“Carnival” at Barn Theatre

Music & Lyrics by Robert Merrill
Book by Michael Stewart

Based on the 1953 movie "Lili", this dazzling musical theater classic tells the story of a young orphan girl who finds romance and adventure in the magical world of a traveling circus in Southern France. Roustabouts, puppets and circus acts fill the stage, while the story is told through hauntingly touching music, including the songs "Love Makes the World Go Round" and "It Was Always You". With music and lyrics by Bob Merrill and book by Michael Stewart, "Carnival" won the 1961 New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical and was nominated for seven Tony Awards.

Performed by Barn Theatre
At The Barn Theatre
Performances ran
Friday, November 24, 2000 thru Saturday, December 9, 2000
B.F. Schlegel.... Bob Kanarick
Dr. Glass / Weight Lifter.... Peter Dragon
Greta.... Christina Kirk Has Bio
Grobert / Renardo.... Matt Heffernan
Horrible Henry.... Lois Sharrott
Jacquot.... Nat Kramer
Lili.... Andrea Quinn
Marco the Magnificent.... Jeffrey R. Dopson Has Bio Has photo
Marguerite.... Joan Ludwig Has Bio
Olga.... Laura Kennedy Has Bio
Paul.... Michael Friedhoff
Rosalie.... Maria Brodeur Ludwig Has Bio
Zuwicki Twin.... Elena Marie
Zuwicki Twin.... Ellen Temple
Chorus.... Susan Alexander
Chorus.... Geraldine Baillod
Chorus.... Dianne Ciccone
Chorus.... Lori Ganci
Chorus.... John Giordano
Chorus.... Pearl Hart
Chorus.... Allison Kaston
Chorus.... Sacha Kazan
Chorus.... Lisa Zemaneck
Directed by Mary Jo Grdina Stephenson
Choreography by Kelly Murphy
Produced by Roberta Kanarick
Produced by Lillian Miller Has photo
Assistant Choreography by Hope Kowalski Porta
Costume Design by Janet Lazar Has photo
Costume Design by Eileen Lowry
Stage Managed by Bobbie Besiack
Musical Direction by Warren Helms Has photo
Set Designed by Cece Dwyer
Set Designed by Ed Nicolazzo
Properties by Lucille Kudelko
Note: These recording are not of the productions list here, but of Broadway or Hollywood versions.