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(1950- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1950). Stage Play: Tickets, Please! Musical revue. Sketches by Harry Herrmann, Edmund Rice [only Broadway credit], Jack Roche and Ted Luce. Lyrics by Lyn Duddy, Joan Edwards, Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen and Clay Warnick. Music by Lyn Duddy, Joan Edwards, Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen and Clay Warnick. Incidental music by Phil Ingalls and Harold Hastings [credited as Hal Hastings]. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal. Choreographed by Joan Mann. Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang. Stage Manager: Ted Luce. Assistant Stage Mgr: Harold Prince [credited as Harold Smith Prince] (earliest Broadway credit). Directed by Mervyn Nelson. Coronet Theatre (moved to The Mark Hellinger Theatre from 6 Nov 1950- close): 27 Apr 1950- 25 Nov 1950 (245 performances). Cast: Grace Hartman [final Broadway role], Paul Hartmann, Jack Albertson, Patricia Bright, Dorothy Jarnac, Bill Norvas, Roger Price, The Upstarts, Tommy Wonder, Dee Arlen, Phyllis Cameron, Ronnie Edwards, Mildred Hughes, Larry Kert [Broadway debut], Midge Parker, Stuart Wade. Understudies: Perry Bruskin, J. Lloyd and Beverly Tassoni. Produced by Arthur Klein.

(1950). Stage Play: Call Me Madam. Musical comedy.

(1953). Stage Play: Wonderful Town.

(1954). Stage Play: The Pajama Game. Musical comedy. St. James Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 12 Nov 1956- close): 13 May 1954- 24 Nov 1956 (1063 performances).

(1962). Stage Play: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Musical comedy. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Based on material by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart. Directed by 'George Abbott'. Alvin Theatre (moved to the Mark Hellinger Theatre on 9 Mar 1964 to 9 May 1964 then moved to The Majestic Theatre on 11 May 1964 to close): 1 May 1962- 29 Aug 1964 (964 performances + 8 previews). Cast: Zero Mostel, David Burns, John Carradine (as "Lycus, a buyer and seller of courtesans"), Brian Davies, Jack Gilford (as "Hysterium, slave to Senex and Domina"), Ron Holgate, Ruth Kobart, Preshy Marker, Raymond Walburn (as "Erronius a citizen of Rome"), Judy Alexander, Lucienne Bridou, David Evans, Lisa James, Roberta Keith, Gloria Kristy, Eddie Phillips, George Reeder, Myrna White. Produced by Harold Prince.

(1957). Stage Play: New Girl In Town. Musical. Book written by George Abbott. Based on the 1921 Eugene O'Neill play "Anna Christie". Choreographed by Bob Fosse. Directed by George Abbott. 46th Street Theatre: 14 May 1957- 24 May 1958 (431 performances). Cast: Gwen Verdon (as "Anna"), Thelma Ritter (as "Marthy"), Del Anderson (as "Oscar/Singer"), John Aristides (as "Masher/Dancer"), Robert Bakanic (as "Dancer"), Lulu Bates (as "Lily"), Claiborne Cary (as "Dancer"), Edgar Daniels (as "Henry/Singer"), Drusilla Davis (as "Flo/Dancer"), Mark Dawson (as "Bartender"), Dorothy Dushock (as "Dancer"), Patricia Ferrier (as "Moll/Dancer"), Herb Fields (as "Reporter/Singer"), John Ford (as "Krimp/Singer"), Stokey Gray (as "Smith/Singer"), H.F. Green (as "Seaman/Politician/Singer"), Jean Handzlik (as "Mrs. Hammacher/Singer"), Harvey Hohnecker (as "Dancer"), Deedy Irwin (as "Violet/Singer"), Harvey Jung (as "Dancer"), Jeff Killion (as "Johnson/Singer"), Marie Kolin (as "Dancer"), Mara Landi (as "Pearl/Singer"), Ripple Lewis (as "Dowling/Singer"), Mara Lynn (as "Katie/Dancer"), Ethel Martin (as "Dancer"), Ray Mason (as "Svenson/Singer"), Dale Moreda (as "Dancer"), Rita Noble (as "Bartender/Singer/Ivy"), John Nola (as "Dancer"), Ginny Perlowin (as "Rose/Singer"), Joan Petlack (as "Dancer"), Eddie Phillips (as "Pete/Dancer"), Louis Polacek (as "Waiter/Singer"), Cameron Prud'homme (as "Chris"), Michael Quinn (as "Alderman/Singer"), Alton Ruff (as "Dancer"), Dorothy Stinnette (as "Mrs. Smith/Singer"), George Wallace (as "Mat"), Ann Williams (as "Mrs. Dowling/Singer"). Produced by Frederick Brisson, Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince. Note: Thelma Ritter and Gwen both won Tony Awards for Best Actress.

