association with Lester Osterman Jr.

(1956). Stage Play: Wake Up, Darling. Comedy. Written by Alex Gottlieb. Music by Leo Robin and Jule Styne. Directed by Ezra Stone. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 2 May 1956- 5 May 1956 (5 performances). Cast: Jean Arley (as "Mrs. Johnson"), Raymond Bramley (as "Granville Prescott"), Barbara Britton (as "Polly Emerson"), Robert Downing (as "First Policeman"), Kay Medford (as "Martha"), Barry Nelson (as "Don Emerson"), Russell Nype (as "Deerfield Prescott"), Grace Raynor (as "Gloria"), Richard B. Shull (as "Second Policeman"), Paula Trueman (as "Juliet"), Ann Whiteside (as "Penelope") [final Broadway role]. Understudies: Jean Arley (as "Juliet/Martha), Jo Kaiser (as "Gloria/Penelope/Polly Emerson") and Michael Lipton (as "Deerfield Prescott/Don Emerson"). Note: Play was adapted for Season 1, Episode 17 of Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, broadcast on NBC on 21 Feb 1964.

(1956). Stage Play: Bells Are Ringing. Musical comedy. Material adaption by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Music by Jule Styne. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Vocal arrangements and direction by Herbert Greene and Buster Davis. Dance arrangements by John Morris. Incidental music by John Morris. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins and Bob Fosse. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Alvin Theatre from 15 Dec 1958 to close): 29 Nov 1956- 7 Mar 1959 (924 performances). Cast: Judy Holliday (as "Ella Peterson"), Sydney Chaplin (as "Jeff Moss"), Pam Abbott, Frank Aletter (as "Blake Barton"), Doria Avila, Joanne Birks, Dort Clark (as "Inspector Barnes"), Frank Derbas, Norma Doggett, Phyllis Dorne, Don Emmons, Peter Gennaro (as "Carl"), Frank Green, Eddie Heim, George S. Irving, Patti Karr, Kasimir Kokich, Eddie Lawrence, Marc Leon, Urylee Leonardos, Jeannine Masterson, David McDaniel, Paul Michael, Frank Milton, Barbara Newman, Tom O'Steen, Julian Patrick, John Perkins, Nancy Perkins, Ellen Ray, Michelle Reiner, Marsha Rivers, Steve Roland, Donna Sanders, Jean Stapleton (as "Sue"), Willy Sumner, Ed Thompson, Beryl Towbin, Ben Vargas, Ann Wallace, Bernard West (as "Dr. Kitchell"), Jack Weston (as "Francis"), Pat Wilkes, Billy Wilson, Gordon Woodburn. Replacement cast during Shubert Theatre run: Heywood Hale Broun (as "Francis"), Betty Garrett (as "Ella Peterson") [during Judy Holliday's vacation], Scott Hunter (as "Joey"), Hal Linden (as "Jeff Moss") [Broadway debut], David McDaniel (as "Singer at Night Club"), Paul Michael (as "Police Officer"), Larry Parks (as "Jeff Moss) [during Sidney Chaplin's vacation], Jack Rains (as "Maitre D'Hotel"), Ben Raisen (as "Waiter"). Understudy: June Ericson (as "Ella Peterson"). Replacement cast during Alvin Theatre run: Doria Avila (as "Another Actor"), Vincent Beck (as "Man from Corvello Mob"), Louisa Cabot (as "Dancer"), Michael Davis (as "Singer"), Frank Derbas (as "Carl"), Joan Elliott (as "Singer"), Jain Fairfax (as "Dancer"), Barbara Gutierrez (as "Carol"), Marian Hunter (as "Dancer"), Louis Kosman (as "Dancer/Other Man"), Marc Leon (as "Waiter"), Ripple Lewis (as "Singer"), Hal Linden (as "Jeff Moss"), Paul Lipson (as "Larry Hastings"), Sigyn Lund (as "Dancer"), Frances Martin (as "Dancer"), Paul Merrill (as "Maitre D'Hotel/Singer"), William Miller (as "Dancer"), Philip Nasta (as "Dancer/Master of Ceremonies/Telephone Man"), Mitchell Nutick (as "Dancer/Joey"), Ernest Parham (as "Dancer"), Alice Pearce (as "Sue"), Alan Peterson (as "Dancer"), Ralph Roberts (as "Francis"), Bob Roman (as "Singer"), Adolph Sambogna (as "Dancer"), Donna Sanders (as "Olga"), Mary Ellen Schimmel (as "Singer"), Jim Smock (as "Dancer"), Harriet Spitz (as "Dancer"), Mark Tully (as "Singer/Singer at Night Club"), Edmund Walenta (as "Police Officer/Singer"), Louise Woods (as "Mrs. Mallet/Singer"). Understudies: Doria Avila (as "Carl"), Vincent Beck (as "Jeff Moss"), Jain Fairfax (as "Carol/Olga"), Louis Kosman (as "Man from Corvello Mob"), Marc Leon (as "Dr. Kitchell"), Paul Lipson (as "Sandor"), Frances Martin (as "Gwynne"), Mitchell Nutick (as "Francis"), Steve Roland (as "Inspector Barnes"), Bob Roman (as "Paul Arnold/Ludwig Smiley"), Lynne Stuart (as "Ella Peterson"), Mark Tully (as "Blake Barton"). Note: Filmed as Bells Are Ringing (1960). Produced by The Theatre Guild.

