Gone with the Wind

Closed on the road (1973)

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Director/Choreographer

Cast Highlights

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Scarlett O'Hara
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Mammy
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Prissy
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Gerald O'Hara
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Frank Kennedy
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Melanie Hamilton
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Ashley Wilkes
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Rhett Butler
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Aunt Pittypat
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Belle Watling

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Today's the Day .... Scarlett
  • Cakewalk .... Orchestra
  • We Belong to You .... Melanie
  • Scarlett .... Ashley
  • Reprise: We Belong to You .... Ashley, Charles, Melanie, Scarlett
  • Bonnie Blue Flag .... Soldiers
  • Bazaar Hymn .... People of Atlanta
  • Virginia Reel .... Orchestra
  • Quadrille .... Orchestra
  • Two of a Kind .... Rhett
  • Reprise: Two of a Kind .... Scarlett
  • Blissful Christmas .... Prissy, Mammy, Aunt Pittypat, Melanie, Scarlett
  • My Soldier .... Melanie & Scarlett
  • Tomorrow Is Another Day .... Scarlett
  • Ashley's Departure .... People of Atlanta and Soldiers
  • Where is My Soldier Boy? / Why Did They Die? / Johnny Is My Darling / Bonnie Blue Flag .... People of Atlanta and Soldiers
  • Lonely Stranger .... Belle Watling and Soldiers
  • Reprise: Lonely Stranger (reprise) .... Belle and Rhett
  • Atlanta Burning .... People of Atlanta and Soldiers
  • Reprise: Tomorrow Is Another Day .... Scarlett

Act Two

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  • If Only .... Old South
  • How Often .... Rhett
  • Gone With the Wind .... Ashley
  • How Lucky .... Frank Kennedy
  • A Southern Lady .... Rhett and Ladies of the Old South
  • Reprise: A Southern Lady .... Atlanta Workers
  • Marrying for Fun .... Rhett
  • Brand New Friends .... Scarlett, Rhett and New South
  • Miss Fiddle-Dee-Dee .... Rhett
  • Blueberry Eyes .... Mammy, Rhett, Melanie
  • Bonnie Gone .... Mammy, Rhett and Mourners
  • Reprise: Two of a Kind .... Scarlett
  • It Doesn't Matter Now .... Rhett

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Trivia & History

The production was planned for a 10-city, 44-week national tour and open on Broadway on April 7, 1974. Producers planned an 8-week Broadway run. Following the New York run, a 5-week run at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC was planned to start on June 11, 1974.

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