City of Angels

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Book by Larry Gelbart
Music by Cy Coleman
Lyrics by David Zippel
Originally produced on Broadway by
Nick Vanoff, Roger Berlind, Jujamcyn Theaters,
Suntory International Corp. and The Shubert Organization

Directed by Andy Sandberg

Music Direction by Andrew Sotomayor

Set in the glamorous, seductive Hollywood of the 40s, the world of film studios and flimsy negligees, CITY OF ANGELS chronicles the misadventures of Stine, a young novelist, attempting to write a screenplay of one of his detective novels.  Each scene he writes comes to life on stage, starring his hardboiled detective alter-ego, Stone.  As Stone’s life in the film plot gets more complicated, so does Stine’s personal and professional life, until the point when the two plots intersect.  The amazing double score and story do what all good movies should, eventually winding up to two happy endings.

Executive Producer:  Sandy Dickinson
Set Design:  Anne Auberjonois & Byron Bell
Costume Design:  Nancy Johnson
Lighting Design:  Alistair Wandesforde-Smith
Properties: Paula Gerden & Julie Schwartz
Production Manager:  Al Loomis
Stage Management:  Suzanne R. Taylor with Jane Brogan, Becky Brown & Cornelia Iredell

Stine:   Neal Young*
Stone:   Paul Mitchell Wilder
Gabby/Bobbi:   Jennifer Dorre
Donna/Oolie:   Brady Lynch
Buddy/Irwin:   Alan Abrams*
Carla/Alaura:   Sydney Ransom
Werner/Luther:   Sandy Kennedy
Avril/Mallory:   Shanna Siegmund
Pancho/Munoz:   Michael Moss
Jimmy Powers:   Johnny Hager
Gilbert/Dr. Mandril:   Tom Frueh
Gerald/Peter: Chris Dorre
Del Dacosta/Mahoney:   Michael Macaione*
Cop/Big Six:   Andrew Neuman
Cop/Sonny:   Luisa Boyaggi
Gene/Pasco:   John C. Taylor
Hairdresser/Margie:   Patricia Berg*
Masseuse/Yamato:   Jessica Meese
Commissioner Gaines:  Ron Romaine
Angel City Four:   Rebecca Grady
Angel City Four:   Julia Farina
Angel City Four:   David Pasteelnick
Angel City Four:   Christian Smythe

Party guests, film crew and others:  Ariel Andrews, Nancy Blagman, Nettie Chickering, Jennifer Gelber,
Casey Keeler, Maria Plantilla, Emily Ruderman


We are accepting donations to the BHT Ticket Fund which will allow us to provide free or low-cost seats to student and/or senior groups who might not otherwise be able to attend.  Your generous contribution toward the cost of $30 seats will help underwrite this effort.

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Blue Hill Troupe, Ltd
PO Box 1023
Planetarium Station
New York, NY  10024

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