(1957). Stage Play: Miss Lonelyhearts.

(1958). Stage Play: Say, Darling. Comedy.

(1958). Stage Play: A Party with Betty Comden & Adolph Green. Musical revue.

(1959). Stage Play: First Impressions. Musical comedy.

(1959). Stage Play: Gypsy. Musical/drama.

(1960). Stage Play: Do Re Mi. Musical comedy. Book by Garson Kanin. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Musical Director: Lehman Engel. Music orchestrated by Luther Henderson. Vocal arrangements and vocal direction by Buster Davis. Dance arrangements by David Baker. Choreographed by Marc Breaux, Deedee Wood. Associate Director: William Hammerstein. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Stage Manager: May Muth. Directed by Garson Kanin. St. James Theatre (moved to The 54th St. Theatre on 25 Dec 1961- close): 26 Dec 1960- 13 Jan 1962 (400 performances/on hiatus from 24 Jul 1961- 21 Aug 1961). Cast: Phil Silvers (as "Hubert Cram"), Nancy Walker (as "Kay Cram"), David Burns (as "Brains Berman"), Nancy Dussault (as "Tilda Mullen"), George Givot (as "Skin Demopoulos"), George Mathews (as "Fatso O'Rear"), John Reardon (as "John Henry Wheeler"), Marilynn Allwyn (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Doria Avila (as "Member of the Public"), Diane Ball (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Chad Block (as "James Russell Lowell, IV"), Marilyn Child (as "Thelma Berman"), Frank Derbas (as "A Waiter/Member of the Public"), Sandra Devlin (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), David Gold (as "The Interviewer/Member of the Public"), Edward Grace (as "Senator Redfield/Member of the Public"), Regina Groves (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Stuart Hodes (as "The Photographer/Member of the Public"), Curtis Hood (as "Member of the Public"), Daniel Jasinski (as "Member of the Public"), Marc Jordan (as "The Headwaiter/Fatso's Lawyer/Member of the Public"), Patti Karr (as "Dance Team/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Betty Kent (as "A Swinger/Gretchen/Member of the Public"), Ray Kirchner (as "Dance Team/The Sumo Student/Member of the Public"), Barbara Lang (as "Member of the Public"), Josephine Lang (as "Member of the Public"), Al Lewis (as "Moe Shtarker"), Albert Linville (as "The Recording Engineer/Senator Rogers"), Ken Malone (as "Member of the Public"), Jim Marley (as "Member of the Public"), Bob McClure (as "The Maitre D'/A Commentator/Member of the Public"), James Moore (as "Member of the Public"), Al Nesor (as "Wolfie"), Dawn Nickerson (as "Member of the Public"), Ed Pfeiffer (as "Member of the Public"), Carolyn Ragaini (as "Marsha/Member of the Public"), Steve Roland (as "Lou/The Chief Counsel/Member of the Public"), Donna Sanders (as "A Swinger/Member of the Public"), Suzanne Shaw (as "A Swinger/Member of the Public"), Carol Stevens (as "A Casa Girl/Wheeler's Secretary/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Allan Stevenson (as "A Commentator"), Liza Stuart (as "Member of the Public"), Dean Taliaferro (as "A Casa Girl/Wheeler's Secretary/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Pat Tolson (as "Brains' Lawyer/Member of the Public"), Nancy Van Rijn (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Richard Young (as "Member of the Public"). Standby actor: Bernard West [credited as Bernie West] (as "Hubert Cram"). Understudies: David Gold (as "James Russell Lowell, IV"), Marc Jordan (as "Wolfie"), Patti Karr (as "Kay Cram"), Al Lewis (as "Fatso O'Rear") [final Broadway role], Jim Marley (as "Brains Berman/ Moe Shtarker"), Al Nesor (as "Skin Demopoulos") and Dawn Nickerson (as "Tilda Mullen"). Replacement cast: Lena Anders (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public/Wheeler's Secretary"), Lynne Broadbent (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Sandra Devlin (as "Thelma Berman"), Gail Johnston (as "Member of the Public"), Alan Kirk (as "Member of the Public"), Jack Metté (as "Member of the Public"), Don Morgan (as "Member of the Public"), Shirley Nelson (as "An Animal Girl/Dance Team/Member of the Public"), Wendy Nickerson (as "A Casa Girl/An Animal Girl/Member of the Public"), Bill Richards (as "A Waiter/Brains' Lawyer/Member of the Public"), Seth Riggs (as "A Commentator"), Roy Smith (as "Member of the Public"), Wally Strauss (as "Member of the Public"). Understudy: Seth Riggs (as "John Henry Wheeler"). Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Jones Harris. Note: Mr. Silvers was nominated for a Tony award.

