Cafe Crown

Original Broadway Production (1964)

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Dr. Irving Gilbert
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Mme. Cole
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Kaplan
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Mr. Toplitz
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Mendel Polan
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Hymie The Busboy
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Norma Roberts
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David Cole
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Lipsky
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Samuel Cole

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Overture
  • You're a Stranger in This Neighborhood .... Dr. GIlbert and Company
  • What's the Matter With Buffalo? .... Hymie, Dr. Gilbert and Ensemble
  • All Those Years .... David and Norma
  • Au Revoir Poland — Hello New York! .... Mme. Cole and the Lipsky Theatre Ensemble
  • Make the Most of Spring .... Mme. Cole
  • So Long As It Isn't Shakespeare .... Hymie and Samuel Cole
  • A LIfetime Love .... Samuel Cole and Mme. Cole
  • I'm Gonna Move .... David
  • A Mother's Heart .... Mme. Cole, Sarah and the Lipsky Theatre Ensemble
  • On This Wedding Day .... Mme. Cole and wedding guests

Act Two

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  • What's Gonna Be Tomorrow .... The Company
  • A Man Must Have Something to Live For .... Samuel Cole and Ensemble
  • That's the Life for Me .... Hymie, Samuel Cole, Mme. Cole and Company
  • A Lifetime Love (Reprise) .... David Cole and Norma Roberts
  • King Lear Ballet .... Samuel Cole, David and Ensemble
  • Someone's Waiting .... David Cole
  • Magical Things in Life .... Hymie, Samuel Cole and Ensemble
  • That's the Life for Me (Reprise) .... Hymie, Samuel Cole, Mme. Cole, Dr. Gilbert and Ensemble
  • A Man Must Have Something to Live For (Reprise) .... The Company

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Trivia & History

The show was a relatively early example of a Broadway musical choosing to forego an out-of-town tryout. Instead, it was decided that there would be a long preview period on Broadway and that the previews would be advertised. The total of 30 previews was unusual but not quite unheard of at the time, but even more previews had originally been planned. The opening had originally been planned for April 20, but it was advanced to April 17.


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