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The Fourth US Tour opened in March 1987 and ran until 1999, touring the United States as well as parts of Canada.[1]

It was also called the "Second Bus and Truck" Tour and originated from the Los Angeles (or US Tour II) production.

It was produced by Cameron Mackintosh, The Really Useful Company Limited, David Geffen and The Shubert Organization.

This production had Mistoffelees singing the second verse of his song himself, and thus having the dance break come after the second verse, rather than before.

Creative Team and Crew Edit

Director: David Taylor (after Trevor Nunn)

Associate Choreographers: T. Michael Reed and Richard Stafford (after Gillian Lynne)

Associate Scenic Designer: Raymond Huessy (after John Napier)

Associate Lighting Designer: Rick Belzer (after David Hersey)

Make-Up Designer: Candace Carell

Costumes made by Parsons-Meares

Wigs by Paul Huntley

Musical Director: Jack Gaughan and Michael Huffman

Tour Dates Edit

1987
City Theatre Dates
New Haven, Connecticut Shubert Performing Arts Center March 31, 1987 - April 12, 1987
Buffalo, New York Shea's Performing Arts Center April 14, 1987 - April 26, 1987
Knoxville, Tennessee Knoxville Civic Auditorium April 28, 1987 - May 3, 1987
Toledo, Ohio Stranahan Theater And Great Hall May 5, 1987 - May 10, 1987
Nashville, Tennessee Tennessee Performing Arts Center May 12, 1987 - May 17, 1987
Evansville, Indiana Vanderburgh Auditorium May 19, 1987 - May 21, 1987
Fort Wayne, Indiana The Embassy Theatre May 22, 1987 - May 23, 1987
Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines Civic Center May 26, 1987 - May 31, 1987
Houston, Texas Jones Hall For The Performing Arts June 2, 1987 - June 7, 1987
Fort Worth, Texas Tarrant County Convention Center June 9, 1987 - June 14, 1987
Albuquerque, New Mexico Popejoy Hall June 16, 1987 - June 19, 1987
El Paso, Texas Abraham Chavez Theatre June 20, 1987 - June 21, 1987
San Diego, California San Diego Civic Theatre June 23, 1987 - June 28, 1987
Long Beach, California Terrace Theatre at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center June 30, 1987 - July 5, 1987
Fresno, California Saroyan Theatre July 7, 1987 - July 9, 1987
Sacramento, California Sacramento Community Center Theater July 10, 1987 - July 19, 1987
San Jose, California San Jose Center For The Performing Arts July 21, 1987 - July 26, 1987
Phoenix, Arizona Symphony Hall July 28, 1987 - August 8, 1987
Tulsa, Oklahoma Chapman Music Hall At Tulsa Performing Arts Center August 11, 1987 - August 16, 1987
Houston, Texas Jones Hall For The Performing Arts August 18, 1987 - August 30, 1987
Austin, Texas Bass Concert Hall at University of Texas at Austin Performing Arts Center September 1, 1987 - September 6, 1987
San Antonio, Texas Majestic Theatre September 8, 1987 - September 13, 1987
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Civic Center Music Hall September 15, 1987 - September 20, 1987
Little Rock, Arkansas Robinson Center Music Hall September 21, 1987 - September 23, 1987
Ames, Iowa Stephens Auditorium at Iowa State Center September 24, 1987 - September 27, 1987
Iowa City, Iowa Hancher Auditorium September 29, 1987 - October 1, 1987
Peoria, Illinois Peoria Civic Center Theatre October 2, 1987 - October 4, 1987
Rockford, Illinois Coronado Performing Arts Center October 6, 1987 - October 8, 1987
South Bend, Indiana Morris Performing Arts Center October 9, 1987 - October 11, 1987
Memphis, Tennessee Orpheum Theatre - Memphis October 20, 1987 - October 25, 1987
Orlando, Florida Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre October 27, 1987 - November 1, 1987
Miami, Florida Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County November 3, 1987 - November 15, 1987
Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Civic Auditorium November 17, 1987 - November 22, 1987
Clearwater, Florida Ruth Eckerd Hall November 24, 1987 - November 29, 1987
