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Old Globe Theatre San Diego, CA
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After twelve previews the Broadway production, directed by Schwartz and choreographed by Onna White, opened on May 14, 1978 at the 46th Street Theatre, where it ran for 24 performances.
It is a popular choice with regional theatre and summer stock companies.In 2008, Lin-Manuel Miranda was invited by Schwartz to contribute two new songs to a revised version that opened in May at the Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Florida.
While there is neither a unified plot nor a narrative thread carrying the action forward, each scene makes a smooth transition into the next, with each character's speech related in content to what precedes and follows it.The show was originally staged at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago.
Another production of the revised version is scheduled for March 2009 at The Old Globe in San Diego.Act I Opening - Stephen Schwartz All the Livelong Day (I Hear America Singing) - Stephen Schwartz, Lyrics after Walt Whitman "Hey Somebody" Reprise #1 - Stephen Schwartz Traffic Jam - James Taylor Lovin' Al - Micki Grant Neat To Be a Newsboy - Stephen Schwartz (Cut from the Broadway revival and all future productions.) Nobody Tells Me How - Mary Rodgers I'm Just Movin' - Stephen Schwartz Un Mejor Dia Vendra - James Taylor Just a Housewife - Craig Carnelia Millwork - James Taylor If I Could've Been - Micki GrantAct II "Hey Somebody" Reprise #2 - Stephen Schwartz The Mason - Craig Carnelia Brother Trucker - James Taylor It's an Art - Stephen Schwartz Joe - Craig Carnelia Cleanin' Women - Micki Grant Fathers and Sons - Stephen Schwartz Something to Point To (See That Building) - Craig CarneliaTony Award for Best Book of a Musical (nominee)Tony Award for Best Original Score (nominee)Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical (Boockvor and Everhart, nominees)Tony Award for Best Scenic Design (nominee)Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (nominee)Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical (nominee)Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (Landers and Sullivan, nominees)Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical (Lewis, winner; Nemetz, nominee)Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Director of a Musical (winner).
All of their monologues, in which they describe their daily routines and discuss their hopes and aspirations, are true stories derived from interviews with actual workers.
The cast included Barry Bostwick, Barbara Barrie, Didi Conn, Scatman Crothers, Barbara Hershey, Beth Howland, Charles Haid, Eileen Brennan, Rita Moreno, Edie McClurg, Charles Durning, Patti LaBelle, Jennifer Warnes, James Taylor, and Lynne Thigpen.