Alice

Closed on the road (1978)

Credits See more credits

...
Director
...
Choreography

Cast Highlights

...
Alice
...
Charlie
...
Caterpillar
...
Bartender
...
Gryph
...
Waitress
...
A Carpenter
...
Chauffeur
...
Duchess
...
Lily White

See more

Musical Numbers


Act One

Delete Song Section

Are you sure that you want to delete this section?

×
  • Disco .... Entire Company
  • Hall of Mirrors Ballet .... Alice
  • Father William .... The Mushroom, Alice, The Mushroom People & The Caterpillar
  • Chess .... The Black Queen & The Chess Pieces
  • Workin' for the Man .... Tweedledum & Tweedledee
  • I Am Real .... Alice, The White King, Tweedledum & Tweedledee
  • Children Are .... The Duchess & The Cooks
  • Everybody's Mad .... The Cheshire Cat & His Girls
  • Alice .... The White Knight

Act Two

Delete Song Section

Are you sure that you want to delete this section?

×
  • Workin' for the Man (reprise) .... Tweedledum & Tweedledee
  • Fun and Games .... Entire Company
  • It's Lonely .... Alice
  • Lobster Rock .... Fish & Lobstars
  • I Am Real (reprise) .... Alice
  • Consider .... The Black Queen
  • Disco .... Entire Company

Additional Musical Numbers Lists

There are no additional song lists.

Trivia & History

The production cost $1.05 million. Co-producer Mike Nichols had $126,000 of his own money in the show. Lewis Allen, another co-producer, had $21,000. Other backers included Sam Cohn of International Creative Management ($21,000) and the photographer Richard Avedon ($56,000). Alvin Nederlander Associates invested $21,000 and Westward Productions (a subsidiary of Universal-MCA) put up the rest of the capitalization ($525,000). Many of the investors had put up money for the original Broadway production of Annie.

Alice played to 20% capacity houses throughout its entire Philadelphia run, and much of the audience was made up of subscriptions. The top ticket prices were $12.50–13.50 and it had a potential gross of $193,309.

As with many out-of-town flops, the show closed because of poor box office which was counted on to get the production to New York.

The show lost $250,000 in its Philadelphia run.

See more

Posters & Promo Art


Photos


Venues

Tryout Dates


Audio Recordings

Private Recordings

See more

Video Recordings

No videos listed.


Copyright ©2018 ovrtur.com