New Orleans, Louisiana Saenger Theatre December 1, 1987 - December 13, 1987
Jackson, Mississippi Jackson Municipal Auditorium - Thalia Mara Hall December 15, 1987 - December 16, 1987
Panama City, Florida Marina Civic Center December 17, 1987 - December 17, 1987
Mobile, Alabama Mobile Civic Center Theatre December 18, 1987 - December 20, 1987
1988
City Theatre Dates
Miami, Florida Jackie Gleason Theater Of Performing Arts December 22, 1987 - January 3, 1988
Fort Myers, Florida Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall January 4, 1988 - January 7, 1988
Charleston, South Carolina Gaillard Municipal Auditorium January 8, 1988 - January 9, 1988
Birmingham, Alabama Birmingham-Jefferson Concert Hall January 12, 1988 - January 17, 1988
Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Center January 19, 1988 - January 20, 1988
Spartanburg, South Carolina Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium January 21, 1988 - January 24, 1988
Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Performing Arts Theatre January 26, 1988 - January 28, 1988
Greensboro, North Carolina War Memorial Auditorium January 29, 1988 - January 31, 1988
Charlotte, North Carolina Ovens Auditorium February 2, 1988 - February 7, 1988
Columbia, South Carolina Koger Center For The Arts February 8, 1988 - February 9, 1988
Binghamton, New York Broome County Forum Theatre February 10, 1988 - February 14, 1988
Utica, New York Stanley Performing Arts Center February 16, 1988 - February 19, 1988
Elmira, New York Clemens Center February 20, 1988 - February 21, 1988
Syracuse, New York Landmark Theatre February 23, 1988 - February 28, 1988
Rochester, New York Auditorium Theatre - Rochester March 1, 1988 - March 6, 1988
Erie, Philadelphia Warner Theatre March 8, 1988 - March 10, 1988
Scranton, Philadelphia Scranton Cultural Center March 11, 1988 - March 13, 1988
University Park, Philadelphia Eisenhower Auditorium March 15, 1988 - March 15, 1988
West Lafayette, Indiana Edward C. Elliott Hall Of Music March 16, 1988 - March 17, 1988
Toledo, Ohio Stranahan Theater And Great Hall March 18, 1988 - March 20, 1988
Muncie, Indiana Emens Auditorium March 22, 1988 - March 23, 1988
Decatur, Illinois Kirkland Fine Arts Center March 24, 1988 - March 24, 1988
Davenport, Iowa Adler Theatre March 25, 1988 - March 27, 1988
Nashville, Tennessee Tennessee Performing Arts Center March 29, 1988 - April 3, 1988
St. Louis, Missouri Fox Theatre April 5, 1988 - April 10, 1988
College Station, Texas Rudder Auditorium April 12, 1988 - April 14, 1988
Corpus Christi, Texas Bayfront Plaza Auditorium April 15, 1988 - April 17, 1988
Lubbock, Texas Lubbock Municipal Auditorium April 19, 1988 - April 21, 1988
Tucson, Arizona Centennial Hall April 22, 1988 - April 24, 1988
Costa Mesa, California Segerstrom Center for the Arts May 3, 1988 - May 8, 1988
Honolulu, Hawaii Neal S. Blaisdell Center Concert Hall May 10, 1988 - May 22, 1988
San Francisco, California Golden Gate Theatre May 25, 1988 - July 17, 1988
Los Angeles, California Pantages Theatre July 19, 1988 - July 24, 1988
Phoenix, Arizona Symphony Hall July 26, 1988 - July 31, 1988
Fresno, California Saroyan Theatre August 2, 1988 - August 3, 1988
Portland, Oregon Keller Auditorium August 5, 1988 - August 11, 1988
Spokane, Washington IndianaB Performing Arts Center August 12, 1988 - August 14, 1988
Eugene, Oregon Hult Center For The Performing Arts August 16, 1988 - August 18, 1988
Seattle, Washington Paramount Theatre August 19, 1988 - August 28, 1988
Sacramento, California Sacramento Community Center Theater August 30, 1988 - September 4, 1988
Pasadena, California Pasadena Civic Auditorium September 6, 1988 - September 11, 1988
San Diego, California San Diego Civic Theatre September 13, 1988 - September 18, 1988
Costa Mesa, California Segerstrom Center for the Arts September 20, 1988 - September 25, 1988
Colorado Springs, Colorado Pikes Peak Center September 27, 1988 - October 2, 1988
Omaha, Nebraska Orpheum Theater October 4, 1988 - October 6, 1988
Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines Civic Center October 7, 1988 - October 9, 1988
Grand Forks, North Dakota Chester Fritz Auditorium October 11, 1988 - October 11, 1988
Duluth, Minnesota Duluth Entertainment Convention Center October 12, 1988 - October 13, 1988
Thunder Bay, Ontario Thunder Bay Community Auditorium October 14, 1988 - October 16, 1988
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Riverside Theatre October 18, 1988 - October 23, 1988
Minneapolis, Minnesota Northrop Auditorium October 25, 1988 - October 30, 1988
Saginaw, Michigan The Dow Event Center November 1, 1988 - November 3, 1988
East Lansing, Michigan Wharton Center for the Performing Arts November 4, 1988 - November 6, 1988
Normal, Illinois Braden Auditorium November 8, 1988 - November 9, 1988
West Lafayette, Indiana Edward C. Elliott Hall Of Music November 10, 1988 - November 10, 1988
Memphis, Tennessee Orpheum Theatre November 11, 1988 - November 13, 1988
Champaign, Illinois Assembly Hall November 15, 1988 - November 16, 1988
Bloomington, Indiana Indiana University Auditorium November 17, 1988 - November 17, 1988
Columbus, Ohio Ohio Theatre November 18, 1988 - November 20, 1988
Kalamazoo, Michigan James W. Miller Auditorium November 22, 1988 - November 24, 1988
Richmond, Virginia Altria Theater November 25, 1988 - November 27, 1988
Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Center November 29, 1988 - December 1, 1988
Birmingham, Alabama Birmingham-Jefferson Concert Hall December 2, 1988 - December 4, 1988
Atlanta, Georgia Fox Theatre December 6, 1988 - December 11, 1988
Melbourne, Florida Brevard December 13, 1988 - December 15, 1988
Lakeland, Florida Youkey Theatre At The Lakeland Center December 16, 1988 - December 18, 1988
New Orleans, Louisiana Saenger Theatre December 20, 1988 - December 25, 1988
1989
City Theatre Dates
Fort Myers, Florida Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall January 3, 1989 - January 5, 1989
Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Civic Auditorium January 6, 1989 - January 8, 1989
Savannah, Georgia Johnny Mercer Theatre January 10, 1989 - January 14, 1989
Fort Worth, Texas Tarrant County Convention Center January 15, 1989 - January 15, 1989
Shreveport, Louisiana Strand Theatre Of Shreveport January 17, 1989 - January 19, 1989
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Civic Center Music Hall January 20, 1989 - January 22, 1989
Kansas City, Missouri Midland Theatre January 24, 1989 - January 29, 1989
Amarillo, Texas Amarillo Civic Theatre January 31, 1989 - February 1, 1989
Wichita Falls, Texas Wichita Falls Memorial Auditorium February 2, 1989 - February 2, 1989
Wichita, Kansas Century II Concert Hall February 3, 1989 - February 5, 1989
Aurora, Illinois Paramount Arts Centre February 7, 1989 - February 12, 1989
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Heinz Hall February 21, 1989 - March 5, 1989
Hershey, Pennsylvania Hershey Theatre March 14, 1989 - March 19, 1989
Wilmington, Delaware DuPont Theatre March 21, 1989 - March 26, 1989
Binghamton, New York Broome County Forum Theatre March 28, 1989 - March 30, 1989
Buffalo, New York Shea's Performing Arts Center March 31, 1989 - April 2, 1989
Schenectady, New York Proctors April 4, 1989 - April 9, 1989
Syracuse, New York Crouse-Hinds Theater - Mulroy Civic Center at Oncenter April 11, 1989 - April 13, 1989
Providence, Rhode Island Providence Performing Arts Center April 14, 1989 - April 16, 1989
Erie, Pennsylvania Warner Theatre April 18, 1989 - April 20, 1989
Rochester, New York Auditorium Theatre - Rochester April 21, 1989 - April 23, 1989
Youngstown, Ohio Edward W. Powers Auditorium April 25, 1989 - April 26, 1989
Portland, Maine Cross Insurance Arena April 28, 1989 - April 30, 1989
West Point, New York Eisenhower Hall Theatre May 2, 1989 - May 4, 1989
Amherst, Massachusetts Mullins Center Arena May 5, 1989 - May 6, 1989
