John Murray Anderson's Almanac

Original Broadway Production (1953)

Musical numbers

Original Musical Numbers List


Prologue

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  • Harlequinade .... Harlequin, Puncinello, Pierrot, Pierrette, Columbine, Pierrettes, Pierrots

Act One

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  • Page 1 — The Coronation: Queen for a Day .... Miss Reingold, The Four Queens, The Bridegrooms
  • Page 2 — My Cousin Who? .... David, Butlers, Witch Doctors, Maids, Rebecca, Louise
  • Page 3 — You're So Much a Part of Me .... Sung by The Pierrette of 1953 and The Pierrot of 1953
  • Page 4 — Dare to Dream .... Sung by Polly Bergen
  • Page 5 — The Cello .... The Cellist
  • Page 6 — Don Brown's Body .... Mike Hammer, Sally Duprey, Man, Chorus (Jay Harnick, Colleen Hutchins, Jacqueline Mickles, Tina Louise, Bob Kole, Monique Van Vooren, Siri, George Reeder, Larry Kert)
  • Page 7 — Mark Twain .... Sung by Harry Belafonte; Guitarist: Millard Thomas
  • Page 8 — The Nightingale and the Rose .... James Jewell (Singer), The Story Teller, The Student, The Prince, The Coquette, The Nightingale, The Guests at the Ball
  • Page 9 — European Express .... Mrs. A, Mr. B
  • Page 10 — My Love Is a Wanderer .... Sung by Polly Bergen
  • Page 11 — Tin Pan Alley .... The Song Plugger, and Ronald Cecill, Jay Harnick, Larry Kert, Bob Kole
    • Mammy Songs .... Ralph McWilliams and Kenneth Urmston
    • Rhythm Songs .... George Reeder, Imelde DeMartin, Lee Becker, Greb Lober, Dorothy Dushock
    • Torch Songs .... Gloria Smith, Illona Murai, Margot Myers, Hank Brunjes, Gerard Leavitt, Dean Crane
    • Patriotic Songs .... Elaine Dunn
  • Page 12 — Merry Little Minuet .... Orson Bean
  • Page 13 — Hope You Come Back .... Meg, Beth, Jo, Amy, Marmee, Laurie, Friends (James Jewell and Company)

Act Two

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  • Page 1 — Ziegfeldiana: If Every Month Were June .... Celia Lipton (Singer), The Spring Bride, The Summer Bride, The Autumn Bride, The Winter Bride, The Bouquet, The Train Bearers
  • Page 2 — Which Witch? .... Hermione Gingold
  • Page 3 — La Loge (Renoir) .... The Man in the Box
  • Fini .... Sung by Polly Bergen
  • Page 4 — Cartoon .... First Secretary, Second Secretary, The New Manager
  • Page 5 — Acorn in the Meadow .... Sung by Harry Belafonte
  • Page 6 — Harry Mimmo .... Harry Mimmo, The Ladies, Sedan Chair Bearers
  • Page 7 — When Am I Going to Meet Your Mother? .... Sung and Danced by Elaine Dunn and Carleton Carpenter
  • Page 8 — Dinner for One .... The Lady, The Butler
  • Page 9 — Orson Bean
  • The Chinese monologue .... Orson Bean
  • Page 10 — Hold 'Em Joe .... Sung by Harry Belafonte; Danced by Illona Murai, George Reeder, Gloria Smith, Monique Van Vooren, Colleen Hutchins and The 'Almanac' Dancers
  • Page 11 — La Pistachio .... Bobo, Cornelius, Fifi
  • Page 12 — The Earth and the Sky .... Sung by Polly Bergen
  • Finale .... The Entire Company

Additional Musical Numbers Lists

  • From week of April 5, 1954


    • Prologue

    • Harlequinade .... Harlequin, Puncinello, Pierrot, Pierrette, Columbine, Pierrettes, Pierrots

    • Act One

    • The Coronation: Queen for a Day .... Miss Reingold, The Four Queens, The Bridegrooms
    • My Cousin Who? .... David, Butlers, Witch Doctors, Maids, Rebecca, Louise
    • You're So Much a Part of Me .... The Pierrette of 1953, The Pierrot of 1953
    • I Dare to Dream .... Sung by Judy Lynn and Tony Bavaar
    • The Cello .... The Cellist
    • Don Brown's Body .... Mike Hammer, Sally Duprey, Man, Chorus (Siri, Colleen Hutchins, Joan Morton, Tina Louise, Bob Kole, Jay Harnick, Larry Kert, Ronald Cecill)
    • Mark Twain .... Sung by Harry Belafonte, with Millard Thomas, Guitarist
    • The Nightingale and the Rose .... Introduced by Colleen Hutchins; The Story Teller, The Student, The Prince, The Coquette, The Nightingale, The Guests at the Ball
    • European Express .... Mrs. A, Mr. B
    • .... The Song Plugger, and Ronald Cecill, Jay Harnick, Larry Kert, Bob Kole
    • Mammy Songs .... Ralph McWilliams and Kenneth Urmston
    • Rhythm Songs .... George Vosburgh, Imelda DeMartin, Lee Becker, Greb Lober, Gwen Neilson
    • Torch Songs .... Toni Wheelis, Illona Murai, Margot Myers, Hank Brunjes, Gerard Leavitt, Skeet Guenther
    • Patriotic Songs .... Elaine Dunn
    • Merry Little Minuet .... Orson Bean
    • Anema e Core .... The Minstrel, The Countess, Courtiers (Larry Kert, Jay Harnick, Skeet Guenther, Hank Brunjes)
    • Hope You Come Back .... (Introduced by Carleton Carpenter and Tina Louse); Meg, Beth, Jo, Amy, Marmee, Laurie

    • Act Two

    • Ziegfeldiana: If Every Month Were June .... Sung by Celia Lipton and Tony Bavaar; The Spring Bride, The Summer Bride, The Autumn Bride, The Winter Bride, The Bouquet, The Train Bearers
    • Which Witch? .... Sung by Hermione Gingold
    • La Loge (Renoir) .... The Man in the Box
    • Fini .... Sung by Judy Lynn
    • Cartoon .... First Secretary, Second Secretary, The New Manager
    • Acorn in the Meadow .... Sung by Harry Belafonte
    • .... Sung and Danced by Elaine Dunn and Carleton Carpenter
    • .... The Lady, The Butler
    • The Chinese monologue .... Orson Bean
    • .... Sung by Harry Belafonte; Danced by Illona Murai, Hank Brunjes, Jacqueline Mickles, Colleen Hutchins and The "Almanac" Dancers
    • .... Bobo, Cornelius, Fifi
    • .... Sung by Tony Bavaar and Judy Lynn
    • .... The Entire Company



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