110 in the Shade Musical Lyrics

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Music composed by Harvey Schmidt. Lyrics wrote Tom Jones. The libretto was developed by N. Richard Nash. Pre-Broadway tour began in September 1963. A show was exhibited in Boston and Philadelphia Shubert Theatre. Broadway Premiere was hosted by Broadhurst Theatre in October 1963. It ended in August 1964, after 2 preliminaries and 330 regular performances. Production carried out by director Joseph Anthony and choreographer Agnes de Mille. The cast involved S. Douglass, I. Swenson, R. Horton, S. Roland & S. Teague. In 1964-1965 there was a national tour featuring R. Danton, I. Swenson, S. Douglass & J. Carter. In February 1967, the Palace Theatre hosted the British premiere. There were shown 101 performances. Production was developed by director Charles Blackwell and choreographer Rae Landor. In the show were acting I. Emmanuel, J. Warfield, M. Latimer, G. Hancock, I. Swenson & S. Douglass.

From May to June 1982, production took place in the Church of the Heavenly Res, directed by Fran Soeder. The participating actors were R. Stoeckle, J. Pessano, S. Ellis, R. Gunderman & L. Sickle. From July to August 1992 in the New York State Theatre was presented a new version of the play. Performance was carried out by director Scott Ellis and choreographer Susan Stroman. The cast was the following: R. Muenz, H. Forsythe, K. Ziemba & B. Sutherland. In April 2007, the new tryouts began for the reconsidered pre-Broadway version. Staging was shown at Studio 54 from May to July 2007 with 27 preliminaries and 94 regular performances. Production done by director Lonny Price and choreographer Dan Knechtges. This version of the play had this cast: A. McDonald, J. Cullum, S. Kazee, C. Butler, B. Steggert & C. Innvar. The show was nominated for several awards.
Release date: 1963
Last Update:August, 16th 2016

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