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Transcript: Ferenc Molnar's 1909 Play Liliom Performances on Broadway 1947 & 1994- Theatre World Award 1958 & 1994- Tony Award 1994- Drama Desk Award Composer: Richard Rodgers Lyricist: Oscar Hammerstein II Producer: The Theatre Guild Yes, it was made into a movie and it was released on February 16,1956. Carousel April 19, 1945 - The Majestic Theatre February 22, 1949 - The Majestic Theatre June 2, 1954 - The City Center September 11, 1957 - The City Center March 24, 1994 - Vivian Beaumont Theatre Summary In a Maine coastal village toward the end of the 19th century, the swaggering, carefree carnival barker Billy Bigelow, captivates and marries the naive millworker, Julie Jordan. Billy loses his job just as he learns that Julie is pregnant, and desperately intent upon providing a decent life for his family, he is coerced into being an accomplice to a robbery. Caught in the act and facing the certainty of prison, he takes his own life and is sent up there. Billy is allowed to return to Earth for one day fifteen years later, and he encounters the daughter he never knew. She is a lonely, friendless teenager. Her father's reputation as a thief and bully have haunted her throughout her young life. How Billy instills in both the child and her mother a sense of hope and dignity is a dramatic testimony to the power of love. Photos Main Songs Inspiration of the Play 1947- U.S. Tour 1950- West End 1954 & 1957- City Center Revival 1965- Lincoln Center Revival 1992- West End Revival 1996- U.S. Tour 2008- West End Revival Waltz Suite Mr.Snow If I Loved You A Real Nice Clambake The Highest Judge of All You'll Never Walk Alone Awards Who Wrote It? Was it Made Into a Movie? Off Broadway Productions


Transcript: Assistant Designer, Wardrobe Hayley King Stage Management Team Asst. Hair and Makeup Designer Rin Schwob 9 kinda 10 different looks Docks - 27 feet long All the flys (Carnival, Trees, Nettie, Dunes, Waterfront, Grad) Big Transitions 1992 Remount/Revival - Diane = Choreographer Props Scenic Team Nettie Fowler Brianna Barnes Scenic Assistant Stage Manager Skye Cone Joel Flynn Assistant Stage Manager Kyle Birdsall Musical Director Roger Grodsky Clara Cox Tom Meglio 30 wigs Builds Mutton chops New fronts Mustaches 19 pieces of facial hair Ensemble does their own Makeup Outside Designer... Kinda Cast member not wanting to cut their hair Chris Kelley Props Master and Artisan Kat Miller Brianna Latrash Production Stage Manager Laura Stenger Artistic Staff About 400 Q's and growing 3 spots Cues early on (blocked quickly) Lots of dancing - ballet like affects my calling Lamp, Stages, String lights (pendants) Worked with ME and Designer Mrs. Mullin Raven Thomas Dan Gettler Sound Team Bento Babes Alec Cohen Cameron Hill Emily Morris Matthew Salvatore Tyler Jent Michelle Coben Gary Cooper Lighting Designer Joe Beumer Julie Jordan Samantha Pollino Hair and Makeup Team Emily Fink Kyle Ivey Jigger Craigin John Battagliese Brought to you by the Carousel Team Sound Designer Kevin Semancik Billy Bigelow Ben Biggers Choreographer is also director, back and forth staging and dancing She is very decisive and knows what she wants - helped us Team being on their game and doing things ahead of time Stick to the schedule Paper tech, thumbs up. Finished blocking early, many runs (good and bad) 2 Music Directors DVAC (football games) Cast, noisy #DianeApproved #SteveApproved #YoureAQueerOne #SettinByTheWinder #BostonCreamPie Taylor Alexander Kyra Christopher Ensemble Women Production Assistant Margo Leist Kim Pine Challenges Production Sound Engineer Ryan Bode Louis Griffin Nate Riccio Groundplan Weapons Many small props Training the actors early on in the rehearsal process Working with two different Props Designers Assistant Designer, Wardrobe Ashley Berg Assistant Props Designer Mara Tunnicliff Cast Louise Areo Keller Assistant Scenic Designer Aaron Bridgman Lighting Team Ensemble Men Asst. Lighting Designer: Chris Behrendt Asst. Lighting Designer: Lauren Brunson Master Electrician: Brendan Watts Asst. Master Electrician: Justin Dudzik Asst. Master Electrician: Andy Hillman Res. Master Electrician: Adam Zeek Marissa Hecker Absences Injuries often ("legit" dancing/ tumbling) Starkeeper, injured Other than that we are GOLDEN! (Again, on top of their game, well prepared for life) Calling from backstage Paul Schwensen Frankie Thams Scenic Designer Thomas C. Umfrid Mixing Jake Jobes Hamilton Moore Process Hair and Makeup Designer Jillian Floyd David Bascombe Alex Stone Properties Team Look at Them Clams Assistant Scenic Designer Levi Keiss Synopsis Emily Royer Stavros Koumbaros Costume Team #Where'sTheFire Costumes!! Carrie Pipperidge Casey Wenger-Schulman Keaton Whittaker Co-Musical Director Danny White Came to rehearsal often Line assignments (Margo killed it) No mics for the ballet and the Prologue Possibly 1 sound cue, otherwise, let the music speak for itself Assistant Stage Manager Nicki Berger ATD Brett Pavlovich Director/Choreographer Diane Lala Technical Director Steve Miller Enoch Snow Chris Collins-Pisano Asst. Hair and Makeup Designer Danae Jimenez 121 Costumes Approx. 3 per cast member 10 Builds 1 Quick Change Is this Oklahoma? Technical Direction Carousel Daniel Marhelko Hair and Makeup Assistant to the Choreographer Hamilton Moore Costume Designer Reba Senske


