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A Guide to the Edith K. Wolk Playbill Collection

Finding aid created by Jim Liversidge

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections

September 2017



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Wolk, Edith K., 1921- 2005 (Collector)
Title: Edith K. Wolk Playbill Collection
Dates: 1937-2004
Abstract: Edith K. Wolk, reverently preserved a lifetime of theatre (New York, London, Los Angeles, etc.) in this chronologically-filed collection of Playbills and programs dating from 1937 through 2004 (a year before her death). The collection represents both professional and amateur productions and is a time capsule of most of the major Broadway stage landmarks of the mid-to-late 20th Century. Through her devotion to theatre and collecting, Edith K. Wolk has preserved a Golden Age of modern theatre in 12 archival boxes.
Extent: 7.5 Linear feet. 12 Boxes.
Identification: ufwolk
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

Edith Kress Wolk had a life-long passion for the theater. Born in Newark, New Jersey in 1921, she was a woman with a true delight in words and storytelling. Edith worked for many years as a reporter, editor, and advertising copywriter in New Jersey and New York, but in many ways this love of words, of writing, and of story showed itself most in her great and abiding love of theatre. She acted in amateur productions and wrote skits for many of them, but it was as a consumer of plays and musicals that this was most evident. She began attending plays as a teenager and thereafter saw everything she possibly could on Broadway and off-Broadway and in London and regional theatres. She saw musicals and straight plays and revues and experimental work. And she collected the Playbills from every single one of them which you can see in this collection which spans the years 1938 to 2004. Her love of theatre was also passed down to her sons, Andy and Peter. Andy worked for many years in the New York Theatre as a writer and director, moving on to an extensive career writing and directing in film and television. Peter, a lawyer, also became a writer and has many television credits. That love continues to be passed down to her grand-daughter Susanna who is a young director working on Broadway today. Edith passed away in 2005, but we hope you can experience some of that passion as you look through these lovingly collected Playbills.


Scope and Content

Most of the major Broadway hits (musicals, dramas and comedies) of the represented period (1937-2004) are included (THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, LIFE WITH FATHER, PAL JOEY, Du BARRY WAS A LADY, CARMEN JONES, FINIAN'S RAINBOW, SOUTH PACIFIC, ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, PICNIC, HELLO, DOLLY!, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, THE BOYS IN THE BAND, HAIR, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, THE ELEPHANT MAN, EQUUS, FENCES, LES MISERABLES, MASTER CLASS, etc.) as well as many lesser known and forgotten titles (SMART SPOT VARIETIES, PRIORITIES OF 1942, SUBWAYS ARE FOR SLEEPING, HOW NOW DOW JONES, CAFÉ CROWN, THE HAPPY TIME, REX, THE JAIL DIARIES OF ALBIE SACHS, THE ACT, SAY GOODNIGHT GRACIE, ROCKABYE HAMLET, etc.). Concerts and other theatrical events are also included (THE ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW, DANNY LARUE AT THE PALACE, BOB AND RAY: THE TWO AND ONLY, BURT BACHARACH IN CONCERT, THE JOFFREY BALLET, LANA TURNER: A TRIBUTE TO A LEGENDARY LADY, A PARTY WITH BETTY COMDEN AND ADOLPH GREEN, THE ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATRE, etc.), as is the early directing and writing career (ORACLES, WHAT THE BUTLER SAW, THE THREE SISTERS, etc.) of screenwriter Andy Wolk (son of Edith K. Wolk).


Arrangement

The playbills are arranged in chronological order.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions

Researchers should speak with the curator prior to using the materials.


Related or Separated Material

For additional theatrical Playbill and program information, the researcher may also be interested in these University of Florida Department of Special and Area Studies collection finding guides:

THE BELKNAP PLAYBILL AND PROGRAM COLLECTION

THE LILLIAN SCHNEIDER BARTELL PLAYBILL COLLECTION


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Edith K. Wolk Playbill Collection, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Andy and Peter Wolk (Sons of Edith K. Wolk) in March of 2017)

Processing Notes

The Edith K. Wolk Playbill Collection arrived in 34 custom-made PLAYBILL collecting binders. For archival preservation reasons, each item was transferred to individual acid free folders to be housed in 12 acid free archival boxes (approximately 50 folders in each box).


