The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Name: Joseph Papp Public Theater/Joe's Pub
Address: 425 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10003
Production Details
Number of performances: 13
Opening date: February 1, 1979
Closing date: March 4, 1979
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Producer
Joseph Papp Producer
Jacques Demy Book
Michel Legrand Composer
Norman Gimbel Additional Lyrics
Jacques Demy Original Author
Andrei Serban Director
Steve Margoshes Musical Director
Craig Zadan Assistant Director
Michael Yeargan Set Designer
Jane Greenwood Costume Designer
Ian Calderon Lighting Designer
Julia Gillett Production Stage Manager
Alan Fox Stage Manager
Michel Legrand Musical Arrangements
Michel Legrand Orchestrations
Lew Paer Bass
Jacqueline Mullen Cellist
Skip Reed Drums
Michael Philip Ward Keyboards
Larry Spivak Percussion
Steve Margoshes Piano
Bill Blount Reeds
Bob Mintzer Reeds
Juliet Haffner Viola
Carol Ann Poole Violin
Evan Pris Violin

Actor Role
Stuart Baker-Bergen Pierre/ Minister/ Customer
Stephen Bogardus Jean/ Waiter
Shirley Chester Madame Germaine
Indira Stefanianna Christopherson Genevieve
Jennifer Governor Francoise
Laurence Guittard Cassard
Marc Jordan Aubin
Joe Palmieri Bernard/ Postman
Michael Pearlman Francois
Dean Pitchford Guy
Lizabeth Pritchett Aunt Elise
Judith Roberts Madame Emery
Maureen Silliman Madeleine
Jeannine Taylor Jenny
William Tost Customer/ Dubourg/ Cafe Owner
Stephen Bogardus Guy UNDERSTUDY
Shirley Chester Aunt Elise UNDERSTUDY
Leila Martin Madame Emery/ Madame Germaine UNDERSTUDY
Joe Palmieri Aubin UNDERSTUDY
Brian Stuart Cassard/ Dubourg/ Cafe Owner UNDERSTUDY
Jeannine Taylor Genevieve/ Madeleine UNDERSTUDY

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Award Person / Company Function
1 WON 1979 Hewes Design Award, Scenic Design Michael Yeargan Set Designer
At the time this production played the theatre was known as the Cabaret Theater