Can-Can

Central Park Production (1959)

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Judge Paul Barriere
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Judge Aristide Forestier
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Claudine
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Marie
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Hilaire Jussac
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Boris Adzinidzinadze
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Theophile
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Etienne
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La Mome Pistache
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Tabac

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Act One

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  • Overture
  • Maidens Typical of France .... The Laundresses
  • Never Give Anything Away .... Pistache
  • C'est Magnifique .... Pistache & Aristide
  • Quadrille .... Claudine, Laundresses, Friends & Dancer
  • Come Along with Me .... Jussac & Adzinidzinadze
  • Live and Let Live .... Pistache
  • I Am in Love .... Aristide
  • If You Loved Me Truly .... Adzinidzinadze, Claudine, Theophile, Hercule, Etienne, Gabrielle, Celestine & Marie
  • Montmart' .... Singing Ensemble
  • The Garden of Eden Ballet .... Eve, Inchworms, Flamingos, Kangaroos, Penguins, Sea Horses, Frogs, Leopards & Snake
  • Allez-Vous-En .... Pistache

Act Two

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  • Entr'acte
  • Never, Never Be an Artist .... Adzinidzinadze, Theophile, Etienne & Model
  • It's All Right with Me .... Aristide
  • The Apaches .... Claudine & Dancers
  • I Love Paris .... Pistache
  • Can-Can .... Pistache, Claudine & Laundresses
  • Finale .... Entire Company

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Trivia & History

One of three musical revivals produced as part of the 1959 Hudson Celebration (aka The Hudson-Champlain Celebration), which commemorated the 350th anniversary of Henry Hudson's discovery of the Hudson River. The venue listed in Theatre World for these productions was Theatre-in-the-Park, which seems to have been a theatre-in-the-round performance space set up in Central Park's Wollman Rink.

The other two productions presented as part of the Celebration were Guys and Dolls and Carmen Jones.

The production was originally announced to open on August 24, 1959, but the opening was postponed by one day. Theatre World for the 1959-1960 season lists the production as having closed on August 30, after a run of six performances, but advertistements for the production (including one from August 30) give Septermber 6 as the closing date.


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