(1957). Stage Play: West Side Story. Musical drama.

(1959). Stage Play: Fiorello! Musical. Book by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Irwin Kostal. Dance arrangements by Jack Elliott. Assistant Musical Director: Mike Forman. Directed by George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Broadway Theatre from 9 May 1961- close): 23 Nov 1959- 28 Oct 1961 (795 performances). Cast: Tom Bosley (as "Fiorello LaGuardia"), Howard Da Silva (as "Ben Marino"), Mark Dawson (as "Floyd, a cop"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Morris, office manager"), Ellen Hanley (as "Thea, the sweatshop workers' leader"), Pat Stanley (as "Dora. Marie's friend"), Patricia Wilson (as "Marie, Fiorello's secretary"), Bob Bernard (as "1st Heckler/Derby/Dancer"), Elaine Cancilla (as "Dancer"), Charlene Carter (as "Dancer"), David Collyer (as "Mr. Zappatella/Singer"), Frederic Downs (as "Senator"), Barbara Gilbert (as "Singer"), H.F. Green (as "Mr. Lopez/Politician"), Ellen Harris (as "Dancer"), Patricia Harty (as "Dancer"), Bob Holiday (as "Neil/Law clerk"), Del Horstmann (as "Announcer/2nd Player/Singer"), Scott Hunter (as "1st Man/Dancer"), Ron Husmann (as "4th Player/Singer"), Deedy Irwin (as "Florence/Singer"), Bob LaCrosse (as "Dancer"), Mara Landi (as "Secretary/Singer"), David London (as "5th Player/Tough Man/Singer"), Lynda Lynch (as "Dancer"), Jim Maher (as "3rd Heckler/Dancer"), Gregg Owen (as "Dancer"), Julian Patrick (as "6th Player/Reporter/Singer"), Ginny Perlowin (as "Singer"), Patsy Peterson (as "Singer"), Lowell Purvis (as "Dancer"), Michael Quinn (as "3rd Player/Commissioner"), Dellas Rennie (as "Dancer"), Eileen Rodgers (as "Mitzi Travers") [Broadway debut], Lynn Ross (as "Sophie/Dancer"), Silver Saundors (as "Singer"), Michael Scrittorale (as "2nd Heckler/Frankie Scarpini/2nd Man/Dancer"), Stanley Simmonds (as "Ed Peterson/Frantic"), Dan Siretta (as "Dancer"), Joseph Toner (as "Seedy Man/4th Heckler/Judge Carter"), Pat Turner (as "Nina/Dancer"), Helen Verbit (as "Mrs. Pomerantz"). Standby: Harvey Lembeck (as "Fiorello LaGuardia") [final Broadway role]. Understudies: David Collyer (as "Ben Marino/Morris"), Patricia Harty (as "Dora") [Broadway debut], Ron Husmann (as "Neil"), Mara Landi (as "Mrs. Pomerantz"), Jack McMinn (as "2nd Player/3rd Player/4th Player/5th Player/6th Player"), Ginny Perlowin (as "Thea"), Patsy Peterson (as "Mitzi Travers"), Eileen Rodgers (as "Marie"). Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince.

(1960). Stage Play: West Side Story. Musical drama (revival).