Contents List

Box
1 Having Wonderful Time - "A Comedy" by Arthur Kober. Produced by Marc Connelly at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1937) starring Jules Garfield (John Garfield), Sidney Fox, Cornel Wilde, Richard Irving, Herbert Vigran (Herb Vigran), Sandra Gould, Mitchell Grayson, Wolfe Barzell, Philip Van Zandt, etc. Directed by Marc Connelly.. 1937
1 Philadelphia Story, The - "A New Comedy" by Philip Barry. Produced by The Theatre Guild, Inc. at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1939) starring Katharine Hepburn, Van Heflin, Shirley Booth, Hayden Rorke, Joseph Cotton, etc. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair.. 1939
1 Man Who Came to Dinner, The - "A New Comedy" by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Monty Woolley, Edith Atwater, Dudley Clements, Lawrence Tibbett, Jr., David Burns, Mary Wickes, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.. 1940
1 Du Barry Was a Lady - Book by Herbert Fields and B.G. De Sylva. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Produced by B.G. De Sylva at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Bert Lahr, Ethel Merman, Betty Grable, Benny Baker, Charles Walters, Ronald Graham, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor and choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: Songs include: "Do I Love You?," "Well, Did You Evah!," "Friendship," etc.. 1940
1 Life With Father - Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse (from Clarence Day's story). Produed by Oscar Serlin at the Empire Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Howard Lindsay, Dorothy Stickney, Teresa Wright, Ruth Hammond, Richard Sterling, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Windust.. 1940
1 Skylark - Book by Samson Raphaelson. Produced by John Golden at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Gertrude Lawrence, Donald Cook, Glenn Anders, Vivian Vance, etc. Directed by Samson Raphaelson.. 1940
1 Male Animal, The - Book by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. Produced by Herman Shumlin at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Eliott Nugent, Amanda Randolph, Ruth Matteson, Gene Tierney, Don De Fore, Leon Ames, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.. 1940
1 Margin for Error - "A Comedy Melodrama" by Clare Boothe. Produced by Aldrich and Myers at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Bramwell Fletcher, Sam Levene, Bert Lytell, Otto L. Preminger, Hugh Marlowe, Edward McNamara, Philip Coolidge, Evelyn Wahle and Elspeth Eric. Directed by Otto L. Preminger.. 1940
1 Two on an Island - "A New Play in Eleven Scenes" by Elmer Rice. Produced by The Playwrights' Company at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Martin Ritt, Betty Field, John Craven, Howard Da Silva, Whitner Bissell, Luther Adler, etc. Directed by Elmer Rice.. 1940
1 Fifth Column, The - Book adapted by Benjamin Glazer (from the published play by Ernest Hemingway). Produced by The Theatre Guild, Inc. at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Franchot Tone, Katherine Locke, Lenore Ulric, Lee J. Cobb, Arnold Moss, Wendell K. Phillips, Henry Levin, Sid Cassel, etc. Directed by Lee Strasberg.. 1940
1 Separate Rooms - Book by Joseph Carole and Alan Dinehart in collaboration with Alex Gottlieb and Edmund Joseph. Produced by Bobby Crawford at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1940) starring Alan Dinehart, Glenda Farrell, Lyle Talbot, etc. Directed by William B. Friedlander.. 1940
1 Time of Your Life, The - "The Pulitzer Prize and Critics Award Play of the Season" by William Saroyan. Produced by Miss Cheryl Crawford and The Theatre Guild, Inc. in association with Eddie Dowling at the Maplewood Theatre (Maplewood, NJ - 1940) starring John Farrell, Ross Bagnasarian, Eddie Dowling, Edward Andrews, Julie Haydon, Henry Jones, Fred Kelly, Celeste Holm, William Bendix, Tom Tully, Arthur Hunnicutt, Seymour Gross, etc. Directed by Eddie Dowling and William Saroyan and choreographed by Gene Kelly.. 1940
1 Smart Spot Varieties - Produced by Miss Cheryl Crawford at the Maplewood Theatre (Maplewood, NJ - 1940) starring The Hartmans (Paul and Grace), Sheila Barrett, Henny Youngman, Caspar Reardon, Loring Smith, The Revuers, The Trinidad Calypso Troubadors, etc.. 1940
1 Big Story, The - Book by Lee Falk and Alan Cranston. Produced by Gilbert Miller at the Maplewood Theatre (Maplewood, NJ - 1940) starring Donald Cook, Frank Downing, Millard Mitchell, etc. Directed by Sam Levene.. 1940
1 Arsenic and Old Lace - "A New Comedy" by Joseph Kesselring, Produced by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Boris Karloff, Allyn Joslyn, Josephine Hill, Jean Adair, John Alexander, Bruce Gordon, Helen Brooks, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Windust.. 1941
1 George Washington Slept Here - "A New Comedy" by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Ernest Truex, Jean Dixon, Dudley Digges, Sidney Lumet, Joseph Sweeney, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.. 1941
1 Pal Joey - "A New Musical Comedy" by John O' Hara. Music by Richard Rogers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Produced by George Abbott at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Gene Kelly, June Havoc, Stanley Donen, Vivienne Segal, Van Johnson, Jack Durant, etc. Directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "I Could Write a Book," "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered," "Zip," "Plant You Now, Dig You Later', "Love is My Friend," etc.. 1941
1 Man Who Came to Dinner, The - "A New Comedy" by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Produced by Sam H. Harris at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Monty Woolley, Virginia Hammond, Dudley Clements, Barry Sullivan, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman.. 1941
1 Twelfth Night - Book by William Shakespeare. Produced by Miss Cheryl Crawford, Gilbert Miller and The Theatre Guild, Inc. at the Maplewood Theatre (Maplewood, NJ - 1941) staring Helen Hayes, Maurice Evans, June Walker, Mark Smith, Sophie Stewart, Donald Burr, etc. Directed by Margaret Webster with music by Paul Bowles.. 1941
1 Let's Face It - "A New Musical Comedy" by Herbert and Dorothy Fields and music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Produced by Vinton Freedley at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1941) starring Danny Kaye, Eve Arden, Benny Baker, Mary Jane Walsh, Edith Meiser, Vivian Vance, Billy Daniel, Nanette Fabray, etc. Directed by Edgar MacGregor and choreographed by Charles Walters. Songs include: "Let's Face It," "Ev'rything I Love," "Farming," "Ace in the Hole," "Let's Not Talk About Love," "A Little Rumba Numba," "Melody in 4F," etc.. 1941
1 Café Crown - Book by H.S. Kraft. Produced by Carly Wharton and Martin Gabel at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Sam Jaffe, Morris Carnovsky, Jay Adler, Whitner Bissell, Eduard Franz, Sam Wanamaker, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.. 1942
1 Blithe Spirit - "An Improbable Farce" by Noel Coward. Produced by John C. Wilson at the Morosco Theatre (NCY - 1942) starring Clifton Webb, Peggy Wood, Leonora Corbett, Mildred Natwick, Philip Tonge, etc. Directed by John C. Wilson.. 1942
1 Priorities of 1942 - Produced by Clifford C. Fischer at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Lou Holtz, Willie Howard, Phil Baker, Paul Draper, Hazel Scott, Gene Sheldon, Adrienne, etc. Choreographed by Marjery Fielding with music and lyrics by Marjery Fielding and Charles Barnes.. 1942
1 Guest in the House - "A New Play" by Hagar Wilde and Dale Eunson (from a story by Katherine Albert). Produced by Stephen and Paul Ames at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1942) starring Pert Kelton, William Prince, Leon Ames, Mary Anderson, etc. Directed by Reginald Denham.. 1942
1 Beat the Band - "A New Musical Comedy" by George Marion, Jr. and George Abbott with Music by Johnny Green and lyrics by George Marion , Jr. Produced by George Abbott at the 46th Street Theatre (NCY - 1942) starring Joan Caulfield, Evelyn Brooks, Jack Whiting, Jerry Lester, Stanley Donen, etc. Directed by George Abbott and choreographed by David Lichine. Songs include: "Down Through the Agents," "Free, Cute and Size Fourteen," "Let's Comb Beaches," "America loves a Band," "The Afternoon of a Phoney," "The Four Freedoms - Calypso," etc.. 1942
1 Angel Street - Book by Patrick Hamilton. Produced by Shepard Traube (in association with Alexander H. Cohen) at the John Golden Theatre (NCY - 1942) starring Vincent Price, Judith Evelyn, Elizabeth Eustis, Florence Edney and Leo G. Carroll. Directed by Shepard Traube.. 1942
1 By Jupiter - "Rodgers and Hart's New Musical Comedy" (Based on Julian F. Thompson's "The Warrior's Husband") by Rodgers and Hart with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Produced by Wiman and Rodgers (in association Richard Kollmer) at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC- 1942) starring Ray Bolger, Constance Moore, Ronald Graham, Benay Venuta, Vera-Ellen, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan and choreographed by Robert Alton. Songs include: "The Boy I Left Behind Me," Everything I've Got," "Wait Till You See Her," etc.. 1942
1 Without Love - "A New Comedy" by Philip Barry. Produced by The Theatre Guild, Inc. at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Katharine Hepburn, Elliott Nugent, Audrey Christie, Robert Shayne, Neil Fitzgerald, Royal Beal, etc. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair.. 1943
1 Counsellor-At-Law - "A Comedy" by Elmer Rice. Produced by John Golden at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Paul Muni, Ann Thomas, William Vaughan, Clara Langsner, etc. Directed by Elmer Rice.. 1943
1 What's Up - "A New Musical" by Alan Jay Lerner and Arthur Pierson with music by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Produced by Mark Warnow at the National Theatre (NYC - 1943) starring Jimmy Savo, Johnny Morgan, Gloria Warren, etc. Directed by Robert H. Gordon and George Balanchine. Songs include: "You've Got a Hold on Me," "A Girl is Like a Book," "How Fly Times," "You Wash and I'll Dry," etc.. 1943
1 Othello - Produced by Margaret Webster and The Theatre Guild, Inc. at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1944) staring Paul Robeson, Jose Ferrer, Uta Hagen, Margaret Webster, James Monks, etc. Directed by Margaret Webster with music by Tom Bennett.. 1944
1 Voice of the Turtle, The - "A Comedy" by John van Druten. Produced by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Margaret Sullavan, Elliott Nugent and Audrey Christie. Directed by John van Druten.. 1944
1 Searching Wind, The - "A New Play" by Lillian Hellman. Produced by Herman Shumlin at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Cornelia Otis Skinner, Dennis King, Dudley Digges, Barbara O' Neill, Montgomery Clift, etc. Directed by Herman Shumlin.. 1944
1 Follow the Girls - "A New Musical Comedy" by Guy Bolton and Eddie Davis (with additional dialogue by Fred Thompson) with lyrics and music by Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal and Phil Charig. Produced by Dave Wolper (in association with Albert Borde) at the 44th Street Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Gertrude Niesen, Jackie Gleason, Wendell Corey, Tim Herbert, Buster West, Danny Aiello, etc. Directed by Harry Delmar and choreographed by Catherine Littlefield. Songs include: "At the Spotlight Canteen," "You Won't Dance," "Where You Are," etc.. 1944
1 Bloomer Girl - "A New Musical" by Sig Herzig and Fred Saidy (Based on the play by Lilith and Dan James) with music by Harold Arlin and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Produced by John C. Wilson (in association with Nat Goldstone) at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Celeste Holm, Margaret Douglass, Joan McCracken, David Brooks, Dooley Wilson, Mabel Taliaferro, Matt Briggs, etc. Directed by William Schorr and E. Y. Harburg and choreographed by Agnes deMille. Songs include: "When The Boys Come Home," "Pretty As A Picture," "Sunday in Cicero Falls," "I Never Was Born," "The Eagle And Me," etc.. 1944
1 Carmen Jones - Book by Oscar Hammerstein II (Based on Meilhac and Halevy's adaptation of Prosper Merimee's CARMEN) with music by Georges Bizet and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Produced by Billy Rose at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1944) starring Napoleon Reed, Robert Clarke, Muriel Smith, Inez Matthews, Luther Saxon, Cosy Cole, Theresa Merritte, etc. Directed by Charles Friedman and choreographed by Eugene Loring.. 1944
1 Tempest, The - Book by William Shakespeare. Produced by Miss Cheryl Crawford at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Vera Zorina, Canada Lee, Arnold Moss, Steven Elliott, Frances Heflin, etc. Directed by Margaret Webster with original music by David Diamond.. 1945
1 Are You With It? - Book by Sam Perrin and George Balzar (Adapted from the novel SLIGHTLY PERFECT by George Malcolm -Smith) with music by Harry Revel and lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt. Produced by Richard Kollmar and James W. Gardiner at the New Century Theatre (NYC - 1945) starring Joan Roberts, Johnny Downs, Lew Parker, Dolores Gray, Bunny Briggs, etc. Directed by Edward Reveaux and choreographed by Jack Donohue. Songs include: "Five More Minutes in Bed," "Slightly Perfect," "When a Good Man Takes to Drink," "Are You With it?," "In Our Cozy Little Cottage of Tomorrow," etc.. 1945
1 State of the Union - "A New Comedy" by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Produced by Leland Hayward at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Ralph Bellamy, Ruth Hussey, Myron McCormick, Minor Watson, Margalo Gillmore, George Lessey, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Windust.. 1946
1 Born Yesterday - "A New Comedy" by Garson Kanin. Produced by Max Gordon at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Gary Merrill, Judy Holliday, Rex King, Paul Douglas, Ellen Hall, Frank Otto, etc. Directed by Garson Kanin.. 1946
1 Pygmalion - "A Romance" by Bernard Shaw. Produced by Theatre Incorporated at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NCY - 1946) starring Gertrude Lawrence, Raymond Massey, Melville Cooper, Cecil Humphreys, John Cromwell, etc. Directed by Cedric Hardwicke.. 1946
1 St. Louis Woman - "A New Musical Play in Three acts" by Arna Bontemps and Countee Cullen (Based on the novel GOD SENDS SUNDAY by Arna Bontemps) with music by Harold Arlin and lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Produced by Edward Gross at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1946) starring Pearl Bailey, Royce Wallace, Rex Ingram, Elwood Smith, Juanita Hall, Ruby Hill The Nicholas Brothers, etc. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian and choreographed by Charles Walters. Songs include: "Come Rain or Come Shine," "Sleep Peaceful," "A Woman's Prerogative," "Least That's My Opinion," etc.. 1946
1 Night Must Fall - Book by Emlyn Williams. Produced by O.E. Wee and Frank McCoy and The Broadway Guild at the Maplewood Theatre (Maplewood , NJ - 1946) starring Douglas Montgomery, Erin O' Brien-Moore, King Calder, Ethel Wilson, Georgia Harvey, etc. Directed by Frank McCoy.. 1946
2 Joan of Lorraine - "A Play in Two Acts" by Maxwell Anderson. Produced by The Playwrights' Company at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Ingrid Bergman, Sam Wanamaker, Romney Brent, Kenneth Tobey, Roger De Koven, Kevin McCarthy, Joseph Wiseman, etc. Directed by Margo Jones.. 1947
2 Happy Birthday - "A New Comedy" by Anita Loos. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Helen Hayes, Enid Markey, Charles Gordon, Jack Diamond, Lorraine Miller, Florence Sundstrom, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan.. 1947
2 Finian's Rainbow - "A New Musical" by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy with Music by Burton Lane and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Produced by Lee Sabinson and William R. Katzell at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1947) starring Ella Logan, Albert Sharpe, Donald Richards, David Wayne, Royal Dano, etc. Directed by Bretaigne Windust and choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?," "Look to the Rainbow," "Old Devil Moon," "If This Isn't Love," "Great Come and Get It Day," etc.. 1947
2 Annie Get Your Gun - "A New Musical" by Herbert and Dorothy Fields with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II at the Imperial Theatre (NCY - 1947) starring Ethel Merman, Ray Middleton, Warren Berlinger, Kenny Bowers, Harry Bellaver, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan and choreographed by Helen Tamiris. Songs include: "There's No Business Like Show Business," "Doin' What Comes Naturally," "The Girl That I Marry," "You Can't Get A Man With A Gun," "They Say It's Wonderful," "Moonshine Lullaby," "My Defenses Are Down," "Lost In His Arms," "Sun in the Morning," "Anything You Can Do," etc.. 1947
2 Tonight at 8:30 - Book by Noel Coward. Produced by Homer Curran, Russell Lewis and Howard Young at the National Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Gertrude Lawrence, Graham Payn, Philip Tonge, Norah Howard, Valerie Cossart, Sarah Burton, etc. Directed by Noel Coward.. 1948
2 Linden Tree, The - Book by J. B. Priestley. Produced by Maurice Evans Productions, Inc. at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Boris Karloff, Barbara Everest, Una O' Connor, Viola Keats, Cathleen Cordell, Halliwell Hobbes, Jr., Marilyn Erskine, etc. Directed by George Schaefer.. 1948
2 Mister Roberts - Book by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan (Based on the novel by Thomas Heggen). Produced by Leland Hayward at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1948) starring Henry Fonda, David Wayne, Robert Keith, William Harrigan, Harvey Lembeck, Ralph Meeker, Steven Hill, James Sherwood, Jocelyn Brando, Murray Hamilton, Tiger Andrews, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan.. 1948
2 Edward, My Son - "A New Play" by Robert Morley and Noel Langley. Produced by Gilbert Miller and Henry Sherek at the Martin Beck Theatre (NCY - 1949) starring Robert Morley, Adrianne Allen, Ian Hunter, Leueen MacGrath, etc. Directed by Peter Ashmore.. 1949
2 Kiss Me Kate - "A New Musical Comedy" by Sam and Bella Spewack with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Produced by Saint Subber and Lemuel Ayers at the New Century Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Alfred Drake, Patricia Morison, Harold Lang, Lisa Kirk, Jack Diamond, Mark Breaux, etc. Directed by John C. Wilson and choreographed by Hanya Holm. Songs include: "Another O'p'nin, Another Show," "Why Can't You Behave," "Wunderbar," "So in Love," "we Open in Venice," "Tom, Dick or Harry," "I've Come to Wive it Wealthily in Padua," "I Hate Men," "were Thine That Special Face," "Too Darn Hot," "Where is the Life That Late I Led," "Always True to You in My Fashion," "Bianca," "Brush Up Your Shakespeare, " "Kiss Me Kate, " etc.. 1949
2 Light Up the Sky - "A New Comedy" by Moss Hart. Produced by Joseph M. Hyman and Bernard Hart at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Sam Levene, Virginia Field, Glenn Anders, Philip Ober, Audrey Christie, Phyllis Povah, Barry Nelson, Bartlett Robinson, Si Oakland, etc. Directed by Moss Hart.. 1949
2 South Pacific - "The Critics' Award Musical play" by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan (Adapted from James A. Michener's Pulitzer Prize Winning TALES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC) with Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar hammerste4in II in association with Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan) at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Mary Martin, Ezio Pinza, Myron McCormick, Juanita Hall, William Tabbert, Betta St. John, Martin Wolfson, Harvey Stephens, Henry Slate, Archie Savage, Barbara Luna, Richard Loo, etc. Directed by and choreographed by Joshua Logan. Songs include: "A Cockeyed Optimist," "Some Enchanted Evening," "There is Nothing Like a Dame," "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Younger Than Springtime," "Happy Talk," "You've Got to Be Taught," "This Nearly Was Mine," etc.. 1949
2 I Know My Love - "A Play " by S. N. Behrman (Adapted from AUPRES DE MA BLONDE by Marcel Archard). Produced by The Theatre Guild and John C. Wilson at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1949) starring Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Geoffrey Kerr, Betty Caulfield, Mary Fickett, etc. Directed by Alfred Lunt.. 1949
2 Death of a Salesman - "A New Play" by Arthur Miller. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Walter Fried at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Gene Lockhart, Arthur Kennedy, Mildred Dunnock, Howard Smith, Thomas Chalmers, Cameron Mitchell, Alan Hewitt, Constance Ford, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.. 1950
2 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes - "A New Musical Comedy" by Joseph Fields and Anita Loos (Adapted from the Novel by Anita Loos) with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Leo Robin. Produced by Herman Levin and Oliver Smith at the Ziegfeld Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Carol Channing, Yvonne Adiar, Reta Shaw, Rex Evans, Alice Pearce, George S. Irving, Howard Morris, Coles and Atkins, etc. Directed by John C. Wilson and choreographed by Agnes deMille. Songs include: "Bye Bye Baby," "A Little Girl from Little Rock," "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," "Homesick Blues," "Keeping Cool With Coolidge," etc.. 1950
2 Curious Savage, The - "A New Comedy" by John Patrick. Produced by The Theatre Guild and Lewis and Young at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1950) starring Lillian Gish, Marta Linden, Hugh Reilly, Brandon Peters, Isobel Elsom, etc. Directed by Peter Glenville.. 1950
2 Out of This World - "A New Musical " by Dwight Taylor and Reginald Lawrence with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Produced by Saint Subber and Lemuel Ayers at the New Century Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Charlotte Greenwood, William Eythe, Priscilla Gillette, William Redfield, David Burns, Peggy Rea, Barton Mumaw, Maria Karnilova, etc. Directed by Agnes deMille and choreographed by Hanya Holm. Songs include: "Use Your Imagination," "They Couldn't Compare to You," "Cherry Pies Ought to Be You," "I Am Loved," etc.. 1951
2 Call Me Madam - Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Produced by Leland Hayward at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Ethel Merman, Paul Lukas, Russell Nype, Pat Harrington, Alan Hewitt, Lilia Skala, Tommy Rall, Nathanial Frey, etc. Directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "The Hostess With The Mostes' On the Ball," "It's A Lovely Day Today," "The Best Thing For You Would Be Me," "They Like Ike," "Something To Dance About," "You're Just In Love," "Washington Square Dance," etc.. 1951
2 Guys and Dolls - "A Musical Fable of Broadway" by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Produced by Feuer and Martin at the 46th Street Theatre (NCY - 1951) starring Robert Alda, Vivian Blaine, Same Levene, Isabel Bigley, Pat Rooney, Sr., B.S. Pully, Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver, Paul Reed, etc. Directed by George S. Kaufman and choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "The Oldest Established," "A Bushel and a Peck," "Guys and Dolls," "If I We're a Bell," "I've Never Been in Love Before," "Luck Be a Lady Tonight," "Sue Me," "Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat," etc.. 1951
2 Moon is Blue, The - "A New Comedy" by F. Hugh Herbert. Produced by Richard Aldrich and Richard Myers (in association with Julius Fleischmann) at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Donald Cook, Barry Nelson and Ralph Dunn. Directed by Otto Preminger.. 1951
2 Rose Tattoo, The - Book by Tennessee Williams. Produced by Cheryl Crawford at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Maureen Stapleton, Eli Wallach, Salvatore Mineo, Andrew Duggan, etc. Directed by Daniel Mann.. 1951
2 Point of No Return - "A New Play" by Paul Osborn (Based on the novel by John P. Marquand). Produced by Leland Hayward at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Henry Fonda, John Cromwell, Leora Dana, Frank Conroy, Heywood Hale Broun, Frances Bavier, etc. Directed H.C. Potter.. 1951
2 Fourposter, The - Book by Jan de Hartog. Produced by The Playwrights' Company at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn. Directed by Jose Ferrer.. 1951
2 Lo and Behold - "A New Comedy" by John Patrick. Produced by The Theatre Guild , Inc. at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1951) starring Leo G. Carroll, Jeffrey Lynn, Lee Grant, Cloris Leachman, etc. Directed by Burgess Meredith.. 1951
2 I Am a Camera - "A New Play" by John Van Druten (Adapted from The BERLIN STORIES by Christopher Isherwood). Produced by Gertrude Macy in association with Walter Starcke) at eh Empire Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Julie Harris, William Prince, Edward Andrews, etc. Directed by John Van Druten.. 1952
2 New Faces of 1952 - "A New Musical Revue" devised by John Murray Anderson. Produced by Leonard Sillman at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1952) starring Ronny Graham, Robert Clary, Alice Ghostly, Eartha Kitt, Carol Lawrence, Paul Lynde, etc. Directed by John Murray Anderson and choreographed by Richard Barstow. Songs include: "Lucky Pierre," "Guess Who I Saw Today" (Hit recordings for Nancy Wilson and Eydie Gorme, etc.), "Love is a Simple Thing," "Boston Beguine," "Lizzie Bordan," "Monotonous," "I'm in Love With Miss Logan," "Don't Fall Asleep," "Penny Candy," etc.. 1952
2 Dial M for Murder - Book by Frederick Knott. Produced by James P. Sherwood at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1953) starring Maurice Evans, Gusti Huber, Richard Derr, John Williams, Anthony Dawson and Porter Van Zandt. Directed by Reginald Denham.. 1953
2 Picnic - "The Pulitzer Prize-Drama Critics' Award Play" by William Inge. Produced by The Theatre Guild and Joshua Logan at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1953) starring Ralph Meeker, Janice Rule, Eileen Heckart, Arthur O' Connell, Ruth McDevitt, Paul Newman, Peggy Conklin, Reta Shaw, Elizabeth Wilson, etc. Directed by Joshua Logan.. 1953
2 Shrike, The - "The Pulitzer Prize Play" by Joseph Kramm. Produced by The New York City Theatre Company at New York City Center (NYC - 1953) starring Jose Ferrer, Judith Evelyn, Philip Huston, Kendall Clark, etc. Directed by Joseph Kramm and Jose Ferrer.. 1953
2 Seven Year Itch, The - "A Romantic Comedy" by George Axelrod. Produced by Courtney Burr and Elliott Nugent at the Fulton Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring Tom Ewell, Vanessa Brown, Neva Patterson, George Keane, Johnny Klein, etc. Directed by John Gerstad with music by Dana Suesse.. 1954
2 Tea and Sympathy - Book by Robert Anderson. Produced by The Playwrights' Company at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1954) starring Joan Fontaine, Leif Erickson, Anthony Perkins, Florida Friebus, Alan Sues, Dick York, Yale Wexler, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.. 1954
2 Bus Stop - Book by William Inge. Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1955) starring Kim Stanley, Anthony Ross, Elaine Stritch, Albert Salmi, etc. Directed by Harold Clurman.. 1955
