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(1959- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

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

(1960). Stage Play: Irma La Douce. Musical comedy.

(1962). Stage Play: A Family Affair. Musical comedy.

(1962). Stage Play: Never Too Late. Comedy. Written by Sumner Arthur Long. Incidental music by John Kander. "Never Too Late" cha-cha by Jerry Bock. Lyrics for song "Never Too Late" cha-cha by Sheldon Harnick. Scenic Design by William and Jean Eckart. Choreographed by Jerry Bock. Directed by George Abbott. Playhouse Theatre: 27 Nov 1962- 24 Apr 1965 (1007 performances + 1 preview on 25 Nov 1962). Cast: Orson Bean (as "Charlie"), Paul Ford (as "Harry Lambert"), Maureen O'Sullivan (as "Edith Lambert"), John Alexander (as "Mayor Crane") [final Broadway role], Wally Engelhardt [credited as Wallace Engelhardt] (as "Mr. Foley"), Ed Griffith (as "Policeman"), House Jameson (as "Dr. James Kimbrough"), Leona Maricle (as "Grace Kimbrough"), Fran Sharon (as "Kate"). Understudies: Nancy Donohue (as "Kate"), Wallace Engelhardt (as "Dr. James Kimbrough), Ed Griffith (as "Charlie"), House Jameson (as "Mayor Crane") and Lorraine MacMartin (as "Edith Lambert/Grace Kimbrough"). Replacement cast: John Alexander (as "Harry Lambert"), John Allen (as "Mr. Foley"), Fred Burrell (as "Policeman"), Wallace Engelhardt (as "Dr. James Kimbrough"), Will Hutchins (as "Charlie"), House Jameson (as "Mayor Crane'), Richard Mulligan', Dennis O'Keefe (as "Harry Lambert"), Martha Scott (as "Edith Lambert"). Understudies: Wallace Engelhardt (as "Mayor Crane"), House Jameson (as "Harry Lambert"). Produced by Elliot Martin and Daniel Hollywood.

(1965). Stage Play: Flora, the Red Menace. Musical. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book by George Abbott and Robert Russell. Based on the novel "Love Is Just Around the Corner" by Lester Atwell. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by David Baker. Musical Staging by Lee Theodore. Directed by George Abbott. Alvin Theatre: 11 May 1965- 24 Jul 1965 (87 performances + 7 previews that began on 4 May 1965). Cast: Liza Minnelli (as "Flora"), Harry Bell (as "Dancer"), Elaine Cancilla (as "Maggie/Dancer"), Art Carney (as "FDR's Voice"), Danny Carroll (as "Joe"), Ciya Challis (as "Dancer"), Barbara Christopher (as "Singer"), James Cresson (as "Bronco Smallwood"), Cathryn Damon (as "Comrade Charlotte"), Gordon Dilworth (as "Mr. Rearson"), Bob Dishy (as "Harry Toukarian"), Barbara Doherty (as "Dancer"), Jamie Donnelly (as "Lulu/Singer"), Judith Doren (as "Dancer"), Dortha Duckworth (as "The Lady"), Anthony Falco (as "Fifth man/Artist/Singer"), Robert Fitch (as "Seventh man/Dancer"), Les Freed (as "Sixth man/Artist/Singer"), Marcel Gamboa (as "Dancer"), Ellen Graff (as "Dancer"), Louis Guss (as "Comrade Galka"), Daniel P. Hannafin (as "Policeman/Singer"), Stephanie Hill (as "Elsa"), Charles Kalan (as "Dancer"), Robert Kaye (as "Mr. Stanley"), Henry Le Clair (as "Broker/Singer"), Joe E. Marks (as "Mr. Weiss"), Diane McAfee (as "Artist/Singer"), James McArdle (as "Dancer"), Clark Morgan (as "Pencil seller/Comrade Jackson"), Mary Ann Niles (as "Dancer"), J. Vernon Oaks (as "Apple seller/Artist/Singer"), Anne C. Russell (as "Woman/Lilly"), Marie Santell (as "Katie/Artist"), Neil J. Schwartz (as "Dancer"), John Taliaferro (as "Fourth man/Artist/Singer"), Abbie Todd (as "School principal/Singer"), Phyllis Wallach (as "Dancer"), Mary Louise Wilson (as "Comrade Ada"). Produced by Harold Prince. Note: Marked the beginning of Fred Ebb and John Kander's collaborative careers.