(1961). Stage Play: An Evening With Yves Montand.

(1961). Stage Play: Subways Are for Sleeping. Musical comedy.

(1963). Stage Play: Arturo Ui. Drama.

(1964). Stage Play: Funny Girl. Musical comedy. Book by Isobel Lennart. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Bob Merrill. Based on an original story by Isobel Lennart. Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis. Dance arrangements by Luther Henderson. Assistant Vocal arrangements: Marvin Hamlisch. Scenic Design and Lighting Design by Robert Randolph. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Production Supervised by Jerome Robbins. Musical Staging by Carol Haney. Associate Director: Lawrence Kasha. Directed by Garson Kanin. Winter Garden Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 14 Mar 1966- 26 Nov 1966, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 28 Nov 1966- close): 26 Mar 1964- 1 Jul 1967 (1348 performances + 17 previews that began on 10 Mar 1964). Cast: Sydney Chaplin (as "Nick Arnstein [from 10 Mar 1964- 19 Jun 1965], Barbra Streisand (as "Fanny Brice"), Roger De Koven (as "Florenz Ziegfeld Jr."), Joseph Macauley (as "Tom Keeney"), Kay Medford (as "Mrs. Brice"), Danny Meehan (as "Eddie Ryan"), Jean Stapleton (as "Mrs. Strakosh"), Prudence Adams (as "Showgirl"), Jose Ahumada (as "Dancer"), Joan Cory (as "Cathy/Showgirl"), Diane Coupé (as "Jenny/Showgirl"), Edie Cowan (as "Dancer"), Christine Dalsey (as "Dancer"), Shellie Farrell (as "Bubbles/Dancer"), Bud Fleming (as "Dancer"), Lydia S. Fredericks (as "Mrs. Meeker/Singer"), Larry Fuller (as "Paul/Dancer"), Ellen Halpin (as "Maude/Dancer"), Blair Hammond (as "Trombone Smitty/Dancer"), Victor R. Helou (as "Heckie/Singer"), Robert Henson (as "Workman/Singer"), Robert Howard (as "John/Stage manager/Workman/Singer"), Rosemary Jelincic (as "Dancer"), Marc Jordan (as "Stage Director/Singer/Mr. Renaldi"), Lainie Kazan (as "Vera/Showgirl"), Karen Kristin (as "Dancer"), John Lankston (as "Ziegfeld Tenor/Adolph/Singer"), Mary Louise (as "Singer"), Joan Lowe (as "Polly/Dancer"), Jeanne McLaren (as "Singer"), Buzz Miller (as "Snub Taylor/Ben"), Diana Lee Nielsen (as "One of Two Stunning Showgirls"), John Nola (as "Dancer"), Joyce O'Neil (as "Mrs. O'Malley/Singer"), Alan Peterson (as "Dancer"), Rose Randolf (as "Mrs. Nadler/Singer"), George Reeder (as "Ziegfeld Lead Dancer"), Stephanie Reynolds (as "Singer"), Sharon Vaughn (as "One of Two Stunning Showgirls/Mimsey"), Royce Wallace (as "Emma"), Alan E. Weeks (as "Five Finger Finney/Dancer"), Rosemary Yellen (as "Showgirl"), Albert Zimmerman (as "Singer"). Standbys: Lainie Kazan (as "Fanny Brice"), George Reeder (as "Nick Arnstein"). Understudies: Jose Ahumada (as "Snub Taylor"), Bud Fleming (as "Eddie Ryan"), Lydia S. Fredericks (as "Mrs. Strakosh"), Blair Hammond (as "Ziegfeld Lead Dancer"), Robert Howard (Tom Keeney), Marc Jordan (as "Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.), Mary Louise (as "Emma"). Replacement cast during Winter Garden Theatre run: Robert Avian (as "Dancer"), Jackie Cronin (as "Dancer"), Johnny Desmond (as "Nick Arnstein"), Sheila Dowling (as "Mrs. Meeker"), Singer"), Mimi Hines (as "Fanny