Colette

Closed prior to Broadway (1982)

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Colette
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Sido
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Willy
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Jacques
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Maurice
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Henri de Jouvenal
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Colette de Jouvenal
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Missy
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Madame Semiramis
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Nita

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Act One

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  • Overture .... Orchestra
  • There's Another World .... Colette and Ensemble
  • Come to Life .... Willy and Ensemble
  • Do Not Hold On .... Sido
  • Semiramis .... Jacques, Girls, and Ensemble
  • Do It for Willy .... Willy and Ensemble
  • The Claudine Sequence: Claudine .... Colette and Ensemble
  • The Claudine Sequence: Two Claudines .... Colette and the Claudine Girls
  • The Claudine Sequence: The Father of Claudine .... Willy, Colette, the Claudine Girls, and Ensemble
  • Why Can't I Walk Through That Door? .... Colette
  • Music Hall .... Jacques, Colette, and Performers
  • Dream of Egypt .... Colette and Jacques
  • I Miss You .... Sido
  • La Vagabonde .... Colette, Missy, and Women
  • Music Hall Scandal .... Colette and Missy
  • Act One Ending [Now I Must Walk Through That Door] .... Colette

Act Two

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  • Entr'acte .... Orchestra
  • Act Two Opening .... Colette and Journalists
  • Curiosity .... Sido
  • I Miss You .... Colette
  • Riviera Nights .... Jacques, Maurice, Colette, and Ensemble
  • Oo-La-La .... Maurice and Colette
  • Something for the Summer .... Colette, Maurice, and Ensemble
  • Something for the Winter .... Colette, Maurice, and Ensemble
  • Madame Colette .... Ensemble
  • Be My Lady .... Maurice
  • Do Not Hold On (reprise) .... Sido
  • The Room Is Filled With You .... Colette
  • Victory .... Colette, Maurice, and Ensemble
  • Growing Older .... Colette
  • Joy .... Colette and Ensemble

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Trivia & History

A long pre-Broadway tryout tour had been scheduled. The production would open in Seattle in February, then move to Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., before opening on Broadway in the fall of 1982.

But the production shut down after the runs in Seattle and Denver. At first it was announced that only the run in San Francisco would be canceled. A new director was to be hired, and the company would return to New York to rehearse a revised version. Performances were to start again in Los Angeles on May 5, which was the originally scheduled date for Los Angeles. But by the end of the Denver run, it was announced that the production would shut down completely, although the scenery and costumes would be stored for a possible future production, which never happened.


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