On Your Toes

Broadway Revival (1983)

Production Info

Previews: March 1, 1983 (7 prev.)
Opening March 6, 1983
Closing: February 20, 1984
Length of Run: 505 perf.
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Broadway
Location: New York, NY

Credits Highlights

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Director
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Choreography (original)
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Choreography
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Choreography (additional)

Cast

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Phil Dolan II/Oscar
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Lil Dolan/A Woman Reporter
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Phil Dolan III, Junior
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Stage Manager
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Lola
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Junior (15 years later)
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Miss Pinkerton
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Sidney Cohn
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Frankie Frayne
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Joe McCall

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • Overture .... Orchestra
  • Two-a-Day for Keith .... Phil Dolan II, Lil Dolan and Phil Dolan III
  • Questions and Answers (The Three B's) .... Junior and Students
  • It's Got to Be Love .... Frankie, Junior and Students
  • Too Good for the Average Man .... Sergei and Peggy
  • The Seduction .... Vera and Junior
  • There's a Small Hotel .... Frankie and Junior
  • La Princesse Zenobia .... Company

Act Two

  • Entr'acte .... Orchestra
  • The Heart Is Quicker Than the Eye .... Peggy and Junior
  • Glad to Be Unhappy .... Frankie
  • Quiet Night .... Hank J. Smith and Students
  • On Your Toes .... Frankie and Students
  • Quiet Night (Reprise) .... Sergei
  • Slaughter on Tenth Avenue .... Company

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Trivia & History

Originally, Natalia Makarova (Vera) only signed for half the six-week run at the Kennedy Center due to an engagement in Europe. Valentina Kozlova was to finish the run. Makarova would then return to the production for the New York run. However, on December 19, Makarova was hurt when counterweights tore loose at the beginning of "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" causing a pipe to fall from the scenery hitting her . The rest of the performance was cancelled. She suffered lacerations to the head and a fractured shoulder. Had she been a few inches closer, the pipe might have crippled or killed her, according to the New York Times.

Valentina Kozlova assumed the role for the remainder of the Washington, DC run. Kozlova's husband, Leonid Kozlov, replaced George de la Peña for the remainder of the DC run.

Kozlova was offered the role of Vera on Broadway. Although Makarova returned to open the show. By February 1, Makarova had confirmed that she would return. de la Peña returned for the New York opening as well.

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Production Info

Previews: March 1, 1983 (7 prev.)
Opening March 6, 1983
Closing: February 20, 1984
Length of Run: 505 perf.
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Broadway
Location: New York, NY

Venues

Main Run

Tryout

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