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Stage musical: "Aspects of Love"

Stage musical: "Cats"

Stage musical: "Evita"

Stage musical: "Jeeves"

(1971). Stage Play: Jesus Christ Superstar. Musical/drama. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Musical Director: Marc Pressel. Music orchestrated by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Scenic Design by Robin Wagner. Lighting Design by Jules Fisher. Costume Design by Randy Barcelo. Conceived for the stage by Tom O'Horgan. Directed by Tom O'Horgan. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 12 Oct 1971- 1 Jul 1973 (711 performances + 13 previews that began on 29 Sep 1971). Cast: Yvonne Elliman (as "Mary Magdalene"), Jeff Fenholt (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Ben Vereen (as "Judas Iscariot"), Paul Ainsley (as "King Herod/Merchant/Leper"), Bob Bingham (as "Caiaphas"), Barry Dennen (as "Pontius Pilate"), Robalee Barnes (as "Apostle/Merchant/Leper/Reporter"), Eddie Barton (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Steven Bell (as "Third Priest"), Ferne Bork (as "Reporter/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Alan Braunstein (as "First Priest"), Celia Brin (as "Cured Leper/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady"), Dennis Buckley (as "Simon Zealotes/Merchant/Leper"), Kay Cole (as "Reporter/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Dennis Cooley (as "Cured Leper/Apostle"), Charlotte Crossley (as "Soul Girl/Leper"), Denise Delapenha (as "Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Pi Douglass [credited as Pi Douglas] (as "Cured Leper/Apostle/Reporter"), Tony Gardner (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Robin Grean (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady"), Michael Jason (as "Peter/Merchant/Leper"), Phil Jethro (as "Annas"), Cliff Lipson (as "Cured Leper/Apostle/Merchant"), Doug Lucas (as "Apostle/Leper/Reporter"), Michael Meadows (as "Second Priest"), Laura Michaels (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady"), Anita Morris (as "Reporter/Apostle Woman/Temple Lady/Leper"), Ted Neeley (as "Reporter/Leper"), Cecelia Norfleet (as "Soul Girl/Leper"), Janet Powell (as "Soul Girl/Leper"), Linda Rios (as "Maid by the Fire/Leper"), James Sbano (as "Cured Leper/Apostle/Merchant"), Peter Schlosser (as "Old Man/Apostle/Leper"), Bonnie Schon (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady/Reporter"), Tom Stovall (as "Soldier/Judas' Tormentor"), Paul Sylvan (as "Soldier/Judas' Tormentor"), Margaret Warncke (as "Reporter/Leper"), Willie Windsor (as "Reporter/Apostle/Leper"), Samuel E. Wright (as "Apostle/Reporter/Leper"), Kurt Yaghjian (as "Reporter/Leper"). Swings: Marsha Faye, Nat Morris. Understudies: Robalee Barnes (as "Simon Zealotes"), Dennis Cooley (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Denise Delapenha (as "Mary Magdalene"), Michael Jason (as "Annas"), Phil Jethro (as "Pontius Pilate), Cliff Lipson (as "First Priest/Second Priest"), Doug Lucas (as "Third Priest), Michael Meadows (as "King Herod"), Ted Neeley (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Peter Schlosser (as "Caiaphas"), Willie Windsor (as "Peter"), Kurt Yaghjian (as "(Judas Iscariot"). Replacement actors during run: Christopher Allen (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Reporter"), Seth Allen (as "Pontius Pilate") [from 24 Jan 1972- ?], Roy Bailey (as "Apostle/Leper/Reporter"), Edward Q. Bhartonn (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Alan Blair (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Penelope Bodry (as "Cured Leper/Temple Lady"), Gail Boggs (as "Singer/Soul Girl"), Robert Brandon (as "Leper/Merchant/Peter"), Dennis Cooley (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Kathye Dezina (as "Mary Magdalene") [Broadway debut], Carol Estey (as "Leper/Reporter/Temple Lady"), Greg Evigan (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Merchant/Tormentor (Judas' Death]"), Realinda Farrell (as "Singer/Soul Girl"), Lorraine Feather (as "Apostle Woman/Leper/Reporter/Temple Lady"), Lynn Gerb (as "Apostle Woman/Leper/Reporter"), Dan Gibson (as "Leper/Merchant/Singer"), William Daniel Grey (as "Annas"), Marta Heflin (as "Mary Magdalene") [from 17 Apr 1972- ?], Spence Henderson (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Jeffrey Hillock (as "First Priest"), Patrick Jude (as "Judas Iscariot"), Stephen Klein (as "Caiaphas"), Michael Lamont (as "Apostle/Leper/Merchant/Reporter/Tormentor [Judas' Death]"), Roger Lawson (as "Second Priest"), Doug Lucas (as "Old Man"), Reggie Mack (as "Leper/Merchant/Simon Zealotes"), George Mansour (as "Pontius Pilate") [Broadway debut], William Parry (as "Third Priest") [Broadway debut], Shezwae Powell (as "Singer/Soul Girl"), Christina Putnam (as "Apostle Woman/Cured Leper/Reporter/Temple Lady"), Curt Ralston (as "Leper/Merchant/Singer"), Vicki Sue Robinson (as "Leper/Reporter/Singer"), James Sbano (as "Judas' Tormentor/Soldier"), Mark Shannon (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Merchant/Reporter/Tormentor [Judas' Death]"), Dennis Simpson (as "Apostle/Leper/Merchant/Reporter"), Jack Starkey (as "Apostle/Singer"), Shirley Sypert (as "Apostle Woman/Singer/Soul Girl"), Margaret Warncke (as "Maid by the Fire"), Randy Wilson (as "Apostle/Cured Leper/Merchant"). Swings: George Mansour, Laura Michaels, Anthony White. Understudies: William Daniel Grey (as "Jesus of Nazareth"), Reggie Mack (as "Judas Iscariot"), James Sbano (as "Judas Iscariot"), Shirley Sypert (as "Mary Magdalene"). Produced by Robert Stigwood. Produced in association with MCA Inc. Produced by arrangement with David Land. Associate Producer: Gatchell & Neufeld Ltd. Note: Produced on film as Jesus Christ Superstar (1973).

