Very Good Eddie

Musical - Revival

Booth Theatre

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  • First Preview: December 19, 1975
  • Opening Date: December 21, 1975
  • Closing Date: September 5, 1976
  • Previews: 3
  • Performances: 304

Book: Guy Bolton, Philip Bartholomae

Music: Jerome Kern

Lyrics: Schuyler Green

Synopsis

Two couples of differing heights cross paths on a boat headed to a honeymoon inn in Poughkeepsie, accidentally trading partners in a farcical manner, in this intimate musical comedy that was one of a noted series Jerome Kern composed for the Princess Theatre.

 

Opening Night Cast

Russ Beasley Mr. Tayleurs Dumme
David Christmas Mr. Dick Rivers
Joel Craig M. de Rougemont
Karen Crossley Miss Chrystal Poole
Jon Engstrom Mr. Dyer Thurst
Spring Fairbank Mrs. Georgina Kettle
James Harder Steward
Al Cleveland
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Opening Night Production Credits

Guy Bolton Guy Bolton Book
  Jerome Kern Music
  Schuyler Green Lyricist
  Bill Gile Director
  Dan Siretta Dances and musical numbers staged
  Fred Voelpel Scenic Design
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Shows That Opened That Season: 1975 - 1976

 
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Awards


Drama Desk Award

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1976 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Virginia Seidel Nominee
1976 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical James Harder Nominee
1976 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Travis Hudson Nominee
1976 Outstanding Revival   Nominee

Theatre World

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1976 Theatre World Award Virginia Seidel Winner
1976 Theatre World Award Charles Repole Winner

Tony Award

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1976 Direction of a Musical Bill Gile Nominee
1976 Featured Actor in a Musical Charles Repole Nominee
1976 Featured Actress in a Musical Virginia Seidel Nominee
 
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