(1966). Stage Play: Cabaret. Musical/drama. Book by Joe Masteroff. Based on the play "I Am a Camera" by John Van Druten. Based on stories by Christopher Isherwood. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by David Baker. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Choreographed by Ronald Field. Directed by Harold Prince. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Imperial Theatre 7 Mar 1967- 2 Oct 1968, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 7 Oct 1968- close): 20 Nov 1966- 6 Sep 1969 (1165 performances + 21 previews that began on 2 Nov 1966). Cast: Bert Convy (as "Clifford Bradshaw"), Jack Gilford (as "Herr Schultz"), Jill Haworth (as "Sally Bowles"), Lotte Lenya (as "Fraulein Schneider"), Joel Grey (as "Master of Ceremonies"), Peg Murray (as "Fraulein Kost"), Edward Winter (as "Ernst Ludwig"), Jere Admire (as "Bobby, Kit Kat Boy"), Barbara Alston (as "Frenchie, Kit Kat Girl"), Ray Baron (as "Bartender"), Bruce Becker (as "German Sailor"), Steven Boockvor (as "German Sailor"), Frank Bouley (as "Maitre D'"), Roger Briant (as "German Sailor"), Kathie Dalton (as "Texas, Kit Kat Girl"), Mary Ehara (as "One of "Two Ladies"), Sol Frieder (as "Herr Erdmann"), Pat Gosling (as "Maria, Kit Kat Girl"), John Herbert (as "Max"), Howard Kahl (as "Custom Official"), Tresha Kelly (as "Telephone Girl"), Mara Landi (as "Frau Wendel"), Miriam Lehmann-Haupt (as "Frau Kruger"), Bert Michaels (as "Victor, Kit Kat Boy"), Eugene Morgan (as "Herr Wendel"), Jayme Mylroie (as "Greta"), Ed Nolfi (as "German Sailor"), Rita O'Connor (as "One of "Two Ladies"), Marianne Selbert (as "Fritzie, Kit Kat Girl"), Robert Sharp (as "Felix"), Bonnie Walker (as "Rosie, Kat Girl"), Lynn Winn (as "LuLu, Kit Kit Girl"). Replacement actors during run included: Penny Fuller (as "Sally Bowles") [During vacation], Melissa Hart (as "Sally Bowles") [28 Jul 1969- ?], Ken Kercheval (as "Clifford Bradshaw"), Mara Landi (as "Fraulein Kost") [During vacation]. Produced by Harold Prince. Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell.

(1968). Stage Play: The Happy Time. Musical comedy. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book by N. Richard Nash. Based on the play by Samuel Taylor. Based on the book by Robert Fontaine. Musical Director: Oscar Kosarin. Vocal arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance and incidental music arrangements by Marvin Laird. Choreographed by Gower Champion. Associate Choreographer: Kevin Carlisle. Directed by Gower Champion. Broadway Theatre: 18 Jan 1968- 28 Sep 1968 (286 performances + 23 previews that began on 29 Dec 1967). Cast included Robert Goulet, Charles Durning, Leonard Crofoot, Wayne Dugger, Paul Dwyer, Vicki Powers, Teddy Williams, Marc Winters. Produced by David Merrick.

(1968). Stage Play: Zorba. Musical.

