The Golden Apple

Broadway Production (1954)

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Choreography & Musical Staging

Cast Highlights

Lovey Mars
Mrs. Juniper
Miss Minerva Oliver
Mother Hare
Hector Charybdis

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Musical Numbers

Act One

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  • Overture
  • Nothing Ever Happens in Angel's Roost .... Helen, Lovey, Mars, Mrs. Juniper and Miss Minerva
  • Mother Hare's Seance
  • My Love Is on the Way .... Penelope
  • The Heroes Come Home .... Entire Company
  • It Was a Glad Adventure .... Ulysses and The Heroes
  • Come Along Boys .... The Heroes and the ensemble
  • It's the Going Home Together .... Ulysses and Penelope
  • Mother Hare's Prophecy
  • Helen Is Always Willing .... The Heroes
  • The Church Social .... The Heroes and the ensemble
  • Introducin' Mr. Paris .... Paris and the ensemble
  • The Judgement of Paris .... Lovey Mars, Mrs. Juniper, Miss Minerva, Mother Hare and Paris
  • Lazy Afternoon .... Helen and Paris
  • The Departure for Rhododendron .... The Entire Company

Act Two

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  • My Picture in the Papers .... Helen, Paris and the Male Ensemble
  • The Taking of Rhododendron .... Ulysses, Hector and Paris
  • Hector's Song
  • Windflowers .... Penelope
  • Store-Bought Suit .... Ulysses
  • Calypso .... Mrs. Juniper
  • Scylla and Charybdis .... Menelaus and Hector
  • Goona-Goona .... Lovey Mars
  • Doomed, Doomed, Doomed .... Miss Minerva
  • Circe, Circe .... Circe, Mother Hare and the ensemble
  • Ulysses' Soliloquy
  • The Sewing Bee .... Penelope, Helen, Miss Minerva, Mrs. Juniper, Lovey Mars, Mother Hare, the Suitors and Ulysses
  • The Tirade .... Penelope
  • Finale .... The Entire Company

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Trivia & History

After the Broadway production closed, the entire production and cast were booked for a two week run at the Carter Barron Amphitheatre in Washington, DC. Originally, it was intended to finish the DC engagement and move on to runs in Pittsburgh and Chicago. Those plans were scrapped and the producers announced hopes to reopen the show at the Alvin Theatre again following DC. On July 30, 1954, however, the plans were cancelled for unknown reasons.

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