BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA CRAIG ZADAN NEIL MERON JOSEPH SMITH MICHAEL McCABE CANDY SPELLING TAKONKIET VIRAVAN / SCENARIO THAILAND HILARY A. PASSARO TARA RUBIN CASTING General Management Casting by Production Stage Manager Hair & Design by DOUG BESTERMAN Orchestrations by HOWARD JOINES Assistant Choreographers Music Coordinator STEPHEN SPOSITO JUNIPER STREET PRODUCTIONS Production Manager Associate Director CHRISTOPHER BAILEY THE HARTMAN GROUP Press Representative Associate Choreographer SARAH O’GLEBY CHARLIE WILLIAMS Marketing TYPE A MARKETING ANNE RIPPEY BETH WILLIAMS Executive Producer ALAN WASSER .BERNIE ABRAMS / JACKI BARLIA FLORIN . HANKE ROB BARTLETT MARY FABER ELLEN HARVEY MICHAEL PARK CAMERON ADAMS CLEVE ASBURY TANYA BIRL KEVIN COVERT DAVID HULL JUSTIN KEYES MARTY LAWSON ERICA MANSFIELD NICK MAYO SARAH O’GLEBY STEPHANIE ROTHENBERG MEGAN SIKORA JOEY SORGE MATT WALL RYAN WATKINSON CHARLIE WILLIAMS PAIGE FAURE BARRETT MARTIN MICHAELJON SLINGER SAMANTHA ZACK and introducing ROSE HEMINGWAY as the Voice of the Narrator ANDERSON COOPER featuring DEREK MCLANE Scenic Design by CATHERINE ZUBER Costume Design by HOWELL BINKLEY Lighting Design by Sound Design by JON WESTON TOM WATSON MICHAEL J. LLC / PAUL CHAU / DANIEL FRISHWASSER / MICHAEL JACKOWITZ MICHAEL SPEYER .ALLAN WILLIAMS STAGE VENTURES MARK SHACKET 2010 LIMITED PARTNERSHIP Music Direction & Arrangements by Associate Producers DAVID CHASE Directed & Choreographed by ROB ASHFORD 2 .ADAM BLANSHAY / ARLENE SCANLAN / TBS SERVICE DANIEL RADCLIFFE JOHN LARROQUETTE FRANK LOESSER Music & Lyrics by Based on the book by SHEPHERD MEAD ABE BURROWS. JACK WEINSTOCK & WILLIE GILBERT Book by TAMMY BLANCHARD CHRISTOPHER J. WILLIAMS JEN NAMOFF / FAKSTON PRODUCTIONS TWO LEFT FEET PRODUCTIONS / POWER ARTS HOP THEATRICALS.

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Larroquette. 15. 29. 24. Blanchard and Secretaries) Martini Time (Orchestra) Finch Is In Love (Blanchard and Radcliffe) Rosemary (Radcliffe and Hemingway) Act One Finale (Radcliffe. 30. Radcliffe and Cooper) Entrance of Hedy La Rue (Larroquette. 6. 4. Faber. 7. Hemingway and Radcliffe) Been a Long Day (Reprise) (Hanke. 9. 8. 3. 19. Faber and Office Workers) The Company Way (Radcliffe and Bartlett) The Company Way (Reprise) (Hanke. Darling (Faber and Secretaries) Happy To Keep His Dinner Warm (Reprise) (Hemingway) Love From a Heart of Gold (Larroquette and Blanchard) The Executive Washroom (Park and Executives) I Believe In You (Radcliffe and Executives) Pirate Dance (Orchestra) I Believe In You (Reprise) (Hanke. Faber. (ASCAP) ROBERT SHER 4 . (Cooper and Radcliffe) How to Succeed (Radcliffe and Company) Happy to Keep His Dinner Warm (Hemingway and Faber) Coffee Break (Hanke. 18. 27. 16. Overture (Orchestra) Dear Reader. Blanchard and Executives) A Secretary Is Not a Toy (Park. Bartlett and Office Workers) Rosemary’s Philosophy (Hemingway. Harvey. Radcliffe and Hemingway) Brotherhood of Man (Radcliffe.. 13. Harvey and Executives) Finale . 17. 12. 22. Hemingway and Hanke) Entr’acte (Orchestra) Cinderella. 28. 10. 25. 2. 20.. 5. 11.1. 23. Sikora. Larroquette and Blachard) Grand Old Ivy (Larroquette and Radcliffe) Paris Original (Hemingway. Bartlett. 31. 26.The Company Way (Company) Bows (Orchestra and Company) Exit Music (Orchestra) Pirate Dance (Extended Version) (Orchestra) I Have Returned (Hanke) Album Produced by All Songs Published by Frank Music Corp. 14. 21. Harvey. Executives and Secretaries) Been a Long Day (Faber. 32.