Transcript: “Carousel.” Playbill, Playbill Inc., “Carousel.” Playbill, Playbill Inc., Revival: 2018 Original: 1945 The Plot Carousel act I The Plot The original cast included: John Raitt as Billy Bigelow Jan Clayton as Julie Jordan and Jean Darling (Carrie), Eric Mattson (Enoch), Christine Johnson (Nettie), Murvyn Vye (Jigger), Bambi Linn (Louise), Russell Collins (Starkeeper), and many more. The revival cast includes: Joshua Henry as Bill Bigelow Jessie Meuller as Julie Jordan and Lindsay Mendez (Carrie), Alexander Gemignani (Enoch), Renee Fleming (Nettie), Amar Rasmar (Jigger), Brittany Pollack (Louise), John Douglas Thompson (Starkeeper), Ryan Steele (shining ensemble member), and many more. The 2018 Revival Production Carousel takes place in Maine in 1873. The show starts at a carousel when a young girl, Julie Jordan, meets a baker, Billy Bigelow. The two fall in love, risking both of their jobs. Billy, frustrated with his search for a new job ends up hitting Julie. He then flees off with his friend, Jigger, and Jigger convinces him to be his accomplice for a robbery. It takes him some convincing, but eventually Billy agrees once Julie tells him that shes pregnant and he realizes that they are in need of the money. score and book by Rogers and Hammerstein Carousel the Musical Carousel originally opened in New York City on April 19th,1945, and ran until May 24th, 1947. The score and book were written by Rogers and Hammerstein, and was their second show written together. The show has had 4 revivals, in 1954, 1957, 1993, and 2018, with a few West End productions. The 2018 revival is set to open on April 12th. Billy and Jigger try to leave to commit their act of robbery when Julie stops him and feels the knife in his pocket. She begs him to give it to her, but he refuses. The robbery back fires, though, and while having a gun aimed at his head, Billy stabs himself. Julie finds him in the last moments of his life, telling him she loves him. Billy's spirit is then seen talking to the Starkeeper, and he tells him that Billy had committed too many bad acts to let him into heaven, but he has a chance to redeem himself. He is given a chance to visit his daughter, Louise, who is now 15, and commit a good act. Louise is in a lot of distress due to her fathers old reputation, and he tries to console her by giving her a star he stole for her, but she refuses, and he slaps her hand. Louise tells her mother about this, and how the slap felt like a kiss. Julie reminisces, remembering feeling the same way. Billy revisits Louise at her graduation, and helps her realize that she is not an outcast. He is then redeemed and goes to heaven. The Original Production The History Sources: act II

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