(1971). Stage Play: 70, Girls, 70. Musical. Book by Fred Ebb and Norman L. Martin. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book adapted by Joe Masteroff. Based on the play "Breath of Spring" by Peter Coke. Musical Director: Oscar Kosarin. Vocal arrangements by Oscar Kosarin. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Dorothea Freitag. Associate Musical Dir.: Karen Gustafson. Choreographed by Onna White. Associate Choreographer: Martin Allen. Production Supervised by Stanley Prager [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Paul Aaron. Broadhurst Theatre: 15 Apr 1971- 15 May 1971 (35 performances + 9 previews that began on 7 Apr 1971). Cast: Hans Conried (as "Harry"), Mildred Natwick (as "Ida Dodd"), Lillian Roth (as "Gert"), Joey Faye (as "Detective Callahan"), Dorothea Freitag (as "Lorraine"), Lillian Hayman (as "Melba"), Henrietta Jacobson (as "Grandmother"), Gil Lamb (as "Walter"), Lucie Lancaster (as "Eunice"), Goldye Shaw (as "Fritzi") [Broadway debut], Coley Worth (as "Officer Kowalski"), Thomas Anderson (as "Ensemble Player"), Tommy Breslin (as "Eddie"), Robert G. Dare (as "Ensemble Player"), Sally De May (as "Ensemble Player"), Ruth Gillette (as "Ensemble Player"), Lloyd Harris (as "Ensemble Player"), Marjorie Leach (as "Ensemble Player"), Abby Lewis (as "Ensemble Player"), Steve Mills (as "Ensemble Player"), Naomi Price (as "Ensemble Player"), Beau Tilden (as "Ensemble Player"), Bobbie Tremain [credited as Bobbi Tremain] (as "Ensemble Player"), Jay Velie (as "Ensemble Player") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Arthur Whitelaw. Produced in association with Seth Harrison.

Gypsy (1974). Musical (revival). Choreography reproduced by Robert Tucker Directed by Arthur Laurents. Winter Garden Theatre: 23 Sep 1974- 4 Jan 1975 (120 performances + 4 previews that began on 19 Sep 1974). Produced by Barry M. Brown, Edgar Lansbury, Fritz Holt and Joseph Beruh.

Chicago (1975). Musical comedy. Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Based on the play "Chicago" by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Musical Director: Stanley Lebowsky. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements by Peter Howard. Choreographed by Bob Fosse. Assistant Choreographer: Tony Stevens. Scenic Design by Tony Walton. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Lighting Design by Jules Fisher. Sound Design by Abe Jacob. Hair Design by Romaine Green. Assistant Scenic Design: John Kasarda. Directed by Bob Fosse. 46th Street Theatre: 3 Jun 1975- 27 Aug 1977 (936 performances + 24 previews that began on 12 May 1975). Cast: Jerry Orbach (as "Billy Flynn"), Chita Rivera (as "Velma Kelly"), Gwen Verdon (as "Roxie Hart"), Barney Martin (as "Amos Hart"), Mary McCarty (as "Matron"), M. O'Haughey (as "Mary Sunshine"), Candy Brown (as "June"), Hank Brunjes (as "Dance Alternate"), Christopher Chadman (as "Fred Casely"), Cheryl Clark (as "Liz"), Graciela Daniele (as "Hunyak"), Gene Foote (as "Aaron"), Gary Gendell (as "Court Clerk"), Richard Korthaze Sergeant Fogarty"), Michon Peacock (as "Annie"), Charlene Ryan (as "Go-To-Hell-Kitty"), Ron Schwinn (as "Judge"), Paul Solen (as "Harry"), Pamela Sousa (as "Mona"), Monica Tiller (as "Dance Alternate"), Michael Vita (as "Martin Harrison"). Standbys: Marsha Bagwell (as "Mary Sunshine/Matron"), Lenora Nemetz (as "Roxie Hart"). Understudies: Richard Korthaze (as "Amos Hart"), Michon Peacock (as "Velma Kelly"). Replacement actors during production run: Mace Barrett, Joan Bell (as "Annie") [from 10 May 1976- ?], Georgia Creighton (as "Matron") [from Jul 1977- ?], Rex Everhart (as "Amos Hart") [from 20 Feb 1976- ?], Fern Fitzgerald (as "Go-To-Hell-Kitty"), Richard Korthaze (as "Amos Hart") [from Aug 1977- ?], Debra Lyman (as "Mona"), Peter Marinos (as "Mary Sunshine") [from 17 May 1976- ?], Liza Minnelli (as "Roxie Hart"), [from 8 Aug 1975- 13 Sep 1975], Lenora Nemetz (as "Roxie Hart") [from 30 Jul 1975- ?], Velma Kelly [from 28 Jul 1976- ?], Gena Ramsel (as "Go-To-Hell-Kitty"), Alaina Reed (as "Matron") [from 10 Jan 1977- 13 Jul 1977], Ann Reinking (as "Roxie Hart") [from 7 Feb 1977- ?], Gwen Verdon (as "Roxie Hart") [from 15 Sep 1975 - ?]. Standbys: Elaine Cancilla (as "Velma Kelly"), Steve Elmore (as "Billy Flynn"), Peter Marinos (as "Mary Sunshine"), Candace Tovar (as "Roxie Hart"). Produced by Robert Fryer and James Cresson. Produced in association with Martin Richards, Joseph Harris and Ira Bernstein. Note: Filmed as Chicago (2002).