(1982). Stage Play: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Musical comedy. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Music arranged by Martin Silvestri and Jeremy Stone. Music orchestrated by Martin Silvestri and Jeremy Stone. Musical Director: David Friedman. Originally choreographed at Ford's Theatre in the United States by Wayne Cilento. Scenic Design by Karl Eigsti. Lighting Design by Barry Arnold. Book by Tim Rice. Choreographed by Tony Tanner. Directed by Tony Tanner. Royale Theatre: 27 Jan 1982- 4 Sep 1983 (747 performances). Cast: Bill Hutton (as "Joseph"), David Ardao (as "Potiphar/Ishmaelite"), Laurie Beechman (as "Narrator"), Tom Carder (as "Pharaoh/Ishmaelite"), Philip Carrubba (as "Benjamin"), Robert Hyman (as "Reuben"), Randon Lo (as "Mrs. Potiphar"), Steve McNaughton (as "Levi"), Charlie Serrano (as "Napthali"), Gordon Stanley (as "Jacob"), David Asher (as "Asher"), Lorraine Barrett (as "Chorus Woman"), Karen Bogan (as "Chorus Woman"), Kenneth Bryan (as "Simeon/Butler"), Katharine Buffaloe (as "Chorus Woman"), Lauren Goler (as "Chorus Woman"), Stephen Hope (as "Judah"), Peter Kapetan (as "Issachar"), Randon Lo (as "Chorus Woman"), Joni Masella (as "Chorus Woman"), Kathleen Rowe McAllen (as "Chorus Woman"), James Rich (as "Dan"), Barry Tarallo (as "Gad/Baker"), Doug Voet (as "Zebulon"), Renée Warren (as "Chorus Woman"). Replacement actors during run: Eric Aaron (as "Issachar"), Sharon Brown (as "Narrator"), David Cassidy (as "Joseph"), Allen Fawcett (as "Joseph"), Andy Gibb (as "Joseph"), Richard Hilton (as "Dan"), Terry Iten (as "Chorus Woman"), Rosalyn Rahn (as "Chorus Woman"), James Rich (as "Asher"), D. Peter Samuel (as "Levi"), Michael Speero (as "Ishmaelite/Pharaoh"), Dorothy Tancredi (as "Chorus Woman"), Doug Voet (as "Joseph"). Swings: Stephen Bourneuf, Michael Howell Deane, Terri Homberg. Understudies: Michael Howell Deane (as "Jacob"), John Ganzer (as "Joseph"), Dorothy Tancredi (as "Narrator"), Barry Tarallo (as "Pharaoh"). Produced by Zev Bufman, Susan R. Rose, Melvyn J. Estrin, Sidney Shlenker and Gail Berman. Produced by arrangement with The Robert Stigwood Organization Ltd. and David Land. Associate Producer: Thomas Pennini, Jean Luskin, Jerome Edson and The Rose.