Brice"), Richard Ianni (as "Heckie/Singer"), Barbara London (as "Showgirl"), Alan Manson (as "Florenz Ziegfeld Jr."), Janet Moody Morris (as "Singer"), George Reeder (as "Nick Arnstein"). Understudies: Robert Avian (as "Snub Taylor"), Sheila Dowling (as "Mrs. Strakosh"). Replacement cast during Majestic Theatre run: Lynette Bennett (as "Cathy, One of Two Stunning Showgirls"), Larry Brucker (as "Adolph/Ziegfeld Tenor"), Fritzi Burr (as "Mrs. Brice"), Edie Cowan (as "Maude"), Karen Ford (as "Mrs. Meeker"), Phil Ford (as "Eddie Ryan"), Larry Fuller (as "Snub Taylor"), Beulah Garrick (as "Mrs. Strakosh"), Mimi Hines (as "Fanny Brice"), Linda Jorgens (as "Jenny/Showgirl"), William Larsen (as "Florenz Ziegfeld Jr."), Jeanne McLaren (as "Mrs. O'Malley"), Donna Monroe (as "Vera"), Barbara Rhoades (as "Mimsey, One of Two Stunning Showgirls/Showgirl"), Bud Spencer (as "Trombone Smitty/Dancer"), Albert Zimmerman (as "Workman"). Replacement cast during Broadway Theatre run: Rosemarie Barre (as "Dancer"), Phyllis Bash (as "Singer"), Lynette Bennett (as "Cathy/Jenny, One of Two Stunning Showgirls/Showgirl"), Larry Brucker (as "Adolph/Singer/Ziegfeld Tenor"), Fritzi Burr (as "Mrs. Brice"), Pamela Burrell (as "Showgirl"), Joan Cory (as "Showgirl"), Pat Dalsey (as "Dancer"), Gerry Dalton (as Dancer"), Johnny Desmond (as "Nick Arnstein"), Dorothy D'Honau (as "Showgirl"), Iris Elliott (as "Showgirl"), Shellie Farrell (as "Bubbles/Dancer"), Bud Fleming (as "Dancer"), Karen Ford (as "Mrs. Meeker/Singer"), Phil Ford (as "Eddie Ryan"), Beulah Garrick (as "Mrs. Strakosh"), Mimi Hines (as "Fanny Brice"), Robert Howard (as "John/Singer/Workman"), Virginia Kerr (as "Mimsey, One of Two Stunning Showgirls/Showgirl"), Mary Beth Kurdock (as "Dancer"), William Larsen (as "Florenz Ziegfeld Jr."), Harriet Lawyer (as "Singer"), Michael Loman (as "Dancer"), Joan Lowe (as "Dancer/Polly"), Joseph Macauley (as "Tom Keeney"), Donna Monroe (as "Showgirl/Vera"), Elizabeth Moore (as "Mrs. Strakosh"), Shirley Nelson (as "Dancer/Maude"), John Nola (as "Dancer/Paul/Trombone Smitty"), Hal Norman (as "Workman"), Jimmy Pompeii (as "Dancer"), Rose Randolf (as "Mrs. Nadler/Singer"), Jim Ray-James (as "Mr. Renaldi/Singer/Stage Director"), George Reeder (as "Ziegfeld Lead Dancer"), Stephanie Reynolds (as "Mrs. O'Malley/Singer"), Ken Richards (as "Heckie/Singer"), John D. Richardson (as "Dancer/Five Finger Finney"), Jimmy Smock (as "Dancer"), Bud Spencer (as "Snub Taylor"), Ted Sprague (as "Dancer/Trombone Smitty"), Terry Violino (as "Dancer"), Royce Wallace (as "Emma"), Barbara Ann Walters (as "Singer"), Albert Zimmerman (as "Singer/Workman"). Standbys: Barbara Minkus (as "Fanny Brice"), George Reeder (as "Nick Arnstein"). Understudies: Phyllis Bash (as "Emma"), Bud Fleming (as "Snub Taylor"), Karen Ford (as "Mrs. Strakosh"), Beulah Garrick (as "Mrs. Brice"), Robert Howard (Tom Keeney"), Jim Ray-James (as "Eddie Ryan"), Jimmy Smock (as "Ziegfeld Lead Dancer"), Ted Sprague (as "Ziegfeld Lead Dancer"), Albert Zimmerman (as "Florenz Ziegfeld Jr."). Produced by Ray Stark. Produced in association with Seven Arts Productions. Associate Producer: Al Goldin. Note: Filmed as Funny Girl (1968).