2 Hatful of Rain, A - "A New Play" by Michael V. Gazzo. Produced by Jay Julien at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Shelley Winters, Ben Gazzara, Anthony Franciosa, Henry Silva, Harry Guardino, Frank Silvera, etc. Directed by Frank Corsaro.. 1956
2 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? - "A New Comedy" by George Axelrod. Produced by Jule Styne at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Orson Bean, Jayne Mansfield, Martin Gabel, etc. Directed by George Axelrod.. 1956
2 Witness for the Prosecution - "A Murder Mystery" by Agatha Christie. Produced by Gilbert Miller and Peter Saunders at Henry Miller's Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Francis L. Sullivan, Patricia Jessel, Una O' Connor, Robin Craven, Francis Compton, etc. Directed by Robert Lewis.. 1956
2 Girls of Summer - Book by N. Richard Nash. Produced by Cheryl Crawford at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Shelley Winters, Pat Hingle, George Peppard, Arthur Storch, etc. Directed by Jack Garfein.. 1956
2 My Fair Lady - "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (Adapted from Bernard Shaw's PYGMALION. Produced on the screen by Gabriel Pascal) and music by Frederick Loewe. Produced by Herman Levin at the Mark Helllinger Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Rex Harrison, Julie Andrews, Stanley Holloway, Robert Coote, Reid Shelton, Barton Mumaw, etc. Directed by Moss Hart and choreographed by Hanya Holm. . Songs include: "Why Can't the English?," "Wouldn't It Be Loverly". "With a Little Bit of Luck," "The Rain in Spain," "On the Street Where You Live," "Show Me," "I Could Have Danced All Night," "Show Me," "Get Me to the Church on Time," "Without You," "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face," etc.. 1956
2 Damn Yankees - "A New Musical" by George Abbott and Douglas Wallop (Based on the novel THE YEAR THE YANKEES LOST THE PENNANT" by Douglas Wallop) and music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Produced by Frederick Brisson, Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince (in association with Albert B. Taylor) at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1956) starring Gretchen Wyler, Stephen Douglass, Ray Walston, Nathaniel Frey, Eddie Phillips, Bob Dishy, etc., Directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Heart," "A Man Doesn't Know," "Whatever Lola Wants," "Who's Got the Pain?," "Those Were the Good Old Days," "Two Lost Souls," etc.. 1956
2 Girl on the Via Flaminia, The - "A New Play" by Alfred Hayes. Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Circle in the Square (NYC - 1956) starring James Greene, Andy Milligan, Jason Wingreen, Leo Penn, etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.. 1956
2 Threepenny Opera, The - Book and lyrics adapted in English by Marc Blitzstein (Original text by Bert Brecht) with music by Kurt Weill. Produced by Carmen Capalbo and Stanley Chase (in association with Lucille Lortel) at the Theatre de Lys (NYC - 1956) starring Jane Connell, Edward Asner, Jerry Orbach, John Astin, William Duell, etc. Directed by Carmen Capalbo. Songs include: "Morning Anthem, " Pirate Jenny," "Wedding Song," "Jealousy Duet, " "Ballad of Mack the Knife," etc.. 1956
2 Happy Hunting - Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse with music by Harold Karr and lyrics by Matt Dubey. Produced by Jo Mielziner at the Shubert Theatre (Philadelphia, PA - 1957) starring Ethel Merman, Fernando Lamas, Virginia Gibson, Leon Belasco, etc. Directed by Abe Burrows and choreographed by Alex Romero. Songs include: "Mutual Admiration Society," "A New -Fangled Tango," "She's Just Another Girl," "It's Good to Be Here," etc.. 1957
2 Long Day's Journey Into Night - Book by Eugene O' Neill. Produced by Leigh Connell, Theodore Mann and Jose Quintero at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Fredric March, Florence Eldridge, Jason Robards, Jr., Bradford Dillman and Katherine Ross. Directed by Jose Quintero.. 1957
2 Bells Are Ringing - "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green with music by Jule Styne. Produced by The Theatre Guild at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Judy Holliday, Sydney Chaplin, Jean Stapleton, Eddie Lawrence, Frank Aletter, Peter Gennaro, Jack Weston, etc. Directed by Jerome Robbins and choreographed by Jerome Robbins and Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Long Before I Knew You," "Just in Time," "The Party's Over," etc.. 1957
2 Separate Tables - "Two Plays" by Terence Rattigan. Produced by The Producers Theatre (in association with Hecht-Lancaster) at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1957) starring Eric Portman, Geraldine Page, Anne Shoemaker, Laura Pierpont, Beryl Measor, Michael Lipton, etc. Directed by Peter Glenville.. 1957
2 Dark at the Top of the Stairs, The - "A New Play" by William Inge. Produced by Saint Subber and Elia Kazan at the Music Box Theatre (NCY - 1957) starring Teresa Wright, Pat Hingle, Eileen Heckart, Frank Overton, Timmy Everett, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.. 1957
2 Two for the Seesaw - "A New Play" by William Gibson. Produced by Fred Coe at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1958) starring Dana Andrews and Anne Bancroft. Directed by Arthur Penn.. 1958
2 Pleasure of his Company, The - "A Comedy" by Samuel Taylor. Produced by Frederick Brisson and The Playwrights' Company at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1958) starring Cyril Ritchard, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Walter Abel, George Peppard, Dolores Hart, Charlie Ruggles, etc. Directed by Cyril Ritchard.. 1958
2 Plume De Ma Tante, La - "A New Musical " by Robert Dhery with music by Gerard Calvi and lyrics by Ross Parker. Produced by David Merrick and Joseph Kipness (The Jack Hylton Production) at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1958) starring Robert Dhery, Colette Brosset, Pierre Olaf, Pamela Austin, etc. Songs include: "Trapped," "Song of the Swing," "Precision," Frere Jacques," etc.. 1958
2 Destry Rides Again - "A New Musical" by Leonard Gershe with music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Produced by David Merrick (in association with Max Brown) at the Imperial Theatre (NCY - 1959) starring Andy Griffith, Dolores Gray, Scott Brady, Jack Prince, Marc Breaux, Swen Swenson, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include: "Anyone Would Love You," "Once Knew a Fella," "Respectability," etc.. 1959
2 Marriage -Go-Round, The - "A New Play" by Leslie Stevens. Produced by Paul Gregory at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Charles Boyer, Claudette Colbert, Julie Newmar and Edmon Ryan. Directed by Joseph Anthony.. 1959
2 Sweet Bird of Youth - "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams with music by Paul Bowles. Produced by Cheryl Crawford at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Rip Torn, Diana Hyland, Madeleine Sherwood, Logan Ramsey, Bruce Dern, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.. 1959
2 Fiorello - "A New Musical" by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1959) starring Tom Bosley, Patricia Wilson, Ellen Hanley, Howard De Silva, Mark Dawson, Nathaniel Frey, Pat Stanley, Ron Husmann, etc. Directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Songs include: "I Love A Cop," "Gentleman Jimmy," "Little Tin Box," "The Very Next Man," etc.. 1959
3 Music Man, The - "A New Musical Comedy" with book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden (with Herbert Greene in association with Frank Productions, Inc.) at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Eddie Albert, Arlyne Frank, Mort Marshall, Helen Raymond, The Buffalo Bills, Dean Dittmann, Paul Reed, Danny Carroll, etc. Directed by Morton Da Costa and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Trouble," "Goodnight My Someone," "Seventy Six Trombones," "Marian the Librarian," "My White Knight," "Wells Fargo Wagon," "Gary Indiana," "Till There Was You," etc.. 1960
3 Bye Bye Birdie - "A New Musical" by Michael Stewart with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams. Produced by Edward Padula at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Chita Rivera, Dick Van Dyke, Paul Lynde, Dick Gautier, Michael J. Pollard, Susan Watson, Marijane Maricle, Johnny Borden, Kay Medford, Jerry Dodge, Tracy Everitt, Will Jordan, Tony Mordente, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Put On a Happy Face," "One Boy," "A Lot of Living' to Do," "Baby, Talk To Me," "Kids," "Rosie," etc.. 1960
3 Toys in the Attic - "A New Play" by Lillian Hellman. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden at the Hudson Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Jason Robards, Jr. , Maureen Stapleton, Irene Worth, Anne Revere, etc. Directed by Arthur Penn.. 1960
3 Five Finger Exercise - "A New Play" by Peter Shaffer. Produced by Frederick Brisson and The Playwrights' Company at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Judith Evelyn, Roland Culver, Michael Bryant, Pinkie Johnstone and Brian Bedford. Directed by John Gielgud.. 1960
3 Gypsy - "A New Musical" by Arthur Laurents (Suggested by the Memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee) with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by David Merrick and Leland Hayward at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1960) starring Ethel Merman, Jack Klugman, Julienne Marie, Maria Karnilova, June Squibb, Marilyn Cooper, Joe Silver, etc. Directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "Some People," "Small World," "You'll Never Get Away From Me," "All I Need is the Girl," "Everything's Coming Up Roses," "Together, Wherever We Go," "You Gotta Have a Gimmick," "Let Me Entertain You," "Rose's Turn," etc.. 1960
3 Gideon - "A New Play" by Paddy Chayefsky. Produced by Fed Coe and Arthur Cantor at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1961) starring Fredric March, Douglas Campbell, Victor Kilian, George Segal, Alan Bergmann, etc. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie.. 1961
3 How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying - "Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Produced by Feuer and Martin (in association with Frank Productions, Inc.) at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Robert Morse, Rudy Vallee, Virginia Martin, Charles Nelson Reilly, Sammy Smith, Paul Reed, Lanier Davis, Tracy Everitt, etc. Directed by Abe Burrows and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "The Company Way," "A Secretary is Not a Toy," "Been a Long Day," "Grand Old Ivy," "I Believe in You," "Brotherhood of Man," etc.. 1962
3 Subways Are For Sleeping - "The New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green and music by Jule Styne. Produced by David Merrick at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Sydney Chaplin, Carol Lawrence, Orson Bean, Phyllis Newman, Michael Bennett, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Kidd with Marc Breaux. Songs include: "Girls Like Me," "Who Knows What Might Have Been," "Be A Santa," "Comes Once in a Lifetime," "What is This Feeling in the Air?," "I'm Just Taking My Time," etc.. 1962
3 Night of the Iguana, The - "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams. Produced by Charles Bowden at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Bette Davis, Margaret Leighton, Patrick O' Neal, Christopher Jones, James Farantino, Bruce Glover, Alan Webb, etc. Directed by Frank Corsaro.. 1962
3 Come Blow Your Horn - "A Comedy" by Neil Simon. Produced by William Hammerstein and Michael Ellis at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Hal March, Pet Kelton, Joel Grey, Natalie Ross, Arlene Golonka, Lou Jacobi etc. Directed by Stanley Prager.. 1962
3 I Can Get It For You Wholesale - "A Musical Play" by Jerome Weidman (Based on his novel) with music and lyrics by Harold Rome. Produced by David Merrick at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Lillian Roth, Jack Kruschen, Harold Lang, Bambi Linn, Barbara Streisand, Marilyn Cooper, Elliot Gould, Sheree North, William Reilly, etc. Directed by Arthur Laurents and choreographed by Herbert Ross. Songs include: "Miss Marmelstein," "Ballad of the Garment Trade," "Eat a Little Something," etc.. 1962
3 Thousand Clowns, A - "A New Comedy" by Herb Gardner. Produced by Fred Coe and Arthur Cantor at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Jason Robards, Jr., Sandy Dennis, Barry Gordon, A. Larry Haines, William Daniels, and Gene Saks. Directed by Fred Coe.. 1962
3 No Strings - "A New Musical" by Samuel Taylor with music and lyrics by Richard Rodgers. Produced by Richard Rodgers (in association with Samuel Taylor) at the 54th Street Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Richard Kiley, Diahann Carroll, Noelle Adam, Bernice Massi, Don Chastain, etc. Directed and choreographed by Joe Layton. Songs include: "The Sweetest Sounds," "How Sad," "The Man Who Has Everything," "Love Makes the World Go," "Maine," "No Strings," etc.. 1962
3 Milk and Honey - "A New Musical" by Don Appell with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Gerard Oestreicher at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Molly Picon, Robert Weede, Mimi Benzell, Judith Haskell, Tommy Rall, etc. Directed by Albert Marre and choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "Milk and Honey," "Shalom," "Chin Up, Ladies," "That Was Yesterday," "There's No Reason in the World," etc.. 1962
3 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Book by Edward Albee. Produced by Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder at the Billy Rose Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Uta Hagen, Arthur Hill, George Grizzard, Melinda Dillon, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.. 1962
3 Tchin-Tchin - Book by Sidney Michaels (Based on the play by Francois Billetdoux). Produced by David Merrick at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1962) starring Anthony Quinn, Margaret Leighton, Charles Grodin, Jean Barker and Sandy Baron. Directed by Peter Glenville.. 1962
3 Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore, The - "A New Play" by Tennessee Williams with music by Paul Bowles. Produced by Roger L. Stevens at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Hermione Baddeley, Mildred Dunnock, Paul Roebling, Ann Williams, etc. Directed by Herbert Machiz.. 1963
3 Little Me - "The New Musical Comedy" with book by Neil Simon (Based on a novel by Patrick Dennis) with music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Produced by Feuer and Martin at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Sid Caesar, Virginia Martin, Nancy Andrews, Joey Faye, Swen Swenson, Mickey Deems, Mort Marshall, etc. Directed by Cy Feuer and Bob Fosse and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Deep Down Inside," "Be a Performer," "I've Got Your Number," "Real Live Girl," "Poor Little Hollywood Star," "Little Me," Here's to Us," "Goodbye," etc.. 1963
3 Pinter Plays, The - "Two New Plays" (THE DUMBWAITER and THE COLLECTION) by Harold Pinter. Produced by Caroline Swann at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring John C. Becher, James Patterson, Dolores Dorn, James Ray, Henderson Forsythe and Ronald Weyand. Directed by Alan Schneider.. 1963
3 Premise, The - An improvisation produced and directed by Theodore J. Flicker at the Instant Theatre Café (NYC - 1963) starring Thomas Aldredge, Joan Darling, Buck henry, James Frawley and George Segal.. 1963
3 Desire Under the Elms - Book by Eugene O' Neill. Produced by Theodore Mann and Jose Quintero at the Circle in the Square (NYC - 1963) starring Colleen Dewhurst, Carl Low, Alan Mixon, Loue Frizzell, etc. Directed by Jose Quintero.. 1963
3 Boys From Syracuse, The - Book by George Abbott with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Produced by Richard York at Theatre Four (NYC - 1963) starring Danny Carroll, Cathryn Damon, Jay Stuart, Isabelle Farrell, etc. Directed by Christopher Hewett and choreographed by Bob Herget. Songs include: "Dear Old Syracuse," "Falling in Love With Love," "The Shortest Day of the Year," "This Can't Be Love," etc.. 1963
3 Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, A - "A Musical Comedy Based on the Plays of Plautus" by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Harold Prince at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1963) starring Zero Mostel, Jack Gilford, David Burns, Ruth Kobart, Ronald Holgate, Eddie Phillips, Raymond Walburn, John Carradine, etc. Directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "Comedy Tonight," "Love is in the Air', "Everybody Ought to Have a Maid," "Echo Song," etc.. 1963
3 Cages - Book by Lewis John Carlino. Produced by Judith Rutherford Marechal at the York Playhouse (NYC - 1964) starring Shelley Winters and Jack Warden. Directed by Howard Da Silva.. 1964
3 Café Crown - "The New Musical Comedy" by Hy Kraft with Music by Albert Hague and lyrics by Marty Brill. Produced by Philip Rose and Swanlee at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Sam Levene, Theodore Bikel, Tommy Rall, Brenda Lewis, Alan Alda, Robert Penn, etc. Directed by Jerome Eskow and choreographed by Ronald Field. Songs include: "What's the Matter with Buffalo?," "All Those Years," "Make the Most of Spring," "Magical Things in Life," etc.. 1964
3 After the Fall - Book by Arthur Miller with music by David Amran. Produced by the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1964) starring Jason Robards, Jr., Zohra Lampert, Faye Dunaway, Barbara Loden, Ralph Meeker, Ruth Attaway, David Wayne, Hal Holbrook, James Greene, Barry Primus, etc. Directed by Elia Kazan.. 1964
3 Ballad of the Sad Café, The - Book by Edward Albee (Adapted from the text of Carson McCullers). Produced by Lewis Allen and Ben Edwards at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Colleen Dewhurst, William Prince, Roscoe Lee Browne, Enid Markey, Michael Dunn, etc. Directed by Allan Schneider.. 1964
3 Nobody Loves an Albatross - "A New Comedy" by Ronald Alexander. Produced by Philip Rose and Elliot Martin at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Robert Preston, Carol Rossen, Marian Winters, Phil Leeds, Frank Campanella, Barnard Hughes, Richard Mulligan, Leon Janney, Constance Ford, etc. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1964
3 Hello, Dolly! - "The New Musical Comedy" by Michael Stewart (Suggested by Thornton Wilder's THE MATCHMAKER) with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by David Merrick at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Carol Channing, David Burns, Eileen Brennan, Jerry Dodge, Mary Jo Catlett, Charles Nelson Reilly, Sondra Lee, David Hartman, Jo Anne Worley, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "It Takes a Woman," "Put On Your Sunday Clothes," "Dancing," "Before The Parade Passes By," "Elegance," "Hello, Dolly," It Only Takes a Moment," "So Long Dearie," etc.. 1964
3 Funny Girl - "A New Musical" by Isobel Lennert with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Bob Merrill. Produced by Ray Stark at the Winter Garden (NYC - 1964) starring Barbra Streisand, Sydney Chaplin, Danny Meehan, Paula Lawrence, Kay Medford, Laine Kazan, etc. Directed by Garson Kanin and choreographed by Carol Haney and supervised by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "People," "You Are Woman," "Cornet Man," "I'm The Greatest Star," "Who Taught Her Everything?," "Don't Rain on My Parade," "The Music That Makes Me Dance," etc.. 1964
3 Fade Out-Fade In - "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green and music by Jule Styne. Produced by Lester Osterman and Jule Styne at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Carol Burnett, Jack Cassidy, Dick Patterson, Tiger Haynes, Lou Jacobi, Don Crichton, etc. Directed by George Abbott and choreographed by Ernest Flatt. Songs include: "The Usher from the Mezzanine," "You Musn't Be Discouraged," "Fade Out - Fade In," etc.. 1964
3 Oh What a Lovely War - Produced by David Merrick and Gerry Raffles at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1964) starring Victor Spinetti, Barbara Windsor, Murray Melvin, Brian Murphy, Reid Shelton, etc. Directed by Joan Littlewood and choreographed by Bob Stephenson. Songs include: "Row, Row, Row," "Belgium Put the Kibosh on the Kaiser," "Pack Up Your Troubles," "Roses of Picardy," "When This Lousy War is Over," "Keep the Home Fires Burning," etc.. 1964
3 Knack, The - Book by Ann Jellicoe. Produced by The Establishment Theater Company, Inc. at the New Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Carol Booth, Skip Hinnant, Gerome Ragni and Paul Savior. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1965
3 Subject Was Roses, The - "A New Play" by Frank D. Gilroy. Produced by Edgar Lansbury at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Jack Albertson, Irene Dailey and Martin Sheen. Directed by Ulu Grosbard.. 1965
3 High Spirits - "An Improbable Musical Comedy" (Based on BLITHE SPIRITS by Noel Coward) with book, music and lyrics by Hugh Martin ad Timothy Gray. Produced at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1965) starring Beatrice Lillie, John Michael King, Ann Mitchell, Carol Arthur, etc. Directed by Franklin Lacey and choreographed by Al Lanti. Songs include: "Where Is the Man I Married?', "Home Sweet Heaven," "Faster Than Sound," etc.. 1965
3 Golden Boy - "The New Musical" by Clifford Odets and William Gibson (Based on Mr. Odets' play) with Music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams. Produced by Hillard Elkins at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Sammy Davis, Paula Wayne, Kenneth Tobey, Louis Gossett, Johnny Brown, Lola Falana, Robert Guillaume, etc. Directed by Arthur Penn and choreographed by Donald McKayle. Songs include: "Night Song," "This Is the Life," "I Want to Be With You," "Can't You See It," etc.. 1965
3 Luv - "A New Comedy" by Murray Schisgal with music by Irving Joseph. Produced by Claire Nichtern at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson and Gabriel Dell. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1965
3 Everybody Loves Opal - Book by John Patrick. Produced at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1965) starring Martha Raye, Lew Prentiss, Art Kassul, etc. Directed by Vernon Schwartz.. 1965
3 Cactus Flower - "A Comedy" by Abe Burrows. Produced by David Merrick at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Lauren Bacall, Barry Nelson, Brenda Vaccaro, Robert Moore, etc. Directed by Abe Burrows.. 1965
3 Inadmissible Evidence - Book by John Osborne. Produced by the David Merrick Arts Foundation at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Nicol Williamson, Peter Sallis, James Patterson, Madeleine Sherwood, etc. Directed by Anthony Page.. 1965
3 Odd Couple, The - "New Comedy" by Neil Simon. Produced by Saint Subber at the Plymouth Playhouse (NYC - 1965) starring Eddie Bracken, Jack Klugman, Nathaniel Frey, Carole Shelley, Monica Evans, John Fiedler, etc. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1965
3 Fiddler on the Roof - A New Musical (Based on Sholom Aleichem's stories) by Joseph Stein with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Harold Prince at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova, Beatrice Arthur, Austin Pendleton, Bert Convy, Pia Zadora, Leonard Frey, Ken LeRoy, etc. Directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "Tradition," "If I Were A Rich Man," "Matchmaker, Matchmaker," "To Life," "Sunrise, Sunset," "Do You Love Me?," etc.. 1965
3 Man of La Mancha - "A New Musical Play" by Dale Wasserman with music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion. Produced by Albert W. Selden and Hal James at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre (NYC - 1965) starring Richard Kiley, Irving Jacobson, Ray Middleton, Robert Rounseville, Joan Diener, etc. Directed by Albert Marre and choreographed by Jack Cole. Songs include: "I, Don Quixote," "Dulcinea," "I'm Only Thinking of Him," "Little Bird, Little Bird," "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)". "A Little Gossip," etc.. 1965
3 Impossible Years, The - "A New Comedy" by Bob Fisher and Arthur Marx. Produced by David Black and Walter A. Hyman at The Playhouse (NYC - 1966) starring Alan King, Janet Ward, Bert Convy, Neva Small, Jane Elliot, etc. Directed by Arthur Storch.. 1966
3 Mame - Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (Based on the novel by Patrick Dennis and the play AUNTIE MAME by Lawrence and Lee) with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Fryer, Carr and Harris at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Angela Lansbury, Beatrice Arthur, Jane Connell, Willard Waterman, George Coe, Frankie Michaels, etc. Directed by Gene Saks and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "It's Today," "Open a New Window," "My Best Girl," "We Need a Little Christmas," "Mame," "Bosom Buddies," "If He Walked Into My Life," "That's How Young I Feel," etc.. 1966
3 Dinner at Eight - Book by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber with original music by Mark Lawrence. Produced by Elliot Martin, Lester Osterman, Alan King and Walter A. Hyman, Ltd. at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Robert Burr, Mindy Carson, Ruth Ford, Arlene Francis, June Havoc, Jeffrey Lynn, Darren McGavin, Walter Pidgeon, Pamela Tiffin, Blanche Yurka, Phil Leeds, etc. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie.. 1966
3 Killing of Sister George, The - "A New Comedy" by Frank Marcus. Produced by Helen Bonfils and Morton Gottlieb at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Beryl Reid, Eileen Atkins, Lally Bowers and Polly Rowles. Directed by Val May.. 1966
3 Sweet Charity - "A New Musical Comedy" by Neil Simon (Based upon an original screenplay by Federico Fellini, Tullio Pinelli and Ennio Flaiano) with music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Produced by Fryer, Carr and Harris at the Palace Theatre (NYC - 1966) starring Gwen Verdon, John McMartin, Arnold Soboloff, Ruth Buzzi, Barbara Sharma, Helen Gallagher, etc. Directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Big Spender," "Rich Man's Frug," "If My Friends Could See Me Now," "Too Many Tomorrows," "There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This," "Rhythm of Life," "Baby Dream Your Dream," "Where Am I Going," "I'm a Brass Band," "I Love to Cry at Weddings," etc.. 1966
4 Black Comedy/White Lies - Book by Peter Shaffer. Produced by Alexander Cohen at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Geraldine Page, Michael Crawford, Lynn Redgrave, Donald Madden, Peter Bull, Camila Ashland and Pierre Epstein. Directed by John Dexter.. 1967
4 You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running - "New Plays" by Robert Anderson. Produced by Jack Farren and Gilbert Cates at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Martin Balsam, Eileen Heckart, George Grizzard, Joe Silver and Melinda Dillon. Directed by Alan Schneider.. 1967
4 Homecoming, The - Book by Harold Pinter. Produced by Alexander Cohen and The Royal Shakespeare Company at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Michael Craig, Lynn Farleigh, Michael Jayston, Terence Rigby, etc. Directed by Peter Hall.. 1967
4 Daphne in Cottage D - "A New Play" by Stephen Levi. Produced by Robert Leder and Michael Productions at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Sandy Dennis and William Daniels. Directed by Martin Fried.. 1967