Stage musical: "Phantom of the Opera"

Stage musical: "Requiem"

Stage musical: "Song and Dance"

Stage musical: "Starlight Express"

Stage musical: "Sunset Boulevard"

Stage musical: "Whistle Down the Wind"

Stage musical: "By Jeeves" (a rewrite of his earlier work "Jeeves")

Stage musical: "The Beautiful Game"

Stage musical: "The Woman In White"

(1989) His musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar," was performed at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook, Illinois with Marshall Titus and Neil Friedman in the cast. The crew included Tom Sivak (musical director), Rick Belzer (lighting designer), Martin Levan (sound designer), Terry Reiser (choreographer), and Scott Harris (director).

(1992) His musical, "Phantom of the Opera," was adapted for the stage by David H. Bell, Cheri Coons, and Tom Slivak at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook, Illinois. Gayland Spaulding was costume designer.

(1992) His musical, "Evita," was performed at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse in Chicago, Illinois, with Kirk Mouser in the cast. Rudy Hogenmiller was choreographer.

(1993) His musical, "Song & Dance," was performed at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse in Chicago, Illinois, with Hollis Resnik and Kenny Ingram in the cast. Danny Herman was choreographer.

(2000) His musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Kenny Ingram (director and choreographer) and Nancy Missimi (costume designer) in the crew.

(2001) His musical, "Evita," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Susie McMonagle in the cast. Rudy Hogenmiller was director.

(2002) His musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Ray Frewen was director. James Zager, Marci Caliendo, and Ron Hutchins were choreographers.

(2003) His musical, "Cats," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. The crew included Marc Robin (choreographer/director), Nancy Missimi (costume designer), Diane Ferry Williams (lighting designer), and Shawn Stengel (musical director.

(2005) His musical, "Sunset Boulevard," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Paula Scrofano in the cast. The crew included John Boesche (projection designer), Joe Leonardo (director), and Diane Ferry Williams (lighting designer).

(2007) His musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," was performed at the Theatre at the Center in Chicago, Illinois. Stacey Flaster was choreographer.

(2007) His musical, "Cats," based on T.S. Eliot's book was performed at the Theatre at the Center in Chicago, Illinois with Larry Adams in the cast. Stacey Flaster was choreographer.

(2008-2009) His musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Bernie Yvon in the cast. Marc Robin was director and choreographer. Michael Mahler was musical director.

(October 1982) His musical, "Song and Dance: 'Tell Me on A Sunday' and 'Variations," was performed at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Marti Webb and Stephen Jefferies in the cast. John Caird was director.

(2009-2010 Season) His musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar," was performed at the Theatre at the Center in Chicago, Illinois with Max Quinlan in the cast.

(1972) His musical, "Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat," was performed in an Young Vic Production at the RoundHouse Theatre in London, England with Peter Reeves, Alex McAvoy (played Jacob), Gary Bond (played Joseph), Joan Heal (played Jacob's wife/Potiphar's wife), Riggs O'Hara, Ian Trigger, Ian Charleson (played Gad), Jeremy James-Taylor (played Benjamin), Andrew Robertson, Gavin Reed, and Gordon (played Pharoah) in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.

(1972) Tim Rice and his musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar," was performed at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Paul Nicholas, Stephen Tate, Dana Gillespie, Floella Benjamin, and Diane Langton in the cast.

(1973) His musical, "Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat," was performed in an Young Vic Production at the Albery Theatre in London, England with Peter Reeves, Alex McAvoy (played Jacob), Gary (played Joseph), Joan Heal, Paul Brooke, Sam Cox, Ian Trigger, Peter Blake, Gordon Waller (played Pharoah), and Kevin Williams in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director. Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote dialogue for Jacob's Journey. Christopher Bruce choreographed Part Two.