Andover, Massachusetts Collins Center for the Performing Arts May 7, 1989 - May 7, 1989
Scranton, Pennsylvania Scranton Cultural Center May 12, 1989 - May 14, 1989
Hartford, Connecticut Bushnell May 16, 1989 - May 21, 1989
Akron, Ohio E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall May 23, 1989 - May 25, 1989
Dayton, Ohio Montgomery County's Memorial Hall May 26, 1989 - May 28, 1989
Indianapolis, Indiana Clowes Memorial Hall May 30, 1989 - June 4, 1989
Fort Wayne, Indiana Scottish Rite Auditorium June 6, 1989 - June 8, 1989
Worcester, Massachusetts DCU Center June 9, 1989 - June 11, 1989
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mann Center June 13, 1989 - June 18, 1989
Norfolk, Virginia Chrysler Hall June 20, 1989 - June 25, 1989
Baltimore, Maryland Morris A. Mechanic Theatre June 27, 1989 - July 9, 1989
Detroit, Michigan Fisher Theatre July 14, 1989 - July 30, 1989
Winnipeg, Manitoba Centennial Concert Hall August 1, 1989 - August 13, 1989
Seattle, Washington Paramount Theatre August 15, 1989 - August 20, 1989
Eugene, Oregon Hult Center For The Performing Arts August 22, 1989 - August 24, 1989
Bakersfield, California Rabobank Theater August 25, 1989 - August 27, 1989
Sacramento, California Sacramento Community Center Theater August 29, 1989 - September 3, 1989
Costa Mesa, California Segerstrom Center for the Arts September 5, 1989 - September 10, 1989
San Diego, California San Diego Civic Theatre September 12, 1989 - September 17, 1989
Anchorage, Alaska Evangeline Atwood Concert Hall September 19, 1989 - October 1, 1989
Reno, Nevada Ziegfeld Showroom October 3, 1989 - October 8, 1989
Tempe, Arizona ASU Gammage October 10, 1989 - October 15, 1989
Tucson, Arizona Centennial Hall October 17, 1989 - October 18, 1989
Las Vegas, Nevada Thomas And Mack Center October 19, 1989 - October 22, 1989
Los Angeles, California Pantages Theatre October 24, 1989 - October 29, 1989
Bloomington, Indiana Indiana University Auditorium October 31, 1989 - November 1, 1989
West Lafayette, Indiana Edward C. Elliott Hall Of Music November 2, 1989 - November 2, 1989
Baton Rouge, Louisiana Baton Rouge River Center November 3, 1989 - November 5, 1989
Little Rock, Arkansas Robinson Center Music Hall November 7, 1989 - November 10, 1989
Iowa City, Iowa Hancher Auditorium November 11, 1989 - November 12, 1989
Chicago, Illinois Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University November 14, 1989 - November 19, 1989
East Lansing, Michigan Wharton Center for the Performing Arts November 21, 1989 - November 24, 1989
Springfield, Illinois Sangamon Auditorium November 25, 1989 - November 26, 1989
South Bend, Indiana Morris Performing Arts Center November 28, 1989 - November 30, 1989
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Riverside Theatre December 1, 1989 - December 3, 1989
Atlanta, Georgia Fox Theatre December 5, 1989 - December 10, 1989
Melbourne, Florida Maxwell C. King Center For The Performing Arts December 12, 1989 - December 14, 1989
Clearwater, Florida Ruth Eckerd Hall December 15, 1989 - December 17, 1989
Louisville, Kentucky Kentucky Center For The Performing Arts December 26, 1989 - December 31, 1989
1990
City Theatre Dates
Charlotte, North Carolina Ovens Auditorium January 2, 1990 - January 7, 1990
Greensboro, North Carolina War Memorial Auditorium January 9, 1990 - January 11, 1990
Tulsa, Oklahoma Chapman Music Hall At Tulsa Performing Arts Center January 12, 1990 - January 14, 1990
Monroe, Louisiana Monroe Civic Center Jack Howard Theatre January 16, 1990 - January 18, 1990
Memphis, Tennessee Orpheum Theatre January 19, 1990 - January 21, 1990
Austin, Texas Bass Concert Hall at University of Texas at Austin Performing Arts Center January 23, 1990 - January 28, 1990
Lake Charles, Louisiana Civic Center January 30, 1990 - February 1, 1990
Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Civic Auditorium February 2, 1990 - February 4, 1990
Tallahassee, Florida Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center February 6, 1990 - February 8, 1990