4 How Now Dow Jones - "A New Musical Comedy" by Max Shulman with music by Elmer Bernstein and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Produced by David Merrick at the Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Anthony Roberts, Marlyn Mason, Brenda Vaccaro, George Coe, Sammy Smith, Madeline Kahn, Hiram Sherman, etc. Directed by Arthur Penn and choreographed by Gillian Lynne. Songs include: "Step to the Rear," "The Pleasure is About to Be Mine," "Wall Street Hoedown," "They Don't Make 'em Like That Anymore," etc.. 1967
4 Birthday Party, The - Book by Harold Pinter. Produced by Haila Stoddard, Mark Wright and Leonard S. Field at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Ruth White, Henderson Forsythe, James Patterson, Ed Flanders, Edward Winter, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.. 1967
4 Everything in the Garden - Book (From the play by Giles Cooper) by Edward Albee. Produced by Ricahrd Barr and Clinton Wilder at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1967) starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Barry Nelson, Beatrice Straight, Robert Moore, M'el Dowd, Richard Thomas, etc. Directed by Peter Glenville.. 1967
4 Little Foxes, The - Book by Lillian Hellman. Produced by Saint-Subber and Katzke-Berne Productions at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Margaret Leighton, E. G. Marshall, Geraldine Chaplin, Scott McKay, Richard Dysart, Austin Pendleton, Beah Richards, Liam Sullivan, etc. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1968
4 Price, The - Book by Arthur Miller. Produced by Robert Whitehead (in association with Robert W. Dowling) at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Pat Hingle, Kate Reid, Arthur Kennedy and Harold Gary. Directed by Ulu Grosbard.. 1968
4 Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The - "A New Play" by Jay Allen (adapted from the Novel by Murial Spark). Produced by Robert Whitehead (in association with Robert W. Dowling) at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Zoe Caldwell, Lennox Milne, Roy Cooper, Diana Davila, Catherine Burns, Douglas Watson, etc. Directed by Michael Langham.. 1968
4 Day in the Death of Joe Egg, A - "A New Comedy" by Peter Nichols. Produced by Joseph Cates and Henry Fownes at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Albert Finney, Zena Walker, John Carson, Elizabeth Hubbard, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore.. 1968
4 Happy Time, The - "A New Musical" by N. Richard Nash (Based upon the Play by Samuel A. Taylor and the Book by Robert L. Fontaine) with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by David Merrick at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Robert Goulet, David Wayne, George S. Irving, Charles Durning, Mike Rupert, June Squibb, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "The Happy Time," "I Don't Remember You," "Among My Yesterdays," etc.. 1968
4 Hair - "The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical" with book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado and music by Galt McDermott. Produced by Michael Butler at the Biltmore Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Ronald Dyson, Sally Eaton, Diane Keaton, Lynn Kellogg, Melba Moore, Shelly Plimpton, James Rado, Gerome Ragni, etc. Directed Tom O' Horgan and choreographed by Julie Arenal. Songs include: "Hair," "Aquarius," "I Believe in Love," "I Got Life," "Easy to Be Hard," "Frank Mills," "What a Piece of Work is Man', "Good Morning Starshine". Let the Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures)," etc.. 1968
4 Plaza Suite - "A New Comedy" by Neil Simon. Produced by Saint-Subber at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring George C. Scott, Maureen Stapleton, Claudette Nevins, Bob Balaban and Jose Ocasio. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1968
4 Andy Williams Show, The - Produced at the Garden State Arts Center (Fort Lee, NJ - 1968) starring Andy Williams, Peter Nero and The Osmond Brothers.. 1968
4 Man in the Glass Booth, The - "A Play" by Robert Shaw. Produced by Glasshouse Productions at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Donald Pleasance, Lawrence Pressman, Tresa Hughes, F. Murray Abraham, John Coe, Michael Glaser, Abe Vigoda, etc. Directed by Harold Pinter.. 1968
4 Boys in the Band, The - Book by Mart Crowley. Produced by Richard Barr and Charles Woodward, Jr. at Theatre Four (NYC - 1968) starring Tom Aldredge, Frederick Combs, Leonard Frey, Reuben Greene, Robert La Tourneaux, Laurence Luckinbill, etc. Directed by Robert Moore.. 1968
4 Zorba - "A Musical" by Joseph Stein with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by Harold Prince (in association with Ruth Mitchell) at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Herschel Bernardi, Maria Karnilova, John Cunningham, Carmen Alvarez, Lorraine Serabian, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Ronald Field. Songs include: "Life Is," "For the First Time," "No Boom Boom," "Only Love," "Bells," "Y' assu," "Why Can't I Speak," etc.. 1968
4 Golden Rainbow - "A New Musical Comedy" by Ernest Kinoy (Based on a Play by Arnold Schulman) with music and lyrics by Walter Marks. Produced by Joseph P. Harris and Ira Bernstein at the George Abbott Theatre (NYC - 1968) starring Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Sid Raymond, Marilyn Cooper, Scott Jacoby, etc. Directed by Arthur Storch and choreographed by Tom Panko. Songs include: "We Got Us," "I've Gotta Be Me," "Desert Moon," etc.. 1968
4 Forty Carats - "A New Comedy" by Jay Allen (Adapted from a play by Barillet and Gredy). Produced by David Merrick at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Julie Harris, Glenda Farrell, Marco St. John, Nancy Marchand, Gretchen Corbett, Murray Hamilton, etc. Directed by Abe Burrows.. 1969
4 Great White Hope, The - "A New Play" by Howard Sackler. Produced by Herman Levin at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring James Earl Jones, Jane Alexander, Hilda Haynes, Hector Elizondo, Gil Rogers, Max Wright, etc. Directed by Edwin Sherin.. 1969
4 Promises, Promises - "A New Musical" by Neil Simon (Based on the Screenplay THE APARTMENT by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond) with music by Burt Bacharach and lyrics by Hal David. Produced by David Merrick at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Jerry Orbach, Jill O' Hara, Paul Reed, Dick O' Neill, Marian Mercer, Donna McKechnie, A. Larry Haines, etc. Directed by Robert Moore and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "You'll Think of Someone," "She Likes Basketball," "Knowing When to Leave," "Half As Big As Life," "Turkey Lurkey Time," "I'll Never Fall in Love Again," "Promises, Promises," etc.. 1969
4 Scuba Duba - Book by Bruce Jay Friedman. Produced by Robert Ludlam at the Playhouse on the Mall (Paramus, NJ - 1969) starring Dick Shawn, Judi West, Morgan Freeman, Herve Villechaize, Jennifer Warren, etc. Directed by Tom Bissinger.. 1969
4 Front Page, The - Book by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Produced by Jay H. Fuchs, Jerry Schlossberg with Albert Zuckerman (in association with Rolan Mattson) at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1969) starring Robert Ryan, Peggy Cass, Bert Convy, Dody Goodman, Conrad Janis, John McGiver, Val Avery, James Flavin, Walter Flanagan, Molly Picon, etc., Directed by Harold J. Kennedy.. 1969
4 Butterflies are Free - "A New Comedy" by Leonard Gershe. Produced by Arthur Whitelaw, Max Brown and Byron Goldman at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Keir Dullea, Eileen Heckart, Blythe Danner and Michael Glaser. Directed by Milton Katselas.. 1970
4 Coco - "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner and music by Andre Previn. Produced by Frederick Brisson at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Katharine Hepburn, George Rose, David Holliday, Rene Auberjonois, etc. Directed by Michael Benthall and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "The Money Rings Out Like Freedom," "The World Belongs to the Young," "Coco," "Ohrbach's, Bloomingdale's, Best and Saks," etc.. 1970
4 Child's Play - Book by Robert Marasco. Produced by David Merrick at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Pat Hingle, Fritz Weaver, Ken Howard, etc. Directed by Joseph Hardy.. 1970
4 Last of the Red Hot Lovers - "A New Comedy" by Neil Simon. Produced by Saint-Subber at the Eugen O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring James Coco, Linda Lavin, Marcia Rodd and Doris Roberts. Directed by Robert Moore.. 1970
4 Charlie Girl - Book by Hugh and Margaret Williams with Ray Cooney with music and lyrics by David Heneker and John Taylor. Produced by Harold Fielding at the Adelphi Theatre (London - 1970) starring Anna Neagle, Gerry Marsden, Derek Nimmo, Patricia Burke, etc. Directed by Wallace Douglas and choreographed by Alfred Rodrigues. Songs include: " "The Most Ancestral Home of All," "Charlie Girl," "Let's Do a Deal," "What's the Magic," "Fish and Chips," etc.. 1970
4 Battle of Shrivings, The - "A New Play" by Peter Shaffer. Produced by H.M. Tennent, LTD. And David Merrick at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1970) starring John Gielgud, Patrick Magee, Wendy Hiller, Dorothy Lyman, etc. Directed by Peter Hall.. 1970
4 Who Killed Santa Claus - Book by Terence Feely. Produced by Bill Freedman and Alexander H. Cohen LTD. at the Piccadilly Theatre (London - 1970) starring Honor Blackman, Maurice Kaufmann, Noel Davis, Martha Henry, Edwin Richfield, etc. Directed by Nicholas Barter.. 1970
4 Danny LaRue at the Palace - "An Adult Entertainment" by Barry Cryer and Dick Vosburgh with music by Bill Solly and special material by Bryan Blackburn. Produced by Bernard Delfont and Emile Littler (in association with Tom Arnold Productions LTD) at the Palace Theatre (London- 1970) starring Danny LaRue, Roy Hudd, The Black Theatre of Prague, Toni Palmer, etc. Directed by Freddie Carpenter and choreographed by Lionel Blair.. 1970
4 Borstal Boy - Book by Frank McMahon (from the work of Brendan Behan). Produced by Michael McAloney and Burton C. Kaiser (in association with the Abbey Theatre of Dublin) at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Niall Toibin, Frank Grimes, Bruce Heighley, etc. Directed by Tomas MacAnna.. 1970
4 Applause - Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (Based on the film ALL ABOUT EVE and the original story by Mary Orr) with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams. Produced by Joseph Kipness and Lawrence Kasha (in association with Nederlander Productions and George M. Steinbrenner III) at the Palace Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Lauren Bacall, Len Cariou, Robert Manden, Lee Roy Remas, Bonnie Franklin, Penny Fuller, etc. Directed and choreographed by Ron Field. Songs include "Applause," "Who's That Girl?," "Welcome To The Theatre," "Good Friends," etc.. 1970
4 Conduct Unbecoming - Book by Barry England. Produced by Donald Albery and Roger L,. Stevens at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Paul Jones, Jeremy Clyde, Michael Barrington, Donald Pickering, Elizabeth Shepherd, etc. Directed by Val May.. 1970
4 Company - "A Musical Comedy" by George Furth with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Harold Prince (in association with Ruth Mitchell) at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Larry Kert, Barbara Barrie, George Coe, Charles Kimbrough, Donna McKechnie, Beth Howland, Elaine Stritch, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "The Little Things You Do Together," "You Could Drive A Person Crazy," "Another Hundred People," "Side by Side by Side," "The Ladies Who Lunch," "Barcelona," "Being Alive," etc.. 1970
4 Rothschilds, The - "A Musical" by Sherman Yellen (Based on THE ROTHSCHILDS by Frederic Morton) with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Lester Osterman at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Hal Linden, Paul Hecht, Keene Curtis, Jill Clayburgh, Chris Sarandon, David Garfield, Robby Benson, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Kidd. Songs include; "Pleasure and Privilege," "He Tossed a Coin," "Rothschild and Sons," "Sons," "Give England Strength," "In My Own Lifetime," "I'm in Love! "I'm in Love," etc.. 1970
4 Bob and Ray: The Two and Only - Produced by Joseph I. and Johnna Levine (in association with Hy Saporta ) at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding. Directed by Joseph Hardy.. 1970
4 Gingerbread Lady, The - "A New Play" by Neil Simon. Produced by Saint-Subber at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1970) starring Maureen Stapleton, Betsy von Furstenberg, Michael Lombard, Charles Siebert, Ayn Ruymen and Alex Colon. Directed by Robert Moore.. 1970
4 Sleuth - "A New Thriller" by Anthony Shaffer. Produced by Helen Bonfils, Morton Gottlieb and Michael White at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Anthony Quayle, Keith Baxter, Philip Farrar, Harold K. Newman and Roger Purnell. Directed by Clifford Williams.. 1971
4 Midsummer Night's Dream, A - Book by William Shakespeare. Produced by the David Merrick Arts Foundation and The Royal Shakespeare Company at the Billy Rose Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Alan Howard, John Kane, David Waller, Terence Taplin, Ben Kingsley, Patrick Stewart, etc. Directed by Peter Brook.. 1971
4 Kean - Book by Jean-Paul Sartre (Adapted from the play by Alexandre Dumas). Produced by Bernard Delfont at the Globe Theatre (London - 1971) starring Alan Badel. Directed by Frank Hauser.. 1971
4 Captain of Kopenick, The - Book by Carl Zuckmeyer (adapted by John Mortimer). Produced at the National Theatre (London - 1971) starring Paul Scofield, Jim Dale, John Moffat, etc. Directed by Frank Dunlop.. 1971
4 How the Other Half Loves - Book by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced by Peter Bridge and Eddie Kukukundis at the Lyric Theatre (London - 1971) starring Robert Morley, Heather Sears, Jan Holden, Donald Burton, etc. Directed by Robin Midgely.. 1971
4 Captain Brassbound's Conversion - "An Adventure" by Bernard Shaw. Produced by H.M. Tennent LTD at the Cambridge Theatre (London - 1971) starring Ingrid Bergman, Joss Ackland, John Robinson, James Gibson, Kenneth Williams, etc. Directed by Frith Banbury.. 1971
4 Odd Couple, The - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by the Watford Civic Theatre Trust, LTD at the Watford Palace Theatre (Watford, England - 1971) starring Ivan Beavis, Frank Jarvis, Carolyn Moody, Margot Leicester, etc. Directed by Mick Rodger.. 1971
4 70, Girls, 70 - Book by Fred Ebb and Norman L. Martin with music by John Kander and Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by Arthur Whitelaw (in association with Seth Harrison) at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Mildred Natwick, Hans Conried, Lillian Roth, Lillian Hayman, Gil Lamb, Joey Faye, etc. Directed by Paul Aaron and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "Old Folks," "Broadway My Street," "Coffee in a Cardboard Cup," "Boom Ditty Boom," "Believe," "The Elephant Song," etc.. 1971
4 School for Wives, The - "A New English Verse Translation of Moliere" by Richard Wilbur. Produced by the Phoenix Theatre at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Brian Bedford, Joan van Ark, David Dukes, James Greene, Peggy Pope, etc. Directed by Stephen Porter.. 1971
4 Philanthropist, The - "A Comedy" by Christopher Hampton. Produced by David Merrick (in association with Byron Goldman) at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Alec McGowen, Jane Asher, Victor Spinetti, Ed Zimmerman, etc. Directed by Robert Kidd.. 1971
4 House of Blue Leaves, The - "A Comedy" by John Guere. Produced by Warren Lyons and Betty Ann Besch at the Truck and Warehouse Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Anne Meara, Harold Gould, Margaret Linn, Katherine Helmond, etc. Directed by Mel Shapiro.. 1971
5 Burt Bacharach in Concert - Produced at the Garden State Arts Center (Fort Lee, NJ - 1971) starring Burt Bacharach and The Orange Colored Sky.. 1971
5 Follies - "A New Musical" by James Golden with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Harold Prince (in association with Ruth Mitchell) at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Alexis Smith, Gene Nelson, Dorothy Collins, John McMartin, Yvonne De Carlo, Fifi D'Orsay, Mary McCarty, Ethel Shutta, Arnold Moss, Terry Saunders, Dick Latessa, Marti Rolph, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and Michael Bennett and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "Beautiful Girls," "Broadway Baby," "I'm Still Here," "Too Many Mornings," "Losing My Mind," etc.. 1971
5 No , No, Nanette - "The New 1925 Musical" by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel with music by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach. Produced by Pyxidium LTD at the 46th Street Theatre (NCY - 1971) starring Ruby Keeler, Bobby Van, Helen Gallagher, Susan Watson, Patsy Kelly, etc. Directed by Burt Shevelove, supervised by Busby Berkeley and choreographed by Donald Saddler. Songs include: "Too Many Rings Around Rosie," "I Want to Be Happy," "No, No Nanette," "Peach on the Beach," "Tea for Two," "Telephone Girlie," "Where-Has-My-Hubby Gone Blues," "Take A Little One Step," "I've Confessed to the Breeze," "You Can Dance With Any Girl," "The Deep Blue Sea," "Pay Day Pauline," etc.. 1971
5 Lenny - "A Play" by Julian Barry (Based on the life and words of Lenny Bruce). Produced by Jules Fisher, Marvin Worth and Michael Butler at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Cliff Gorman, Erica Yohn, Jane House, Joe Silver, etc. Directed by Tom O' Horgan.. 1971
5 Oh! Calcutta! - "A Musical Entertainment" devised by Kenneth Tynan. Produced by Hillard Elkins T the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Raina Barrett, Gary Rethmeier, Mel Austin, Eddie Phillips, etc. Directed by Jacques Levy and choreographed by Margo Sappington. Songs include: "Taking Off the Robe," "Suite for Five Letters," "You and I," "Delicious Indignities," etc.. 1971
5 Unlikely Heroes: 3 Philip Roth Stories - Book by Philip Roth (adapted by Larry Arrick). Produced by Robert L. Livingston at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Lou Jacobi, Michael Tolan, David Ackroyd, Anna Berger, Josh Mostel, Lucille Patton, Lee Wallace, etc. Directed by Larry Arrick.. 1971
5 Twigs - "A New Comedy" by George Furth. Produced by Frederick Brisson (in association with Plum Productions, Inc.) at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Sada Thompson, Simon Oakland, Robert Donley, Nicolas Coster, Conrad Bain. A. Larry Haines, etc. Directed by Michael Bennett.. 1971
5 Old Times - Book by Harold Pinter. Produced by Roger L. Stevens (in association with The Royal Shakespeare Company at the Billy Rose Theatre (NYC - 1971) starring Robert Shaw, Rosemary Harris and Mary Ure. Directed by Peter Hall.. 1971
5 Fun City - "A New Comedy" by Lester Colodny, Joan Rivers and Edgar Rosenberg. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Rocky H. Aoki at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1971) staring Joan Rivers, Gabriel Dell, Rose Marie, Louis Zorich, Paul Ford, etc. Directed by Jerry Adler.. 1971
5 Wise Child - "A Play" by Simon Gray. Produced by Paul Alter at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Donald Pleasance, George Rose, Bud Cort and Lauren Jones. Directed by James Hammerstein.. 1972
5 Two Gentlemen of Verona - Book by John Guare and Mel Shapiro (adapted from the play by William Shakespeare) with music by Galt MacDermot and lyrics by John Guare. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Clifton Davis, Raul Julia, Diana Davila, Jonelle Allen, Jose Perez, John Bottoms, etc. Directed by Mel Shapiro and choreographed by Jean Erdman.. 1972
5 To Live Another Summer, To Pass Another Winter - "A New Musical Entertainment" by Hayim Hefer with music by Dov Seltzer. Produced by Leonard Soloway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Rivka Raz, Aric Lavie, Yona Atari, etc. Directed and choreographed by Jonaton Karmon. Songs include: "Son of man," "The Boy with the Fiddle," "Can You Hear My Voice?" "Better Days," etc.. 1972
5 Moonchildren - "A Comic Play" by Michael Weller. Produced by David Merrick and the Washington Arena Stage at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Stephen Collins, Kevin Conway, Jill Eikenberry, Christopher Guest, Edward Hermann, Robert Prosky, Michael Tucker, James Woods, Louis Zorich, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.. 1972
5 Prisoner of Second Avenue, The - "A New Comedy" by Neil Simon. Produced by Saint-Subber at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Peter Falk, Lee Grant, Vincent Gardenia, Florence Stanely, Dena Dietrich and Tresa Hughes. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1972
5 Country Girl, The - Book by Clifford Odets. Produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts at the Billy Rose Theatre (NCY - 1972) starring Jason Robards, Maureen Stapleton, George Grizzard, Roland Winters, etc. Directed by John Houseman.. 1972
5 Promenade, All - "A New Comedy" by David V. Robison. Produced by Fred Coe, Arthur Cantor and Charles Taubman at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Hume Cronyn, Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach and Richard Backus. Directed Arthur Storch.. 1972
5 Night Watch - Book by Lucille Fletcher. Produced by George W. George and Barnard S. Straus at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Joan Hackett, Len Cariou, Elaine Kerr, Keene Curtis, etc. Directed by Fred Coe.. 1972
5 Sticks and Bones - Book by David Rabe. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Cliff De Young, Hector Elias, Asa Gim, Drew Snyder, Elizabeth Wilson, etc. Directed by Jeff Bleckner.. 1972
5 Grease - "A New 50s Rock 'N Roll Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Produced by Kenneth Waissman and Maxine Fox (in association with Anthony D'Amoto) at the Eden Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Adrienne Barbeau, Barry Bostwick, Alan Paul, Don Billett, etc. Directed by Tom Moore and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "Beauty School Dropout," "Look at Me I'm Sandra Dee," "We Go Together," "Summer Nights," "Greased Lightning," etc.. 1972
5 That Championship Season - Book by Jason Miller. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theatre (NYC- 1972) starring Charles Durning, Richard A. Dysart, Walter McGinn, Paul Sorvino, etc. Directed by A. J. Antoon.. 1972
5 6 RMS RIV VU - Book by Bob Randall. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Bernard Delfont at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1072) starring Jerry Orbach, Jane Alexander, Rona Harper, Jennifer Warren, Francine Beers, etc. Directed by Edwin Sherin.. 1072
5 Mourning Becomes Electra - "A Trilogy" by Eugene O'Neill. Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Joseph E. Levine Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Colleen Dewhurst, Pamela Payton-Wright, Donald Davis, Alan Mixon, Stephen McHattie, Jocelyn Brando, William Hickey, John Ridge, etc. Directed by Theodore Mann.. 1972
5 Butley - "A New Play" by Simon Gray. Produced by Lester Osterman Productions (in association with Michael Codron) at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1972) starring Hayward Morse, Barbara Lester, Holland Taylor, Christopher Hastings, etc. Directed by James Hammerstein.. 1972
5 Sugar - "A New Musical Comedy" by Peter Stone (Based on the screenplay SOME LIKE IT HOT by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond/Based on a story by Robert Thoeren) with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Bob Merrill. Produced by David Merrick at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Robert Morse, Tony Roberts, Cyril Ritchard, Elaine Joyce, Sheila Smith, Steve Condos, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Windy City Marmalade," "The Beauty That Drives Men Mad," "November Song," "Sugar," "It's Always Love," "When You Meet a Man in Chicago," etc.. 1973
5 Much Ado About Nothing - Book by William Shakespeare. Produced by William Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Winter Garden (NYC - 1973) starring Charles Bartlett, Barnard Hughes, Sam Waterston, Douglass Watson, Kathleen Widdoes, etc. Directed by A. J. Antoon.. 1973
5 Finishing Touches - "A New Comedy" by Jean Kerr. Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Robert Lansing, Gene Rupert, James Woods, Pamela Bellwood, Oliver Conant, etc. Directed by Joseph Anthony.. 1973
5 Medea - Book by Euripides (adapted by Minos Volanakis). Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Joseph E. Levine Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Irene Papas, John P. Ryan, Al Freeman, Jr., Tally Brown, Ron Faber, Betty Lester, etc. Directed by Minos Volanakis.. 1973
5 Sunshine Boys, The - "A New Comedy" by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg and Eugene V. Wolsk at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Jack Albertson, Sam Levene, Lewis J. Stadlen, Lee Meredith, Joe Young, etc. Directed by Alan Arkin.. 1973
5 Little Night Music, A - "A New Musical" by Hugh Wheeler (Suggested by a film by Ingmar Bergman) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Harold Prince (in association with Ruth Mitchell) at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Glynis Johns, Len Cariou, Hermione Gingold, Victoria Mallory, Mark Lambert, Judy Kahan, Beth Fowler, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "Night Waltz," "The Glamorous Life," "Every Day a Little Death," "Send in the Clowns," "The Sun Won't Set," etc.. 1973
5 Changing Room, The - "A New Play" by David Storey. Produced by Charles Boden, Lee Reynolds and Isobel Robins at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Rex Robbins, John Lithgow, George Hearn, Doug Stender, etc. Directed by Michael Rudman.. 1973
5 Seesaw - "A New Musical" by William Gibson (Based on his play TWO FOR THE SEESAW) with music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Produced by Joseph Kipness and Lawrence Kasha, James Nederlander, George M. Steinbrenner III at the Uris Theatre (NCY - 1973) starring Michele Lee, Ken Howard, Tommy Tune, Cecelia Norfleet, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include; "My City', "Nobody Does It Like Me," "Spanglish," "He's Good For Me," "Poor Everybody Else," "It's Not Where You Start', "Seesaw," etc.. 1973
5 Uncle Vanya - "Scenes from Country Life in Four Acts" by Anton Chekhov (translated by Albert Todd and Mike Nichols). Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Joseph E. Levine Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring George C. Scott, Julie Christie, Nicol Williamson, Elizabeth Wilson, Cathleen Nesbitt, Barnard Hughes, Conrad Bain, Lillian Gish, etc. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1973
5 Pippin - "A Musical Comedy" by Roger O. Hirson with music and lyrics Stephen Schwartz. Produced by Stuart Ostrow at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Eric Berry, Betty Buckley, Leland Palmer, Dorothy Stickney, Ben Vereen, John Rubinstein, etc. Directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Magic to Do," "Corner of the Sky," "War is Science," "Simple Joys," "Spread a Little Sunshine," "On the Right Track," etc.. 1973
5 Oracles - Book by Andy Wolk. Produced by Camera Obscura at the LA MAMA Theatre Club (NYC - 1973) starring John Evans, Anne Swift, Alan Erdossy, Thomas Kopache, Susan Lange, William Ward, Dan Ahearn, etc. Directed by Franz Marijnen.. 1973
