by Kurt Weill and Alfred Uhry

Manhattan Theatre Club

Biltmore Theatre

Directed by Harold Prince, Choreographed by Patricia Birch

Costumes by Judith Dolan, Lighting by Howell Binkley, Sound by Duncan Edwards;


Drama Desk Award Nomination, Henry Hewes Award Nomination

Klops Lied

Michael Cerveris, Donna Murphy

Tango Ballad

David Pittu & Company

Alabama Song

Donna Murphy & Michael Cerveris



Moon of Alabama


Very, Very, Very

Herdon Lackey, Graham Rowat & Rachel Ulanet

Surabaya Johnny

Donna Murphy

Brecht's Summer Cottage

David Pittu, Judy Blazer, Ann Morrison & Rachel Ulanet

Illusion Wedding Show

Donna Murphy, John Scherer & Michael Cerveris

"Prince as always has surrounded himself with top-notch collaborators. Working with Prince for the first time is set designer Beowulf Boritt, whose inventive work here -- alternating strokes of witty economy with elaborate detail -- is a constant source of surprise. Constructing distinctively styled variations on the same faux proscenium to mark the shift from the show's European first act to America in act two is a clever, unifying touch."

~David Rooney, Variety

"The amusingly erotic statuary of the proscenium arch, designed, like the rest of the arch and fluid scenery, by the gifted Beowulf Boritt, setting the scene saucily, speedily and succinctly -- stenographic scenography."

~John Simon, Bloomberg News

"And a final word for Prince's own splendid collaborators...the scenery by the always clever Beowulf Boritt."

~Clive Barnes, NY Post

"The sets by Beowulf Boritt supply just enough distance and handsome spectacle for this chamber musical."

~Linda Winer, Newsday