Contents 1 Development 2 Productions 3 Characters 4 Synopsis 5 Scenes 6 Song list 7 Cast list 8 Awards and nominations 9 Notes 10 References 11 External links

Development[edit] A late-night fan based conversation in a bar of the Montcalm Hotel in London’s West End in 1988, between the theatrical agent Laurie Mansfield, film producer Greg Smith and writer/producer Janes, about the legendary rock ‘n’ roller Buddy Holly, led Janes to develop and write Buddy. A year later, supported by Paul McCartney, who owned the copyright to Buddy Holly’s music, the show had a try out at the Plymouth Theatre Royal before its transfer to London’s Victoria Palace.[1]

Productions[edit] Original production Janes worked with originating director, Rob Bettinson, and originating musical director, Paul Jury, to present the show for a 3-week pre-London engagement in August 1989 at Plymouth’s Theatre Royal with Paul Hipp as Buddy Holly. The first shows were beset by technical problems as 26 actor/musicians played and acted their way through two and a half hours of drama and hi-octane rock ‘n’ roll concert. But regardless of the set crashes and technical mishaps, the audience would not let the cast leave the stage, demanding encore after encore until the cast had run out of songs to play.[2] West End productions Buddy transferred to the Victoria Palace Theatre and opened on 12 October 1989. With audiences on their feet every night, structural engineers were called to the theatre to make sure the dress circle could take the weight as the structure bounced with the audience as they danced. Buddy transferred to the Novello theatre completing a total of 12 and a half years and 5,140 performances at the two theatres. In 2007 Janes brought the show back to the West End at the Duchess Theatre, where it played for a further 634 performances making it one of the longest-running musicals in London history.[3] This revival ensured that the 50th Anniversary of Holly's death was celebrated on 3 February with a special performance incorporating several new numbers for that one night. The role of Buddy Holly was equally shared by Dean Elliott and Matthew Wycliffe, who played the role in the 2007 UK touring company.[4] Ritchie Valens was played by Puerto Rican actor Miguel Angel, and J.P. Richardson (The Big Bopper) by actor Lee Ormsby.[5] The 50th Anniversary Tour played concurrently across the UK and starred Oliver Seymour-Marsh and Glen Joseph as Buddy, with Chris Redmond and Dan Graham as the Crickets.[6] UK national tours While in the 2nd of its 14-year run in the West End, a second production of Buddy opened in June 1991 at the Plymouth Theatre Royal to embark on a UK wide national tour. Breaking a record of being the first West End production to tour the UK while still on in the West End, a second record was broken with the tours 243 weeks of continuous touring, or 4 years 35 weeks on the road. This included weekly engagements of 12 weeks at Plymouth’s Theatre Royal; 18 weeks at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre; 19 weeks at Blackpool’s Grand Theatre; 15 weeks at Manchester’s Palace Theatre and repeat weeks at the main number one theatres in every major city and town throughout the UK and Ireland. Buddy has now toured the UK for 17 of the past 24 years, with the latest tour starting out from Harlow, Essex in August 2016.[7] Broadway production/US national tours After a Toronto try-out and 15 previews, the Broadway production, also starring Hipp, opened on November 4, 1990, at the Shubert Theatre, where it ran for 225 performances. Jill Hennessy played a number of roles, including Holly's wife Maria Elena. The show has toured extensively throughout the U.S.A starting with a 53-week tour in November 1991, and with the most recent 5th tour finishing in March 2016.[8] International and touring productions Buddy has been in more than 17 countries, including Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, UK and USA. Over 25 million people have seen the show worldwide. Buddy has had 2 major tours in Australia, the 1st tour played Sydney’s Theatre Royal for 36 weeks before continuing throughout Australia for a further 60 weeks. The second Australian tour in 2009 ran for 39 weeks.