BELLS ARE RINGING

Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green

Music by Jule Styne

Directed by Bud Abbott (in his directorial debut)        1967

Music Directed by Malcolm MacDonald

CAST

Ken Strang ............... Announcer       Dagmar Allen ..... Gwynne         Charlotte Cleghorn ..... Sue       

Donna MacDonald .. Ella                    Bill Allison ........... Carl                Charlie Sims ................ Sims

Bud Abbott .............. Sandor              Ken Kjenstad ...... Sour Man      Toni Ernst .................... Olga

Cornel Sawchuk ...... Jeff Moss           Jack Allen ........... Store Clerk 

Edna Dundass ......... Maid                   Dan Sommerfeldt ..... Paul Arnold

Roy Jones ................. Telephone Man                       Roy Jones ..................... Ludwig Smiley            

 Ralph Condon ......... Larry Hastings                        Tom Hobman ............... Inspector Barnes     

Maurice MacKay ...... Doctor Kitchell                       Rick Constantineau ..... Blake Barton

Red Daniels .............. Charles Bessemer                   Norma Johnston ...........Carol

Al Ricahrdson .... Man from Corvello Mob               Dawn Burrin ................. Michelle    

Jack Allen ..... Master of Ceremonies                        Deedee Cleghorn ........ Jimmy Mallett

Rick Constantineau, Hugh McKay & George Gibault .................................. 'other actors'
Lynda Bennett, Toni Ernst , Norma Johnston, Sandie MacKenzie,

                Donna Robertson, Debbie Skelton, Patty sommerfeldt ............... Telephone Belles  

CHORUS

Terry McLeary           Rick Constantineau          Pat Townshend                 Tom Hobman         

Judy Gleusteen          Maurice McKay                 Sandie McKenzie              Don Sommerfeldt          

Dawn Burrin              Red Daniels                        Charlotte Cleghorn          Gill Allison        

Hugh McKay              Donna MacDonald            Patty Sommerfeldt          Charlie Sims

Norma Johnston        Ralph Condon                   Donna Robertson             Roy Jones

DANCERS

Pat Booth                   Mary Hiceluk                        Vicki Hoole                       Noni Whyte

PRODUCTION TEAM

Jack Allen ................. Producer                                  Louis Price ..................................... Prompter

Nancy Parsons ........ Choreographer                        Bud Dunlop & Anna Marshall ...... Pianists

Cliff Owen ............... Stage Manger                         Gail Mawson ............... Assistant Stage Manager

Len Compton .......... Backdrops Design                  Edward Constantineau ...............  Lighting

Bill MacKenzie ......... Sound Effects                         Ken Kjenstad ................     Publicity and Tickets

Helga Lambrecht ..... Wardrobe                             Syndey Kjenstad, Sue Sheane ..... Hair styles   

Mame Connick,  Flo Downey, Louise Stropky .............................................. Makeup

Gail Mawson, Sharon Brunzel, Ellen Flint, Hazel Parsons, Clara Mae Wicker,

                Laurna Kerr, Ann Parker, Darryl Owen, Heather Brunzel ............. Backdrops and Painting
Arlene Galarneau, Edna Dundass, Mrs. A. Hunter, Brent Carver ..... Properties

Vera Johnson, Donna Macdonald, Joan Walmsley, Louis Price, Lila Owen,

                  Joan Elias, Lorna Duteau, Endna Dundass, Betty Booth ,

                      Geneiva Barrett, Norma Johnson .................................. Wardrobe Crew

Cliff Owen, Ken Strang, George Jackart, Roy Jones ......................... Sets

 

 

This show, with its gigantic cast and crew only performed for 3 nights. That was  April 6, 7 and 8, 1967.

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