A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Original Broadway Production (1951)

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Allie
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Petey
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Katie
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Aloysius
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Johnny Nolan
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Cissy
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Harry
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Mae
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Francie
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Willie

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Payday .... The Company
  • Mine 'Til Monday .... Johnny, Hildy and Company
  • Mine 'Til Monday (Reprise) .... Aloysius, Hildy, Petey, Allie, Willie
  • Make the Man Love Me .... Katie and Johnny
  • I'm Like a New Broom .... Johnny and Friends
  • I'm Like a New Broom (Reprise) .... Johnny and Friends
  • Look Who's Dancing .... Katie, Cissy, Johnny, Allie, Willie, Petey, Dancers (Mary Statz, Dorothy Hill, Doris Wright)
  • Love Is the Reason .... Cissy, Annie, Hildy, Della, Singer (Eleanor Williams)
  • Mine Next Monday .... Aloysius and Hildy
  • If You Haven't Got a Sweetheart .... Singer (Delbert Anderson) and Company
  • I'll Buy You a Star .... Johnny and Company

Act Two

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  • That's How It Goes .... Old Clothes Man, Children (Patti Milligan, Janet Parker) and Company
  • He Had Refinement .... Cissy
  • Growing Pains .... Johnny, Francie
  • Is That My Prince? .... Cissy, Swanswine
  • Halloween .... Johnny, 
  • Don't Be Afraid .... Johnny, Petey, Allie, Willie and Dancers, Children and Singers
  • I'm Like a New Broom (Reprise) .... Johnny
  • Love Is the Reason (Reprise) .... Cissy and Harry
  • Look Who's Dancing (Reprise) .... Harry and Children
  • If You Haven't Got a Sweetheart (Reprise) .... The Company

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Trivia & History

Some online sources list replacements in this production as original-cast members. In addition, these online sources incorrectly list the date of the first Broadway preview as having been Wednesday April 18, 1951. The first preview was the night before that, on April 17. The production opened on April 19, having played two previews: on Tuesday night and Wednesday night. The first preview was a benefit for the Children's Aid Society. The second preview was a benefit for the American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA).


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