The Grass Harp

Original Broadway Production (1971)

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Cast Highlights

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Dolly Talbo
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Catherine Creek
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Verena Talbo
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Dr. Morris Ritz
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Babylove
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Collin Talbo
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Maude Riordan
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Judge Cool
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Sheriff Amos Legrand

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Musical Numbers


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  • Dropsy Cure Weather .... Dolly, Catherine and Collin
  • Floozies .... Collin
  • Think Big Rich .... Dr. Ritz
  • If There's Love Enough .... Catherine
  • Yellow Drum .... Dolly, Catherine and Collin
  • Marry With Me .... Catherine
  • I'll Always Be In Love .... Dolly
  • This One Day .... Collin
  • The Babylove Miracle Show
    • Call Me Babylove .... Babylove
    • Walk Into Heaven .... Babylove
    • Hang a Little Moolah on the Washline .... Babylove and The Pride 'n Joys
    • Whooshin' Through My Flesh .... Babylove, Catherine, Dolly, Collin and The Company
    • Talkin' in Tongues .... Babylove
  • Walk Into Heaven .... Babylove
  • Something for Nothing .... Dr. Ritz
  • Indian Blues .... Catherine and The Company
  • Take a Little Sip .... Collin, Dolly, Catherine, Maude and The Company
  • Yellow Drum .... The Company
  • What Do I Do Now? .... Verena
  • Pick Yourself a Flower .... Babylove and The Company
  • The Flower Fortune Dance .... The Company
  • Reach Out .... Dolly and The Company

Additional Musical Numbers Lists

These song lists document any changes that the production went through aside from the opening night song list.

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Trivia & History

During the pre-Broadway run in Ann Arbor, "Floozies" was the second musical number, and "This One Day" was placed after "I'll Always Be in Love" (aka "Chain of Love")..

At the first preview on Broadway, the placement of the two numbers was reversed: "This One Day" was moved up to become the second musical number, and "Floozies" was placed after "I'll Always Be in Love." 

Before opening night on Broadway, the numbers were switched back to where they had been in Ann Arbor. According to some who saw the production during previews, this change was in place by the third preview. The playbill's list of musical numbers, however, was never adjusted to reflect the change made during previews.

In our list of musical numbers for the production, we have adjusted the placements of the two songs to reflect the order in which they were performed on opening night and during the brief post-opening run.

An audio recording of the closing performance confirms that the playbill's ordering of the two songs was no longer correct.


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