Oliver!

Bus and Truck Tour (1964)

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Director

Cast Highlights

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Oliver Twist
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Mr. Bumble
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Mrs. Corney, the Matron
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Mr. Sowerberry, the Undertaker
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Mrs. Sowerberry, his wife
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Fagin
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The Artful Dodger
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Nancy
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Bill Sikes
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Mr. Brownlow

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Act One

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  • Food, Glorious Food .... The Boys
  • Oliver! .... Mr. Bumble, Widow Corney, Oliver and Boys
  • I Shall Scream .... Widow Corney and Mr. Bumble
  • Boy for Sale .... Mr. Bumble
  • That's Your Funeral .... Mr. Sowerberry, Mr. Bumble, Mrs. Sowerberry
  • Where Is Love? .... Oliver
  • Consider Yourself .... Artful Dodger, Oliver and Crowd
  • You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two .... Fagin and Boys
  • It's a Fine Life .... Nancy and Bet
  • I'd Do Anything .... Artful Dodger, Nancy, Oliver, Bet, Fagin
  • Be Back Soon .... Fagin, Artful Dodger, Oliver and Boys

Act Two

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  • Oom-Pah-Pah .... Nancy and Company
  • My Name .... Bill Sikes
  • As Long As He Needs Me .... Nancy
  • Where Is Love? (Reprise) .... Mrs. Bedwin
  • Who Will Buy? .... Oliver and Chorus
  • It's a Fine Life (Reprise) .... Bill Sikes, Nancy, Fagin and Boys
  • Reviewing the Situation .... Fagin
  • Oliver! (Reprise) .... Mr. Bumble and Widow Corney
  • As Long As He Needs Me (Reprise) .... Nancy
  • Reviewing the Situation (Reprise) .... Fagin
  • Food, Glorious Food (Finale Reprise) .... Boys
  • Consider Yourself (Finale Reprise) .... Boys
  • I'd Do Anything (Finale Reprise) .... Full Company

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Trivia & History

This tour (typically for bus-and-truck tours) played a mix of one-night stands, two-night stands, split-weeks, full weeks and occasional multi-week runs.

It was the final attraction at the Stanton Theatre (formerly the Stanley) in Baltimore. Several months after the produciton's one-week run there, the theatre was torn down.

From June 28 through July 3, 1965, it ran at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as part of the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera's 1965 season.


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