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The Drowsy Chaperone

The Drowsy Chaperone

by Lisa Lambert, Greg Morrison, Bob Martin and Don McKellar

Award-Winning, Comedy, Dance

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The Drowsy Chaperone

The Drowsy Chaperone




A musical that pays homage to the silly, predictable gems of the golden age of musical theatre.


Story:

The man in the chair leads the audience through the back stage and on-stage silliness of a little show he loves called "The Drowsy Chaperone."


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Composer

Composer and Lyricist
Lisa Lambert

Composer

Composer and Lyricist
Greg Morrison

Librettist

Librettist
Bob Martin

Librettist

Librettist
Don McKellar



  • Premiere

Broadway Premiere

Theatre
Marquis Theatre
Opening Night
May 1, 2006
Total Performances
674
Original Cast
Danny Burstein, Georgia Engel, Sutton Foster, Edward Hibbert, Troy Britton Johnson, Eddie Korbich, Garth Kravits, Jason Kravits, Beth Leavel, Kecia Lewis-Evans, Bob Martin, Jennifer Smith, Lenny Wolpe
Director
Casey Nicholaw
Choreographer
Casey Nicholaw
Musical Director
Phil Reno
Orchestrations
Larry Blank
Scenic Design
David Gallo
Costume Design
Gregg Barnes
Lighting Design
Ken Billington and Brian Monahan






CDs

CD
Original Broadway Cast Album


Sheetmusic

Sheetmusic
Vocal Selections


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Merchandise




2006 Tony Award Nominations

Best Original Score
Best Book of a Musical
Best Featured Actress in a Musical - Beth Leavel
Best Scenic Design of a Musical
Best Costume Design of a Musical
Best Musical
Best Actor in a Musical - Bob Martin
Best Actress in a Musical - Sutton Foster
Best Featured Actor in a Musical - Danny Burstein
Best Choreography
Best Direction of a Musical
Best Orchestrations
Best Lighting Design of a Musical

2006 Drama Desk Award Nominations

Outstanding Musical
Outstanding Book of a Musical
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical - Beth Leavel
Outstanding Lyrics
Outstanding Set Design of a Musical
Outstanding Music
Outstanding Costume Design
Outstanding Actor in a Musical - Bob Martin
Outstanding Actress in a Musical - Sutton Foster
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical - Eddie Korbich
Outstanding Choreography
Outstanding Director of a Musical
Outstanding Orchestrations
Outstanding Sound Design

2006 Theatre World Award Nominations

Bob Martin

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