Follies

National Tour (1972)

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Sally Durant Plummer
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Christine Crane
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Stella Deems
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Heidi Schiller
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Hattie Walker
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Solange LaFitte
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Carlotta Campion
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Phyllis Rogers Stone
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Benjamin Stone
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Buddy Plummer

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  • Beautiful Girls .... Roscoe and Company
  • Don't Look at Me .... Sally, Ben
  • Waiting for the Girls Upstairs .... Buddy, Ben, Phyllis, Sally, Young Buddy, Young Ben, Young Phyllis, Young Sally
  • Rain on the Roof .... The Whitmans
  • Ah, Paris! .... Solange
  • Broadway Baby .... Hattie
  • The Road You Didn't Take .... Ben
  • Bolero d'Amour .... Vincent and Vanessa
  • In Buddy's Eyes .... Sally
  • Who's That Woman? .... Stella and Company
  • I'm Still Here .... Carlotta
  • Too Many Mornings .... Ben, Sally
  • The Right Girl .... Buddy
  • One More Kiss .... Heidi, Young Heidi
  • Could I Leave You? .... Phyllis
  • The Folly of Love: Loveland .... The Ensemble
  • The Folly of Youth: You're Gonna Love Tomorrow .... Young Phyllis and Young Ben
  • The Folly of Youth: Love Will See Us Through .... Young Sally and Young Buddy
  • Buddy's Folly: The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues .... Mr. Buddy Plummer (With the assistance of Miss Candace Cook and Miss Patricia Garland)
  • Sally's Folly: Losing My Mind .... Mrs. Sally Durant Plummer
  • Phyllis's Folly: The Story of Lucy and Jessie .... Mrs. Phyllis Rogers Stone (Danced by Mrs. Stone and The Dancing Ensemble)
  • Ben's Folly: Live, Laugh, Love .... Sung by Mr. Benjamin Stone (Danced by Mr. Stone and The Dancing Ensemble)

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Trivia & History

This was to have been the start of a national tour. After a week's run at the MUNY in St. Louis as a sort of warmup, this was the first production at the just-built Shubert Theatre in Los Angeles. The run in Los Angeles was booked as an open-ended run, which turned out to be a mistake. 

At the time, theatregoing in Los Angeles was very heavily subscription-based. With no subscription audience, the production, which got very favorable reviews. was not able to sustain an initially strong box-office response for long. With no other engagements yet booked, the production closed down in Los Angeles.


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