5 Faggot, The - Book, music and lyrics by Al Carmines. Produced by Bruce Mailman and Richard Lipton at the Truck and Warehouse Theater (NYC - 1973) starring Peggy Atkinson, Essie Borden, Lou Bullock, Marilyn Child, Frank Coppola, Ira Siff, David Summers, etc. Directed by Al Carmines and choreographed by David Vaughan. Songs include: "I'll Take My Fantasy," "The New Boy in Town," "Nookie Time," "Fag Hag," "Women with Women - Men With Men," etc.. 1973
5 Waltz of the Toreadors, The - Book by Jean Anouilh (translated by Lucienne Hill). Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Joseph E. Levine Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach, William Roerick , Mary Hara, etc. Directed by Brian Murray.. 1973
5 Molly - "The New Musical" by Louis Garfinkle and Leonard Adelson (Based on characters from THE GOLDBERGS by Gertrude Berg) with music by Jerry Livingston and Mack David. Produced by Don Saxon, Don Kaufman and George Daley at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Kay Ballard, Lee Wallace, Daniel Fortus, Lisa Rochelle, Swen Swenson, Eli Mintz, etc. Directed by Paul Aaron. Songs include: "The Neighbor's Song," "Cahoots," "There's Gold on the Trees," "In Your Eyes," "I've Got Molly," etc.. 1973
5 Boom Boom Room - "A New Play" by David Rabe. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1973) starring Peter Bartlett, Frederick Coffin, Charles Durning, Madeline Kahn, Robert Loggia, Charlotte Rae, etc. Directed Julie Bovasso.. 1973
5 Veronica's Room - "A New Thriller" by Ira Levin. Produced by Morton Gottlieb at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring Eileen Heckart, Arthur Kennedy, Regina Baff and Kipp Osborne. Directed by Ellis Rabb.. 1973
5 Shecky Green Show, The - Produced at the Nanuet Theatre- Go-Round (Nanuet, NY - 1973) starring Shecky Greene and Vic Damone with Ray Bloch Orchestra.. 1973
5 Iceman Cometh, The - Book by Eugene O' Neill. Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Joseph E. Levine Theatre (NYC - 1973) starring James Earl Jones, David Margulies, Rex Everhart, Walter McGinn, Stephen McHattie, Jenny O' Hara, Lois Smith, etc. Directed by Theodore Mann.. 1973
5 Au Pair Man, The - "A New Play" by Hugh Leonard. Produced by Joseph Papp and New York Shakespeare Festival at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1973) starring Julie Harris and Charles Durning. Directed by Gerald Freedman.. 1973
6 Find Your Way Home - Book by John Hopkins. Produced by Rick Hobard at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Jane Alexander, Michael Moriarty, Lee Richardson and John Ramsey. Directed by Edwin Sherin.. 1974
6 Noel Coward in Two Keys - "The American Premiere" produced by Richard Barr and Charles Woodward at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Anne Baxter, Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy and Thom Christopher. Directed by Vivian Matalon.. 1974
6 What the Wine-Sellers Buy - "A New Play" by Ron Milner. Produced by Joseph Papp (in association with Woodie King, Jr) and The New York Shakespeare Festival at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1974) starring Glynn Turman, Garrett Morris, Frank Adu, Marilyn B. Coleman, Sonny Jim Gaines, Loretta Greene, etc. Directed by Michael Schultz.. 1974
6 Irene - "A Musical Comedy" by Hugh Wheeler and Joseph Stein (From an adaptation by Harry Rigby- Based on the original play by James Montgomery) with music by Harry Tierney and lyrics by Joseph McCarthy (With additional lyrics and music by Charles Gaynor and Otis Clements). Produced by Harry Rigby, Albert W. Selden and Jerome Minskoff at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Jane Powell, George S. Irving, Ron Husmann, Ruth Warrick, Patsy Kelly, Ted Pugh, Carrie Fisher, etc. Directed by Gower Champion and choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Songs include: : "Irene," "Alice Blue Gown," "The Talk of the Town," etc., and from the revival: "The World Must Be Bigger Than an Avenue," "They Go Wild Simply Wild Over Me," "An Irish Girl," "The Riviera Rage". "You Made Me Love You," etc.. 1974
6 Candide - Book by Hugh Wheeler (adapted from Voltaire) with Music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Ricard Wilbur (with additional lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and John Latouche). Produced by The Chelsea Theatre Center of Brooklyn at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Lewis J. Stadlen, Mark Baker, Maureen Brennan, Sam Freed, June Gable and Deborah St. Darr. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "The Best of all Possible Worlds," "What a Day," "Make Our Garden Grow," Oh Happy We," "What a Day," "My Love," "Bon Voyage," "You Were Dead, You Know," etc.. 1974
6 Dance of Death, The - Book by August Strindberg (adapted by A.J. Antoon from the Elizabeth Sprigge translation). Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1974) starring Robert Shaw, Zoe Caldwell and Hector Elizando. Directed by A. J. Antoon.. 1974
6 American Millionaire, An - Book by Murray Schisgal. Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Joseph E. Levine Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Paul Sorvino, Bob Dishy, Austin Pendleton, Joseph Bova, Lee Lawson, Joshua Mostel, etc. Directed by Gerald Freedman.. 1974
6 Anything Goes - Book by Guy Bolton, P.G. Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Produced by Frank Carrington and Angelo Del Rossi at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1974) starring Ann Miller, Coley Worth, Leonard Drum, Isabele Farrell, etc. Directed by Lawrence Kasha and choreographed by Bill Guske. Songs Include: "I Get A Kick Out of You," "All Through The Night," "You're The Top," "Anything Goes," "Blow, Gabriel, Blow," "The Gypsy in Me," etc.. 1947
6 My Fat Friend - Book by Charles Laurence. Produced by James Nederlander, Inc. at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Lynn Redgrave, George Rose, John Lithgow and James Ray Weeks. Directed by Robert Moore.. 1974
6 Short Eyes - Book by Miguel Pinero. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival (NYC - 1974) starring Hollis Barnes, Bimbo, Joseph Carberry, William Carden, Felipe Torres, etc. Directed by Marvin Felix Camillo.. 1974
6 Over Here - Book by Will Holt. Music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. Produced by Kenneth Waissman and Maxine Fox at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Patti and Maxine Andrews (The Andrews Sisters), Samuel Wright, Douglass Watson, John Travolta, Marilu Henner, John Mineo, Ann Reinking, Treat Williams, Janie Sell, April Shawhan, etc. Directed by Tom Moore. Choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include: "The Beat Begins," "My Dream for Tomorrow," "Charlie's Place," "Hey Yvette/The Grass Grows Green," "Wartime Wedding," "Where Did the Good Times Go," "Dream Drummin'/Soft Music". "The Big Beat," The Good -Time Girl," "No Goodbyes," etc.. 1974
6 Raisin - Book by Robert Nemiroff and Charlotte Zaltzberg (Based on Lorraine Hansberry's A RAISIN IN THE SUN) with music by Judd Woldin and lyrics by Robert Brittan. Produced by Robert Nemiroff at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Virginia Capers, Joe Morton, Ernestine Jackson, Deborah Allen, Ted Ross, Ralph Carter, etc. Directed and choreographed by Donald McKayle. Songs include: "Man Say," "A Whole Lotta Sunlight," "Sweet Time," "He Come Down This Morning," "Measure the Valleys," etc.. 1974
6 Bad Habits - Book by Terrence McNally. Produced by Adela Holzer at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring F. Murray Abraham, Emory Bass, John Heffernan, Doris Roberts, Michael Lombard, etc. Directed by Robert Drivas.. 1974
6 Scapino - Book by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale (From Moliere's comedy LES FOURBERIES DE SCAPIN) with music by Jim Dale starring Jim Dale, Melanie Chartoff, Raymond Platt, Gavin Reed, etc. Directed by Frank Dunlop..
6 Absurd Person Singular - "A New Comedy" by Alan Ayckbourn. Produced by The Theatre Guild and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts at the Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Richard Kiley, Sandy Dennis, Geraldine Page, Larry Blyden, Tony Roberts and Carole Shelley. Directed by Eric Thompson.. 1974
6 Joffrey Ballet, The - Produced by the Foundation for American Dance (in association with City Center of Music and Drama, Inc.) at the City Center 55th Street Theater (NYC - 1974).. 1974
6 National Health, The - Book by Peter Nichols with original music by Terrence Sherman. Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Joseph E. Levine Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Emery Battis, John Braden, Olivia Cole, Joyce Ebert, Leonard Frey, Rita Moreno, Paul Rudd, etc. Directed by Arvin Brown.. 1974
6 Equus - Book by Peter Shaffer. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Cole Abrahams (in association with Frank Milton) at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Anthony Hopkins, Peter Firth, Marian Seldes, Roberta Maxwell, Frances Sternhagen, etc. Directed by John Dexter.. 1974
6 Thieves - "A New Comedy" by Herb Gardner. Produced by Richard Scanga and Charles Grodin at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Marlo Thomas, Richard Mulligan, Louise Laser, Nicholas Pryor, Sammy Smith, Irwin Corey, etc. Directed by Charles Grodin.. 1974
6 Richard III - Book by William Shakespeare. Produced by Richard Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival (NYC - 1974) starring Powers Boothe, Barbara Colby, George Hearn, David Jay, etc. Directed by Mel Shapiro.. 1974
6 New York Philharmonic - Produced at the Lincoln Center (NYC - 1974) with conductor Erich Leinsdorf and pianist Charles Wuorinen.. 1974
6 In Praise of Love - "A Play" by Terence Rattigan. Produced by Arthur Cantor at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Rex Harrison, Julie Harris, Martin Gabel and Peter Burnell. Directed by Fred Coe.. 1974
6 What the Butler Saw - Book by Joe Morton with music by John Lewis. Produced by the Pratt Theatre and Student Affairs at the Pratt Theatre (NYC - 1974) starring Peter Cumba, Judith Vella, Gail Titunik, Robbie Fox, Marc Castel and Glenn Paulsen. Directed by Andrew Wolk.. 1974
6 Where's Charley? - Book by George Abbott (Based on Brandon Thomas' play CHARLEY'S AUNT) with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Raul Julia, Taina Elg, Peter Walker, Dennis Cooley, etc. Directed by Theodore Mann and choreographed by Margo Sappington. Songs include: "The Years Before Us," Better Get Out of Here," "The New Ashmolean Marching Society and Students' Conservatory Band," "My Darling, My Darling," "Make a Miracle," "Where's Charley?," "Once in Love With Amy," "At the Red Rose Cotillion," etc.. 1975
6 Sherlock Holmes - "A Play" by Arthur Conan Doyle and William Gillette. Produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1975) staring John Wood, Philip Locke, Alan Coates, Joe Marcel, etc. Directed by Frank Dunlop.. 1975
6 Seascape - Book by Edward Albee. Produced by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward and Clinton Wilder at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Deborah Kerr, Barry Nelson, Frank Langella and Maureen Anderman. Directed by Edward Albee.. 1975
6 Doctor Jazz - "A New Musical" by Paul Carter Harrison and Buster Davis. Music and lyrics ("mostly by") Buster Davis. Dance Music Arranger and Incidental Music Composer - Luther Henderson. Associate Orchestrations by Dick Hyman and Sy Oliver. Produced by Cyma Rubin at the Winter Garden Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Bobby Van, Lola Falana, Lillian Hayman, Joan Copeland, etc. Directed and choreographed by Donald McKayle. Songs include: "Cleopatra Had a Jazz Band," "Charleston Rag," "I've Got Elgin Watch Movements in My Hips," "Swanee Strut," "All I Want is My Black Baby Back," etc.. 1975
6 Shenandoah - Book by James lee Barrett, Peter Udell and Philip Rose with music by Gary Geld and lyrics by Peter Udell. Produced by Philip Rose and Gloria And Louis K. Sher at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring John Cullum, Donna Theodore, Penelope Milford, Joel Higgins, Edward Penn, etc. Directed by Philip Rose and choreographed by Robert Tucker. Songs include: "Raise The Flag of Dixie," "I've Heard It all Before," "Next to Lovin' (I Like Fightin')," "Meditation," "Violets and Silverbells," "Freedom," "The Only Home I Know," "Pass the Cross to Me," etc.. 1975
6 Ritz, The - "A New Comedy" by Terrence McNally. Produced by Adela Holzer at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Jack Weston, Rita Moreno, Jerry Stiller, F. Murray Abraham, Stephen Collins, George Dzundza, etc. Directed by Robert Drivas.. 1975
6 All Over Town - "A New Play" by Murray Schisgal. Produced by Adela Holzer at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Cleavon Little, Barnard Hughes, Jill Eikenberry, Polly Holliday, Barney Martin, etc. Directed by Dustin Hoffman.. 1975
6 Same Time, Next Year - "A New Comedy" by Bernard Slade. Produced by Morton Gottlieb, Dasha Epstein, Edward L. Shuman and Palladium Productions at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Ellen Burstyn and Charles Grodin. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1975
6 Private Lives - "A Comedy" by Noel Coward. Produced by Arthur Cantor at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Maggie Smith, John Standing, Remak Ramsay, Niki Flaks and Marie Tommon. Directed by John Gielgud.. 1975
6 All God's Chillun Got Wings - Book by Eugene O' Neill. Produced by the Circle in the Square at the Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Trish Van Devere, Robert Christian, Minnie Gentry, Ken Jennings, etc. Directed by George C. Scott.. 1975
6 Tribute to a Legendary Lady, A - Produced by John Springer at the Town Hall (NYC - 1975) starring Miss Lana Turner (In person and on screen). Moderated by John Springer.. 1975
6 Chicago - "A Musical Vaudeville" by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse (Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins) with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by Robert Fryer and James Cresson at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Gwen Verdon, Chita Rivera, Jerry Orbach, Barney Martin, Mary McCarty, etc. Directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "All That Jazz," "All I Care About," "Roxie," "Mister Cellophane," "Razzle Dazzle," "Nowadays," etc.. 1975
6 Don Rickles Show, The - A variety show produced at the Nanuet Star Theatre (Nanuet, NY - 1975).. 1975
6 Death of a Salesman - Book by Arthur Miller. Produced by Fourth Productions at the Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Ramon Bieri, James Farentino, Dotts Johnson, Harvey Keitel, George C. Scott, Teresa Wright, Julie Garfield, etc. Directed by George C. Scott.. 1975
6 Chorus Line, A - Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante with music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Edward Kieban. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival (in association with Plum Productions) at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Scott Allen, Pamela Blair, Wayne Cilento, Kay Cole, Priscilla Lopez, Donna McKecknie, John Mineo, Sammy Williams, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "All That Jazz," "All I Care About," "Roxie," "Mister Cellophane," "Razzle Dazzle," "Nowadays," etc.. 1975
6 Leaf People, The - "A New Play" by Dennis J. Reardon. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Lane Smith, Louis Turenne, Tom Aldredge, Raymond J. Barry, Susan Batson, etc. Directed by Tom O'Horgan.. 1975
6 Magic Show, The - Book by Bob Randall with songs by Stephen Schwartz and magic by Doug Henning. Produced by Edgar Lansbury, Joseph Beruh and Ivan Reitman at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1975) staring Doug Henning, Jeffrey Mylett, Loni Ackerman, etc. Directed and staged by Grover Dale. Songs include: "Up to His Old Tricks," "The Goldfarb Variations," "Before Your Very Eyes," etc.. 1975
6 Kennedy's Children - "A New Play" by Robert Patrick. Produced by Michael Harvey (in association with Robert Colby) at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Shirley Knight, Don Parker, Michael Sacks, etc. Directed by Clive Donner.. 1975
6 Lamppost Reunion - "A New Play About a Kid from Hoboken" by Louis LaRusso II. Produced by Joe Garofalo at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Danny Aiello, George Pollock, Gabriel Dell, etc. Directed by Tom Signorelli.. 1975
6 Royal Family, The - Book by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Produced by Barry M. Brown, Burry Fredrik, Fritz Holtz, Sally Sears and The American Bicentennial Theatre at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Rosemary Harris, Eva LeGallienne, Ellis Rabb, Sam Levene, Joseph Maher, Mary Louise Wilson, etc. Directed by Ellis Rabb.. 1975
7 Rockabye Hamlet - "A Musical" by Cliff Jones. Produced by Lester Osterman Productions and Joseph Kipness (in association with Martin Richards, Victor D'Arc and Marilyn Strauss) at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1975) starring Larry Marshall, Alan Weeks, Beverly D' Angelo, Meat Loaf, Irving Lee, Winston DeWitt Hemsley, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Why Did He Have to Die?," "Something Rotten in Denmark," "I Cannot Turn to Love," "Off Her Rocker and Roll," "Swordfight," etc.. 1975
7 Pacific Overtures - Book by John Weidman with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Harold Prince (in association with Ruth Mitchell ) at the Winter Garden (NYC - 1976) starring Mako, Soon-Teck Oh, Yuki Shimoda, Alvin Ing, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Patricia Birch.. 1976
7 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Book by Edward Albee. Produced by Ken Marsolais and James Scott Productions at The Music Box (NYC - 1976) starring Colleen Dewhurst, Ben Gazzara, Maureen Anderman and Richard Kelton. Directed Edward Albee.. 1976
7 Rex - Book by Sherman Yellen with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Richard Adler (in association with Roger Berlind and Edward R. Downe, Jr.) at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Nicol Williamson, Penny Fuller, Glenn Close, Ed Evanko, Tom Aldredge, etc. Directed by Edwin Sherin and choreographed by Dania Krupska. Songs include: "No Song More Pleasing," "Away From You," "As Once I Loved You," "So Much You Loved Me," "Christmas at Hampton Court," "From Afar," "In Time," "Te Deum," etc.. 1976
7 Guys and Dolls - "A Musical Fable of Broadway" by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Produced by Moe Septee (in association with Victor H. Potamkin) at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Norma Donaldson, Robert Guillaume, Ernestine Jackson, James Randolph, etc. Directed and choreographed by Billy Wilson. Songs include: "The Oldest Established," "A Bushel and a Peck," "Guys and Dolls," "If I We're a Bell," "I've Never Been in Love Before," "Luck Be a Lady Tonight," "Sue Me," "Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat," etc.. 1976
7 Equus - Book by Peter Shaffer. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Doris Cole Abrahams (in association with Frank Milton) at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Keith McDermott, Michael Higgins, Marian Seldes, Frances Sternhagen, etc. Directed by John Dexter.. 1976
7 Lady from the Sea, The - Book by Henrik Ibsen (Translated by Michael Myer). Produced by The Circle in the Square at the Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Vanessa Redgrave, Pat Hingle, John Heffernan, etc. Directed by Tony Richardson.. 1976
7 Three Sisters, The - Book by Anton Chekhov with music by Carole Kolb. Produced by the Brooklyn College School of Performing Arts/Department of Theatre at the Gershwin Theatre (Brooklyn, NY - 1976) starring Robert Foresta, Andrea Skolnick, James Harvey, Robert Pope, etc. Directed by Andy Wolk.. 1976
7 Eleanor Rigby, or No One Was Saved - Book by Howard Barker. Produced by the Brooklyn College School of Performing Arts/Department of Theatre at the New Workshop Theatre (Brooklyn, NY - 1976) starring Bobbi Finiguerra, Mark Aarons, Jerry Halfhide, Andrea Skolnick, etc. Directed by Andrew Wolk.. 1976
7 California Suite - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg and Robert Fryer at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre (NCY - 1976) starring Tammy Grimes, George Grizzard, Jack Weston, Leslie Easterbrook and Barbara Barrie. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1976
7 Texas Trilogy, A - "Three Full-length Plays in Repertory" (LU ANN HAMPTON LAVERTY OBERLANDER, THE LAST MEETING OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE WHITE MAGNOLIA and THE OLDEST LIVING GRADUATE) by Preston Jones. Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1976) staring Henderson Forsythe, Thomas Toner, Patrick Hines, Walter Flanagan, Josh Mostel, etc. Directed by Alan Schneider.. 1976
7 Wiz, The - "The New Musical Version of THE WIZARD OF OZ" by William F. Brown with music and lyrics by Charles Smalls. Produced by Ken Harper at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Tiger Haynes, James Wigfall, Hinton Battle, Gregg Burge, Alan Weeks, Stephanie Mills, etc. Directed by Geoffrey Holder and choreographed by George Faison. Songs include: "The Feeling We Once Had," "Ease On Down the Road," "Slide Some Oil to Me," "Be a Lion," "What Would I Do If I Could Feel," "Funky Monkeys," "If You Believe," "Home," etc.. 1976
7 Children - Book by A. R. Gurney, Jr. (Based on a Story by John Cheever). Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1976) starring Dennis Howard, Swoozie Kurtz, Nancy Marchand and Holland Taylor. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt.. 1976
7 Comedians - Book by Trevor Griffiths. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen (in association with Gabriel Katzka and Edward L. Schuman) at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring Milo O' Shea, John Lithgow, Rex Robbins, David Margulies, Armand Assante, Jonathan Pryce, etc. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1976
7 No Man's Land - Book by Harold Pinter. Produced by Roger L. Stevens and Robert Whitehead (in association with Frank Milton) at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1976) starring John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Terence Rigby and Michael Kitchen. Directed by Peter Hall.. 1976
7 Theatre Songs by Maltby and Shire - Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Cabaret (NYC - 1976) with music by David Shire and lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr. starring Loni Ackerman, Margery Cohen and Michael Tucci. Directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. Songs include: "Starting Here, Starting Now," "I Hear Bells," "A Girl You Should Know," "A New Life Coming," etc.. 1976
7 Ashes - Book by David Rudkin. Produced by Joseph Papp and the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Manhattan Theatre Club Cabaret (NYC - 1977) starring Penelope Allen, Roberta Maxwell, Brian Murray and John Tillinger. Directed by Lynne Meadow with assistant director Andy Wolk.. 1977
7 Unexpected Guests - "A New Comedy" by Jordan Crittenden. Produced by Charles Grodin at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Jerry Stiller, Zohra Lampert, Anne Ives, Michael Vale, etc. Directed by Charles Grodin.. 1977
7 Ashes - Book by David Rudkin. Produced by Joseph Papp and the New York Shakespeare Festival (in association with the Manhattan Theatre Club) at the Anspacher Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Penelope Allen, Roberta Maxwell, Brian Murray and John Tillinger. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 1977
7 Quail Southwest - Book by Larry Ketron. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1977) starring Stephanie Gordon, Munson Hicks, Zina Jasper, Dick Latessa, etc. Directed by Andy Wolk.. 1977
7 Streamers - "A New Play" by David Rabe. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1977) starring Terry Alexander, Philip Bosco, Joseph Bova, Peter Evans, Kene Holliday, Howard E. Rollins, Jr., Peter Weller, etc. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1977
7 Otherwise Engaged - Book by Simon Gray. Produced by James M. Nederlander, Frank Milton and Michael Codron at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Tom Courtenay, Nicholas Coster, John Horton, Michael Lombard, etc. Directed by Harold Pinter.. 1977
7 Sly Fox - Book by Larry Gelbart (Based on VOLPONE by Ben Jonson). Produced by Sir Lew Grade, Martin Starger and the Shubert Organization at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring George C. Scott, Jack Gilford, Trish Van Devere, Bob Dishy, Gretchen Wyler, John Ramsey, James Gallery, John Heffernan, Hector Elizondo, etc. Directed by Arthur Penn.. 1977
7 Party with Betty Comden and Adolph Green, A - Produced by Arthur Cantor and Leonard Friedman at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Comden and Green with Paul Trueblood at the piano. Directed by John Fitzpatrick.. 1977
7 I Love My Wife - "A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Michael Stewart and music by Cy Coleman. Produced by Joseph Kipness, Terry Allen Kramer and harry Rigby at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Lenny Baker, Joanna Gleason, Ilene Graff, James Naughton, etc. Directed by Gene Saks and choreographed by Onna White. Songs include: "We're Still Friends," "Sexually Free," "Hey There, Good Times," "I Love My Wife," "Married Couple Seeks Married Couple," etc.. 1977
7 Shadow Box, The - Book by Michael Cristofer. Produced by The Mark Taper Forum and Long Wharf Theatre at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring David Rasche, Sloane Shelton, Maria Tucci, Timothy Crowe, etc. Directed by Gordon Davidson.. 1977
7 Almost Perfect Person, An - "A New Comedy" by Judith Ross. Produced by Burry Fredrik and Joel Key Rice at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Colleen Dewhurst, Rex Robbins and George Hearn. Directed by Zoe Caldwell.. 1977
7 Wayside Motor Inn, The - "A World Premiere" by A. R. Gurney, Jr.. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1977) starring Jill Andre, Thomas Barbour, Jill O' Hara, John Braden, Drew Snyder, Wayne Tippit, etc. Directed by Tony Giordano.. 1977
7 Chez Nous - Book by Peter Nichols. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theater Club (NYC - 1977) starring Sam Waterston, Linda Atkinson, Barbara Caruso, Jim Jansen, John Tillinger, Charles Mayer and Christina Pickles. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 1977
7 Chapter Two - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1977) starring Judd Hirsch, Anita Gillette, Ann Wedgeworth and Cliff Gorman. Directed by Herbert Ross.. 1977
7 Ain't Misbehavin' - "A Musical Tribute to Fats Waller" produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Cabaret (NYC - 1977) starring Irene Cara, Nell Carter, Andre De Shields, Armelia McQueen and Ken Page. Directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. and choreographed by Arthur Faria. Songs include: "Honeysuckle Rose," "The Jitterbug Waltz," "The Joint is Jumpin' ," Mean to Me," etc.. 1977
7 Annie - "A New Musical" by Thomas Meehan with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charnin. Produced by Mike Nichols at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Andrea McArdle, Reid Shelton, Sandy Faison, Robert Fitch, Dorothy Loudon, Danielle Brisebois, Shelley Bruce, etc. Directed by Martin Charnin and choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Songs include: "Tomorrow," "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile," "Maybe," etc.. 1978