Fort Myers, Florida Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall February 9, 1990 - February 11, 1990
Charleston, West Virginia Charleston Civic Center February 13, 1990 - February 15, 1990
Columbus, Ohio Palace Theatre February 16, 1990 - February 18, 1990
Cincinnati, Ohio Taft Theatre February 20, 1990 - February 25, 1990
Davenport, Iowa Adler Theatre February 27, 1990 - February 28, 1990
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Civic Center Music Hall March 2, 1990 - March 4, 1990
San Antonio, Texas Majestic Theatre March 6, 1990 - March 11, 1990
Detroit, Michigan Masonic Temple Theatre March 13, 1990 - March 25, 1990
Houston, Texas Jones Hall For The Performing Arts March 27, 1990 - April 1, 1990
Miami, Florida Jackie Gleason Theater Of Performing Arts April 3, 1990 - April 8, 1990
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Heinz Hall April 10, 1990 - April 15, 1990
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Forrest Theatre April 17, 1990 - May 6, 1990
Washington, DC National Theatre May 8, 1990 - May 27, 1990
Utica, New York Stanley Performing Arts Center May 29, 1990 - May 30, 1990
Lowell, Massachusetts Lowell Memorial Auditorium June 1, 1990 - June 3, 1990
Elmira, New York Clemens Center June 5, 1990 - June 6, 1990
Providence, Rhode Island Providence Performing Arts Center June 8, 1990 - June 10, 1990
Albany, New York Knickerbocker Arena June 12, 1990 - June 17, 1990
Buffalo, New York Shea's Performing Arts Center June 19, 1990 - June 22, 1990
Grand Rapids, Michigan DeVos Hall June 23, 1990 - June 24, 1990
Baltimore, Maryland Lyric Opera House June 26, 1990 - July 1, 1990
Hamilton, Ontario Hamilton Place July 3, 1990 - July 8, 1990
Kitchener, Ontario Centre In The Square July 10, 1990 - July 15, 1990
Cleveland, Ohio State Theatre July 17, 1990 - July 22, 1990
Syracuse, New York Crouse-Hinds Theater - Mulroy Civic Center at Oncenter July 24, 1990 - July 26, 1990
Springfield, Massachusetts Civic Center July 27, 1990 - July 29, 1990
Boston, Massachusetts Shubert Theatre at the Boch Center July 31, 1990 - August 19, 1990
Ottawa, Ontario National Arts Centre: Opera Stage August 21, 1990 - August 26, 1990
Cupertino, California Flint Center September 4, 1990 - September 9, 1990
Long Beach, California Terrace Theatre at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center September 11, 1990 - September 16, 1990
San Diego, California San Diego Civic Theatre September 18, 1990 - September 23, 1990
Denver, Colorado Ellie Caulkins Opera House September 25, 1990 - September 30, 1990
Dallas, Texas Music Hall At Fair Park October 2, 1990 - October 21, 1990
Albuquerque, New Mexico Popejoy Hall October 23, 1990 - October 25, 1990
Las Cruces, New Mexico Pan American Center October 27, 1990 - October 28, 1990
St. Louis, Missouri Fox Theatre November 2, 1990 - November 11, 1990
Minneapolis, Minnesota Northrop Auditorium November 13, 1990 - November 18, 1990
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Riverside Theatre November 20, 1990 - November 25, 1990
Atlanta, Georgia Fox Theatre November 27, 1990 - December 2, 1990
Daytona Beach, Florida Peabody Auditorium December 4, 1990 - December 6, 1990
Clearwater, Florida Ruth Eckerd Hall December 7, 1990 - December 9, 1990
Charleston, South Carolina Gaillard Municipal Auditorium December 11, 1990 - December 13, 1990
Pensacola, Florida Pensacola Civic Center December 14, 1990 - December 16, 1990
Raleigh, North Carolina Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts December 18, 1990 - December 23, 1990
Louisville, Kentucky Kentucky Center For The Performing Arts December 25, 1990 - December 30, 1990
  • Opened on March 31, 1987 in New Haven
  • Closed on January 19, 1999 in East Lansing, Michigan (?)
  • May 28th - June 13th, Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia
  • On July 7, 1999 it achieved 5,000 performances in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Cast Edit