(1960). Stage Play: Tenderloin. Musical comedy. Book by George Abbott and Jerome Weidman. Based on the novel by Samuel Hopkins Adams. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Musical Director: Harold Hastings [credited as Hal Hastings]. Music orchestrated by Irwin Kostal. Dance arrangements by Jack Elliott. Assistant to Hal Hastings: Arthur Wagner. Directed by George Abbott. 46th Street Theatre: 17 Oct 1960- 23 Apr 1961 (216 performances + 6 previews that began on 12 Oct 1960). Cast: Maurice Evans (as "Reverend Brock"), Ron Husmann (as "Tommy"), Jere Admire (as "Dancer"), Charles Aschmann (as "Singer"), Lee Becker (as "Gertie"), Raymond Bramley (as "Purdy") [final Broadway role], Carvel Carter (as "Prostitute"), Gordon Cook (as "Ellington"), Lanier Davis (as "Martin"), Ralph Dunn (as "Lt. Schmidt, The Pantata"), Nancy Emes (as "Prostitute"), David Evans (as "Dancer"), Rex Everhart (as "Joe"), Roy Fant (as "Deacon"), Bob Fitch (as "Drunk/Dancer"), John Ford (as "Singer"), Dorothy Frank (as "Dorothy/Dancer"), Margery Gray (as "Margie/Prostitute/Dancer"), Stokeley Gray (as "Singer"), Maria Graziano (as "Singer"), Mickey Gunnersen (as "Dancer"), Joe Hill (as "Chairman/Singer"), Jordon Howard (as "Rooney/Singer"), Gail Johnston (as "Singer"), Irene Kane (as "Jessica"), Sandy Leeds (as "Dancer"), Jack Leigh (as "Dancer"), Erin Martin (as "Prostitute/Dancer"), Jack McCann (as "Callahan/Singer"), Wynne Miller (as "Laura"), Dargan Montgomery (as "Young Man/Singer"), Christine Norden (as "Liz"), Patsy Peterson (as "Girl/Singer"), Eddie Phillips (as "Frye"), Wakefield Poole (as "Dancer"), Marjorie Pragon (as "Dancer"), Claire Richard (as "Singer"), Michael Roberts (as "Becker/Singer"), Eileen Rodgers (as "Nita"), Elaine Rogers (as "Mrs. Barker/Singer"), Marguerite Shaw (as "Nellie"), Ron Stratton (as "Dancer"), Jayne Turner (as "Dancer"), Pat Turner (as "Maggie/Dancer"). Understudies: Gordon Cook (as "Tommy"), Nancy Emes (as "Nita"), David Evans (as "Ellington"), Bob Fitch (as "Frye"), Margery Gray (as "Jessica"), Stokeley Gray (as "Martin"), Joe Hill (as "Purdy/Reverend Brock"), Jordon Howard (as "Deacon/Joe"), Gail Johnston (as "Laura"), Erin Martin (as "Gertie"), Claire Richard (as "Nellie"), Michael Roberts (as "Lt. Schmidt") and Marguerite Shaw (as "Liz"). Replacement actors: Carvel Carter (as "Singer"), Nancy Emes (as "Singer"), Anne Francine (as "Liz"), Margaret Gaithright (as "Girl"), Margaret Gathright (as "Singer"), Maria Graziano (as "Girl"), Jack Konzal (as "Dancer"), Mary Roche (as "Singer"), Kenneth Urmston (as "Dancer"). Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince.

(1961). Stage Play: A Call on Kuprin. Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Based on the novel by Maurice Edelman. Directed by George Abbott. Broadhurst Theatre: 25 May 1961- 3 Jun 1961 (12 performances). Cast: John Allen (as "Arthur Harrington"), Marie Baratoff (as "Mrs. Kendall"), Lydia Bruce (as "Vera Kuprina"), Dabney Coleman (as "American Couple/Marine Sgt. Loomis/Guard/Second K.G.B. Guard/Guard at Yalta") [Broadway debut], John Garson (as "Col. I.L. Makarov"), Halyna Harcourt (as "Nina/Friend of Jazz Enthusiast/Singing Girl"), John Hirst (as "Russian Sailor"), Claude Horton (as "Holloway"), Lauri Ikonen (as "Chess Boy"), Leon Janney (as "Professor Trifonov"), Rita Karin (as "Head Intourist Clerk/Book Peddler"), Doreen Kay (as "Tourist Couple/Kvas Vendor"), Eugenie Leontovich (as "Madame Kuprina"), Jeffrey Lynne (as "Jonathan Smith"), Victor Merinow (as "Intourist Aide/Soviet Policeman/K.G.B. Interpretor"), Andre Pascal (as "Tourist Couple/Russian Sailor/K.G.B. Guard"), Gedda Petry (as "Woman Porter/Flower Peddler/Singing Girl"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Tourist/Drunk"), Nicholas Saunders (as "Mr. Kendall/Guard at Yalta"), Edmund Shaff (as "Tourist Guide/Friend of Jazz Enthusiast"), William Swetland (as "American Ambassador"), 'Ludmilla Tchor (as "Assistant Clerk"), 'Ludmilla Toretzka' (as "Old Woman/Woman Sweeping/Ted Vadim Tourist") [final Broadway role], Tania Velia (as "American Couple/Jazz Enthusiast/Singing Girl"), George Voskovec (as "Professor V.V. Kuprin"). Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince.

