Picon Pie

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Picon Pie
Written by Rose Leiman Goldemberg
Characters Molly Picon
Jacob 'Yonkel' Kalich
Date premiered July 15, 2004
Original language English

Picon Pie was an Off-Broadway musical written by Rose Leiman Goldemberg and produced by Edmund Gaynes. It opened in New York City at the DR2 Theatre on July 15, 2004 and starred Barbara Minkus as Molly Picon. The production moved to the Lamb's Theatre on February 17, 2005. It closed on June 2, 2005.

Cast and credits

Molly Picon was played by Barbara Minkus. After production moved to the Lamb's Theatre, Molly Ricon was played by June Gable. The understudy for Molly was Carolyn Seiff. Jacob 'Yonkel' Kalich was played by Stuart Zagnit and his understudy was Stuart Marshall.[1]

The Off-Broadway production was directed by Pamela Hall, musically directed by Carl Danielsen, set design by Matthew Maraffi, costume design by Laura Frecon, the Production Stage Manager was Josh Iacovelli with lighting design by Graham Kindred and Heather Layman (at DR2).

The musicians consisted of Margot Leveritt on the Klesmer, Kenny Kosek on violin and Musical Director, Carl Danielsen on piano, followed by Liz Snyder and Steven Sterner.[2]

References

  1. ^ Willis, John A; Hodges, Ben (March 1, 2007). "Theatre World:". ISBN 978-1-55783-703-5.
  2. ^ "Picon Pie". Lortel Archives. New York, NY: Lucille Lortel Foundation. Retrieved November 21, 2013.

External links

  • http://www.curtainup.com/piconpie.html (a review from the DR2 opening)


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