[9] In Germany the Stage Theatre in Hamburg was built on land next to the river Elbe specifically for Buddy, where the show played for 7 years between 1994 and 2001. The 2nd major production in Germany was produced by Stage Entertainment in the Colosseum Theater in Essen 2009-2010 The cast of Buddy in Pacific Repertory Theatre's San Francisco production Other notable US productions The 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle, Washington (February – March 2007, starring Billy Joe Huels as Buddy) Arizona Broadway Theatre, Peoria, Arizona (March 2013, starring Jared Mancuso as Buddy) Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, Colorado (July – August 2008, starring Bennett Dunn as Buddy) Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia (May – July 2010. This record-breaking run featured an incredible 61 sold-out performances at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage. Remounted July – August 2012. Zachary Stevenson played the lead in both productions) Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, Pennsylvania (June – July 2016, starring John Dewey in the lead) Casa Mañana, Fort Worth, Texas (May – June 2015. Andy Christopher starred as Buddy) Charlottetown Festival, Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (June – July 2010 / September – October 2011. Jeff Giles starred as Buddy in both runs) Chemainus Theatre Festival, Chemainus (Vancouver Island), British Columbia (February – April 2013 / February – March 2014. Zachary Stevenson in the lead) Cypress Woods theatre company, Cypress, Texas (September 15th - 17th 2017, Samuel Hacket starred as Buddy ) Drury Lane Theatre, Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois (May – July 2008, Justin Berkobien starred as Buddy) Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place – Chicago, Illinois (September – November 2008, Justin Berkobien starred as Buddy) Eldorado Showroom (produced by Boebe Productions), Reno, Nevada (January – April 2011. Todd Meredith starred as Buddy) Flat Rock Playhouse, Flat Rock, North Carolina (October 2011. Ben Hope starred as Buddy) Fulton Theatre, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (co-production with Maine State Music Theatre – April – May 2014, Andy Christopher starred as Buddy) Gateway Playhouse, Bellport, New York (August – September 2013, starring Kurt Jenkins as Buddy) Globe Theatre, Regina, Saskatchewan (May – July 2012. Sef Wood starred as Buddy. The Grand Theatre, London, Ontario (April – May 2016. Zachary Stevenson in the lead) History Theatre, St. Paul, Minnesota (October – November 2009 / April – May 2011 / November 2014 – January 2015 / November 2015 – January 2016. Nicholas Freeman starred as Buddy on each occasion) Laguna Playhouse, Laguna Beach, California (June – July 2014. Starring Todd Meredith as Buddy) La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts (produced by McCoy Rigby Entertainment), La Mirada, California (April – May 2010. Brandon Albright starred as Buddy Holly) Lyric Theatre, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (August 2010. Ben Hope starred as Buddy) Maine State Music Theatre, Brunswick, Maine (co-production with Fulton Theatre – June 2014. Andy Christopher starred as Buddy) The Muny, St. Louis, Missouri (July 2015. America’s oldest and largest outdoor musical theatre. Andy Christopher starred as Buddy) New Theatre, Overland Park, Kansas (June – August 2010. Bennett Dunn starred as Buddy / June – August 2013. Zachary Stevenson in the lead) North Carolina Theatre (Memorial Auditorium), Raleigh, North Carolina (July 2015. James Barry played the lead) Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, Maine (September – October 2012. Starring Kurt Jenkins in the lead, Buddy brought Ogunquit Playhouse’s 80th Anniversary season to a close, becoming one of the highest-grossing musicals in the Playhouse’s history, and returned by popular demand in October 2013) Rainbow Stage, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (Canada’s largest and longest-running outdoor theatre – June 2013. Jeff Giles starred as Buddy) Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, Florida (April – May 2011. Matthew Gray starred as Buddy) Theatre Aquarius, Hamilton, Ontario (April – May 2011. Starring Hamilton native Jeff Giles, the show broke the box-office record to become the highest-grossing, best-attended Theatre Aquarius production as that point) Theatre By The Sea, Wakefield, Rhode Island (June 2016. A record-breaking run starring Michael Siktberg in the lead) Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1999 / May – July 2012. Christopher Sutton starred as Buddy Holly on both occasions) Welk Resort San Diego, Escondido, California (July – September 2007) [10][11]

