The Grand Tour

Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
Book by Michael StewartMark Bramble


The Grand Tour

Director
Choreographer
Musical Director
Scenic Design
Costume Design
Lighting Design
Sound Design
Properties Design
Hair & Wig Design
Production Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Marketing/Public Relations

Dialict Consultant

House Manager

Lighting Operator

Follow Spot Operators

Costume Mistress

Sound Engineer

Back Stage Crew

Technical Director

Master Electrician

Set Construction

Production Crew

Production Photography

Graphic Design


Evan Weinstein
Peggy Hickey
Jeff Rizzo
Bradley Kaye
A. Jeffrey Schoenberg
Don Guy
Drew Dalzell
MacAndME
Joni Rudesill
Leesa Freed
Alisha Heistad
David Elzer/Demand PR

Joel Goldes

Jen Burnett

Spencer Howard

Elanor Wood, Jaime Miller

Eleanor Wood

Cricket Myers

M.E. McElveney, Andrea Dean

Robert T. Kyle

Jeremy Bryden

Studio 1247

James King, Danny Barbosa,

Sean Kozmo, Watson Bradshaw

Michael Lamont

Ricky Vodka


CAST
(in order of appearance)

S.L. Jacobowsky
Chauffeur, Train Conductor,
S.S. Officer, Papa Clairon
Col Tadeusz Beleslav Stjerbinsky
Madame Bouffier, Yvonne
Man with Pince-Nez, S.S. Officer,
Undercover Agent
Marianne
Madame Vauclain,
Madame Manzoni,
Madame Clairon,
Madame Pauline
S.S. Captain
Well-Dressed Woman,
Claudine, Lily
S.S. Officer, Bargeman, Groom

Jason Graae
John Racca

John Ganun
Cynthia Beckert
Michael Dotson

Tami Tappan Damiano
Marsha Kramer



Gordon Goodman
Robyn Cohen

Peter Musante

MUSICIANS

Piano/Conductor
Bass
Percussion
Reeds

Scenes and Musical Numbers

Act One

Prologue: Occupied Europe

Scene One:  Hotel De La Rose, Paris

I'll Be Here Tomorrow


Jacobowsky

Scene 2: St. Cyrille, that evening

I Belong Here

Marianne


Marianne

Colonel

Scene 3: A Train to Evron

We’re Almost There

Marianne, Jacobowsky and Company

Scene 4: Countryside on the way to Rennes

Marianne (reprise)

Jacobowsky

Scene 5: The Outskirts of Rennes

More and More/Less and Less

Marianne and Colonel

Scene 6: Carnival Manzoni, The Outskirts of Rennes

One Extraordinary Thing 

Jacobowsky, Marianne and Company


ACT TWO:

Entr’acte

Scene 1: A Barge to St. Nazaire

Mrs. S.L. Jacobowsky

Jacobowsky

Scene 2: Cafe Clairon, St. Nazaire

Mazel Tov

Papa Clairon, Jacobowsky and Company

Scene 3: The Outskirts of St. Nazaire

I Think, I Think

Colonel

Scene 4: A Bordello

I Want to Live Each Night

You I Like

Marianne and Courtesans

Coloney and Jacobowsky

Scene 5: The Old Wharf

I Belong Here (reprise)

I’ll Be Here Tomorrow (reprise)

You I Like 

Marianne

Jacobowsky

Company


Based on the original play JACOBOWSKI AND THE COLONEL

by
Franz Werfel 

and the American Play based on the same

by
S.N. Behrman

Originally produced on Broadway by James M. Nederlander, Diana Shumlin, Jack Schlissel in association with Carole J. Shorenstein and Stewart F. Lane

 

We would like to thank Barbara Beckley and The Colony Theatre for this rare opportunity to rework and revisit a show that we loved and lost.


-- Jerry Herman and Mark Bramble



Special Thanks

Bill Shaw, San Gabriel Civic Auditorium, The City of Burbank, Burbank Department of Park, Recreation, and Community Services, Burbank YMCA, Barry Burnett, Richard Ford, A. Rodney Johnson, Derek Bjornsen, Red Colegrove, Burris Jakes, Emily Futernick, USC Choreographic Intern, Kramer’s Pipe & Tobacco Shop in Beverly Hills, Chuck Olsen, Joel Goldes, Dialect Consultant, www.thedialectcoach.com, Kevin Smith and Dal Tile, Dean Mora