National Tour (1972)

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Cast Highlights

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

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Musical Numbers

Main Program

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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 the first production to play at the just-built Shubert Theatre in Los Angeles. It was hoped and expected that the production would move on to other cities after the run in Los Angeles. The run in Los Angeles was booked as an open-ended run, which turned out to be a mistake. 

According to Harold Prince, in his book Contradictions: Notes on Twenty-six Years in the Theatre, theatregoing in Los Angeles was very heavily subscription-based at the time. 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 permanently in Los Angeles.

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