7 Act, The - "A New Musical" by George Furth with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by The Shubert Organization/Feuer and Martin at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Liza Minnelli, Barry Nelson, Arnold Soboloff, Mark Goddard, etc. Directed by Martin Scorsese and choreographed by Ron Lewis. Songs include: "Shine It On," "City Lights," "Little Do They Know," etc.. 1978
7 Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act - Book by Athol Fugard. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1978) starring Veronica Castang, Robert Christian and John C. Vennema. Directed by Thomas Bullard.. 1978
7 Red Fox/Second Hangin' - Book by Don Baker and Dudley Cocke. Produced by Lynne Meadow and Roadside Theater at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1978) starring Don Baker, Gary Slemp and Frankie Taylor. Directed by Michael Posnick.. 1978
7 Dancin' - "A New Musical Entertainment" produced by Jules Fisher at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1978) with music and lyrics by Johann Sebastian Bach, George M. Cohan, Neil Diamond, Louis Prima, John Philip Sousa, Harry Warren, etc. starring Sandahl Bergman, Wayne Cilento, Jill Cook, John Mineo, Ann Reinking, etc. Directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Mr. Bojangles," "I Wanna Be A Dancin' Man," "Big Noise from Winnetka," "Sing, Sing, Sing," "Yankee Doodle Dandy," etc.. 1978
7 Safe House - "A New Play" by Nicholas Kazan. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1978) starring Deborah Hedwell, Kaiunani Lee, Paul Schierhorn, John Shea and Lisabeth Shean. Directed by Jonathan Alper.. 1978
7 Catsplay - Book by Istvan Orkeny (translated by Clara Gyorgyey). Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1978) starring Helen Burns, Jane Cronin, Robert Gerringer, Susan Sharkey, etc. Directed by Lynne Meadow. Dramaturge: Andy Wolk.. 1978
7 Strawberry Fields - Book by Stephen Poliakoff. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1978) starring Brad O' Hare, Ralph Seymour, Susan Sharkey, Geraldine Sherman and Nicholas Woodeson. Directed by Stephen Pascal.. 1978
7 Rib Cage - Book by Larry Ketron. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1978) starring Kristin Griffith, Grayson Hall, I.M. Hobson, Lynn Milgrim, David Selby and J.T. Walsh. Directed by Andy Wolk.. 1978
7 Da - Book by Hugh Leonard. Produced by Lester Osterman, Marilyn Strauss and Marc Howard at the Morosco Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Barnard Hughes, Brian Murray, Sylvia O' Brien, Mia Dillon, Lester Rawlins, etc. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt.. 1978
7 Tribute - "A New Play" by Bernard Slade. Produced by Morton Gottlieb at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1978) starring Jack Lemmon, Rosemary Prinz, Tresa Hughes, Catherine Hicks, A. Larry Haines, etc. Directed by Arthur Storch.. 1978
7 Lady Needs A Change, A - "A Tribute to Dorothy Fields" by Bill Gile. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Cabaret (NYC - 1978) starring Patti Allison, Kelly Bishop, Tyra Ferrell, Chip Garnett, Carolyn Mignini and Scott Robertson. Directed by Bill Gile and choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Songs include "I Can't Give You anything But Love," "Looking for Love," "I Won't Dance," "Doin' the New Low Down," "Don't Blame Me," etc.. 1978
7 Rear Column, The - Book by Simon Gray. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1978) starring Alvin Alexis, John Horton, Josh Clark, Paul Collins, Remak Ramsay, etc. Directed by James Hammerstein.. 1978
7 Grand Magic - Book by Eduardo Filippo (translated by Carlo Ardito). Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theater Club (NYC - 1978) starring Tony Musante, Fred Gwynne, Kevin Mangen, Johann Carlo, Phillip Piro, etc. Directed by Michael Kahn.. 1978
8 Dancing in the Dark - "The Music of Arthur Schwartz and the Lyrics of Howard Dietz" devised by Mary O' Hagen (with additional lyrics by Ira Gershwin, Frank Loesser, Leo Robin and Arthur Schwartz). Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring John Cunningham, Merilee Magnuson, Ally Ann McLerie and Donn Simione. Directed and choreographed by Christopher Chadman. Songs include: "That's Entertainment," "New Sun in the Sky," "Love Isn't Born," "Triplets," "Smokin' Reefers," "A Shine On Your Shoes," "Dancing in the Dark," etc.. 1979
8 Stevie - Book by Hugh Whitemore. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring James Higgins, Margaret Hilton and Roberta Maxwell. Directed by Brian Murray.. 1979
8 Artichoke - Book by Joanna McClelland Glass. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring Patricia Elliot, James Greene, Nicholas Hormann, Daniel Keyes, Michael Higgins, Amanda Michael Plummer and Rex Robbins. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 1979
8 Ballroom - Book by Jerome Kass with music by Billy Goldenberg and lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman. Produced by Michael Bennett at the Majestic Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Dorothy Loudon, Vincent Gardenia, Danny Carroll, Marilyn Cooper, Lynn Roberts, Liz Sheridan, etc. Directed and choreographed (with Bob Avian) by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "I Love to Dance," "I Wish You a Waltz," "Dreams," etc.. 1979
8 Losing Time - Book by John Hopkins. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring Jane Alexander, Shirley Knight, James Naughton, etc. Directed by Edwin Sherin.. 1979
8 Songs From the City Streets - Book by Jake Holmes. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring Emily Bindiger, M'el Dowd, John Hammil, Larry Riley and Charlie Stavola. Directed by Gui Andrisano. Songs include: "Totally Organic, " "WASP, " "Shubert Alley Medley," "Hard Core Porn," etc.. 1979
8 Don Juan Comes Back From the War - Book by Odon Von Horvath (Translated by Christopher Hampton). Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring Lynn Cohen, Viveca Parker, Peter Evans, Heather Ann Steinmetz, etc. Directed by Stephen Pascal.. 1979
8 Arbor, The - Book by Brother Jonathan, O.S.F. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring Robert Burke, Rosemary Murphy, James Greene, William Schilling, etc. Directed by Kenneth Frankel.. 1979
8 Just a Little Bit Less Than Normal - Book by Nigel Baldwin. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1979) starring Mary Carney, Josh Clark, John Clarkson, Christopher Noth, Jamey Sheridan and Sylvia Short. Directed by Paul Schneider.. 1979
8 Out of This Furnace - "A Steel Town Story" by Andy Wolk (Adapted from a Novel by Thomas Bell) with music and lyrics by Robert C. Nesius. Produced by Julia R. Swoyer and The Labor Theater/The Iron Clad Agreement at the All-Craft Community Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring K. Wilson Hutton, Christopher Josephs, James R. Krut, D'Arcy Webb and M.M. Melozzi. Directed by Harold Scott.. 1979
8 Elephant Man, The - Book by Bernard Pomerance. Produced by The American National Theatre and Academy at the Booth Theatre (NCY - 1979) starring Kevin Conway, Carole Shelley, Philip Anglim, Richard Clarke, I.M. Hobson, etc. Directed by Jack Hofsiss.. 1979
8 Father's Day - "A Comedy" by Oliver Hailey. Produced by James Cresson, Christopher Ohman and Sam Crothers at the American Place Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Tammy Grimes, Susan Tyrrell, Lindsay Crouse, Lee Richardson, John Cunningham and Graham Beckel. Directed by Rae Allen.. 1979
8 Jail Diary of Albie Sachs, The - Book by David Edgar. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring Humbert Allen Astredo, Michael Burg, John Clarkson, Paul Collins, Brian Murray, etc. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 1979
8 Murray Louis Dance Company, The - Produced by The Nikolais/Louis Foundation for Dance, Inc. (in association with The 55th Street Dance Theater Foundation, Inc.) at City Center (NYC - 1979) starring Murray Louis, Michael Ballard, Anne McLeod, Sara Pearson, Robert Small, etc. Choreographed by Murray Louis.. 1979
8 They're Playing Our Song - Book by Neil Simon with music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Robert Klein, Lucie Arnaz, Wayne Mattson, Andy Roth, Hal Shane, etc. Directed by Robert Moore and choreographed by Patricia Birch. Songs include; "Fallin' ," "If He Really Knew Me," "Just For Tonight," "When You're In My Arms', "I Still Believe in Love," "They're Playing Our Song', etc.. 1979
8 Evita - Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. Produced by Robert Stigwood (in association with David Land) at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1979) starring Patti Lupone, Mandy Patinkin, Bob Gunton, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Larry Fuller. Songs include: "On This Night of a Thousand Stars," Buenos Aires," "Don't Cry For Me Argentina," etc.. 1979
8 Strider: The Story of a Horse - "A Play with Music" by Mark Rozovsky (Adapted from a story by Leo Tolstoy - English stage version by Robert Kalfin and Steve Brown) with music originally composed by M. Rozovsky and S. Vetkin with English lyrics by Steve Brown. Produced at the Chelsea Theatre Center at the Westside Theatre Upstairs (NYC - 1979) starring Roger DeKoven, Gordon Gould, Gerald Hiken, etc. Directed and staged by Robert Kalfin and Lynne Gannaway.. 1979
8 Nacha Guevara In Concert - Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1979) starring Nacha Guevara and Alberto Favero.. 1979
8 Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, The - Produced by The Dance Theater Foundation, Inc. at City Center (NYC - 1979) starring Brother John Sellers, Bernard Thacker, Marilyn Banks, Pat Dingle, etc. Directed by Alvin Ailey and Mary Barnett with music conducted by Joyce Brown.. 1979
8 Betrayal - Book by Harold Pinter. Produced by Roger L. Stevens, Robert Whitehead and James M. Nederlander at the Trafalgar Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Blythe Danner, Raul Julia, Roy Scheider, etc. Directed by Peter Hall.. 1980
8 Sorrows of Stephen - "A Comedy" by Peter Parnell. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Public Theater in Martinson Hall (NYC - 1980) starring Richard Backus, John Del Regno, Kathy McKenna, Pamela Reed, John Shea, etc. Directed by Sheldon Larry.. 1980
8 One Wedding, Two Rooms, Three Friends - "Three One-Act Plays" by John Gwilym Jones. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring Stephen Burleigh, Catherine Burns, Miles Chapin, Kristin Griffith, Jamey Sheridan, etc. Directed by Thomas Bullard.. 1980
8 Endgame - Book by Samuel Beckett. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring James Barbosa, Michael Gross, Joan MacIntosh and Daniel Seltzer. Directed by Joseph Chaikin.. 1980
8 Nikolais Dance Theatre, The - Produced by The Nikolais/Louis Foundation for Dance, Inc. (in association with The 55th Street Dance Theater Foundation, Inc.) at City Center (NYC - 1980) starring Rob Esposito, Lynn Levine, Gerald Otte, etc. Choreographed by Alwin Nikolais and Gerald Otte.. 1980
8 Talley's Folly - "A New Comedy" by Lanford Wilson. Produced by Nancy Cooperstein, Porter Van Zandt and Marc Howard at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NCY - 1980) starring Judd Hirsch and Trish Hawkins. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.. 1980
8 Dusa, Fish, Stas & VI - Book by Pam Gems. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage/Cabaret (NYC - 1980) starring Laura Esterman, Kathryn Grody, Judith Ivey and Ellen Parker. Directed by Nancy Meckler.. 1980
8 Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - "A Musical Thriller" by Hugh Wheeler (Based on a version of SWEENEY TODD by Christopher Bond) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson and Martin Richards (In association with Dean and Judy Manos) at the Uris Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Dorothy Louden, George Hearn, Ken Jennings, Betsy Joslyn, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Larry Fuller. Songs include: "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd," "No Place Like London," "The Worst Pies in London," "Poor Thing," "Pirelli's Magic Elixir," "Kiss Me," "Johanna," "Not While I'm Around," "Parlor Songs," etc.. 1980
8 Biography - Book by S.N. Behrman. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring Piper Laurie, Barbara Lester, Alan Rosenberg, Diane Warren, etc. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 1980
8 Sidewalkin' - Book by Jake Holmes. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring Jake Holmes, Donna Lee Marshall, Larry Riley, Janie Sell, etc. Directed by Patricia Birch.. 1980
8 Mass Appeal - Book by Bill C. Davis. Produced by Lynne Meadows at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring Milo O' Shea and Eric Roberts. Directed by Geraldine Fitzgerald.. 1980
8 Styne After Styne - Book by Jonathan Reynolds (Based on a concept by Fritz Holt and Jonathan Reynolds) with music by Jule Styne. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring Neva Small, Larry Riley, Paul Hecht, Florence Lacey, Paulette Pearson and John Sheridan. Directed by Fritz Holt and choreographed by Douglas Norwick. Songs include: "Some People," "Time After Time," "Five Minutes More," "The Brooklyn Bridge," "Just in Time, " etc.. 1980
8 Children of a Lesser God - "A New Play" by Mark Medoff. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, The Shubert Organization, Dasha Epstein, Ron Dante and The Mark Taper Forum at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring John Rubenstein, Phyllis Frelich, Scotty Bloch, Lucy Martin, etc. Directed by Gordon Davidson.. 1980
8 One Tiger To a Hill - Book by Sharon Pollock. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1980) starring Dann Florek, John Getz, Sam Gray, Alan Mixson, Michael Tucker, Denzel Washington, etc. Directed by Thomas Bullard.. 1980
8 Peking Opera, The - Produced by The Metropolitan Opera and ICM Artists at the Metropolitan Opera House (NYC - 1980) starring Zhao Yanxia, Liu Xuetao, etc. Directed by Zhao Yianxia presenting THE WHITE SNAKE (THE MAGIC HERB), THE THREE-FORKED CROSSROAD and THE GODDESS OF THE GREEN RIPPLES.. 1980
8 I Ought To Be In Pictures - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Ron Leibman, Dinah Manoff and Joyce Van Patten. Directed by Herbert Ross.. 1980
8 One Night Stand - Book and lyrics by Herb Gardner with music by Jule Styne. Produced by Joseph Kipness, Lester Osterman, Joan Cullman, James M. Nederlander and Alfred Taubman at the Nederlander Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Jack Weston, Charles Kimbrough, Kate Mostel, Terri Treas, John Mineo, etc. Directed by John Dexter and choreographed by Peter Gennaro. Songs include: "Everybody Loves Me," "Someday Soon," "I Am Writing a Love Song," "There Was a Time," etc.. 1980
8 Romantic Comedy - Book by Bernard Slade. Produced by Morton Gottlieb at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1980) starring Karen Valentine, Keith Baxter, Benay Venuta, Jill Larson, Tom Troupe and Bette Ford. Directed by Joseph Hardy.. 1980
8 Deathtrap - "A New Comedy Thriller" by Ira Levin. Produced by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. and Roger L. Stevens at The Music Box (NYC - 1980) starring Robert Reed, Marian Seldes, Steve Bassett, William Le Massena and Elizabeth Parrish. Directed by Robert Moore.. 1980
8 Crimes of the Heart - Book by Beth Henley. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring Stephen Burleigh, Mia Dillon, Mary Beth Hurt, Lizbeth Mackay, Peter MacNicol and Julie Nesbit. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt.. 1980
8 42nd Street - Book by Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble with music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin. Produced by David Merrick at the Winter Garden (NYC - 1980) starring Tammy Grimes, Jerry Orbach, Lee Roy Reams, Joseph Bova, Carole Cook, Danny Carroll, Wanda Richert, etc. Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion. Songs include: "Young and Healthy," "Shadow Waltz," "I Know Now," "You're Getting to Be A Habit With Me," "We're in the Money," "Lullaby of Broadway', "Shuffle Off to Buffalo," "42nd Street," etc.. 1980
8 American Days - Book by Stephen Poliakoff. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1980) starring David Blue, Anna Levine, Pippa Pearthree, John Shea, John Snyder and Alexander Spencer. Directed by Jacques Levy.. 1980
9 Close of Play - Book by Simon Gray. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1981) starring Veronica Castang, Pauline Flanagan, John Horton, etc. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 1981
9 Amadeus - Book by Peter Shaffer. Produced by The Shubert Organization, Elizabeth L. McCann, Nelle Nugent and Roger S. Berlind at the Broadhurst Theatre (NCY - 1981) starring Ian McKellen, Tim Curry, Jane Seymour, etc. Directed by Peter Hall.. 1981
9 Real Life Funnies From Stan Mack's Comic Strip - Book by Stan Mack and Howard Ashman with songs by Alan Menkin. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1981) starring Pamela Blair, Gibby Brand, Janie Sell, etc. Directed by Howard Ashman and choreographed by Douglas Norwick.. 1981
9 Lunch Hour - "A New Comedy" by Jean Kerr. Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens at the Ethel Barrymore Theater (NYC - 1981) starring Gilda Radner, Sam Waterston, Susan Kellerman, Max Wright and David Rasche. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1981
9 After All - Book by Vincent Canby. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club In-the-Works (NYC - 1981) starring George Guidall and Lois Smith. Directed by Douglas Hughes.. 1981
9 Chorus Line, A - Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante with music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Edward Kieban. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival (in association with Plum Productions) at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Buddy Balou, Gregory Brock, Kevin Chinn, Troy Garza, Tracy Shayne, etc. Directed and choreographed )with Bob Avian) by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "One," "I Hope I Get It," "At the Ballet," "Dance: Ten, Looks: Three," "What I Did For Love," etc.. 1981
9 Translations - Book by Brian Friel. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1981) starring Steven Burleigh, Jake Dengel, Barnard Hughes, etc. Directed by Joe Dowling.. 1981
9 Harry Ruby's Songs My Mother Never Sang - Co-conceived by Michael S. Roth and Paul Lazarus (Based on an original idea by Michael S. Roth). Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1981) starring Indira Christopherson, Peter Frechette and I.M. Hobson. Directed by Paul Lazarus and choreographed by Douglas Norwick.. 1981
9 Sophisticated Ladies - "Based on the Music of Duke Ellington" with a concept by Donald McKayle. Produced by Roger S. Berlind, Manheim Fox, Sondra Gilman, Burton L. Litwin and Louise Westergaard (in association with Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. and Norzar Productions, Inc. at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Gregory Hines, Judith Jamison, Phyllis Hyman, Hinton Battle, Gregg Burge, Mercedes Ellington, etc. Directed by Michael Smuin and choreographed by Donald McKayle and Michael Smuin. Songs include: "It Don't Mean a Thing," "Take the 'A' Train," "Solitude," "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart," "Caravan," "In A Sentimental Mood," "Mood Indigo," "Sophisticated Lady," etc.. 1981
9 Fifth of July - "A Comedy" by Lanford Wilson. Produced by Jerry Arrow, Robert Lussier and Warner Theatre Productions at the New Apollo Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Michael O' Keefe, Swoozie Kurtz, Kathy Bates, Amy Wright, etc. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.. 1981
9 Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The - Book by Larry L. King and Peter Masterson with music and lyrics by Carol Hall. Produced by Stevie Phillips (in association with Universal Pictures) at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Gil Rogers, Candace Tovar, Delores Hall, John Newton, etc. Directed by Peter Masterson and Tommy Tune and choreographed by Tommy Tune. Songs include: "20 Fans," "The Sidestep," "Hard Candy Christmas," etc.. 1981
9 Merrily We Roll Along - "A New Musical Comedy" by George Furth (From the play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Lord Grade, Martin Starger, Robert Fryer and Harold Prince at the Alvin Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Jim Walton, Ann Morrison, Lonny Price, Jason Alexander, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Ron Field. Songs include; "Old Friends," "The Blob," "Not a Day Goes By," "Merrily We Roll Along," etc.. 1981
9 Oh, Brother! - "A New Musical Comedy" with book and lyrics by Donald Driver and music by Michael Valenti. Produced by Zev Bufman and The Kennedy Center with The Fisher Theatre Foundation, Joan Cullman and Sidney Schlenker at the ANTA Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Harry Groener, Bruce Adler, Mary Mastrantonio, Joe Morton, Alyson Reed, Richard B. Shull, Judy Kaye, Alan Weeks, etc. Directed and choreographed by Donald Driver.. 1981
9 Crossing Niagara - Book by Alonso Alegria. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1981) starring Alvin Epstein and Paul McCrane. Directed by Andre Ernotte.. 1981
9 Key Exchange - Book by Kevin Wade. Produced by The W.P.A. Theatre, etc. at the Orpheum Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Brooke Adams, Mark Blum and Ben Masters. Directed by Barnett Kellman.. 1981
9 Sugar Babies - Book by Ralph G. Allen (Based on traditional material - conceived by Ralph G. Allen and Harry Rigby) with music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Dorothy Fields and Al Dubin. Produced by Terry Allen Kramer and Harry Rigby (in association with Columbia Pictures) at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Mickey Rooney, Ann Miller, Sid Stone, Maxie Furman, etc. Directed and choreographed by Ernest Flatt. Songs include: "A Good Old Burlesque Show," "Let Me Be Your Sugar Baby," "I Feel a Song Comin' On," "Immigration Rose," "Don't Blame Me," "Mr. Banjo Man," "Exactly Like You," "I Just Want To Be a Song and Dance Man," "You Can't Blame Your Uncle Sammy," etc.. 1981
9 Resurrection of Lady Lester, The - Book by Oyamo. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theater Club (NYC - 1981) starring Obaka Adedunyo, Randy Danson, Arthur French, Cleavon Little, etc. Directed by Andre Mtumi.. 1981
9 Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music - Concept by Lena Horne and Sherman Sneed. Produced by James M. Nederlander, Michael Frazer and Fred Walker (in association with Sherman Sneed and Jack Lawrence) at the Nederlander Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Lena Horne with musical director Linda Twine. Directed by Arthur Faria.. 1981
9 Woman of the Year - "A New Musical Comedy" by Peter Stone with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by at the Palace Theatre (NCY - 1981) starring Raquel Welch, Jamie Ross, Marilyn Cooper, Rex Everhart, etc. Directed by Robert Moore choreographed by Tony Charmoli. Songs include: "Woman of the Year," "See You in the Funny Papers," "So What Else is New," "The Two of Us," "Sometimes a Day Goes By," "The Grass is Always Greener," "We're Gonna Work It Out," etc.. 1981
9 Grown Ups - "A New Play" by Jules Feiffer. Produced by Mike Nichols and Emanuel Azenberg (with The Shubert Organization) at the Lyceum Theatre (NYC - 1981) starring Bob Dishy, Frances Sternhagen, Harold Gould, etc. Directed by John Madden.. 1981
9 Strange Snow - Book by Steve Metcalfe. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club Upstage (NYC - 1982) starring Christopher Curry, Dann Florek and Kaiulani Lee. Directed by Thomas Bullard.. 1982
9 Lydie Breeze - "A New Play" by John Guare. Produced by Roger S. Berlind and John Wulp at the American Place Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring James Cahill, Ben Cross, Robert Joy, Roberta Maxwell, Cynthia Nixon, Josef Summer and Madeleine Potter. Directed by Louis Malle.. 1982
9 Dreamgirls - Book and lyrics by Tom Eyen with music by Henry Krieger. Produced by Michael Bennett, Bob Avian, Geffen Records and The Shubert Organization at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Jennifer Holiday, Cleavant Derricks, Loretta Devine, Ben Harvey, etc. Directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett. Songs include: "And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going," "I Am Changing," "One Night Only," etc.. 1982
9 Sally and Marsha - Book by Sybille Pearson. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1982) starring Christine Baranski and Bernadette Peters. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 1982
9 Dresser, The - Book by Ronald Harwood. Produced by James M. Nederlander, Elizabeth I. McCann, Nelle Nugent and Warner Theatre Productions, Inc. (with Michael Codron) at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Tom Courtenay, Paul Rogers, Rachel Gurney, Marge Redmond, etc. Directed by Michael Elliott.. 1982
9 Gardenia - Book by John Guare. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1982) starring Robert Burke, Sam Waterston, James Woods, JoBeth Williams, Edward Hermann and Jarleth Conroy. Directed by Karrel Reisz.. 1982
9 Singular Life of Albert Nobbs, The - Book by Simone Benmussa (Translated by Barbara Wright). Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1982) starring Glenn Close, Lucinda Childs, Lynn Johnson, etc. Directed by Simone Benmussa.. 1982
9 Fox, The - "A New Play" by Allan Miller. Produced by Gene Feist and Michael Fried at the Roundabout Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Jenny O' Hara, Anthony Heald and Mary Layne. Directed by Allan Miller.. 1982
9 Torch Song Trilogy - Book by Harvey Fierstein. Produced by The Glines at the Little Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Harvey Fierstein, Court Miller, Estelle Getty, Fisher Stevens, etc. Directed by Peter Pope.. 1982
9 Doll's Life, A - A New Musical" with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green and music by Larry Grossman. Produced by Harold Prince, etc. at the Mark Hellinger Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring George Hearn, Betsy Joslyn, Peter Gallagher, Barbara Lang, etc. Directed by Harold Prince and choreographed by Larry Fuller. Songs include: "A Woman Alone," "Learn to Be Lonely," "Letter to the Children," etc.. 1982
9 Good - "A Play with Music" by C. P. Taylor. Produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company, etc. at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Alan Howard, Felicity Dean, Pip Miller, Kate Spiro, etc. Directed by Howard Davies.. 1982
9 Talking With - Book by Jane Martin. Produced by The Actors Theatre of Louisville and Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1982) starring Penelope Allen, Susan Cash, Lisa Goodman, Margo Martindale, etc. Directed by Jon Jory.. 1982
9 Nine - "The Musical" by Arthur Kopit (Adapted from the Italian Mario Fratti) with music and lyrics by Maury Yeston. Produced by Michel Stuart, Harvey J. Klaris, etc. at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Raul Julia, Karen Akers, Taina Elg, Shelly Burch, Liliane Montevecchi, Anita Morris, Scott Grimes, etc. Directed by Tommy Tune. Songs include: "Guido's Song," "My Husband Makes Movies," "A Call From the Vatican," "The Bells of St. Sebastion," "I Can't Make This Movie," etc.. 1982