(1973) Tim Rice and his musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar," was performed at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Richard Barnes, Stephen Tate, Derek Damon, Dana Gillespie, Floella Benjamin, Myra Sands, Jonathan Kramer, and Chris Evans in the cast.

(December 1975) His musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar," was performed at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Richard Barnes, Colm Wilkinson, and Anna Macleod in the cast.

(1978) Tim Rice and his musical, "Evita," was performed at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Elaine Paige, Joss Ackland, and David Essex in the original London cast. Harold Prince was director.

(1978) Tim Rice and his musical, "Evita," was performed at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Elaine Paige, Joss Ackland, David Essex, Siobhan McCarthy, and Mark Ryan in the cast. Harold Prince was director.

(1979) His musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat," was performed at the Gaumont Theatre in Ipswich, Suffolk, England with Martin George, Ewart James Walters, David Davenport, Peter Alexander, and Tim Swinton in the cast. Peter Clapham was director.

(1979) His musical, "Evita," was performed at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Elaine Paige, Gary Bond, and Joss Ackland in the cast.

(February 1981) His musical, "Evita," was performed at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Marti Webb, John Turner, Mark Ryan, Kelly Hunter, and David Burt in the cast.

(June 1981) His musical, "Evita," was performed at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Stephanie Lawrence, John Turner, Mark Ryan, Kelly Hunter, and David Burt in the cast.

(January 1981) His musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat," was performed at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Jess Conrad and Leo Andrew in the cast.

(1981) His musical, "Cats," was performed at the New London Theatre in London, England with Paul Nicholas, Wayne Sleep, Brian Blessed, and Elaine Paige in the original cast.

(1981) His musical, "Cats," was performed at the New London Theatre in London, England with Paul Nicholas, Wayne Sleep, Brian Blessed, and Elaine Paige in the cast.

(May 1982) His musical, "Song & Dance," was performed at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Marti Webb and Wayne Sleep in the cast. John Caird was director.

(1982) Tim Rice and his musical, "Evita," was performed at the Broadway Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Loni Ackerman, Anthony Crivello, and David Cryer in the cast. Harold Prince was director.

(1982) His musical, "Song & Dance," was performed at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Marti Webb and Wayne Sleep in the cast. John Caird was director.

(October 1986) His musical, "The Phantom of the Opera," was performed at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman, Steve Barton, John Savident, Rosemary Ashe, David Firth, Mary Millar, and John Aron in the original London cast.

(December 1987) His musical, "Cats," was performed at the New London Theatre in London, England with Sharon Benson, Donald Francke, Ruthie Henshall, Michael Sanderson, and Sandy Strallen in the cast.

(1988) His musical, "The Phantom of the Opera," was performed at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Dave Willets, Claire Moore, and Michael Cormick in the cast. Harold Prince was director.

(1987) His musical, "The Phantom of The Opera," was performed at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Michael Crawford, Claire Moore, Steve Barton, Royce Mills, Rosemary Ashe, David Firth, Mary Millar, and John Aron in the cast. Harold Prince was director.

(1987) His musical, "Starlight Express," was performed at the Apollo Victoria Theatre in London, England with Kim Leeson and Kofi Missah in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(1988) His musical, "Starlight Express," was performed at the Apollo Victoria Theatre in London, England with Johnny Amobi, Beverley Braybon, George Canning, Caron Cardelle, and Lon Satton in the cast.

(1989) His musical, "Aspects of Love," was performed at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Michael Ball, Ann Crumb, and Kevin Colson in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(2010-2011) His musical, "Cats," was performed at the Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre in association with Michael James in Chicago, Illinois. Brenda Didier was director and choreographer. Ethan Deppe was musical director. Izumi Inaba was makeup designer. Matt Guther was costume designer. Michael Buoninconto was wig designer.

(2012-2013 Season) His musical, "Aspects of Love," was performed at the Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Kelli Harrington, Colette Todd, and Rochelle Therrien in the cast.

(2012-2013 Season) His musical, "The Woman in White," was performed at the Lifeline Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Christopher Kriz composed original incidental musical Kevin D. Gawley was lighting designer.

(2012-2013 Season) His musical, "Now and Forever: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber," was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Marc Robin, Harrison McEldowney, and Matt Raftery choreographed the musical.


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