Prince and the Pauper [Original Off-Broadway Cast]

The Prince and the Pauper [Original Off-Broadway Cast]

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Performance Credits

Frank Basile   Reeds
Sally Wilfert   Vocals
Michael McCormick   Vocals
John Glaudini   Piano
Gerard Canonico   Vocals
Rita Harvey   Vocals
Allison Fischer   Vocals
Rob Evan   Vocals
Anne-Marie Tranchida   Cello
Guy LeMonnier   Vocals
Prince and the Pauper Cast Ensemble   cast
Wayne Schroder   Vocals
Dennis Michael Hall   Vocals
Brian Minyard   Vocals
Robert Anthony Jones   Vocals

Technical Credits

Stevie Nicks   Composer
David Gates   Composer
Troy Halderson   Engineer
Rick Nowels   Composer
Tscho Thomas Schilling   Production Stage Manager
Joseph Kolinski   Contributor
John Yap   Producer,Executive Producer
Andy Spooner   Composer
Sally Wilfert   Contributor
Michael McCormick   Contributor
Mark Twain   Author
John Glaudini   Arranger,Liner Notes,Musical Director,Musical Supervision
Ray Roderick   Director,Liner Notes,Book
Guy Lemonnier   Contributor
Gerard Canonico   Contributor
Rita Harvey   Contributor
Allison Fischer   Contributor
Rob Evan   Contributor
Kathy Brier   Contributor
Neil Berg   Lyricist,Liner Notes
Bernie Garzia   Lyricist,Liner Notes,Book
John A. Yap   Executive Producer
Wayne Schroder   Contributor
William Lehner   Composer

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The Prince and the Pauper [Original Off-Broadway Cast] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Brachalah More than 1 year ago
I am writing to add to my review...I also wanted to add that another good play this makes me think of is Beauty and the Beast on Broadway, which might also appeal to people who saw this play, as well.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this play, and I really loved it. It was probably aimed at younger kids, but even though I'm only 15, I still loved the magic of it! The time I saw it, it was the last day it would be on Broadway, this also happened to me at the Bank St. Theatre, with Councellor at Law. I liked "If I were You", and the refrain of it is soooo stuck in my head. Even better than the adult actors, the girl who sang "Is This Love" was amazing, and had the best voice, I admire it so much! Wow, and Miles held his voice for soo long, which I can do, too. It was the cutest theatre, where Mark Twain used to sit and write (used to be a hotel or tavern, and this is what it said in my playbill at the back, so....). I wish I had my balloon from there, but I don't-I will always remember this excellent play!