The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public is a musical with a book by Larry L. King and Peter Masterson and music and lyrics by Carol Hall. It is a sequel to the 1978 musical The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.
Hoping to recover $26 million in back taxes owed them by Las Vegas whorehouse Stallion Fields, the IRS lures former brothel madam Mona Stangley out of retirement to run the operation. Complications arise when billionaire Sam Dallas arranges the sale of shares in the enterprise on the stock exchange and right-wing politician Senator A. Harry Hardast objects to his plan.
The Vegas locale allows for an ongoing parade of barely dressed showgirls in glitzy Bob Mackie costumes, Sonny and Cher, Elvis Presley, Liberace, and Siegfried and Roy impersonators, and a two-bit stand-up comic acting as emcee against a background of flashing neon lights and accompanied by the sound of ever-jangling slot machines.
After 28 previews, the Broadway production, directed by Tommy Tune and Peter Masterson and choreographed by Tune and Jeff Calhoun, opened on May 10, 1994 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, where it ran for 16 performances. The cast included Dee Hoty as Mona, Scott Holmes as Sam, Ronn Carroll as the Senator, and Jim David as the emcee.
1 Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public (The) peut-être considéré comme un Flop musical
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Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public (The) (1194-05-Lunt-Fontanne Theatre-Broadway)Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis) Durée : 1 semaine Nombre : 15 représentationsPremière Preview : mardi 10 mai 1994Première : mardi 10 mai 1994Dernière : samedi 21 mai 1994Mise en scène : Tommy Tune • Peter Masterson • Chorégraphie : Producteur : Avec : Troy Britton Johnson (Showroom Headliner); Showroom Patrons: Gerry Burkhardt, Laurel Lynn Collins, Sally Mae Dunn, Tom Flagg, Joe Hart, Don Johanson, Mark Manley, Mary Frances McCatty, Casey Nicholaw, Louise Ruck, William Ryall, Shaver Tillitt, Jillana Urbina, Richard Vida, and Theara J. Ward; Street Whores: Pamela Everett, Ganine Giorgione, Amy N. Heggins, Lainie Sakakura, and Christina Youngman; Danny Rutigliano (Ralph J. Bostick), Jim David (Comedian, The President’s Hairdresser); Las Vegas Legends: Mary Frances McCatty, Don Johanson, Laurel Lynn Collins, Gerry Burkhardt, Sally Mae Dunn, Theara J. Ward, and William Ryall; Kevin Cooney (I.R.S. Director), David Doty (Schmidt, B. S. Bullehit, The President of the United States), Gina Torres (Terri Clark), Dee Hoty (Mona Stangley), Joe Hart (Whorehouse Client), Scott Holmes (Sam Dallas), Ronn Carroll (Senator A. Harry Hardast), Pamela Everett (Lotta Lovingood); The Working Girls and the Wall Street Wolves: Gerry Burkhardt, Laurel Lynn Collins, Sally Mae Dunn, Pamela Everett, Tom Flagg, Ganine Giorgione, Joe Hart, Amy N. Heggens, Don Johanson, Troy Britton Johnson, Mark Manley, Mary Francis McCatty, Casey Nicholaw, Louise Ruck, Danny Rutigliano, William Ryall, Lainie Sakakura, Shaver Tillitt, Jillana Urbina, Richard Vida, Theara J. Ward, Christina Youngman; Pit Vocalists: Susannah Blinkoff, Nancy LaMott, and Ryan Perry
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