(April 2002): Creative consultant for "Liza's Back" stage performance by Liza Minnelli (Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK).

(2002) Terrence McNally, Fred Ebb, and his new adaptation of the musical, "The Visit," was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Chita Rivera in the cast. The crew included Brian MacDevit (lighting designer) and Ann Reinking (choreographer). Frank Galati was director.

(2007) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Flora the Red Menace," was performed at the Theo Ubique Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Jeremy Trager and Danielle Brothers in the cast. Michael James was producer.

(2008) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Theo Ubique Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Dana Tretta, Jeremy Trager, Danielle Brothers, and Rus Rainear in the cast. The crew included Fred Anzevino (director), Maggie Portman (choreographer), and Joshua Stephen Kartes (musical director).

(2008-2009) John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Curtains," was performed at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook, Illinois with Sean Fortunato and Nancy Voigts in the cast.

Hay Fever (1985). Comedy (revival). Written by Noël Coward. "No, My Heart" by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Directed by Brian Murray. Music Box Theatre: 12 Dec 1985- 29 Mar 1986 (124 performances + 16 previews that began on 29 Nov 1985). Cast: Rosemary Harris (as "Judith Bliss"), Roy Dotrice (as "David Bliss"), Barbara Bryne(as "Clara"), Mia Dillon (as "Sorel Bliss"), Robert Joy (as "Simon Bliss"), Charles Kimbrough (as "Richard Greatham"), Deborah Rush Jackie Coryton"), Campbell Scott (as "Sandy Tyrell"), Carolyn Seymour (as "Myra Arundel"). Produced by Roger Peters. Produced in association with MBS Company (owned by Mona Berwald Schlachter). Associate Producer: Robert Kamlot and Richard Berg. Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in this production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President). Note: Ms. Harris was nominated for Tony Award.

(October 7,2010) Fred Ebb and his musical, "The Scottsboro Boys," was performed at the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway in New York City with John Cullum and Joshua Henry in the cast. David Thompson wrote the book. Susan Stroman was director and choreographer.

(April 27,2011-May 22,2011) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Curtains", was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey. John Kander was the composer and Fred Ebb was the lyricist. Rupert Holmes wrote the book.

(2009-2010 Season) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Drury Lane Productions in Chicago, Illinois with David Lively and Rebecca Finnegan in the cast. Jim Corti was director. Tatjana Radisic was costume designer. Jesse Klug was lighting designer. Doug Peck was musical director.

(October 1977) Fred Ebb and his musical, "The Act," was performed at the Majestic Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Liza Minnelli and Barry Nelson in the cast. Martin Scorsese was director.

(1979) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with Rosemary Williams, Jane Lowe, Stephen Hoye, Michael Mackenzie, Michael Cotterill, and Leslie Lawton in the cast. Leslie Lawton was also director.

(April 1979) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Antonia Ellis, Jenny Logan, Ben Cross, and Don Fellows in the cast. Peter James was director.

(1979) John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Antonia Ellis, Jenny Logan, and Ben Cross in the cast.

(1979) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Antonia Ellis, Jenny Logan, and Ben Cross in the cast.