March 1987 Edit

Role Cast
Alonzo General McArthur Hambrick
Bustopher Jones / Asparagus Jeffrey Clonts
Bombalurina Wendy Walter
Cassandra Paula-Marie Benedetti
Demeter Patricia Everett
Grizabella Donna Lee Marshall
Jellylorum / Griddlebone Lindsay Dyett
Jennyanydots Robin Boudreau
Mistoffelees Eddie Buffum
Mungojerrie Jack Noseworthy
Munkustrap Dan McCoy
Old Deuteronomy Richard Nickol
Plato / Macavity David Reitman
Pouncival Marc C Oka
Rumpleteazer Nancy Melius
Rum Tum Tugger Steven Bland
Sillabub Leslie Trayer
Skimbleshanks Kevin Winkler
Tumblebrutus Robert Torres
Victoria J Kathleen Lamb
Cats Chorus Richard Bigelow
Cats Chorus Jean Kauffman
Cats Chorus Bryan Landrine
Cats Chorus Terry Mason

Standby as of July 1987

Standby Standby
Paul Clausen Felicia Farone
Michael Fritzke Michelle Murlin-Gardner
Charles H Lubeck Carol Schuberg
Randy B Wojcik Leigh Webster (Dance Captain)

August 1988 Edit

Cast: [2]

Role Cast
Alonzo General McArthur Hambrick
Bustopher Jones / Asparagus Jeffrey Clonts
Bombalurina Helen Frank
Cassandra Darlene Wilson
Demeter Sylvia Dohi
Grizabella Donna Lee Marshall
Jellylorum / Griddlebone Alice Lynn
Jennyanydots Robin Boudreau
Mistoffelees Eddie Buffum
Mungojerrie John Vincent Leggio
Munkustrap Dan McCoy
Old Deuteronomy Richard Nickol
Plato / Macavity Randy B Wojcik
Pouncival Joey Pizzi
Rumpleteazer Kristi Lynes
Rum Tum Tugger Bradford Minkoff
Sillabub Holly Cruz
Skimbleshanks Craig A Meyer
Tumblebrutus Leon Taylor
Victoria Natasha Davison
Cats Chorus Richard Bigelow
Cats Chorus Linda Leonard
Cats Chorus Terry Mason
Cats Chorus Michael S Proctor
Standbys
Paul Clausen Michelle Kelly
Michael Fritzke Michelle Murlin-Gardner
Charles H Lubeck Carol Schuberg
Philip Masterson Leigh Webster (Dance Captain)