who were intrigued by the rise of Facebook’s young mogul Mark Zuckerberg and a set and costume design concept that acknowledged the now-popular world of Mad Men. What intrigued us was that Robert Morse was 30 when he did the original production and Matthew Broderick was 33 for the 1995 revival.) The reading showed everyone that Daniel was a fresh voice for Finch. that role was recorded by Walter Cronkite. but it was fun to imagine a new production with a Finch who was 21. We next cast five time Emmy winner John Larroquette. we landed on the idea of a revival of “How To Succeed. Broadway would now have two new musical leading men. (Joining us this time were producers Michael McCabe and Joseph Smith. We had heard he was taking some preliminary singing lessons with the desire to one day perform on stage in a musical. After several get-togethers. We had re-teamed our “Promises. Promises” group of Broadway Across America’s John Gore.We approached Daniel Radcliffe one night in New York. McGrath and Beth Williams and director-choreographer Rob Ashford. The next challenge was deciding on the proper approach for the score. after an early preview of “Equus”. They were both superb in the role. who would also be making his Broadway musical debut. and the script felt wonderfully contemporary. there would now be new contemporary touchstones for audiences in 2011. Thomas B. every week. about doing a musical on Broadway. so Anderson was following in a great tradition. as Biggley. In the Broderick revival. we immediately planned a full Broadway production aimed for early 2011. during a week when he was on hiatus from shooting the final Harry Potter film.” and scheduled a table read and singthrough of the score in December 2009. And we even persuaded Anderson Cooper to read the Voice of the Narrator. on his singing and dancing lessons while finishing two films. Although the show would be set in the same world of big business of 1961. Daniel began working every available hour. With Daniel’s enthusiasm and the producing and directing team committed. Music director David Chase and orchestrator Doug Besterman explored ways to honor the contributions of the original music team (music director Elliot Lawrence and orchestrator Robert “Red” Ginzler) Tammy Blanchard 5 .

whose Dek-Tette recordings (most famously with Mel Tormé) found fresh and versatile sounds from a 10-member ensemble (5 brass. Henry Mancini (we use his signature sound of alto flutes in “Gotta Stop That Man”) and Martin Denny. who composed nearly all the Hanna-Barbera themes (“The Jetsons. we hope you find fresh delight in this new Broadway Cast Recording. Chances are that in 1961. Another source of musical flavor came from World Wide Wickets’ futuristic cousin. sophistication. bass and drums). 3 saxes. To have witnessed the abundance of so many enthusiastic young people in the audiences of this new production. percussion (for the Latin sounds so popular at the time as exemplified by “Coffee Break”).a model of swagger. They decided to not use strings (other than a harp) and to think in terms of a muscular jazz ensemble rather than a symphonic sound. On a personal note: Not knowing one another during childhood. So with the glory of Frank Loesser’s score -. it turns out that “How To Succeed in Business” was. And we thank Daniel Radcliffe for that as well. workplace of quintessential company man George Jetson. and harp (for over-the-top romanticism in “Rosemary”). J Pierrepont Finch would have owned a high fidelity stereo system and would have enjoyed listening to records by Esquivel. king of “Space Age Bachelor Pad Music” (note that guitar slide in our Overture and the Boo-Bams in “How to Succeed”). coincidentally. and wit -.and wIth an affectionate nod to these other past composers and arrangers.while capitalizing on the assets of a streamlined 14-member orchestra.Craig Zadan and Neil Meron Christopher J. whose faux-Polynesian “Exotica” sound gave listeners a whiff of the South Seas (which appears here in “Pirate Dance”). as in “Gotta Stop That Man”). we can only hope that this show will be an inspiration for a whole new generation of future theatergoers. Jo Sullivan Loesser (Frank Loesser’s widow and a renowned performer in her own right) was very excited to go down this new path with the score.” “The Flintstones. Added to our mix were guitar (muted guitar vamp figures were a favorite of Ginzler’s. piano (you can’t do this show without a nod to Grieg). Hoyt Curtin.” “Jonny Quest”) perfectly captured the manic energy and optimism of space-age modernism. Hanke 6 . Inspiration came from the work of 1950’s arranger Marty Paich. the very first show we each saw growing up in New York as kids. Spacely Sprockets. .

