Candide

Pre-Broadway Tour (Closed on the Road) (1971)

Production Info

Opening July 6, 1971
Closing: November 13, 1971
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: US Tour

Credits Highlights

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Director
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Dances and Musical Numbers

Cast

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Narrator / Dr. Pangloss / Martin
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Candide
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Cunegonde
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Old Lady
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Baron Thunder-Ten Tronch / First Inquisitor / Marquis Milton / Ship Captain / Governor of Buenos Aires / Ferone
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Baroness Thunder-Ten Tronch / Princess Casmira / Lady of Paris / Pilgrim Mother / Governor's New Mistress / Lady Frilly
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Baron's Body Guard / Inquisitors' Herald / Miltons' Major Domo / First Mate / Governor's Page / Keeper of the Masks
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Maximillian / King of Hesse / Second Inquisitor / Sultan Milton / Pilgrim Father / Chief of Police
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First Hessian General / Arab Conjurer / Gentleman of Paris / Pilgrim / Senores I / Croupier
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Herman, Second Hessian General / Third Inquisitor / Party Guest / Pilgrim / Senores II / Gambler

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • Overture
  • The Best of All Possible Worlds: Marriage .... Pangloss, Cunegonde, Candide, Westphalians
  • Oh, Happy We .... Candide and Cunegonde
  • Candide's Lament .... Candide and King of Hesse
  • The Lisbon Sequence .... The Arab Conjuror, Princess Casmira, Lisbonians
  • The Inquisition .... The Three Inquisitors, Their Herald, Pangloss, Candide, The Arab Conjurer, Lisbonians
  • It Must Be So .... Candide
  • The Paris Waltz Scene .... The Ensemble
  • Glitter and Be Gay .... Cunegonde
  • The Paris Waltz Reprise .... The Ensemble
  • You Were Dead, You Know .... Candide and Cunegonde
  • The Pilgrims' Procession .... The Pilgrim Father and Pilgrims
  • My Love (The Governor's Serenade) .... The Governor, Cunegonde, Old Lady
  • I Am Easily Assimilated (The Old Lady's Tango) .... The Old Lady, Cunegonde, The Two Senores, Buenos Airians
  • The Quartet Finale .... Candide, Cunegonde, The Governor, The Old Lady, Maximillian

Act Two

  • Words, Words, Words ..... Martin
  • Quiet .... The Old Lady, The Governor, Cunegonde, Maximlian
  • The Ballad of Eldorado .... Candide and Buenos Airians
  • Schottische: Bon Voyage .... The Governor, The Governor's New Mistress, The Governor's Page, Buenos Airians
  • It Must Be Me .... Candide
  • Barcarolle: The Simple Life .... Marquis Milton, Candide, The Second Hessian General, Pangloss, The Arab Conjurer, Sultian Milton, The Inquisitors' Herald
  • The Venice Gambling Scene .... The Croupier and Venetians
  • What's the Use? .... The Old Lady, Ferone, The Chief of Police, Cunegonde, The Croupier, Venetians
  • The Venice Gavotte .... Pangloss and Ensemble
  • No More Than This .... Candide
  • Orchestral Interlude: Return to Westphalia
  • Make Our Garden Grow .... The Ensemble

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Trivia & History

Closed in Washington, D. C., canceling a Broadway opening tentatively scheduled for Nov. 28, 1971, at the Broadway Theatre. New York magazine reported that it was to open at the Broadhurst but that seems to have been an error as Variety consistently reported that it would open at the Broadway over the course of several months in the paper's weekly list of upcoming Broadway openings.

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Production Info

Opening July 6, 1971
Closing: November 13, 1971
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: US Tour

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