June 1989 Edit

Role Cast
Alonzo / Rumpus Cat General McArthur Hambrick
Bustopher / Asparagus Lee Lobenhofer
Bombalurina Helen Frank
Cassandra Linda May
Demeter Sylvia Dohi
Grizabella Donna Lee Marshall
Jellylorum / Griddlebone Alice Lynn
Jennyanydots Linda Leonard
Mistoffelees Eddie Buffum
Mungojerrie John Vincent Leggio
Munkustrap Paul Clausen
Old Deuteronomy Francis Ruivivar
Plato / Macavity Randy Wojcik
Pouncival Joey Pizzi
Rumpleteazer Karen Webster
Rum Tum Tugger Bradford Minkoff
Sillabub Holly Cruz
Skimbleshanks Danny Rounds
Tumblebrutus Leon Taylor
Victoria Natasha Davison

April 1990 Edit

Role Cast
Alonzo / Rumpus Cat General McArthur Hambrick
Bustopher Jones / Asparagus Steve Watkins
Bombalurina Helen Frank
Cassandra Linda May
Demeter N Elaine Wiggins
Grizabella Jan Horvath
Jellylorum / Griddlebone Alice Lynn
Jennyanydots Alice C DeChant
Mistoffelees Joey Pizzi
Mungojerrie Enrique Segura
Munkustrap Frank Cruz
Old Deuteronomy Daniel Marcus
Plato / Macavity Jim T Ruttman
Pouncival Daniel Wright
Rumpleteazer Karen Webster
Rum Tum Tugger Brian K Kennelly
Sillabub Holly Cruz
Skimbleshanks Gary Mendelson
Tumblebrutus Andrew Currie
Victoria Natasha Davison
The Cats Chorus Austin Jetton
The Cats Chorus Marjorie McGovern
The Cats Chorus Jacqueline Reilly
The Cats Chorus Steve Watkins

March 1993 Edit

Role Cast
Alonzo William Patrick Dunne
Asparagus / Bustopher Jones Buddy Crutchfield
Bombalurina Wendy Walter
Cassandra Linda May
Demeter N Elaine Wiggins
Grizabella Natalie Toro
Jellylorum / Griddlebone Linda Strasser
Jennyanydots Alice DeChant
Mistoffelees Christopher Gattelli
Mungojerrie Gavan Pamer
Munkustrap Robert Amirant
Old Deuteronomy Jimmy Lockett
Plato / Macavity Jim T Ruttman
Pouncival Joseph Favalora
Rumpleteazer Jennifer Cody
Rum Tum Tugger David Hibbard
Sillabub Bethany Samuelson
Skimbleshanks Carmen Yurich
Tumblebrutus Marc Ellis Holland
Victoria Tricia Mitchell
The Cats Chorus Austin Jetton
The Cats Chorus Lyn MacDonald
The Cats Chorus Susan Somerville
The Cats Chorus Steve Watkins
The Cats Chorus Richard Poole

October 1994 Edit

Ron DeVito’s “The Rum Tum Tugger,” Gavan Pamer and Maria Jo Ralabate’s antics as “Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer,” and Richard Poole’s turn as “Gus, the Theatre Cat” Christopher Gattelli “Mr. Mistoffolees,” Jeri Sager as Grizabella, Robert Amirante is Munkustrap, John Treacy Egan as Old Deuteronomy. [3]

Cast: Robert Amirante, Mary Lou Barber, Stephen Bertles, Dana Lynn Caruso, Lanene Charters, Alice C DeChant, Ron DeVito, John Treacy Egan, Helen Frank, Christopher Gattelli, Patty Goble, Kelly Groninger, Joey Gyondla, Tim Hunter, Alaine Kashian, Mike LeGatta, Stephanie Lang, Charles H Lubek, Lyn MacDonald, Michael McCoy, Bobby Miranda, Mickey Nugent, William Patrick Nunne, Gavan Pamer, Richard Poole, Maria Jo Ralabate, Jeri Sager, Kirstie Tice, Steve Watkins, Taylor Wicker, N Elaine Wiggins, Lee A Wilkins.