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manages to get the very last cup from the office coffee machine. Biggley and Finch’s soon-to-be nemesis. he is prepared for exactly this sort of thing. now stripped of his window washer’s coveralls and dressed nattily in a seersucker suit. Plus. a healthy dose of pluck. our hero. Daniel Radcliffe Finch.has traded in his seersucker suit for a mailroom apron.call him Ponty -. head of the mailroom.B. Off he goes to find Bert Bratt.” shouts Biggley. J. In fact. Bratt offers Finch a starting position in the World Wide Wicket mailroom. is suspicious of Finch’s bold ambition. Our young hero’s name? It’s Finch! F-I-N-C-H. taking no heed of our jobseeking hero. he is a perfect fit for her own plan! (“Happy to Keep His Dinner Warm”) “Coffee Break!” Bud Frump. Director of Personnel. B. Bratt’s secretary. “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. and reaching for the stars. and so his journey begins amidst the swirling executives and secretaries of World Wide Wickets (“How To Succeed”). He catches the eye of Mr. and Rose Hemingway 8 . Young Finch is determined to rise quickly to the top of the corporate ladder armed with little more than his wits.It’s 1961. Smitty. Biggley. Based on Finch’s carefully truthful yet incomplete retelling of his encounter with Biggley. exploring New Frontiers. spoiled brat nephew to J. We discover our hero dangling from window washer’s ropes outside the headquarters of the World Wide Wicket Company. and that dandy guidebook to corporate climbing. Twimble. today is the day that Twimble is being promoted to the Shipping Department. and America is full of optimism and ambition. the largest single producer of wickets in the world. who shares with Finch his secret to long employment (“The Company Way”). Meanwhile. “Damn damn coal-burning dithering ding ding ding. bumps (literally) into that bombastic blowhard and President of World Wide Wickets. Smitty and the other office workers desperately attempt to wrestle it from him. He seems to have an inborn gift for mail-roomery. but her friend and fellow secretary Rosemary Pilkington sees only his noble courage and deep-down helplessness. J. But Finch is not discouraged.” “Dear Reader…” exhorts our Narrator from the pages of the book. “I can!” exclaims Finch. Pierrepont Finch -.

has prevailed upon Mr. thoughtfulness and ethical behavior pay off and he is promoted to junior executive under Mr.m. Finch asks Hedy to deliver a letter to Mr. Gatch. And Finch? Why. Mr. Biggley enters to find Finch fast asleep on a desk. And what is Finch humming? Is it the Old Ivy college fight song? Did Finch go there? Is he a Groundhog. Biggley got her interested in Wickets and. and even though Finch reneges on their lunch date. finds himself transferred to one of World Wide Wickets’ out-of-town offices… Venezuela. will play it “The Company Way . She used to be head cigarette girl at the Copa. Every executive begs to have Miss La Rue assigned to him but Mr. Bratt reminds them that “A Secretary Is Not a Toy”. Bratt to hire Miss Hedy La Rue. Pre-promotional Promotion. she confirms that Finch is the right man for her plan (“Rosemary’s Philosophy”). realizes that he’s found the perfect way to get a promotion: blackmail! (“Been a Long Day . overhearing the conversation. the Chipmunks. and Multiple Development on a Multi-level Level. too.B. Gatch. Head of Plans and Systems. the eager and fast-rising Finch has even charmed Miss Jones.While waiting for the elevator with Biggley. who reassures Twimble that he. A secretary has been ordered to be assigned to him…none other than the stenographically-challenged Hedy La Rue. but then Mr. Hedy expresses frustration with her new job. Biggley sees to it that Finch gets his own office. Gatch is rather taken with Hedy’s assets and as a result. and everyone is heading home.he selects Finch as his successor. But Finch declines and turns the job over to Bud. Personally. Biggley’s notoriously steely secretary. Rosemary is thrilled at Finch’s quick climb up the corporate ladder. here she is! (“Entrance of Hedy La Rue”). Hanke Tammy Blanchard Rob Bartlett Daniel Radcliffe John Larroquette 9 . Finch’s generosity. Interdepartmental Evaluation. Finch then pulls out knitting needles and Biggley is dumbstruck: Finch knits? “I knit too!” exclaims Biggley. Meanwhile J. It appears that Finch was there working all night. replete with a reverie of football days of yore (“Grand Old Ivy”).Reprise”. Their little talks have proven valuable. Biggley leads Finch in the school song. 5 p. Post-Administrative Research. well. Finch finds himself sharing an increasingly crowded elevator with Rosemary and Smitty (“Been a Long Day”).Reprise”) By this point. he’s running Plans and Systems now! Christopher J. Bud. too? Never mind… today’s the big game and the Groundhogs are playing their arch-rivals. The next morning.

