A Doll's Life

Original Broadway Cast (1982)

Recording Info

Recording Type: Commercial
Origin: Studio
Material Included: Musical Numbers Only
Date Recorded: date not entered yet

Credits

Staff

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Conductor
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Producers
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Engineer

Cast

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Nora
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Actor / Torvald / Johan
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Otto
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Eric
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Astrid
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Audition Singer / Selma / Jacqueline
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Conductor / Gustafson / Escamillo / Audition Singer / Loki / Mr. Zetterling
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Stage Hand / Dr. Berg / Audition Singer / Ambassador
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Stage Manager / Hamsun / Petersen / Warden / Nilson
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Dowager
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Musician / Mr. Kloster
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Camilla Forrester
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Assistant Stage Manager / Helga
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Prison Guards
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Helmer's Maid / Waitress
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Musician / Waiter
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Waiter / Audition Singer / Muller
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Maid / The Widow
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Ivar
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Emmy
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Bob
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Woman in White
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Woman in Red
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Woman in Black
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Man in Black

Track List

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Tracks

  • Overture .... Orchestra
  • Prologue
  • A Woman Alone .... Nora, Otto, Conductor, Company
  • Letter to the Children .... Nora
  • New Year's Eve .... Erik, Johan, Dr. Berg, Mr. Gustafson
  • New Year's Eve (Reprise)
  • Stay With Me, Nora .... Otto and Nora
  • She Thinks That's the Answer
  • Arrival
  • Loki and Baldur
  • You Interest Me
  • The Departure
  • Letter from Klemnacht .... Astrid, Otto, Audition Singers, Johan, Nora and Company
  • Learn to Be Lonely .... Nora
  • Rats and Mice and Fish
  • Jailer, Jailer .... Nora and Woman
  • Rare Wines .... Erik and Nora
  • No More Mornings .... Nora
  • There She Is .... Johan, Erik and Otto
  • Power .... Nora
  • Letter to the Children (Reprise)
  • At Last
  • The Grand Cafe .... Nora, Johan and Company
  • Finale (Can You Hear Me Now?) .... Nora, Torvald and Company

Trivia & History

Major edits were made in several numbers in order for the recording to fit on one record, especially in "Stay With Me, Nora," "No More Mornings" and "The Grand Café."


The Overture on the recording is (mostly) the Entr'acte. The first few bars of the overture are taken from the beginning of the show's brief orchestral prelude, but the rest is the Entr'acte.

Recording Info

Recording Type: Commercial
Origin: Studio
Material Included: Musical Numbers Only
Date Recorded: date not entered yet

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