(1964). Stage Play: Fade Out - Fade In. Musical comedy.

(1964). Stage Play: Something More! Musical.

(1967). Stage Play: Hallelujah, Baby! Musical. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Adolph Green and Betty Comden. Book by Arthur Laurents. Musical Director: Buster Davis. Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Peter Matz. Dance arrangements by Luther Henderson. Choreographed by Kevin Carlisle. Scenic Design by William Eckart and Jean Eckart. Directed by Burt Shevelove. Martin Beck Theatre: 26 Apr 1967- 13 Jan 1968 (293 performances + 22 previews that began on 6 Apr 1967). Cast: Allen Case (as "Harvey"), Robert Hooks (as "Clem"), Leslie Uggams (as "Georgina"), Lou Angel (as "Calhoun"), Chad Dee Block (as "Bouncer"), Hope Clarke (as "Maid/Ensemble"), Marilyn Cooper (as "Mrs. Charles/Mistress/Ethel/Dorothy"), Carol Flemming (as "Princess"), Frank Hamilton (as "Mister Charles/Timmy"), Lillian Hayman (as "Momma"), Winston DeWitt (as "Hemsley Tip/G.I."), Justin McDonough (as "Captain Yankee/Ensemble"), Saundra McPherson (as "Cutie"), Garrett Morris (as "Prover/Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Michele Murray (as "Cutie"), Alan Peterson (as "Director"), Ann Rachel (as "Brenda"), Barbara Sharma (as "Mary"), Don Strong (as "Sugar Daddy/Master"), Bud Vest (as "Prince/Ensemble"), Alan Weeks (as "Prover/Tap/G.I."), Standby: Norma Donaldson (as "Georgina"). Understudy: Justin McDonough (as "Harvey"). Replacement actors: Clifford Allen (as "Ensemble/G.I./Prover"), Lou Angel (as "Ensemble"), Judith Austin (as "Ensemble"), Michael Beirne (as "Captain Yankee/Ensemble"), Chad Dee Block (as "Ensemble/Official"), Carol Flemming (as "Ensemble"), Lee Hooper (as "Ensemble"), Bernard Johnson (as "Ensemble/G.I./Tip"), Louis Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Carolyn Kirsch (as "Ensemble"), Saundra McPherson (as "Ensemble/Maid"), Gerrianne Raphael (as "Dorothy/Ethel/Mistress/Mrs. Charles"), Larry Roquemore (as "Ensemble/Prince"), Kenneth Scott (as "Ensemble/G.I./Prover"), Don Strong (as "Ensemble"), Ella Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Billy Dee Williams (as "Clem"). Standbys: Lincoln Kilpatrick (as "Clem"), Lu Parks (as "Momma"), Freda Payne (as "Georgina"). Understudies: Michael Beirne (as "Harvey"), Carol Flemming (as "Ethel"), Louis Johnson (as "Tap/Tip"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Mary"). Produced by Albert W. Selden, Hal James, Jane C. Nussbaum and Harry Rigby.