when a man wants to rise in the world of business.he has a private shower. He’s going places! With irrefutable logic. Bud seizes his chance! He sends her off to the shower. Instead. so Biggley asks Bud to escort her home. too. then. Bud is confused. under false pretenses. and Rosemary has the answer to how to succeed with Finch: a new dress (“Paris Original”). Finch proposes to her and she hears music. expecting the worst. The curtain falls with Finch dreaming. Biggley demands Ovington’s resignation and subsequently offers the position to Finch. They’re giving him a reception tonight and inviting some of the executive secretaries to act as hostesses. a Vice President!” exalts Finch.” “But Miss Pilkington is not my secretary. Rosemary becomes angry and confused. too. also sends Finch off to Biggley’s office in hopes of catching Finch and Hedy together. in fact. Frump faints.There’s a new Vice President of Advertising by the name of Ovington. She’s left a letter of resignation on Finch’s desk. She’s 10 . I’ll tell J. It seems Hedy’s had one martini too many at the party. Hedy indeed has her eye on Finch. After all. But Rosemary is quitting. That means that Rosemary is now Finch’s secretary. an emotional involvement can only lead to… becoming involved emotionally. Daniel Radcliffe Tammy Blanchard Rose Hemingway Biggley enters in a dither with a near-triumphant Frump to find Finch in a clinch…with Rosemary.” He complies and as soon as their lips meet. Alone in Biggley’s office. Biggley is apologetic but still insists in regard to the kiss. Finch hears the most beautiful sound he’s ever heard: “Rosemary. “I don’t approve of that sort of thing between executives and their secretaries. she convinces Bud to allow her to go to Biggley’s office -. a Chipmunk. so kissing is strictly forbidden.” retorts Finch. But when the freshly-showered Hedy emerges. Finch’s attention turns to more pressing matters. Instead. Finch lets on that Ovington is.B. “Good point!” exclaims a relieved Biggley. she tells Finch “If you don’t kiss me. Ponty will be there. “Me. and Rosemary trying to make sense of it all (“Act One Finale”). such as having his name painted on his office door. Therefore. Bratt and Ovington enter.” Finch is in love! Rosemary has overheard at the party that Finch and Hedy are alone together and she runs in. dressed only in a towel. you did. Where’s Hedy? Now. Frump scheming. Hopefully Ponty will have come up with something for his advertising presentation. Daniel Radcliffe Rose Hemingway Act Two: Big Meeting today.