February 1995 Edit

Cast: Ron DeVito as the contrarian cat Rum Tum Tugger; Christopher Gattelli, light on his feet as the magical Mistoffelees, Randy Clements as Munkustrap. Lee A Wilkins and Maria Jo Ralabate star in a lively duet as the mischievous duo of Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer. As the pitiful Grizabella, the erstwhile glamour cat, Jeri Sager sings beautifully, managing to invest the overly familiar "Memory" with some semblance of meaning. [4]

August 1995 Edit

Cast[5]:

Asparagus - Andy Gale

Bombalurina - Helen Frank

Demeter - Susan Lamontagne

Grizabella - Jeri Sager

Mungojerrie - Billy Johnstone

Munkustrap - Randy Clements

Old Deuteronomy - Doug Eskew

Rum Tum Tugger - J Robert Spencer

Rumpleteazer - Maria Jo Ralabate

Sillabub - Lanene Charters

Skimbleshanks - Blair Bybee


October 1996 Edit

Brian Noonan invests the rotund Bustopher Jones with elephantine delicacy and the geriatric Gus with asthmatic nostalgia. As Mr. Mistoffelees, Randy Andre' Davis is adorably mischievous and dances with acrobatic fluidity. And Jeri Sager's Grizabella, the fading glamour cat, is just splendid, shivering in her tattered coat and singing Memory with great purity and feeling. [6]

Greenroom with Mike Baker08:42

Greenroom with Mike Baker

January 1997 Edit

Cast:[7]

Role Cast
Alonzo Jonathan Stahl
Asparagus / Bustopher Jones Craig Ricks
Bombalurina Jeannie Abolt
Cassandra Jennifer Paige Chambers
Demeter Amy Hamel
Grizabella Natalie Toro
Jellylorum / Griddlebone Kris Koop
Jennyanydots Alice DeChant
Mistoffelees Brian Barry
Mungojerrie Jeff Lagace
Munkustrap Jason Gillman
Old Deuteronomy Doug Eskew
Plato / Macavity Taylor Wicker
Pouncival David Rosales
Rumpleteazer Michele Tibbitts
Rum Tum Tugger David Villella
Sillabub Christie McCall
Skimbleshanks David W Eggers
Tumblebrutus Mark R Moreau
Victoria Melissa Miller
The Cats Chorus Stephen Breithaupt
The Cats Chorus Lyn MacDonald
The Cats Chorus Jeanne Montano
The Cats Chorus Brian Wilson
Standby Jim Ambler
Standby Stephen Bay
Standby Jessica Dillan
Standby Michael Etzwiler
Standby Parisa Ross
Standby Chris Sell
Standby Shanna Lyn Ursua

Reviews Edit

  • 8-week run in Philadelphia in May 1987 [8]
  • And returning to Philadelphia in March 1988 [9]
  • May 1988 - Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa[10]
  • October 1994 - Los Angeles [11]
  • October 1996 - 8th visit to Philadelphia [12]
  • January 1997 - Schubert Theater, Boston MA. [13]
  • November 1998 - Houston[14]


  1. www.ovrtur.com
  2. Sacramento, CA. August 30th 1988
  3. variety.com review
  4. Philadelphia Enquirer review, February 1995
  5. Los Angeles Times review, August 10th 1995
  6. Philadelphia Enquirer, 10/03/1996
  7. TheaterMirror.com review, Boston, January 1997
  8. Philadelphia Enquirer, May 10th 1987
  9. Philadelphia Enquirer, March 9th 1988
  10. Los Angeles Times review, 5th May 1988
  11. Variety.com review, October 27th 1994
  12. Philadelphia Enquirer, October 3rd 1996
  13. Theater Mirror.com review, Boston
  14. Houston Theatre.com review, November 3rd 1998

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