(1968). Stage Play: Darling of the Day. Musical.

(2001) Betty Comden and his musical, "Bells are Ringing," was performed at the Plymouth Theatre on Broadway in New York City with David Garrison, Beth Fowler, Martin Moran, Robert Ari, and Jeffrey Bean in the cast. Tina Landau was director.

(2003) His musical, "Funny Girl," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Heidi Kettenring, and Bernie Yvon in the cast. Dominic Missimi was director. Marc Robin was choreographer. Shawn Stengel was music director. Nancy Missimi was costume designer.

(1990) His musical, "Funny Girl," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Linda Balgord and Rondi Reed in the cast. Nancy Missimi was costume designer.

(July 22, 1974-August 3, 1974) Peter Stone, Bob Merrill and his musical, "Sugar," was performed at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts with Robert Clary, Bonnie Franklin, Alex Wipf, David Thomas, Paul Keith, Phil Black, Cheryl Bayer, Valerie Lee, Phyllis MacBryde, and Claiborne Cary in the cast. Dania Krupska was director and choreographer. Jonathan Anderson was musical director. Eve Lyon was scenery designer. Theda Taylor was lighting designer. Betsey Potter was costume designer.

(1992) His musical, "Funny Girl," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Alix Korey and Alfred Lakerman in the cast.

(May 9, 1949) He wrote the music and lyrics for Sammy Cahn's musical, "High Button Shoes," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Eddie Foy Jr., Audrey Meadows, Jack Whiting, Marty Barrett, Ellen Hanley, Harry Fleer, Kevin Joe Johnson, Andy Sanders, Lynn Joelson, Alice Rager, Stanley Simmonds, Donald Hill, Ed Preston, Sidney Bassler, Ralph Linn, Juanita Trilling, Rozsika Sabo, George Spelvin, and Donald Green in the cast. Stephen Longstreet wrote the book. Oliver Smith was set designer. Miles White was costume designer. Jerome Robbins was choreographer. George Abbott was director. Monte Proser and Joseph Kipness were producers.

(October 9, 1947) Sammy Cahn and his musical comedy, "High Button Shoes," was performed at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre in New York City and ran for 727 performances.

(January 23, 1966) His musical, "Funny Girl," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Lillian Roth in the cast.

(January 27, 1974) He composed the music for the musical, "Music Hall," at the Palace Theatre on Broadway in New York City for 320 performances.

(June 18 to 23, 1973) He composed the music for the musical, "Music Hall," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Carol Channing (Lorelei Lee); Dody Goodman; Tamara Long; Peter Palmer; Lee Roy Reams; Brandon Maggart; Brooks Morton; Jack Fletcher; Jean Bruno; Robert "Bob" Fitch; Ian Tucker; and John Mineo in the cast. Jule Styne composed the music. Betty Comden and Adolph Green wrote the lyrics. Kenny Solms and Gail Parent wrote the new book based on the original book by Anita Loos.

(1967) His musical, "Funny Girl," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Barbara Minkus, James Mitchell, Danny Carroll and Irene Byatt in the cast. Larry Fuller was director.


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