Sweeney Todd

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

(1955). Stage Play: Damn Yankees. Musical. Written by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop, from Wallop's novel "The Year of the Yankees." Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop. From the novel "The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant" by Douglass Wallop. Musical Director: Hal Hastings. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Roger Adams. Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by Bob Fosse. Directed by George Abbott. 46th Street Theater (moved to The Adelphi Theatre (6 May 1957- close): 5 May 1955 (1019 performances). Cast: Stephen Douglass (as "Joe Hardy"), Gwen Verdon (as "Lola "), Ray Walston (as "Applegate"), Rae Allen (as "Gloria Thorpe"), Richard Bishop (as "Welch"), Shannon Bolin (as "Meg Boyd"), Frank Bouley (as "Singer"), Russ Brown (as "Van Buren"), Fred Bryan, Betty Carr (as "Dancer"), Ronn Cummins, Cherry Davis (as "Teen-Ager/Singer"), Robert Evans (as "Dancer"), Timmy Everett (as "Dancer"), Patricia Ferrier (as "Dancer"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Smokey"), Jeanne Grant (as "Singer"), Marlyn Greer (as "Dancer"), Janet Hayes (as "Singer"), Del Horstmann (as "Lynch/Commissioner/Singer"), Elizabeth Howell (as "Doris"), Janie Janvier (as "Miss Weston/Singer"), William Joyce (as "Dancer"), Harvey Jung (as "Dancer"), Joan Keenan (as "Singer"), Marie Kolin (as "Dancer"), James Komack (as "Rocky") [credited as Jimmie Komack], Al Lanti (as "Henry/Dancer"), Albert Linville (as "Vernon/Postmaster/Singer"), Suzanne Lovell (as "Singer"), Ralph Lowe (as "Singer"), George Marcy (as "Guard/Dancer"), Julia Marlowe, Svetlana McLee, Eddie Phillips, Jackie Scholle, Robert Shafer (as "Joe Boyd"), Jean Stapleton (as "Sister"), Ralph Strane, Mark Ward. Produced by Frederick Brisson, Robert E. Griffith and Harold Prince. Produced in association with Albert B. Taylor. Note: Filmed as Damn Yankees! (1958).

(1963). Stage Play: She Loves Me. Musical comedy.