(1980) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Jacquie Toye, Elizabeth Seal, Colin Bennett, and Brian Hewlett in the cast. Peter James was the director.

(November 1982) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Woman of the Year," was performed at the Palace Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Racquel Welch and Jamie Ross in the cast. Robert Moore was director.

(1986) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Strand Theatre in London, England with Wayne Sleep, Kelly Hunter, Oscar Quitak, and Vivienne Martin the cast. Gillian Lynne was director.

Liza (1974). Special Production. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book by Fred Ebb. Musical Arrangements: Ralph Burns, Billy Byers, Marvin Hamlisch, Mort Lindsey and Peter Matz. Music arranged by Fred Werner. Choreographed by Bob Fosse and Ron Lewis. Directed by Bob Fosse. Winter Garden Theatre: 6 Jan 1974- 26 Jan 1974 (23 performances). Cast: Liza Minnelli, Pamela Barlow, Spencer Henderson, Jimmy Roddy, Sharon Wylie. Produced by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President). Produced in association with Ron Delsener.

The Act (1977).

Kiss of the Spider Woman (1993).

Woman of the Year (1981).

The Rink (1984). Musical. Book by Terrence McNally. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Music by John Kander. Choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Assistant Choreographer: Tina Paul. Directed by A.J. Antoon. Martin Beck Theatre: 9 Feb 1984- 4 Aug 1984 (204 performances + 29 previews that began on 12 Jan 1984. Cast: Liza Minnelli (as "Angel"), Chita Rivera (as "Anna"), Jason Alexander (as "Lino/Wrecker/Lenny/Punk/Uncle Fausto"), Ronn Carroll (as "Ben/Wrecker/Dino's Father/Mrs. Silverman/Sister Philomena"), Scott Ellis (as "Lucky/Wrecker/Sugar/Punk/Arnie/Suitor/Bobby Perillo/Danny"), Kim Hauser (as "Little Girl"), Scott Holmes (as "Guy/Wrecker/Dino/Father Rocco/Debbie Duberman"), Mel Johnson Jr. (as "Buddy/Wrecker/Hiram/Mrs. Jackson/Charlie/Suitor/Junior Miller"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Tony/Wrecker/Tom/Punk/Suitor/Peter Reilly"). Standbys: Patti Karr (as "Anna"), Lenora Nemetz (as "Angel"). Understudies: Rob Marshall (as "Lino/Lucky/Tony"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Guy"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"), Jim Tushar (as "Ben/Buddy"). Replacement actors during run: Stockard Channing (as "Angel"), Scott Ellis (as "Mrs. Antonelli"), Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Frank Mastrocola (as "Danny"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"). Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Understudy: Barclay DeVeau (as "Little Girl"). Produced by Jules Fisher, Roger Berlind, Joan Cullman, Milbro Productions and Kenneth-John Productions (Kenneth D. Greenblatt: President. John J. Pomerantz: Executive Vice President). Produced in association with Jonathan Farkas and Jujamcyn Theaters (under the direction of Richard G. Wolff, President). Associate Producer: Tina Chen.

Steel Pier (1997).

The Scottsboro Boys (2010). Musical drama.

(2010-2011) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at The Hypocrites Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Jessie Fisher, Lindsay Leopold, and Kate Harris in the cast. Matt Hawkins was musical director. Marissa Moritz was choreographer. Alison Siple was costume designer.

(1991) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago, " was performed at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre in Leicester, Leicestershire, England with Diane Langton, Caroline O'Connor, and Steve Weston in the cast. Paul Kerryson was director.

(1992) Fred Ebb and his musical, "The Kiss of the Spiderwoman," was performed at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Chita Rivera, Brent Carver, and Anthony Crivello in the cast. Harold Prince was director.

(1993) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, England with Alan Cumming, Jane Horrocks, Adam Godley, George Raistrick, and Sara Kestelman in the cast.

(1997) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Ruthie Henshall, Ute Lemper, Henry Goodman, Nigel Planer, Meg Johnson, and C. Shirvell in the cast.