9 Twice Around the Park - "A New York Comedy" by Murray Schisgal. Produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, etc. at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach. Directed by Arthur Storch.. 1982
9 84 Charing Cross Road - Book by Helene Hanff. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen, Hildy Parks and Cynthia Wood at the Nederlander Theatre (NYC - 1982_ starring Ellen Burstyn, Joseph Maher, Jo Henderson, etc. Directed by James Roose-Evans.. 1982
9 Little Family Business, A - "The New Comedy" by Jay Presson Allen (Adapted from a play by Barillet and Gredy). Produced by Harry Saltzman, Arthur Cantor and Warner Theatre Productions, etc. at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 1982) starring Angela Lansbury, John McMartin, Hallie Foote, etc. Directed by Martin Charnin.. 1982
9 Agnes of God - Book by John Pielmeier. Produced by Kenneth Waissman, Lou Kramer and Paramount Theatre Productions at The Music Box (NYC- 1982) starring Elizabeth Ashley, Geraldine Page, and Amanda Plummer. Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg.. 1982
9 Pirates of Penzance, The - Book, music and lyrics by Gilbert and Sullivan. Produced by Joseph Papp at the Uris Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Kevin Kline, Linda Ronstadt, Estelle Parsons, George Rose, Rex Smith, etc. Directed by Wilford Leach and choreographed by Graciela Daniele.. 1983
9 Elba - Book by Vaughn McBride. Produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1983) starring Audra Lindley, Ann Wedgeworth, James Whitmore, etc. Directed by Tom Bullard.. 1983
9 View From the Bridge, The - Book by Arthur Miller. Produced by Zev Bufman, Sidney Shlenker and The Long Wharf Theatre at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Tony Lo Bianco, Rose Gregorio, James Hayden, Robert Prosky, etc. Directed by Arvin Brown.. 1983
9 On the Swing Shift - Produced by Lynne Meadow with music by Michael Dansicker and lyrics by Sarah Schlesinger at the Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1983) starring Kay Cole, Ann-Ngaire Martin and Valerie Perri. Directed by Martin Charnin and choreographed by Janie Sell.. 1983
9 Passion - Book by Peter Nichols. Produced by Richmond Crinkley, Eve Skina, etc. at the Longacre Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Frank Langella, Cathryn Damon, Bob Gunton, etc. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.. 1983
9 Taking My Turn - "A Musical Celebration" (Based on writings by people in their prime) with music by Gary William Friedman and lyrics by Will Holt. Produced by Richard Seader, Joanne Cummings, etc. at the Entermedia Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Margaret Whiting, Marni Nixon, Cissy Houston, Tiger Haynes, etc. Directed by Robert H. Livingston and choreographed by Douglas Norwick. Songs include: "This is My Song," "Do You Remember?," "Taking Our Turn," etc.. 1983
9 True West - Book by Sam Shepard. Produced by Harold Thau and Wayne Adams (in association with Robert Courson, Jay J. Miller and Richard Sturgis) at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring James Belushi, Gary Cole, Bruce A. Jarchow and Mary Copple. Directed by Gary Sinise.. 1983
9 Brighton Beach Memoirs - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, Wayne M. Rogers, Radio City Music Hall Productions (in association with Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson) at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring J. Patrick Breen, Peter Michael Goetz, Fisher Stevens, etc. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1983
9 On Your Toes - Book by Rodgers and Hart and George Abbott with Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Produced by Alfred de Liagre, Jr., Roger L. Stevens, etc. at the Virginia Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Galina Panova, George S. Irving, Dina Merrill, Betty Ann Grove, etc. Directed by George Abbott with original choreography by George Balanchine (with additional choreography by Donald Saddler and Peter Martins). Songs include: "Two A Day for Keith," "The Three B's," "There's a Small Hotel," "Glad to Be Unhappy," "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue," etc.. 1983
9 Zorba - "The Musical" by Joseph Stein (Based on the novel by Nikos Kazntzakis) with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. Produced by Barry and Fran Weissler and Kenneth-John Productions at the Broadway Theatre (NYC -1983) starring Anthony Quinn, Lila Kedrova, Taro Meyer, Debbie Shapiro, etc. Directed by Michael Cacoyannis and choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Songs include: "Life Is," "For the First Time," "No Boom Boom," "Only Love," "Bells," "Y' assu," "Why Can't I Speak," etc.. 1983
9 My One and Only - "The New Gershwin Musical" by Peter Stone and Timothy S. Mayer with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Produced by Paramount Theatre Productions, etc. at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring Twiggy, Tommy Tune, Charles "Honi" Coles, Bruce McGill, Denny Dillon, Will Blankenship, Roscoe Lee Browne, etc. Directed and choreographed by Thommie Walsh and Tommy Tune. Songs include: "He Loves and She Loves," "I Can't Be Bothered Now," "'S Wonderful," "Strike Up the Band," "Nice Work if You Can Get It," "My One and Only," "Funny Face," "Kickin' the Clouds Away," "How Long Has This Been Going On?', etc.. 1983
9 La Cage Aux Folles - "The Broadway Musical" by Harvey Fierstein with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Allan Carr, etc. at the Palace Theatre (NYC - 1983) starring George Hearn, Gene Barry, Jay Garner, Brian Kelly, etc. Directed by Arthur Laurents and choreographed by Scott Salmon. Songs include: "With You on My Arm," "Song of the Sand," "La Cage Aux Folles," "I Am What I Am," "The Best of Times," etc.. 1983
10 Galas - "A Modern Tragedy" by Charles Ludlam. Produced by The Ridiculous Theatrical Company at One Sheridan Square (NYC - 1984) starring Charles Ludlam, Everett Quinton, Emilio Cubeiro, etc. Directed by Charles Ludlam.. 1984
10 Noises Off - "A New Comedy " by Michael Frayn. Produced by James Nederlander, Robert Fryer, etc. at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring Dorothy Loudon, Brian Murray, Paxton Whitehead, Victor Garber, Linda Thorson, Amy Wright, Deborah Rush, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore.. 1984
10 Isn't It Romantic - Book by Wendy Wasserstein. Produced by Andre Bishop at Playwright's Horizons (NYC - 1984) starring Lisa Barnes, Tom Robbins, Peg Murray, etc. Directed by Gerald Gutierrez.. 1984
10 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - Book by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Produced by Angelo Del Rossi at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1984) starring Davis Gaines, Wayne Bryan, Willy Falk, Tom Carder, etc. Directed and choreographed by Tony Tanner. Songs include: "Any Dream Will Do," "Close Every Door," "Joseph All the Time," "One More Angel in Heaven," etc.. 1984
10 Real Thing, The - Book by Tom Stoppard. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, The Shubert Organization, etc. at the Plymouth Playhouse (NYC - 1984) starring Jeremy Irons, Glenn Close, Christine Baranski, Kenneth Walsh, Yardley Smith, Peter Gallagher and Vyto Ruginis. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1984
10 Painting Churches - Book by Tina Howe. Produced by Elizabeth I. McCann, Nelle Nugent, Ray Larsen, etc. at the Lamb's Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring Joanne Camp, George N. Martin and Marian Seldes. Directed by Carole Rothman.. 1984
10 Sunday in the Park With George - "A Musical" by James Lapine with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by The Shubert Organization and Emanuel Azenberg at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Charles Kimbrough, Dana Ivey, Mary D' Arcy, Brent Spiner, etc. Directed by James Lapine and choreographed by Randolyn Zinn. Songs include: "No Life," "Color and Light," "Gossip," "The Day Off," "Beautiful," "Sunday," "Putting It Together," "Children and Art," etc.. 1984
10 Nest of the Wood Grouse, The - Book by Victor Rozov (Translated by Susan Layton). Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Newman Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring Phoebe Cates, Julie Cohen, Mary Beth Hurt, Anne Jackson, Rebecca Schull, Eli Wallach, etc. Directed by Joseph Papp.. 1984
10 Gotta Getaway! - "A Magical Musical" produced at the Radio City Music Hall (NYC - 1984) starring Liliane Montevecchi, Tony Azito, Loretta Devine, Alyson Reed, The Rockettes and Rona and Joy Holiday. Directed and choreographed (with Marianne Selbert) by Larry Fuller.. 1984
10 Hurlyburly - "A New Play" by David Rabe. Produced by Icarus Productions, Frederick M. Zollo, etc. at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1984) starring William Hurt, Judith Ivey, Harvey Keitel, Cynthia Nixon, Ron Silver, Jerry Stiller and Sigourney Weaver. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1984
10 Twelfth Night - or "What You Will" by William Shakespeare with music composed by John Richard Lewis. Produced by William Spencer Reilly, and Lindsay Gambini at The Triplex (NYC - 1984) starring Mark Benninghofen, Hewitt Brooks, Amanda Carlin, etc. Directed by Andy Wolk.. 1984
10 Guys and Dolls - "A Musical Fable of Broadway" by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Produced by Angelo Del Rossi at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1984) starring Jack Carter, Larry Kert, Susan Powell, Lenora Nemetz, Dick Sabol, James Harwood, Jack Harrold, etc. Directed and choreographed by Robert Johanson. Songs include: "The Oldest Established," "A Bushel and a Peck," "Guys and Dolls," "If I We're a Bell," "I've Never Been in Love Before," "Luck Be a Lady Tonight," "Sue Me," "Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat," etc.. 1984
10 Side by Side by Sondheim - "A Musical Entertainment" produced by Angelo Del Rossi (with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and music by Leonard Bernstein, Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers and Jules Styne) at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1985) starring Larry Kert, Helen Gallagher, Judy Kaye and George Rose. Directed and choreographed by Robert Johanson. Songs include; "Comedy Tonight," "Another Hundred People," "Broadway Baby," "Send in the Clowns," "Losing My Mind," "I'm Still Here," "Side by Side by Side," etc.. 1984
10 Pack of Lies - "A New Play" by Hugh Whitemore. Produced by Arthur Cantor, Bonnie Nelson Schwartz, etc. at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Rosemary Harris, Dana Ivey, George N. Martin, Colin Fox, Tracy Pollan, etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.. 1985
10 Tap Dance Kid, The - Book by Charles Blackwell (Based on the novel NOBODY'S FAMILY IS GOING TO CHANGE by Louise Fitzhugh) with music by Henry Krieger and lyrics by Robert Lorick. Produced by Stanley White, Evelyn Baron, Harvey J. Klaris and Michel Stuart at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Hinton Battle, Gail Nelson, Ira Hawkins, Savion Glover, Alan Weeks, etc. Directed by Vivian Matalon and choreographed by Danny Daniels. Songs include: "Another Day," "Dancing is Everything," "Man in the Moon," "My Luck is Changing," "Tap Tap," "Class Act," etc.. 1985
10 Biloxi Blues - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, etc. at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 1985) staring Matthew Broderick, Randall Edwards, Bill Sadler, Barry Miller, Penelope Ann Miller, Allan Ruck, etc. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1985
10 Aren't We All - "A Comedy" by Frederick Lonsdale. Produced by Douglas Urbanski, Karl Allison, etc. At the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert, Lynn Redgrave, George Rose, Jeremy Brett, etc. Directed by Clifford Williams.. 1985
10 Arms and the Man - Book by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by Theodore Mann at the Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Kevin Kline, Raul Julia, Glenne Headly, Louis Zorich, etc. Directed by John Malkovich.. 1985
10 Mystery of Irma Vep, The - "A Penny Dreadful" by Charles Ludlam. Produced by The Ridiculous Theatrical Company at One Sheridan Square (NYC - 1985) starring Charles Ludlam and Everett Quinton. Directed by Charles Ludlam.. 1985
10 Foreigner, The - "A New American Comedy" by Larry Shue. Produced by John A. McQuiggan at the Astor Place Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Alan Brooks, Kathleen Claypool, Anthony Heald, etc. Directed by Jerry Zaks.. 1985
10 Song and Dance - Book by Andrew Lloyd Webber with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh, The Shubert Organization, etc. at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Bernadette Peters, Christopher d' Amboise, Charlotte d' Amboise, Gregg Burge, etc. Directed by Richard Maltby and choreographed by Peter Martins. Songs include: "Take That look Off Your Face," "So Much To Do In New York," "English Girls," "Capped Teeth and Caesar Salad," "I Love New York," "Let Me Finish," etc.. 1985
10 Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, The - Book by Jane Wagner. Produced by Tomlin and Wagner Theatricalz at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Lily Tomlin. Directed by Jane Wagner.. 1985
10 Doubles - "A New Comedy" by David Wiltse. Produced by Multi Production Partnership, etc. at the Ritz Theatre (NYC - 1985) starring Keir Dullea, Cliff Gorman, Robert Reed, Charles Repole, Kate Collins and Nicholas Wyman. Directed by Morton Da Costa.. 1985
10 I'm Not Rappaport - Book by Herb Gardner. Produced by James Walsh, Lewis Allen and Martin Heinfling at the American Place Theatre (NYC - 1985) staring Judd Hirsch, Cleavon Little, Mercedes Ruehl, etc. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.. 1985
10 Winter's Tale, The - Book by William Shakespeare. Produced by June Dunbar at the Lincoln Center Institute (NYC - 1985) starring Hewitt Brooks, Melody Combs, Bradley Kane, etc. Directed by Andy Wolk.. 1985
10 Benefactors - Book by Michael Frayn. Produced by James M. Nederlander, Robert Fryer, Douglas Urbanski, etc. at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Sam Waterston, Glenn Close, Mary Beth Hurt and Simon Jones. Directed by Michael Blakemore.. 1986
10 Jerry's Girls - "A Broadway Entertainment" with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Zev Bufman and Kenneth-John Productions at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Dorothy Loudon, Chita Rivera, Leslie Uggams, Kim Crosby, etc. Directed by Larry Alford and choreographed by Wayne Cilento. Songs include: "Put On Your Sunday Clothes', "It Only Takes a Moment," "We Need a Little Christmas," "Tap Your Troubles Away," "Bosom Buddies," "Shalom," "Hello, Dolly!," "Just Go To the Movies," "Time Heals Everything," "Mame," "The Best of Times," etc.. 1986
10 Singin' in the Rain - Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green(Based on the MGM film with original choreography by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen) with songs by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed. Produced by Maurice Rosenfield, Lois Rosenfield and Cindy Pritzker , Inc. at the Gershwin Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Don Correia, Mary D' Arcy, Peter Slutsker, Faye Grant, etc. Directed and choreographed by Twyla Tharp. Songs include: "Fit as a Fiddle," "Temptation," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "Be a Clown," "You Are My Lucky Star," "Moses Supposes," "Good Morning," "Singin' in the Rain," "Would You?," "Rag Doll," "Broadway Rhythm," etc.. 1986
10 Mystery of Edwin Drood, The - "A New Musical" with book (Suggested by the unfinished novel by Charles Dickins), music and lyrics by Rupert Holmes. Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival at the Imperial Theatre (NYC _ 1986) starring George Rose, Loretta Swit, Donna Murphy, etc. Directed by Wilford Leach and choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Songs include: "There You Are," "Moonfall," "A British Subject," "I Wouldn't Say No," "No Good Can Come From Bad," "The Garden Path to Hell," etc.. 1986
10 Social Security - "A New Comedy" by Andrew Bergman. Produced by David Geffin and The Shubert Organization at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Marlo Thomas, Ron Silver, Joanna Gleason, Olympia Dukakis, etc. Directed by Mike Nichols.. 1986
10 Perfect Party, The - Book by A.A. Gurney, Jr. Produced by Nicholas Benton, Stanley Flink, etc. at the Astor Place Theater (NYC - 1986) starring Marilyn Cooper, Stephen Pearlman, etc. Directed by John Tillinger.. 1986
10 You Never Can Tell - Book by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by Theodore Mann at the Circle in the Square Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Philip Bosco, Victor Garber, Stefan Gierasch, Uta Hagen, Amanda Plummer, John David Cullum, Stephen McHattie, etc. Directed by Stephen Porter.. 1986
10 Sweet Charity - "The Musical Comedy" by Neil Simon with music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Produced by Jerome Minskoff. James M. Nederlander, Arthur Rubin and Joseph Harris at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Ann Reinking, Michael Rupert, Bebe Neuwirth, Allison Williams, etc. Directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. Songs include: "Big Spender," "Rich Man's Frug," "If My Friends Could See Me Now," "Too Many Tomorrows," "There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This," "Rhythm of Life," "Baby Dream Your Dream," "Where Am I Going," "I'm a Brass Band," "I Love to Cry at Weddings," etc.. 1986
10 Smile - "The Musical" with book and lyrics by Howard Ashman and music by Marvin Hamlisch. Produced by Lawrence Gordon, Richard M. Kagan and Sidney L. Shlenker at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Marsha Waterbury, Jeff McCarthy, Jodi Benson, Dick Patterson, etc. Directed by Howard Ashman and choreographed by Mary Kyte. Songs include: "Disneyland," "Shine,' "Young and American," Pretty as a Picture," etc.. 1986
10 World According to Me, The - Written and created by Jackie Mason. Produced by Nick Vanoff at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1986) starring Jackie Mason. Directed by Ron Clark.. 1986
10 Me and My Girl - Book and lyrics by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber (Revised by Stephen Fry) with music by Noel Gay. Produced by Richard Armitage, Terry Allen Kramer, etc. at the Marquis Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Robert Lindsay, Maryann Plunkett, George S. Irving, Jane Connell, etc. Directed by Mike Ockrent and choreographed by Gillian Gregory. Songs include: "Me and My Girl," "The Lambeth Walk," "Once You Lose Your Heart," "Leaning on a Lamppost," etc.. 1987
10 Broadway Bound - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Linda Lavin, Jonathan Silverman, Jason Alexander, John Randolph, Phyllis Newman and Philip Sterling. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1987
10 Fences - "A New Drama" by august Wilson. Produced by Charles Shorenstein Hays and The Yale Repertory Theatre at the 46th Street Theatre (NYC _ 1987) starring James Earl Jones, Mary Alice, Courtney B. Vance, etc. Directed by Lloyd Richards.. 1987
10 Gershwin Celebration, The - "A Concert Presentation of OF THEE I SING and LET 'EM EAT CAKE with book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Produced by Harry Lichtenstein at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (NY - 1987) starring Jack Gilford, Larry Kert, Maureen McGovern, Paige O' Hara, etc. Music conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas. Directed by Maurice Levine. Songs include: "Down With Everyone Who's Up," "Climb Up the Social Ladder," "Why Speak of Money," "Let "em Eat Cake," "Wintergreen for President," "The Dimple on My Knee," "Never Was There a Girl So Fair," "Love is Sweeping the Country," "Of Thee I Sing," "Who Cares?," etc.. 1987
10 Liasons Dangereuses, Les - Book by Christopher Hampton (From the novel by Choderlos de Laclos). Produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Jean Anderson, Lucy Aston, Alan Rickman, Hugh Simon, etc. Directed by Howard Davies.. 1987
10 Driving Miss Daisy - Book by Alfred Uhry. Produced by The Daisy Company and Playwrights Horizons at the John Houseman Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Morgan Freeman, Dana Ivey and Ray Gill. Directed by Ron Lagomarsino.. 1987
10 Mort Sahl on Broadway - Produced by James L. Nederlander and Arthur Rubin at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Mort Sahl. .. 1987
10 Burn This - Book by Lanford Wilson. Produced by The Circle Repertory Company and the Mark Taper Forum at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring John Malkovich, Joan Allen, Jonathan Hogan and Lou Liberatore. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.. 1987
10 Miserables, Les - "A Musical" by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg (Based on the novel by Victor Hugo) with music by Claude -Michel Schonberg and lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer. Produced by Cameron mackintosh at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 1987) starring Colm Wilkinson, Terence Mann, William Solo, Randy Graff, etc. Directed and adapted by Trevor Nunn and John Caird. Songs include: "I Dreamed a Dream," "Look Down," "One Day More," "A Heart Full of Love," "On My Own," "Bring Him Home," etc.. 1987
11 Anything Goes - Original book by Guy Bolton, P.G. Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse - New book by Timothy Crouse and John Weidman with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Produced by Gregory Mosher and Bernard Gersten a Lincoln Center (NYC - 1988) starring Patti LuPone, Howard McGillin, Bill McCutcheon, Rex Everhart, Anthony Heald, etc. Directed by Jerry Zaks and choreographed by Michael Smuin.. 1988
11 M. Butterfly - "A New Play" by David Henry Hwang. Produced by Stuart Ostrow and David Geffin at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring John Lithgow, Joh Getz, B.D. Wong, etc. Directed by John Dexter.. 1988
11 Mack and Mabel - Book by Michael Stewart with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by Angelo Del Rossi at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1988) starring Lee Horsley, Janet Metz, Dorothy Stanley, Ed Evanko, etc. Directed by Robert Johanson and choreographed by Scott Salmon. Songs include: "Movies Were Movies," "I Won't Send Roses," "I Wanna Make the World Laugh," "When Mabel Comes in the Room," "Time Heals Everything," "Tap Your Troubles Away," "I Promise You a Happy Ending," etc.. 1988
11 Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune - Book by Terence McNally. Produced by The Manhattan Theatre Club, etc. at the Westside Arts Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring Bonnie Franklin and Tony Musante. Directed by Paul Benedict.. 1988
11 Speed the Plow - Book by David Mamet. Produced by the Lincoln Center Theater, etc. at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1988) starring David Rasche, Felicity Huffman and Bob Balaban. Directed by Gregory Mosher.. 1988
11 Rumors - "A Farce" by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg at the Broadhurst Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Christine Baranski, Andre Gregory, Ron Liebman, Larry Linville, Joyce Van Patten, Jessica Walter, etc. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1989
11 Eastern Standard - Book by Richard Greenberg. Produced by Jessica Levy and The Manhattan Theatre Club at the John Golden Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Dylan Baker, Patricia Clarkson, Kevin Conroy, Peter Frechette, Barbara Garrick and Anne Meara. Directed by Michael Engler.. 1989
11 Shenandoah - Book by James Lee Barrett, Peter Udell and Philip Rose with music by Gary Geld and lyrics by Peter Udell. Produced by Angelo Del Rossi at the Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ - 1989) starring Timothy Nolan, Brent Barrett, Malcolm Gets, Dule Hill, Sean McDermott, etc. Directed by Robert Johanson and choreographed by Susan Stroman. Songs include: "Raise The Flag of Dixie," "I've Heard It all Before," "Next to Lovin' (I Like Fightin')," "Meditation," "Violets and Silverbells," "Freedom," "The Only Home I Know," "Pass the Cross to Me," etc.. 1989
11 Shirley Valentine - Book by Willy Russell. Produced by The Really Useful Theatre Company, Inc. and Bob Swash at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Pauline Collins. Directed by Simon Callow.. 1989
11 Other People's Money - "The Ultimate Seduction" by Jerry Sterner. Produced by Jeffrey Ash, The Hartford Stage Company, etc. at the Minetta Lane Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Kevin Conway, Scotty Bloch, Arch Johnson, etc. Directed by Gloria Muzio.. 1989
11 Gypsy - Book by Arthur Laurents with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced by Jujamcyn Theatre, etc. at the St. James Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Tyne Daly, Jonathan Hadary, Robert Lambert, Jana Robbins, Christa Moore, etc. Directed by Arthur Laurents and choreographed (from the original choreography of Jerome Robbins) by Bonnie Walker. Songs include: "Some People," "Small World," "You'll Never Get Away From Me," "All I Need is the Girl," "Everything's Coming Up Roses," "Together, Wherever We Go," "You Gotta Have a Gimmick," "Let Me Entertain You," "Rose's Turn," etc.. 1989
11 Jerome Robbins' Broadway - Produced by The Shubert Organization etc. at the Imperial Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Terrence Mann, Susann Fletcher, Faith Prince, Charlotte d' Amboise, etc. Directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Songs include: "New York, New York," "Comedy Tonight," "I Still Get Jealous," "I'm Flying," "Mr. Monotony," etc.. 1989
11 Lend Me a Tenor - "A New Comedy" by Ken Ludwig. Produced by Martin Starger and The Really Useful Theatre Co., Inc. at the Royale Theater (NYC - 1989) starring Victor Garber, Ron Holgate, Philip Bosco, Tovah Feldshuh, Jane Connell, etc. Directed by Jerry Zaks.. 1989
11 Circle, The - "A Romantic Comedy" by W. Somerset Maugham. Produced by Elliot Martin, The Shubert Organization, etc. at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1989) starring Rex Harrison, Glynis Johns, Stewart Granger, Roma Downey, etc. Directed by Brian Murray.. 1989
11 Tru - Book (From the words and works of Truman Capote) by Jay Presson Allen. Produced by Lewis Allen, David Brown, etc. at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Robert Morse. Directed by Jay Presson Allen.. 1990
11 Heidi Chronicles, The - "A New Play" by Wendy Wasserstein. Produced by The Shubert Organization, etc. at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Brooke Adams, Tony Shalhoub, David Pierce, etc. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.. 1990
11 Six Degrees of Separation - Book by John Guare. Produced by Gregory Mosher at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1990) starring Stockard Channing, Courtney B. Vance, John Cunningham, Kelly Bishop, Evan Handler, John Cameron Mitchell, Stephen Pearlman, etc. Directed by Jerry Zaks.. 1990
11 Few Good Men, A - Book by Aaron Sorkin. Produced by David Brown, etc. at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Ron Perlman, Bradley Whitford, Pamela Blair, etc. Directed by Don Scardino.. 1990
