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Alvin Theatre, (11/01/1973 - 12/29/1973)

First Preview: Sep 27, 1973
Opening Date: Nov 01, 1973
Closing Date: Dec 29, 1973
Total Previews: 40
Total Performances: 68

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Bronx, an unseasonable hot Spring, 1932

Opening Night Production Staff

Produced by Don Saxon, Don Kaufman and George Daley; Produced in association with Complex IV; Associate Producer: Larry Fallon and Richard Vonella; Co - Producer: Larry Spellman

Music by Jerry Livingston; Book by Louis Garfinkle and Leonard Adelson; Lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David; Based on characters from "The Goldbergs" by Gertrude Berg; Music orchestrated by Eddie Sauter; Dance arrangements by Arnold Gross; Musical Director: Jerry Goldberg; Vocal arrangements by Jerry Goldberg

Choreographed by Grover Dale; Directed by Alan Arkin

Scenic Design by Marsha L. Eck; Costume Design by Carrie F. Robbins; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Gary Harris; Hair Design by Randy Coronato

General Manager: Paul B. Berkowsky

Production Stage Manager: Martin Gold; Stage Manager: Jean Weigel

Music Consultant: Ronald Snyder

General Press Representative: Saul Richman and Sara Altshul; Dance Captain: Don Bonnell; Photographer: Zodiac; Advertising: Matthew Serino and The Blaine Thompson Company

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Opening Night Cast

Kaye BallardMolly
Camila AshlandMrs. Frazini
Don BonnellSkeeter
Toni DarnayMrs. Dutton
Connie DayStella Hazelcorn
Daniel FortusSammy
Martin GarnerMax
Rodney GriffinRalph
Bob HeathReggie
Mitchell JasonCousin Simon
Justine JohnstonMrs. Frazini
Ruth ManningBelle Seidenschneer
Eli MintzUncle David
Don PercassiHarold
Sal PerniceVinnie
Eddie PhillipsMr. Sullivan
Lisa RochelleRosalie
Linda RoseSheala
Leland SchwantesGeorge
Ellie SmithFilomena Frazini
Molly StarkMrs. Kramer
Hazel Weber SteckMrs. Bloom
Swen SwensonMichael Stone
Gerald TeijeloWalter
Suzanne WalkerEllen
Lee WallaceJake
Miriam WelchSarah

Understudies: Toni Darnay (Belle Seidenschneer, Mrs. Bloom, Mrs. Frazini, Mrs. Kramer, Mrs. Sullivan), Martin Garner (Cousin Simon, Uncle David), Bob Heath (Sammy), Mitchell Jason (Jake), Don Percassi (Mr. Sullivan), Ellie Smith (Rosalie), Molly Stark (Molly), Gerald Teijelo (Michael Stone), Suzanne Walker (Filomena Frazini), Mimi Wallace (Swing Dancer) and Miriam Welch (Stella Hazelcorn)

Songs

music by Jerry Livingston; lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David

ACT 1 Sung By
There's a New Deal on the Way
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Angelina and Company
If Everyone Got What They Wanted
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Molly and Company
A Piece of the Rainbow
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Molly
Cahoots
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Michael Stone and Molly
Sullivan's Got a JobCompany
In Your Eyes
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Sammy
Cahoots (Reprise)
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Belle Seidenschneer and Molly
High Class Ladies and Elegant Gentelmen
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Michael Stone, Stella Hazelcorn and Goldbergs
So I'll Tell Him
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Molly
AppointmentsUncle David
There's Gold on the Trees
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Jake, Molly and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Mandarin Palace on the Grand Concourse
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Company
I Want to Share It With You
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Michael Stone, Stella Hazelcorn and Company
In Your Eyes (Reprise)
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Sammy
I Was There
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Molly and Jake
Oak Leaf Memorial ParkMolly
If Everyone Got What They Wanted (Reprise)
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Uncle David and Rosalie
I See a Man
(lyrics by Leonard Adelson and Mack David)
Molly
The Tremont Avenue Cruisewear Fashion ShowCompany
I've Got a MollyJake
Go in the Best of HealthMolly

Replacement/Transfer Info


The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.


Alvin Theatre

(11/1/1973 - 12/29/1973)
Directed by Paul Aaron.

Cast

Toni Darnay
Belle Seidenschneer


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