(1964). Stage Play: Fiddler on the Roof. Musical comedy/drama. Book by Joseph Stein. Based on stories by Sholom Aleichem. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Musical Director: Milton Greene. Vocal arrangements by Milton Greene. Dance arrangements by Betty Walberg. Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Assistant to Mr. Aronson: Lisa Jalowetz. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal. Hair Design by D. Rusty Bonaccorso. Directed by Jerome Robbins. Imperial Theatre (from 22 Sep 1964- 25 Feb 1967, then moved to The Majestic Theatre 27 Feb 1967- 14 Dec 1970, then moved to The Broadway Theatre from 16 Dec 1970- close): 22 Sep 1964- 2 Jul 1972 (3242 performances + 7 previews that began on 17 Sep 1964). Cast: Zero Mostel (as "Tevye, the Dairyman"), Bea Arthur (as "Yente, the Matchmaker"), Bert Convy (as "Perchik, the Student"), Tanya Everett (as "Chava, Tevye's daughter") [Broadway debut], Michael Granger (as "Lazar Wolf, the Butcher"), Maria Karnilova (as "Golde"), Joanna Merlin (as "Tzeitel, Tevye's daughter"), Julia Migenes (as "Hodel, Tevye's daughter"), Austin Pendleton (as "Motel, the Tailor"), Joe Ponazecki (as "Fyedka, A Russian"), Joseph Sullivan (as "Constable"), Tom Abbott (as "Vladimir, A Russian"), John C. Attle (as "Shloime, the Bagel Man"), Sue Babel (as "Grandma Tzeitel"), Sammy Bayes (as "Yitzuk, the Streetsweeper"), Robert Berdeen (as "Sasha, A Russian"), Lorenzo Bianco (as "Chaim, the Fishmonger"), Duane Bodin (as "Duvidel, the Seltzer Man/Grandma Tzeitel"), Gino Conforti (as "The Fiddler"), Robert Currie (as "Villager"), Maurice Edwards (as "Nachum, the Beggar"), Tanya Everett (as "Chava, Tevye's daughter"), Sarah Felcher (as "Surcha"), Leonard Frey (as "Mendel, the Rabbi's son"), Tony Gardell (as "Label"), Louis Genevrino (as "Hershel"), Ross Gifford (as "Yankel, the Grocer"), Dan Jasin (as "Schmeril"), Sandra Kazan (as "Villager"), Thom Koutsoukos (as "Yakov, the Knifeseller"), Sharon Lerit (as "Villager"), Paul Lipson (as "Avram, The Bookseller"), Sylvia Mann (as "Mirala, A Villager"), Julia Migenes (as "Hodel, Tevye's daughter"), Peff Modelski (as "Sima"), Irene Paris (as "Rivka, A Villager"), Marilyn Rogers (as "Shprintze, Tevye's daughter"), Linda Ross (as "Bielke, Tevye's daughter"), Charles Rule (as "Moishe, the Cobbler"), Gluck Sandor (as "Rabbi"), Carol Sawyer (as "Fruma-Sarah"), Zvee Scooler (as "Mordcha, the Inkeeper"), Roberta Senn (as "Anya, A Villager"), Mitch Thomas (as "Yussel, the Hatmaker"), Helen Verbit. Replacement actors: Luther Adler (as "Yevye") [During Zero Mostel's vacation from 18 Jan 1965- 30 Jan 1965], Adrienne Barbeau (as "Hodel"), Herschel Bernardi (as "Tevye") [from 8 Nov 1965- ?], Peter De Nicola (as "Baker"), Paul Lipson (as "Lazar Wolf, Tevye"), Bette Midler(as "Rivka") [Broadway debut], Mimi Randolph (as "Golde"), Marc Scott (as "The Fiddler"), Lesie Silvia (as "Bielke/Shprintze"), Pia Zadora (as "Bielke"). Produced by Harold Prince.

Poor Bitos (1964).

On the Twentieth Century (1978). Musical comedy.

Lovemusik (2007).

Begin chronological entries here.

(1975) He directed Stephen Sondheim's musical, "A Little Night Music", at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Jean Simmons, Hermione Gingold, Joss Ackland, Maria Aitken, Veronica Page, Terry Mitchell, Diane Langton and Liz Robertson in the cast.

(1975) He directed Stephen Sondheim's musical, "A Little Night Music", at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Jean Simmons, Angela Baddeley, Joss Ackland, David Kernan, Maria Aitken, Diane Langton and Liz Robertson in the cast.

(February 1976) He directed Stephen Sondheim's musical, "A Little Night Music", at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Virginia McKenna, Angela Baddeley, Joss Ackland, David Kernan, Maria Aitken, Diane Langton and Liz Robertson in the cast.

(1978) He directed Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical, "Evita", at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Elaine Paige, Joss Ackland and David Essex in the original London cast.

(1978) He directed Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical, "Evita", at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with Elaine Paige, Joss Ackland, David Essex, Siobhan McCarthy and Mark Ryan in the cast.

(August 1980) He directed Stephen Sondheim's musical, "Sweeney Todd", at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Denis Quilley, Sheila Hancock, Andrew C. Wadsworth, John Aron, Oz Clarke and Simon Butteriss in the original London cast.

(1980) He directed Stephen Sondheim's musical, "Sweeney Todd", at the Uris Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Len Cariou and Angela Lansbury in the original Broadway cast.

(1982) He directed Larry Grossman, Betty Comden and Adolph Green's musical, "A Doll's Life", at the Mark Hellinger Theatre on Broadway in New York City with George Hearn and Betsy Joslyn in the cast.

(1982) He directed Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical, "Evita", at the Broadway Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Loni Ackerman, Anthony Crivello and David Cryer in the cast.

(1987) He directed Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, "The Phantom of the Opera", 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.

(1988) He directed Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, "The Phantom of the Opera", at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Dave Willetts, Claire Moore and Michael Cormick in the cast.