11 City of Angels - Book by Larry Gelbart with music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by David Zippel. Produced by Nick Vanoff, Roger Berlind, etc. at the Virginia Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring James Naughton, Gregg Edelman, Randy Graff, James Cahill, Rene Auberjonois, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore and choreographed by Walter Painter. Songs include: "You're Nothing Without Me', "With Every Breath I Take," "All You Have to Do is Wait," etc.. 1990
11 Speed of Darkness, The - Book by Steve Tesich. Produced by Robert Whitehead, Roger L. Stevens, etc. at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Len Cariou, Stephen Lang, Lisa Eichhorn, Kathryn Erbe and Robert Sean Leonard. Directed by Robert Falls.. 1990
11 Jackie Mason: Brand New - Produced by Old Friends Group at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Jackie Mason.. 1990
11 Lost in Yonkers - "A New Play" by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (NYC - 1990) starring Irene Worth, Mercedes Ruehl, Kevin Spacey, Danny Gerard, Mark Blum, etc. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1990
11 Will Rogers Follies, The - "A Life in Revue" by Peter Stone with music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Produced by Pierre Cossette, etc. at the Palace Theater (NYC - 1991) starring Keith Carradine, Dick Hoty, Dick Latessa, Gregory Peck (as the voice of "Mr. Ziegfeld"), etc. Directed and choreographed by Tommy Tune. Songs include: "Will-a-Mania," "Give a Man Enough Rope," "My Unknown Someone," "Without You," "Never Met a Man I Didn't Like," etc.. 1991
11 And the World Goes 'Round - "The Songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb" produced by The McMartin Theatre, etc. at the Westside Theatre (NYC - 1991) starring Joel Blum, Terry Burrell, Bob Cuccioli, Marin Mazzie and Karen Ziemba. Directed by Scott Ellis and choreographed by Susan Stroman. Songs include: "Yes," "Coffee in a Cardboard Cup," "My Coloring Book," "All That Jazz," "How Lucky Can You Get," "Ring Them Bells," "Maybe This Time," Cabaret," etc.. 1991
11 Catskills on Broadway - Conceived by Freddie Roman. Produced by Kenneth D. Greenblatt, Stephen D. Fish and 44 Productions at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Freddie Roman, Marilyn Michaels, Mal Z. Lawrence and Dick Capri. Directed by Larry Arrick.. 1992
11 Jake's Women - "A New Play" by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Alan Alda, Helen Shaver, Talia Balsam, Kate Burton, Joyce Van Patten, Tracy Pollen, Brenda Vaccaro and Genia Michaela. Directed by Gene Saks.. 1992
11 Groundlings Con Carne - "Comedy That Sticks to Your Ribs" produced by The Groundlings at The Groundlings Theater (Los Angeles - 1992) starring Tim Bagley, Jim Doughan, Lisa Kudrow, Mark Steen, etc. Directed by Phyllis Katz.. 1992
11 Conversations With My Father - Book by Herb Gardner. Produced by James Walsh at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Judd Hirsch, David Margulies, James Sutorius, Jason Biggs, Alan North, Marilyn Sokol, etc. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.. 1992
11 Beau Jest - "A Romantic Comedy" by James Sherman. Produced by Arthur Cantor, Carol Ostrow and Libby Adler Mages at the Lamb's Theatre (NYC - 1992) starring Larry Fleischman, Tom Hewitt, John Michael Higgins, etc. Directed by Dennis Zacek.. 1992
11 Remembrance - Book by Graham Reid. Produced by David G. Richenthal at the John Houseman Theatre (NYC - 1993) starring Milo O' Shea, Frances Sternhagen, Mia Dillon, etc. Directed by Terence Lamude.. 1993
11 Sisters Rosensweig, The - "A New Play" by Wendy Wasserstein. Produced by The Lincoln Center Theater (NYC - 1993) starring Jane Alexander, Madeline Kahn, Robert Klein, Christine Estabrook and John Vickery. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.. 1993
11 Family Secrets - Book by Sherry Glaser and Greg Howells. Produced by David Stone, Irene Pinn, etc. at the Westside Theatre (NYC - 1993) starring Sherry Glaser. Directed by Greg Howells.. 1993
11 Cyrano - "The Musical" with book (Based on the play by Edmond Rostand) and lyrics by Koen Van Djik and music by Ad Van Djik. Produced by Joop Van Den Ende (in association with Peter T. Kulok) at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 1993) starring Bill Van Djik, Anne Runolfsson, Ed Dixon, Timothy Nolen, etc. Directed by Eddy Habbema. Songs include: "One Fragment of a Moment," "Cyrano's Story," "Balcony Scene, " "Moonsong," etc.. 1993
11 Sally Marr…And Her Escorts - "A New Play" (Suggested by the life of Sally Marr) by Joan Rivers, Erin Sanders and Lonny Price. Produced by 44 Productions, etc. at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1994) starring Joan Rivers, Jonathan Brody, Ken Nagy and Valerie Wright. Directed by Lonny Price.. 1994
11 Beauty and the Beast - Book by Linda Woolverton with music by Alan Menken and lyrics Howard Ashman and Tim Rice. Produced by Walt Disney Productions at the Palace Theatre (NYC - 1994) starring Susan Egan, Chuck Wagner, Beth Fowler, Gary Beach, Tom Bosley, etc. Directed by Robert Jess Roth and choreographed by Matt West. Songs include: "Belle," "Be Our Guest," "Beauty and the Beast," etc.. 1994
11 Carousel - Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and music by Richard Rodgers. Produced by The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization, etc. at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1994) starring Michael Hayden, Sally Murphy, Audra Ann McDonald, Shirley Verrett, etc. Directed by Nicholas Hytner and choreographed by Sir Kenneth Mac Millan. Songs include: "If I Loved You," "June is Bustin' Out All Over," "Soliloquy," "You'll Never Walk Alone," etc.. 1994
11 Blood Brothers - "A Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Wily Russell. Produced by Bill Kenwright at The Music Box Theatre (NYC - 1994) starring Carole King, Philip Lehl, Adrian Zmed, etc. Directed by Bill Kenwright and Bob Tomson. Songs include: "Marilyn Monroe," "Shoes Upon the Table," "Tell me Its Not True," etc.. 1994
11 That's Life - "A New Musical Revue" produced by The Jewish Repertory Theatre at Playhouse 91 (NYC - 1994) starring Susan DiLallo, Dan Kael, Glenn Slater, David Beach, etc. Directed and choreographed by Helen Butleroff. Songs include: "Tap My Potential," "Rhinoplasty," "We All Could Be Jewish If We Tried a Little Harder, " "Jews in Groups," etc.. 1994
11 Hapgood - Book by Tom Stoppard. Produced by Andre Bishop and Bernard Gerstein at Lincoln Center (NYC - 1995) starring Stockard Channing, Clifton Davis, David Lansbury, Josef Sommer, David Strathairn, etc. Directed by Jack O' Brien.. 1995
11 Politically Incorrect - Written and created by Jackie Mason. Produced by Jyll Rosenfeld at the Golden Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Jackie Mason.. 1995
11 Sunset Boulevard - Book (Based on the Billy Wilder film) and lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Produced by The Really Useful Company at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Glenn Close, Alan Campbell, Alice Ripley, George Hearn, etc. Directed by Trevor Nunn and choreographed by Bob Avian. Songs include: "With One Look," "The Greatest Star of All," "Every Movie's a Circus," "This Time Next Year," "The Perfect Year," "As If We Never Said Goodbye," "Girl Meets Boy," "New Ways to Dream," "Surrender," etc.. 1995
11 Indiscretions - aka LES PARENTS TERRIBLES by Jean Cocteau (Translated by Jeremy Sams). Produced by The Shubert Organization, etc. at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Jude Law and Cynthia Nixon. Directed by Sean Matthias.. 1995
11 Having Our Say - "A Play" (Adapted from the book by Sarah l. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany) by Emily Mann. Produced by Camille O. Cosby and Judith Rutherford James at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Novella Nelson, Frances Foster and Amy Hill Hearth. Directed by Emily Mann.. 1995
11 Sylvia - "A Romantic Comedy" by A. R. Gurney. Produced by Lynne Meadow and The Manhattan Theatre Club (NYC - 1995) starring Jan Hooks, John Cunningham, Mary Beth Peil and Derek Smith. Directed by John Tillinger.. 1995
11 Heiress, The - Book by Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Produced by Lincoln Center Theatre, etc. at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 1995) starring Cherry Jones, Remak Ramsay, Frances Sternhagen, Richard Thompson, Patricia Conolly, etc. Directed by Gerald Gutierrez.. 1995
12 Master Class - Book by Terrence McNally. Produced by Robert Whitehead, Lewis Allen and Spring Sirkin at the Golden Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Zoe Caldwell, Audra McDonald, Karen Kay Cody, David Loud and Jay Hunter Morris. Directed by Leonard Foglia.. 1996
12 Mrs. Klein - "A New Play" by Nicholas Wright. Produced by David Richenthal, Lucille Lortel, Anita Howe-Waxman and Jeffrey Ash at the Lucille Lortel Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Uta Hagen, Amy Wright and Laila Robins. Directed by William Carden.. 1996
12 Delicate Balance, A - Book by Edward Albee. Produced by Andre Bishop, Bernard Gersten and Lincoln Center Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Rosemary Harris, George Grizzard, Elaine Stritch, Rosemary Murphy, Mary Beth Hurt and John Carter. Directed by Gerald Gutierrez.. 1996
12 Ideal Husband, An - Book by Oscar Wilde. Produced by Bill Kenwright and The Peter Hall Company at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Martin Shaw, Anna Carteret, Madeleine Potter, David Yelland, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, etc. Directed by Peter Hall.. 1996
12 Love Thy Neighbor - Book by Jackie Mason. Produced by Abe Hirschfeld at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Jackie Mason.. 1996
12 Old Wicked Songs - "A New Play" by Jon Marans. Produced by Daryl Roth and Jeffrey Ash (in association with The Barrow Group) at the Promenade Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Hal Robinson and Justin Kirk. Directed by Seth Barrish.. 1996
12 Taking Sides - Book by Ronald Harwood. Produced by Alexander H. Cohen, Max Cooper and Duncan C. Weldon at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (NYC - 1996) starring Ed Harris, Daniel Massey, Ann Dowd, etc. Directed by David Jones.. 1996
12 Victor/Victoria - Book by Blake Edwards with music by Henry Mancini and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse. Produced by Blake Edwards, etc. at the Marquis Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Julie Andrews, Tony Roberts, Michael Nouri, Rachel York, Richard B. Shull, Gregory Jbara, etc. Directed by Blake Edwards and choreographed by Rob Marshall. Songs include: "Paris By Night," "Le Jazz Hot," "Crazy World," "You and Me," "Almost a Love Song," "Chicago, Illinois," "Living in the Shadows," etc.. 1997
12 Last Night of Ballyhoo, The - Book by Alfred Uhry. Produced by Jane Harmon, Nina Keneally and Liz Oliver at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Arija Bareikis, Terry Beaver, Jessica Hecht, Stephen Largay, Paul Rudd and Celia Weston and Dana Ivey. Directed by Ron Lagomarsino.. 1997
12 Bermuda Avenue Triangle - "A New Comedy" by Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna. Produced by Starhearts Productions, Inc. etc. at the Promenade Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Renee Taylor, Jo Bologna, Nanette Fabray, Bonnie Farer, etc. Directed by Danny Daniels.. 1997
12 Life, The - "The New Musical" by David Newman, Ira Gasman and Cy Coleman with music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by Ira Gasman. Produced by Roger Berlind, Martin Richards, Cy Coleman and Sam Crothers at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 1997) starring Pamela Isaacs, Kevin Ramsey, Chuck Cooper, Sam Harris, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore and choreographed by Joey McKneely. Songs include: "Check It Out," "The Oldest Profession," "Why Don't They Leave Us Alone," "Easy Money," "The Hooker's Ball," "People Magazine," "Use What You Got," etc.. 1997
12 Smokey Joe's Café - "The Songs of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Produced by Richard Frankel, Thomas Viertel, etc. at the Virginia Theatre (NCY - 1997) starring Ken Ard, Adrian Bailey, James Beeks, etc. Directed by Jerry Zaks and choreographed by Joey McKneely. Songs include: "Kansas City," "Poison Ivy," "On Broadway," "That is Rock and Roll," "Yakity Yak," "Charlie Brown," "Loving You," "Treat Me Nice," "Hound Dog," "Love Potion # 9," "Jailhouse Rock," "Stand By Me," "Spanish Harlem," etc.. 1997
12 Jackie - "An American Life" by Gip Hoppe. Produced by Bob Cuillo, Roger Dean, Mark Schwartz and Jackie International, Inc. at the Belasco Theatre (NCY - 1998) starring Margaret Colin, Bill Camp, Derek Smith, etc. Directed by Gip Hoppe.. 1998
12 Honour - "A New Play" by Joanna Murray-Smith. Produced by Ron Kastner, Marcus Viscidi (in association New York Stage and Film) at the Belasco Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Jane Alexander, Laura Linney, Robert Foxworth, etc. Directed by Gerald Gitierez.. 1998
12 Beauty Queen of Leenane, The - Book by Martin McDonagh. Produced by The Atlantic Theater Company, etc. at the Walter Kerr Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Anna Manahan, Marie Mullen, Tom Murphy and Brian F. O' Byrne. Directed by Garry Hynes.. 1998
12 Power Plays - Book by Elaine May and Alan Arkin. Produced by Julian Schlossberg, Meyer Ackerman, etc. at the Promenade Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Alan Arkin, Elaine May, Jeannie Berlin and Anthony Arkin. Directed by Alan Arkin.. 1998
12 Scarlet Pimpernel, The - Book and lyrics by Nan Knighton (Based on the novel THE SCARLET PIMPERNAL by Baroness Orczy) with music by Frank Wildhorn. Produced by Radio City Entertainment, etc. at the Minskoff Theatre (NYC - 1998) starring Douglas Sills, Rex Smith, Rachel York, etc. Directed and choreographed by Robert Longbottom. Songs include: "Believe," "Into the Fire," "When I Look at You," "The Creation of Man," "Where's The Girl?," "You Are My Home," etc.. 1998
12 You're A Good Man, Charlie Musical - "The Broadway Musical" with book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner. Produced by Michael Leavitt, Fox Theatricals, etc. at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Roger Bart, Kristin Chenoweth, Ilana Levine, Stanley Wayne Matthis, Anthony Rapp and B.D. Wong. Directed by Michael Mayer and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Songs include: "My Blanket and Me," "The Red Baron," "Happiness," "Schroeder," "Snoopy," etc.. 1998
12 Peter Pan - or THE BOY WHO WOULDN'T GROW UP by Sir James Barrie with music by Moose Charlap and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Produced by McCoy/Rigby Entertainments, etc. at the Gershwin Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring Cathy Rigby, Paul Schoeffler, Elisa Sagardia, etc. Directed by Glenn Casale and choreographed by Patti Colombo. Songs include: "I Gotta Crow," "I'm Flying," "I Won't Grow Up," "Neverland," etc.. 1999
12 Dame Edna: The Royal Tour - "The Show That Listens" by Barry Humphries. Produced by Leonard Soloway, Chase Mishkin, etc. at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 1999) starring "Dame Edna Everage" (aka Barry Humphries) with Andrew Ross on the keyboards.. 1999
12 Dinner With Friends - Book by Donald Margulies. Produced by Mitchell Maxwell, Mark Balsam, etc. at the Variety Arts Theatre (NYC - 2000) starring Matthew Arkin, Lisa Emery, Kevin Kilner and Carolyn McCormick. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.. 2000
12 Fully Committed - Book by Becky Mode (Based on characters created by Becky Mode and Mark Setlock). Produced by David Stone, Jesse L. Martin, etc. at the Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC - 2000) starring Mark Setlock. Directed by Nicholas Martin.. 2000
12 Contact - Book by Susan Stroman and John Weidman. Produced by Andre Bishop and Bernard Gresten at Lincoln Center (NYC - 2000) starring Jason Antoon, Boyd Gaines, Jack Hayes, etc. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman.. 2000
12 Riverdance on Broadway - Produced by Abhann Productions (with music and lyrics by Michael O' Gorman) at the Gershwin Theater (NYC - 2000) starring Pat Roddy, Eileen Martin, Brian Kennedy, etc. Directed by John McColgan.. 2000
12 Tale of the Allergist's Wife, The - Book by Charles Busch. Produced by Lynne Meadow and The Manhattan Theatre Club at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (NYC - 2000) starring Linda Lavin, Tony Roberts, Michele Lee, etc. Directed by Lynne Meadow.. 2000
12 Kiss Me Kate - Book by Sam and Bella Spewack with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Produced by Roger Berlind and Roger Horchow at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Marin Mazzie, Burke Moses, Joann M. Hunter, Michael Berresse, etc. Directed by Michael Blakemore and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. Songs include: "Another O'p'nin, Another Show," "Why Can't You Behave," "Wunderbar," "So in Love," "we Open in Venice," "Tom, Dick or Harry," "I've Come to Wive it Wealthily in Padua," "I Hate Men," "were Thine That Special Face," "Too Darn Hot," "Where is the Life That Late I Led," "Always True to You in My Fashion," "Bianca," "Brush Up Your Shakespeare, " "Kiss Me Kate, " etc.. 2001
12 Dinner Party, The - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, Ira Pittelman, etc. at The Music Box (NYC - 2001) starring Henry Winkler, John Ritter, Len Cariou, Penny Fuller, Veanne Cox and Jan Maxwell. Directed by John Rando.. 2001
12 Music Man, The - Book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Produced by Dodger Theatricals, etc. at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Greg Bierko, Rebecca Luker, Joel Blum, Paul Benedict, etc. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman. Songs include: "Trouble," "Goodnight My Someone," "Seventy Six Trombones," "Marian the Librarian," "My White Knight," "Wells Fargo Wagon," "Gary Indiana," "Till There Was You," etc.. 2001
12 Class Act, A - Book by Linda Kline and Lonny Price with music and lyrics by Edward Kleban. Produced by The Manhattan Theatre Club, etc. at the Ambassador Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Lonny Price, Nancy Anderson, Jeff Blumenkrantz, Donna Bullock, Randy Graff, etc. Directed by Lonny Price and choreographed by Marguerite Derricks. Songs include: "Light on My Feet," "Mona," "Don't Do It Again," "Broadway Boogie Woogie," etc.. 2001
12 Gathering, The - "A New Play" by Arje Shaw. Produced by Martin Markinson, Lawrence S. Toppall, etc. at the Cort Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Hal Linden, Max Dworin, Sam Guncler, etc. Directed by Rebecca Taylor.. 2001
12 42nd Street - Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble with music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin. Produced by Dodger Theatricals, Joop van den Ende and Stage Holding at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts (NYC - 2001) starring Michael Cumpsty, Christine Ebersole, Mary Testa, etc. Directed by Mark Bramble and choreographed by Randy Skinner. Songs include: "Young and Healthy," "Shadow Waltz," "I Know Now," "You're Getting to Be A Habit With Me," "We're in the Money," "Lullaby of Broadway', "Shuffle Off to Buffalo," "42nd Street," etc.. 2001
12 Forbidden Broadway 2001: A Spoof Odyssey - Created and written by Phillip George and Gerard Alessandrini. Produced by John Freedson, Harriet Yellin and John B. Platt at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Carter Calvert, Michael West, Joel Carlton, Kristine Zbornik and Glenn Gordon. Directed by Gerard Alessandrini.. 2001
12 45 Seconds From Broadway - Book by Neil Simon. Produced by Emmanuel Azenberg, Scott Nederlander, etc. at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (NYC - 2001) starring Lewis J. Stadlen, Louis Zorich, Rebecca Schull, David Margulies, Marian Seldes, etc. Directed by Jerry Zaks.. 2001
12 Mamma Mia - Book by Catherine Johnson with music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus and some songs by Stig Anderson. Produced by Littlestar in association with Universal, etc. at the Winter Garden (NYC - 2002) starring Louise Pitra, David W. Keeley, Judy Kaye, etc. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast. Songs include: "Dancing Queen," "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do," "Mamma Mia," "S.O.S.," "Take a Chance on Me," "The Winner Takes It All," etc.. 2002
12 Fiddler on the Roof - Book (Based on Sholom Aleichem's stories) by Joseph Stein with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Declaire, Ltd, etc. at the Wilshire Theatre (Los Angeles - 2002) starring Theodore Bikel, Maureen Silliman, Eileen Tepper, etc. Directed and choreographed by Sammy Dallas Bayes. Songs include: "Tradition," "If I Were A Rich Man," "Matchmaker, Matchmaker," "To Life," "Sunrise, Sunset," "Do You Love Me?," etc.. 2002
12 Full Monty, The - "The Broadway Musical" by Terrence McNally with music and lyrics by David Yazbek. Produced by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Lindsay Law and Thomas Hall at the Eugene O' Neill Theatre (NYC _ 2002) starring Will Chase, Jane Connell, Lisa Datz, Annie Golden, Larry Marshall, etc. Directed by Jack O' Brien and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Songs include: "Big Ass Rock," "Michael Jordan's Ball," "You Rule My World," "Life with Harold," "Jeanette's Showbiz Number," "Breeze off the River," "Let It Go," etc.. 2002
12 Elaine Stritch at Liberty - Constructed by John Lahr. Produced by The Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival, etc. at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Elaine Stritch. Directed by George C. Wolfe.. 2002
12 Graduate, The - Book (Based on the novel by Charles Webb and the motion picture screenplay by Calder Willingham and Buck Henry) by Terry Johnson with songs by Paul Simon (Other music and songs by Barrington Pheloung and Original Artists). Produced by John Reid and Sacha Brooks at the Plymouth Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Kathleen Turner, Jason Biggs, Alicia Silverstone, etc.. 2002
12 Sweet Smell of Success - "A New Musical" by John Guare with music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Craig Carnelia. Produced by Clear Channel Entertainment, etc. at the Martin Beck Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring John Lithgow, Brian d' Arcy James, Kelli O' Hara, etc. Directed by Nicholas Hytner and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon. Songs include: "The Column," "Welcome to the Night," "Dirt," etc.. 2002
12 Proof - Book by David Auburn. Produced by The Manhattan Theatre Club, etc. at the Walter Kerr Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Patrick Tovatt, Josh Hamilton and Seana Kofoed. Directed by Daniel Sullivan.. 2002
12 Boys From Syracuse, The - New Book by Nicky Silver (Based on the original book by George Abbott) with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company at the American Airlines Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Jeffrey Broadhurst, Walter Charles, Fred Inkley, etc. Directed by Scott Ellis and choreographed by Rob Ashford. Songs include: "Dear Old Syracuse," "Falling in Love With Love," "The Shortest Day of the Year," "This Can't Be Love," etc.. 2002
12 Thoroughly Modern Millie - "The New Broadway Musical Comedy" by Richard Morris and Dick Scanlan (Original screenplay by Richard Morris for the Universal Pictures Film) with new music by Jeanine Tesori and new lyrics by Dick Scanlan. Produced by Michael Leavitt, Fox Theatricals, etc. at the Marquis Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Sheryl Lee Ralph, Harriet Harris, Marc Kudisch, Sutton Foster, etc. Directed by Michael Mayer and choreographed by Rob Ashford. Songs include: "Thoroughly Modern Millie," "Not For the Life of Me," "The Speed Test," "Only in New York," "Jimmy," "I'm Falling in Love With Someone," "What Do I Need With Love," "Forget About the Boy," "Muquin," etc.. 2002
12 Say Goodnight Gracie - "The Life, Laughter and Love of George Burns" by Rupert Holmes. Produced by William Franzblau, Jay H. Harris, etc. at the Helen Hayes Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Frank Gorshin. Directed by John Tillinger.. 2002
12 Boheme, La - Book by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica with music by Giacomo Puccini. Produced by Jeffrey Seller, Kenin McCollum, etc. at the Broadway Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Alfred Boe, Ben Davis, Lisa Hopkins, etc. Directed by Baz Luhrman.. 2002
12 Hairspray - Book by Mark O' Donnell and Thomas Meehan with music by Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman. Produced by Margo Lion, Adam Epstein, etc. at the Neil Simon Theatre (NYC - 2002) starring Marissa Jaret Winokur, Harvey Fierstein, Linda Hart, etc. Directed by Jack O' Brien and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Songs include: "Good Morning Baltimore," "The Nicest Kids in Town," "The Madison," "Welcome to the '60s," "Without Love," "Cooties," "You Can't Stop the Beat," etc.. 2002
12 Movin' Out - "A New Musical" conceived by Twyla Tharp with music and lyrics by Billy Joel. Produced by James L. Nederlander, etc. at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (NYC - 2003) starring Michael Cavanaugh, John Selya, Elizabeth Parkinson, David Gomez, etc. Directed and choreographed by Twyla Tharp. Songs include: "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me," "Movin' Out," "Uptown Girl," "We Didn't Start the Fire," "She's Got a Way," "The Stranger," "Angry Young Man," "Innocent Man," "Goodnight Saigon," "Only the Good Die Young," etc.. 2003
12 Wicked - Book by Winnie Holzman (Based on the novel by Gregory Maguire) with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Produced by Marc Platt, Universal Pictures, The Araca Group, Jon B. Platt and David Stone at the Gershwin Theatre (NYC - 2003) starring Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth, Carole Shelley, Joel Grey, etc. Directed by Joe Mantello and choreographed by Wayne Cilento. Songs include: "No One Mourns the Wicked," "The Wizard and I," "What is This Feeling," "Dancing Through Life," "A Sentimental Man," Defying Gravity," "Thank Goodness," "I'm Not That Girl," "No Good Deed," "For Good," etc.. 2003
12 Anna in the Tropics - Book by Nilo Cruz. Produced by Roger Berlind, Daryl Roth, Ray Larson and The McCarter Theatre Center at the Royale Theatre (NYC - 2003) starring Jimmy Smits, Victor Argo, Priscilla Lopez, etc. Directed by Emily Mann.. 2003
12 Retreat from Moscow, The - Book by William Nicholson. Produced by Susan Quint Gallin, Stuart Thompson, Ron Kastner, etc. at the Booth Theatre (NYC - 2004) starring Eileen Atkins, John Lithgow and Ben Chaplin. Directed by DANIEL Sullivan.. 2004
12 Wonderful Town - Book (Based upon the play MY SISTER EILEEN by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov and the stories by Ruth McKenney) by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov with music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Produced by Roger Berlind, Barry and Fran Weissler, etc. at Al Hirschfeld Theatre (NYC - 2004) starring Donna Murphy, Jennifer Westfeldt, David Margulies, Gregg Edelman, etc. Directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. Songs include: "Christopher Street," "Ohio," "What a Waste," "A Little Bit of Love," "Pass the Football," "Conga!," "Swing!," "It's Love," "Wrong Note Rag," etc.. 2004

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