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Full-Length Musical, Comedy
Robert E. Lee,
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman / Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee / Based on The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Giraudoux as adapted by Maurice Valency / New Version by David Thompson
The Countess Aurelia – the Madwoman of ChaillotMme. Constance – the Madwoman of PassyMme. Gabrielle – the Madwoman of St. SulpiceThe Sewerman – an elegant slob with superb manners, the authority on underground ParisNina – a waitress at the Café FrancisJulian – a young assistant to the Presidents
The Sergeant – a Police Officer assigned to Chaillot, near the SeineThe Waiter at the Café FrancisThe Mute – a young street urchinPresident Number One – The International Substrate of Paris, Inc.President Number Two – The International Substrate of Paris, Inc.President Number Three – The International Substrate of Paris, Inc.The Prospector – a Cassius-like cadaver of a man in an oversized raincoat
1. Overture – Orchestra2. Opening Scene – Orchestra3. “Through The Bottom Of the Glass” – Countess4. Reprise: “Through The Bottom Of the Glass” – Countess5. Riverbank – Orchestra6. “Just A Little Bit More” – President, Prospector, & Lawyer7. Reprise: “Just A Little Bit More” – President, Prospector, & Lawyer8. More Playoff & Scene Change – Orchestra9. Chimes – Concertina Underscore #1 – Orchestra10. Drowned Man – Orchestra11. Concertina Underscore #2 – Orchestra12. “Each Tomorrow Morning” – Countess13. First Reprise: “Each Tomorrow Morning” – Countess & Chorus14. Concertina Underscore #3 – Orchestra15. “I Don’t Want To Know” – Countess16. Second Reprise: “Each Tomorrow Morning” – Countess17. “I’ve Never Said I Love You” – Nina18. Flea Market – Orchestra19. Sewerman Scherzo – Orchestra20. “Pretty Garbage” – Sewerman, Countess, Gabrielle, & Constance21. “Ugly Garbage” – Sewerman, Constance, & Gabrielle22. Ugly Garbage (Dance) – Sewerman & Company23. “One Person” – Countess & Chorus
24. Entr’acte – Orchestra25. “The Spring of Next Year” – President, Prospector, & Lawyer26. Stoned Music – Orchestra27. “Memory” – Constance28. “Pearls” – Countess & Gabrielle29. “Dickie” – Gabrielle30. “Voices” – Constance31. “Thoughts” – Countess32. “Tea Party Trio” – Countess, Constance & Gabrielle33. Ber-ber Underscoring – Orchestra34. “And I Was Beautiful” – Countess35. Beautiful Playoff – Scene change – Orchestra36. “Dear World” – Julian & Company37. Descent – Reprise: “Spring of Next Year” – President, Lawyer, Prospector, & Pimps38. “Kiss Her Now” – Countess39. Finale Ultimo – Countess & Company40. Bows – Countess & Full Company41. Exit Music – Orchestra
Reed (Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, & Bass Clarinet)
Violin (One Player)
Cello (One Player)
Hello, Dolly!, Mame, and La Cage Aux Folles are home to some of the most popular, most-often performed and most successful musical hero(in)es of all time, and have given Jerry Herman (1931-2019) the distinction of being the only composer/lyricist in history to have had three ...
Jerome Lawrence (1915-2004) and Robert E. Lee collaborated for more than fifty years and were among the most prolific playwriting teams in the American theatre. In addition to their Pulitzer-nominated Inherit The Wind, their other major stage works include the comedy hit Aunt ...
Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (1918-1994) collaborated for more than fifty years and were among the most prolific playwriting teams in the American theatre. In addition to their Pulitzer-nominated Inherit The Wind, their other major stage works include the comedy hit Aunt ...
David Thompson's theatre credits include And the World Goes 'Round (Drama Desk and Outer Circle Critics Award), The Look of Love, Thou Shalt Not, Flora the Red Menace (Drama Desk Award nomination), Steel Pier (Tony Award nomination) and the 1996 Broadway revival of Chicago, f ...
MAURICE VALENCY was a playwright, author, critic and popular professor of Comparative Literature at Columbia University, best known for his award-winning adaptations of plays by Jean Giraudoux and Fredrich Dürrenmatt.
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