(1997) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England with Nicholas Serivens, David Tughan, Connie Walker, Dean Fowler, Simone Harper, Mark Rimer, Simon Cole, and Alexander Newman in the cat. Martin Connor was director.

(1998) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Ruthie Henshall, Nicola Hughes, Clarke Peters, Joel Grey, Meg Johnson, and Charles Shirvell in the cat.

(1998) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Marilu Henner, Bebe Neuwirth, Hinton Battle, and Joel Grey in the cat. Walter Bobbie was director.

(2013-2014 Season) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Annabel Armour in the cast.

(2013-2014 Season) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Kiss of the Spider Woman," was performed at the Bohemian Theatre Ensemble in Chicago, Illinois with Evan Tyrone Martin and Nathan Carroll in the cast. Peter Marston Sullivan was director. Linda Fortunato was choreographer. Elizabeth Doran was music director.

(2006) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Anna Maxwell Martin, Sheila Hancock, Michael Hayden, James Dreyfus, Geoffrey Hutchings, Harriet Thorpe, and Andrew Maud in the cast. Rufus Norris was director.

(2007) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Anna Maxwell Martin, Sheila Hancock, Michael Hayden, James Dreyfus, Geoffrey Hutchings, Harriet Thorpe, and Andrew Maud in the cast. Rufus Norris was director.

(1983) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Barbara Robertson, Vince Viverito, and Alene Robertson in the cast. David H. Bell was choreographer and director.

(2006) Fred Ebb and his musical, "The Rink," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Leslie Uggams, Janet Metz, Stephen Berger, Bill Kocis, Michael Minarik, Eric MOrris, Maurice Parent, and Jesse Swimm in the cast.

(February 25, 1978) Fred Ebb and he composed music for Maurine Dallas Watkins' story, "Chicago," in a musical at the Blackstone Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Penny Worth (Roxie Hart); Carolyn Kirsch (Velma); Jerry Orbach (Billy Flynn); and Haskell Gordon (Roxie's husband) in the cast. Bob Fosse was director and choreographer. Patricia Zipprodt was costume designer.

(August 9, 2016 to August 20, 2016) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.

(May 2, 1983) He and Fred Ebb composed the revue, "Parade of Stars," at the Palace Theatre on Broadway in New York CIty, New York for the Actors' Fund Benefit with Eddie Albert, Debbie Allen, Edward Asner, Lauren Bacall, Harry Belafonte, Milton Berle, George Burns, David Cassidy, Dick Cavett, Carol Channing, Pam Dawber, Sandy Duncan, Bonnie Franklin, Jack Gilford, Gregory Hines, Ann Jillian, Larry Kert, Richard Kiley, Jack Klugman, Linda Lavin, Michele Lee, Rich Little, Dorothy Loudon, Lee Meredith, Jeanne Moreau, Christopher Plummer, Tony Randall, Lee Roy Reams, Ann Reinking, Dinah Shore, Jean Stapleton, Gwen Verndon, Fred Waring, James Whitmore, Shelley Winters, and MIchael York in the cast. Hildy Parks was the writer. Michael Frayn wrote the book. Robert Randolph was set designer. Alvin Colt was costume designer. Elliott Lawrence was musical director. Albert Stephenson was special musical stager. Clark Jones was director. Alexander H. Cohen was producer.

(2011-2012) He and Fred Ebb wrote the music and lyrics for the musical, "The Scottsboro Boys," in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. David Thompson wrote the book. Susan Stroman was choreographer and director. Jeff Whiting was associate director and choreographer.

(March 5, 2009 to April 5, 2009) Fred Ebb and his musical, "The World Goes 'Round'," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Patrick Boyd, Rosena M. Hill, Tari Kelly, Michele Ragusa, and Rob Sutton in the cast. Scott Ellis, Susan Stroman, and David Thompson conceived the musical. Marcia Milgrom Dodge was director.

