Pleasures and Palaces

Closed on the road (1965)

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Cast Highlights

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Potemkin
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Bureyev
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Suslovski
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Minister
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Catherine
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John Paul Jones
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Kollenovitch
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Polgunov
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First Villager
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Second Villager

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Salute .... Potemkin's Militia
  • I Hear Bells .... Potemkin & Militia
  • My Lover Is a Scoundrel .... Catherine
  • To Marry .... John Paul Jones
  • Hail Majesty .... Suburbanites
  • Thunder and Lightning .... Potemkin & Sura
  • To Your Health .... Radbury & Von Siegen
  • Turkish Delight .... Dancing Girls
  • Neither the Time Nor the Place .... Potemkin & Catherine
  • In Your Eyes .... Sura & Jones
  • Truly Loved .... Catherine
  • Sins of Sura, The .... Sura & the Court

Act Two

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  • Hoorah for Jones .... Civilians & Sailors
  • Propaganda .... Kollenovitch, Jones & Bystanders
  • Barabanchik .... Potemkin, Kollenovitch & Militia
  • What Is Life? .... Kollenovitch & Bureyev
  • Ah, to Be Home Again .... Jones & Prisoners
  • Pleasures and Palaces .... Sura
  • Tears of Joy .... Potemkin, Catherine, Polgunov & the Court
  • Far, Far, Far Away .... Potemkin, Sura & Kollenovitch
  • What Is Life? (And Again) .... Potemkin, Sura & Kollenovitch

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Trivia & History

Scheduled to open on Broadway on April 19, 1965 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (after previews from April 14). A second tryout stop at an unnamed theatre in Boston (from April 15 to May 1) was added and the Broadway opening was rescheduled to May 5. It was again delayed to May 10 before finally being cancelled altogether.

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