BROADWAY    1977-present

The Trip Back Down - Opened 1/4/77 at the Longacre Theatre. 70 performances.

By John Bishop.  Directed by Terry Schreiber

Cast: John Cullum (Bobby Horvath), Doris Belack, Arlen Dean Snyder, William Andrews, Jill Andre, Edward Seamon

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* Number of performances listed in these pages are for the entire run of the show.

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On the Twentieth Century - Opened 2/19/78 at the St. James Theatre and ran for 449 performances. Pre-Broadway engagement at the Colonial Theatre (Boston).

Music by Cy Coleman; Book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green.  Directed by Harold Prince.

Cast: John Cullum (Oscar Jaffee), Madeline Kahn (replaced by Judy Kaye), Imogene Coca, George Coe, Dean Dittman, Kevin Kline, George Lee Andrews, Christina Ebersole.

For his role as maniacal theatrical producer Oscar Jaffee, Mr. Cullum received his second Tony Award as Best Actor in a Musical.

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Deathtrap - Opened 2/26/78 at the Music Box;1793 performances

By Ira Levin.  Directed by Robert Moore

John Cullum (Sidney Bruhl, repl.), Marian Seldes, Daren Kelly, Steve Bassett, Elizabeth Parrish, William LeMassena

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Private Lives - Opened 4/1/83 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 63 performances.  Also toured to: Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Los Angeles and Chicago.

By Noel Coward.  Directed by Milton Katselas

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor (Amanda Pryne), Richard Burton (Eliott Chase), John Cullum (Victor Pryne and standby for Eliott Chase), Kathryn Walker (Sybyl Chase), Helena Carroll.

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Doubles - Opened 5/8/85 at the Ritz Theatre; 277 performances

By David Wiltse.  Directed by Morton Da Costa

John Cullum (Guy), Ron Liebman (Lennie), Austin Pendleton (Arnie), Tony Roberts (George), Kate Collins (Heather), Nicholas Wyman (Chuck)

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The Boys in Autumn - Opened 4/30/86 at Circle in the Square. 70 performances

By Bernard Sabath.  Directed by Theodore Mann

Cast: George C. Scott (Henry Finnegan), John Cullum (Thomas Gray)

Mr. Cullum portrayed the middle-aged Tom Sawyer, opposite George C. Scott's Huck Finn in this two-man show.

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You Never Can Tell - (Opened 10/9/86 at Circle in the Square. 125 performances.)

By George Bernard Shaw.  Directed by Stephen Porter

Cast: Amanda Plummer, Victor Garber, Tracy Sallows, John David Cullum, Uta Hagen, Lise Hilboldt, Stefan Gierasch, Gordon Sterne, John Cullum (replaced Philip Bosco as The Waiter), Eric Swanson, Stephen McHattie

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Shenandoah (revival) - Opened 8/8/89 at the Virginia Theatre for a limited engagement of 31 performances.

Music by Gary Geld; Lyrics by Peter Udell; Book by James Lee Barrett with Philip Rose and Peter Udell. Based on the original screenplay by James Lee Barrett.  Directed by Philip Rose.

Cast John Cullum (Charlie Anderson), Burke Lawrence, Christopher Martin, Nigel Hamer, Stephen McIntyre, Tracey Moore, Robin Blake, Jason Zimbler, Camilla Scott, Roy McKay, Donald Saunders, Thomas Cavanaugh, Jim Selman, Casper Roos

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Aspects of Love - Opened 4/8/90 at the Broadhurst Theatre. 490 performances.

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart, Based on the novel by David Garnett, Adaptation by Andrew Lloyd Webber.  Directed by Trevor Nunn

Cast: John Cullum (George Dillingham, repl.), Sarah Brightman, Elinore O'Connell, Marcus Lovett, Walter Charles, Danielle DuClos, Kathleen Rowe McAllen

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Show Boat - Opened 10/2/94 at the Gershwin Theatre. 946 performances.

Music by Jerome Kern, Lyrics and book by Oscar Hammerstein II, Based on the novel by Edna Ferber.  Directed by Harold Prince

Cast: John Cullum (Cap'n Andy, repl.), Carole Shelley, Sarah Pfisterer, Hugh Panaro, Lonette McKee, Joel Blum, Beth Leavel, Gretha Boston, Fred Love, Andr Solomon-Glover

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Urinetown, The Musical - Opened 9/13/01 at Henry Miller's Theatre

Music and lyrics by Mark Hollman; Book and lyrics by Greg KotisDirected by John Rando

Cast: David Beach, Rachell Coloff, Jennifer Cody, Rick Crom, John Cullum (Caldwell B. Cladwell), John Deyle, Hunter Foster, Victor Hawks, Ken Jennings, Spencer Kayden, Megan Lawrence, Daniel Marcus, Jeff McCarthy, Nancy Opel, Lawrence E. Street, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Kaye Walbye

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Something Good - Special Event, 1 performance, 6/28/2002 at the Gershwin Theatre

A tribute to Richard Rodgers in the centennial year of his birth. 
Music by Richard Rodgers; Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers; Musical Director Kevin Stites.

Cast:  Laura Benanti, Jessica Boevers, Justin Bohon, John Bucchino, Barbara Cook, John Cullum (performed "Strangers," from the TV musical Androcles and the Lion, and "This Nearly Was Mine" from South Pacific), Toni DeBuono, Erin Dilly, Marin Mazzie, Howard McGillin, Lauren Mitchell, The OKLAHOMA! Chorale, Louise Pitre, Lea Salonga, Billy Stritch, Mary Testa, Patrick Wilson, Theodore S. Chapin (Host), Kate Levin

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Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! - The Musical
- Previews begin 10/25/06 ; Opens 11/8/06 with a limited run through 1/7/07 at the Hilton Theatre on Broadway, 213 West 42nd Street, NYC

Music by Mel Marvin, Book and Lyrics by Timothy Mason. Additional songs by Albert Hague.  Based on the original book by Dr. Seuss (Theodore Giesel).  Production Created and Supervised by Jack O'Brien; Directed by Matt August.


Patrick Page The Grinch
John Cullum
Old Max
Rusty Ross Young Max

Caitlin Belcik Annie Who              
Nicole Bocchi Cindy-Lou Who       
Aaron Conley Boo Who                 
James Du Chateau Danny Who         
Eamon Foley
Danny Who             
Kaitlin Hopkins Mama Who
Libby Jacobson Betty Who               
Caroline London Cindy-Lou Who       
Michael McCormick Grandpa Who    
Malcolm Morano Boo Who                
Jan Neuberger Grandma Who           
Heather Tepe
Annie Who              
Price Waldman Papa Who    
Brynn Williams Betty Who    

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