(January 25, 2007 to February 25, 2007) He wrote the music for the musical, "Cabaret," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Tari Kelly (Sally Bowles); Harris Doran (Emcee); Daniel Krell (Cliff); Brooks Almy (Fraulein Schneider); Lenora Nemetz (Fraulein Kost); Scott Robertson (Herr Schultz); Carrington Vilmont (Ernst Ludwig); Leasen Almquist (Kit Kat Girl); Nicholas Ardell (Ensemble); Renee Monique Brown (Kit Kat Girl); Joe Domencic (Ensemble); Daina Michelle Griffith (Kit Kat Girl); Stephanie Lynn Nelson (Kit Kat Girl); Greg Roderick (Ensemble); Carol Schuberg (Kit Kat Girl and assistant choreographer); and Marcus Stevens (Ensemble) in the cast. Ted Pappas was director and choreographer. F. Wade Russo was music director and conductor. Joe Masteroff wrote the book. John Van Druten the wrote the original play based on stories by Christopher Isherwood. Fred Ebb was lyricist. James Noone was scenic designer. David R. Zyla was costume designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer. Don Wadsworth was dialect coach. Ruth E. Kramer was production stage manager. Fredric H. Orner was assistant stage manager.

(January 2, 1968) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Signe Hasso and Robert Salvio in the cast.

(January 2, 1978) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Chicago," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Jerry Orbach in the cast. Bob Fosse was director.

(1969) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Cabaret," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Martin Ross, Melissa Hart and John Cunningham in the cast. Fred Ebb was also director.

(1970) Fred Ebb and his musical, "Zorba," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Titos Vandis and Dolores Wilson in the cast. William Francisco was director.

(July 20 to August 4, 2002) He was composer for the musical, "Chicago, "at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Fred Ebb was lyricist. Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse wrote the book.

(July 2006) He was composer for the musical, "Cabaret," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Andrea McArdle in the cast. The musical is based on the play, "I Am A Camera," by John Van Druten. The play was based on Christopher Isherwood's memoir, "Berlin Stories." Fred Ebb was lyricist. Joe Masteroff wrote the book.

(September 8 to October 29, 2006) He was composer for the musical, "Cabaret," in The Arena Stage production at the Fichlander Theater in Washington D.C. Based on the play, "I Am A Camera," by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood. Fred Ebb was lyricist. Molly Smith was director.

(November 13 to December 23, 1967) He was composer for the musical, "The Happy Time," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Robert Goulet and David Wayne in the cast. Based on the play by Samuel A. Taylor and book by Robert L. Fontaine. Fred Ebb was lyricist. Gower Champion was director and choreographer. N. Richard Nash wrote the book.

(March 16 to April 21, 1996) He was composer for the musical, "The Kiss of the Spider Woman," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Chita Rivera, Juan Chiron and Dorian Harewood in the cast. Harold Prince was director. Terrence McNally wrote the book. Fred Ebb was lyricist. Rob Bowman was musical director. Vincent Paterson and Rob Marshall were choreographers. Howell Binkley was lighting designer. Florence Klotz was costume designer.

(May 6 to July 5, 1998) He composer music for the musical, "Chicago," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Charlotte D'Amboise, Jasmine Guy and Brent Barrett in the cast. Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse wrote the book. Fred Ebb was lyricist. Ann Reinking was choreographer in the style of Bob Fosse. Walter Bobbie was director. Ken Billington was lighting designer.

(2007) He composed music for the musical, "Curtains," on Broadway in New York City with David Hyde Pierce, Debra Monk and Karen Ziemba in the cast. Rupert Holmes and Peter Stone wrote the book. John Kander, Fred Ebb and Rupert Holmes wrote the original score. Scott Ellis was director. Rob Ashford was choreographer.

(July 25 to September 10, 2006) He composed music for the musical, "Curtains," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk in the cast. Fred Ebb was lyricist. He and Rupert Holmes were additional lyricists. Based on original material by Peter Stone. Scott Ellis was director.

(May 21 to June 30, 2013) He and Fred Ebb write composers and lyrics for the musical, "The Scottsboro Boys," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. David Thompson wrote the book. Susan Stroman was director and choreographer.


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