(1973). Stage Play: A Little Night Music. Musical/Romantic Comedy. Music by Stephen Sondheim. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by Hugh Wheeler. Suggested by the film "Smiles of a Summer Night" by Ingmar Bergman. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Assistant to Mr. Hastings: Arthur Wagner. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Florence Klotz. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Choreographed by Patricia Birch. Directed by Harold Prince. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 17 Sep 1973- close): 25 Feb 1973- 3 Aug 1974 (601 performances + 12 previews). Cast: Len Cariou (as "Frederik Egerman"), Hermione Gingold (as "Madame Armfeldt"), Glynis Johns (as "Desiree Armfeldt"), George Lee Andrews (as "Prid, Madame Armfeldt's butler") [Broadway debut], D'Jamin Bartlett (as "Petra") [Broadway debut], Despo (as "Malla, Desiree Armfeldt's maid"), Patricia Elliott (as "Countess Charlotte Malcolm"), Beth Fowler (as "Mrs. Segstrom"), Laurence Guittard (as "Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm"), Judy Kahan (as "Fredrika Armfeldt [Broadway debut], Mark Lambert (as "Henrik Egerman") [Broadway debut], Barbara Lang (as "Mrs. Anderssen"), Victoria Mallory (as "Anne Egerman"), Teri Ralston (as "Mrs. Nordstrom"), Benjamin Rayson (as "Mr. Lindquist"), Gene Varrone (as "Mr. Erlanson"), Will Sharpe Marshall (as "Bertrand, a page"), Sherry Mathis (as "Osa") [Broadway debut]. Understudies: Despo (as "Madame Armfeldt"), Beth Fowler (as "Countess Charlotte Malcolm/Petra"), Len Gochman (as "Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm/Frederik Egerman"), Barbara Lang (as "Desiree Armfeldt"), Will Sharpe Marshall (as "Frid/Henrik Egerman"), Sherry Mathis (as "Anne Egerman/Fredrika Armfeldt"). Replacement actors during Shubert Theatre run: Sheila K. Adams (as "Fredrika Armfeldt") [Broadway debut]. Replacement actors during Majestic Theatre run: William Daniels (as "Frederik Egerman" [from 25 Feb 1974- ?], Dick Sabol (as "Frid, Madame Armfeldt's butler"). Produced by Harold Prince. Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell. Note: Filmed as A Little Night Music (1977).