It’s a television show that will give penetration and peak reaction.Reprise”).humiliated. Smitty and the secretaries appeal to her to stay and give him one more chance (“Cinderella. Biggley implores her to be patient (“Love From a Heart of Gold”). who is none other than our very own Miss La Rue herself. Their stock is down five points. Biggley and the executives assemble in the Boardroom to hear Finch’s new approach to Wicket advertising. Rosemary returns. Finch. such as the Treasure Hunt? What shall they give away? They’ll give away the company -. But what’s the idea for the show? A Treasure Hunt! And there’s a new twist: the World Wide Wicket Treasure GIrl. can they discuss more serious matters. Hello Dermoblast! There sure is a lot of whispering going on around here.it’s a close shave --  and he’s singing a hymn of adoration and encouragement  to the person who needs it most:  himself (“I Believe in You”). back-biting fink. Next. “I like it!” exclaims Bratt. She agrees to give him 24 hours. “I like it!” exclaims Biggley.I mean stock in the company. her plan intact (“Happy To Keep His Dinner Warm . He has a presentation in a few little while -. Enter that no-good. J. and Rosemary basks in Ponty’s glow. They’re the laughing stock of the Daniel Radcliffe Rose Hemingway Mary Faber John Larroquette Tammy Blanchard 11 .B. She’s been offered a very suitable position in a big cosmetic firm out there. and Finch reassures her that she will in fact be Mrs. ignored. Wickets. What a prize! Finch rushes off to tell Biggley. Right. She’s leaving for Los Angeles. But Finch is already there -. and then it’s Goodbye. The World Wide Wicket Treasure Hunt: coming to you on live television.B. know where it’s hidden.” She does know where the treasure is hidden. Will she swear on a Bible that she doesn’t know where the treasure is hidden? Not to worry. Now.and he needs a brilliant idea. There’s treasure hidden in all the World Wide Wicket Buildings right now! Disaster. and starting with a traditional “Pirate Dance”. who offers Ponty an idea for a TV give-away show: The World Wide Wicket Treasure Hunt.I mean. Hedy enters Biggley’s office to tender her resignation. told her last night. J. upset. Hedy will present the first clue.B. “We like it!” exclaim the executives. Bud Frump.  That’s the sound of the executives gathering in the executive washroom to plot Finch’s downfall. So Finch is now Vice President in full charge of Advertising. Ten buildings wrecked. Darling”).…? But Hedy will not “swear false witness to perjury. it’s soon -. Finch hasn’t said ten words to her all week! Still.I don’t mean the whole company -. only Finch and J.

Someone’s head has to roll. In the Boardroom. and credit should go to a certain bright and very loyal young man: Finch. Rosemary enters and tells him “Darling. and isn’t that Bud Frump up there.oh.” “I love you. Biggley and the executives are explaining to Wally Womper.” Now World Wide Wickets is stronger then ever. and everyone. Bratt is now Vice President in charge of Employee Morale and Psychological Adjustment. The Chairman of the Board.” Wally and Ponty become fast friends.” “No. even dour Miss Jones. Finch agrees to take the blame for what’s happened and go back to what he was before he came here: a window washer. take a wire to the White House: Watch out!” Everyone celebrates (“Finale . before that. “I started as a window washer myself. is swept up as Finch leads a jubilant celebration of the “Brotherhood of Man.David Chase (with an able assist from Abe Burrows) “Pirate Dance” “Brotherhood of Man” 12 .” Biggley turns to his secretary: “Miss Jones. Nonetheless. I don’t care if you’re head of the mailroom or you’re Chairman of the Board or you’re President of the United States. but it seems that Wally Womper is retiring as Chairman of the Board to take a long honeymoon trip around the the world with his new wife -.industry. Biggley is still President. Finch before he accepts. where the responsibility for the whole thing lies.the former Miss Hedy La Rue. dangling from window washer’s ropes…? .The Company Way”) as the curtain falls -.” The everambitious Finch smiles: “Say that again.” says Womper.Reprise”). “No kiddin’. Who’s going to be the new Chairman of the Board? Finch will have to consult with Mrs. The ever-resourceful Finch comes to the defense of his fellows. Rosemary finds Ponty among the wreckage of the World Wide Wicket headquarters and expresses her faith in him (“I Believe in You . I love you. Wally is intent on figuring out where the real blame for this mess lies and starts looking for somebody to pin it on.

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Matthews: Ryan Watkinson Mr. Johnson/TV Announcer: Kevin Covert Mr.Cast (in order of appearance): The Voice of the Narrator: Anderson Cooper J. Mary Faber & Company Orchestra: Conductor: David Chase Associate Conductor: Matt Perri Reeds: Steve Kenyon Lawrence Feldman Mark Thrasher Trumpets: Nicholas Marchione Scott Wendholt Trombones: John Allred George Flynn Horn: David Peel Drums: Paul Pizzuti Bass: Neal Caine Guitars: Scott Kuney Percussion: Erik Charlston Harp: Grace Paradise Piano / Synth: Matt Perri Orchestrations: Doug Besterman Keyboard Programmer: Randy Cohen Music Preparation: Anixter Rice Music Service Music Coordinator: Howard Joines Ellen Harvey 14 . Bratt: Michael Park Smitty: Mary Faber Miss Jones: Ellen Harvey Miss Krumholtz: Megan Sikora Bud Frump: Christopher J. Toynbee: David Hull Mr. Peterson: Marty Lawson Mr. Tackaberry: Joey Sorge Mr. Pierrepont Finch: Daniel Radcliffe Mr. Hanke Mr. Biggley: John Larroquette Rosemary Pilkington: Rose Hemingway Mr. Gatch: Nick Mayo Mr. Hanke. Ovington: Cleve Asbury Swings: Erica Mansfield Sarah O’Gleby MichaelJon Slinger Matt Wall Christopher J. Andrews: Barrett Martin J. Davis: Justin Keyes Meredith: Stephanie Rothenberg Kathy/Scrub Woman: Cameron Adams Miss Grabowski/Scrub Woman: Paige Faure Nancy: Tanya Birl Lily: Samantha Zack Mr. Twimble/Wally Womper: Rob Bartlett Hedy La Rue: Tammy Blanchard Mr. Jenkins: Charlie Williams Mr.B.

Elyce Henkin & Sarah Ziering General Manager: Alan Wasser Associates Alan Wasser. Hanke. Michael Porto. Passaro Stage Manager: Pat Sosnow Assistant Stage Manager: Jim Athens Press: The Hartman Group Marketing: Type A Marketing Anne Rippey. Robert Jones & Danielle Boyle Rose Hemingway Company Manager: Penelope Daulton Assistant Company Manager: Cathy Kwon Christopher J. Sandy Block Greg Corradetti. Wayne Wolfe. Mark Shacket & Aaron Lustbader Advertising: Serino Coyne Michael Hartman. Michael Park & Company 15 . Allan Williams.Production Stage Manager: Michael J. Matt Ross & Nicole Capatasto Nancy Coyne.

MO. Chandler Warren. Louis. by: Robert Sher & Adam Long Producing Associate: Brandon Wardell Associate Album Producer/Album Coodinator: Jason Buell Chief Recording Engineer: Adam Long Mastered by: Brad Sarno.12. 2011 Album Associate Producers: Adam Blanshay. Louis. “Grand Old Ivy” 16 . Mario X. Gregory Rae & Scott Kirschenbaum Mixed and edited in St. Soto & Ginno Murphy Legal Representation for Theatreland Productions: A. St. Miller & Kenny Howard Van Dean Recorded at Manhattan Center in New York City on April 10 . Blue Jade Mastering.Album Produced By: Robert Sher For Theaterland Productions: Album Executive Producers: Barry L. MO Assistant to Robert Sher: Dug Feltch Associate Recording Engineer: Jason Strangfeld Production Assistants: Donald Oliver. Jr.

2011 17 . Craig Zadan Michael Park opened at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on March 27. Doug Besterman & Jon Weston CD and Digital Booklet Packaging Design & Layout: Van Dean Production Photography: Ari Mintz Publicity Photography: Matthias Clamer & Chris Callis For Manhattan Center: Assistant Recording Engineers: Johnny Lindamood.Coordinator for Frank Loesser Enterprises: Joseph Weiss A Theatreland Productions Presentation Supervising Producers: David Chase. Tom Murray. Neil Meron. Halsey Quemere & Sheldon Yellowhair Chief Technical Advisor: Joel Scheuneman Director of Audio & Video Production for Manhattan Center: OBie O’Brien For Decca Broadway: A & R Direction: Brian Drutman Package Coordination: Rafaela Hernandez A&R Administration: Evelyn Morgan Business Affairs: Sheryl Gold Special Thanks: Jo Sullivan Loesser. Darren Moore. Darrell McClanahan. Beth Williams.

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