(1971). Stage Play: Follies. Musical/drama. Book by James Goldman. Music by Stephen Sondheim. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Dance arrangements by John Berkman. Choral arrangements by Harold Hastings. Assistant Musical Director: Paul Cianci. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Associate Choreographer: Bob Avian. Directed by Harold Prince and Michael Bennett. Winter Garden Theatre: 4 Apr 1971- 1 Jul 1972 (522 performances + 12 previews that began on 24 Mar 1971). Cast: Dorothy Collins (as "Sally Durant Plummer"), John McMartin (as "Benjamin Stone"), Gene Nelson (as "Buddy Plummer"), Alexis Smith (as "Phyllis Rogers Stone"), Yvonne De Carlo (as "Carlotta Campion") [only Broadway role], Roy Barry (as "Singer and Dancer"), Michael Bartlett (as "Roscoe"), Helon Blount (as "Dee Dee West"), Steven Boockvor (as "Singer and Dancer"), Suzanne Briggs (as "Showgirl"), Trudy Carson (as "Showgirl"), Ethel Barrymore Colt (as "Christine Crane"), Kathie Dalton (as "Showgirl"), Graciela Daniele (as "Young Vanessa/Singer and Dancer"), Fifi D'Orsay (as "Solange LaFitte"), Harvey Evans (as "Young Buddy"), Victor Griffin (as "Vincent"), John Grigas (as "Chauffeur"), Mary Jane Houdina Young Hattie/Singer and Dancer"), Justine Johnston (as "Heidi Schiller"), Fred Kelly (as "Willy Wheeler"), Dick Latessa (as "Major-Domo"), Sonja Levkova (as "Sandra Donovan"), Victoria Mallory (as "Young Heidi"), John J. Martin (as "Max Deems"), Ursula Maschmeyer (as "Showgirl"), Mary McCarty (as "Stella Deems"), Michael Misita (as "Young Vincent/Singer and Dancer"), Arnold Moss (as "Dimitri Weismann"), Joseph Nelson (as "Singer and Dancer"), Ralph Nelson (as "Kevin/Singer and Dancer"), Rita O'Connor (as "Singer and Dancer"), Julie Pars (as "Singer and Dancer"), Linda Perkins (as "Showgirl"), Kurt Peterson (as "Young Ben"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Singer and Dancer"), Marti Rolph (as "Young Sally"), Virginia Sandifur (as "Young Phyllis"), Ethel Shutta (as "Hattie Walker"), Sheila Smith (as "Meredith Lane"), Marcie Stringer (as "Emily Whitman"), Margot Travers (as "Showgirl"), Jayne Turner (as "Vanessa"), Kenneth Urmston (as "Singer and Dancer"), Peter Walker (as "Chet Richards"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Singer and Dancer"), Charles Welch (as "Theodore Whitman"). Standbys: Sheila Smith (as "Carlotta Campion/Phyllis Rogers Stone/Solange LaFitte"), Edwin Steffe (as "Dimitri Weismann"). Understudies: Helon Blount (as "Christine Crane/Hattie Walker/Stella Deems"), Ethel Barrymore Colt (as "Heidi Schiller/Sally Durant Plummer"), Fred Kelly (as "Dimitri Weismann/Major-Domo/Theodore Whitman"), Dick Latessa (as "Buddy Plummer"), Sonja Levkova (as "Vanessa"), Peter Walker (as "Benjamin Stone"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Vincent"). Replacement actors: Camila Ashland (as "Emily Whitman"), Roy Barry (as "Kevin"), Alexandra Borrie (as "Young Phyllis") [Broadway debut], Jan Clayton (as "Christine Crane"), Susanna Clemm (as "Showgirl"), Joel Craig (as "Singer and Dancer"), Patricia Garland (as "Singer and Dancer"), John Johann (as "Young Ben"), Ted Lawrie (as "Theodore Whitman"), Marion Marlowe (as "Meredith Lane"), Jennifer Nairn-Smith (as "Showgirl"), Joseph Nelson (as "Major-Domo"), Jacqueline Payne (as "Singer and Dancer/Young Hattie"), Denise Pence (as "Singer and Dancer"), Marti Rolph (as "Young Heidi"), David Roman (as "Singer and Dancer"), Rita Rudner (as "Singer and Dancer"), Terry Saunders (as "Christine Crane"), Rosemary Shevlin (as "Showgirl"), Margot Travers (as "Young Vanessa"), Donald Weissmuller (as "Willy Wheeler"). Standbys: Jan Clayton (as "Sally Durant Plummer"), Ted Lawrie (as "Buddy Plummer"), Marion Marlowe (as "Carlotta Campion/Phyllis Rogers Stone"). Understudies: Sonja Levkova (as "Solange LaFitte"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Young Phyllis"), Ken Urmston (as "Young Ben"). Produced by Harold Prince. Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell.

(1990) He directed Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical, "Evita," at the Theatre Royal in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with Jacqui Scott, Christopher Corcoran, and Michael Bauer in the cast.

(1990) He directed Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical, "Evita," at the Orchard Theatre in Dartford, Kent, England with Jacqui Scott, Christopher Corcoran, and Michael Bauer in the cast.

(1992) He directed John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "The Kiss of the Spiderwoman," at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Chita Rivera, Brent Carver, and Anthony Crivello in the cast.

(1998) He directed Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "Showboat," at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, England with George Grizzard, Carole Shelley, Teri Hansen, Hugh Panaro, Gretha Boston, Terry Burrell, and Michel Bell in the cast. Susan Stroman was choreographer.

(July 2, 2003) He directed Stephen Sondheim's musical, "Bounce," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Richard Kind (Addison Minzer); Howard McGillin (Wilson); Herndon Lackey (Papa Mizner); Jane Powell (Mama Mizner); Gavin Creel (Hollis Bessemer); and Michele Pawk (Nellie) in the cast. John Weidman was librettist. Eugene Lee was scenic designer.

(January 25, 2007 to February 25, 2007) He was the original director 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. John Kander wrote the music. 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.

(November 22, 1971) He directed the musical, "Company," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with George Chakiris (Robert); Elaine Stritch (Joanne), Louisa Flaningam, Robert Goss, Marian Hailey, Del Hinkley, Ann Johnson, Jane A. Johnston, Bobbi Jordan, Carolyn Kirsch, Gary Krawford, Bernie McInerney, Marti Stevens, and George Wallace in the cast. Stephen Sondheim wrote the music and lyrics. George Furth wrote the book. Boris Aronson was set designer. D.D. Ryan was costume designer. Michael Bennett was choreographer.


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