Characters[edit] Buddy Holly Hipockets Duncan Joe B. Mauldin Jerry Allison Norman Petty Vi Petty Tommy Allsup, the 'fourth Cricket' Maria Elena Santiago The Big Bopper Ritchie Valens Dion DiMucci Niki Sullivan Shirley, Peggy Sue, Mary Lou Sokoloff, Maria Elena's Aunt, Clear Lake MC, Decca Producer, Cindy, Murray Deutch, Jack Daw, Performers at the Apollo, DJs, sound engineers, session musicians, Hayriders, etc.

Synopsis[edit] Performance at the White House for President Bush Act I The action takes place in Lubbock, Texas; Clovis, New Mexico; New York City and Clear Lake, Iowa; between January 1956 and February 1959. With the support of local Lubbock Texas radio DJ, Hipockets Duncan, Buddy and his two friends form a Country & Western band – Buddy Holly & the Crickets – and begin to carve out a career in music. After a difficult start at Decca Records in Nashville, they sign a contract with up-and-coming, innovative record producer Norman Petty who is based in Clovis, New Mexico. Within hours, Buddy Holly & the Crickets start to churn out hits from the recording studio built in Norman’s backyard, among them "That'll Be The Day", which will rocket up the charts to number one in a matter of weeks. Buddy Holly & the Crickets are suddenly the hottest act in the country and out on national tour. Buddy and his band go to New York where they perform at the Apollo Theater making history as the first white band to perform there. Act II While recording in New York, Buddy proposes to Maria Elena Santiago, the Puerto Rican receptionist of his music publisher after a courtship of all of five hours. Newly married and ambitious, he shifts focus to New York and a rift develops between him and the Crickets. After a declaration of home truths during a recording session, the band split and Buddy unexpectedly finds himself having to pursue a solo career. Buddy joins The Winter Dance Party of 1959, a bus tour through the Midwest quenching the teenage thirst for the "new music called Rock 'n' Roll" The tour is hard work, the weather conditions appalling and the performers are alternating between sleeping in the luggage racks and dropping into hospital to be treated for frostbite. The story ends on February 3, 1959, after a rocking concert with the "Big Bopper" J.P. Richardson and Ritchie Valens at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa. Buddy makes the fateful decision to break his promise to his pregnant wife not to fly, as he and the other two headliners board a small plane and take off into the night destined for their next show. During a snow storm, in the dead of night, the plane crashes and spares no survivors.

Scenes[edit] Act 1 Grand Bowl, Lubbock, Texas A Lubbock diner Decca Recording Studios, Nashville KDAV Radio Studio, Lubbock NorVaJak Studios, Clovis, New Mexico Apollo Theatre, Harlem, New York Act 2 Music Publisher’s Office, New York Central Park, New York NorVaJak Studios, Clovis Buddy & Maria Elena’s Apartment, New York Backstage Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, Iowa Clear Lake Concert

Song list[edit] Act I "Rose of Texas" (music and lyrics by Paul Jury) "Flower of My Heart" (music and lyrics by Paul Jury) "Rip It Up (UK version)" (music and lyrics by Robert Blackwell and John Marascalco) /"Ready Teddy (U.S. version)" (music and lyrics by Robert Blackwell and John Marascalco) "Changing All Those Changes" (music and lyrics by Buddy Holly) "That'll Be The Day" (music and lyrics by Norman Petty, Jerry Allison, and Buddy Holly) "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" (music and lyrics by Chuck Berry) "Everyday" (music and lyrics by Charles Hardin (Buddy Holly) and Norman Petty) "Shout" (UK tour) (music and lyrics by Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley) "Good Time (U.S. version)" (music and lyrics by Paul Jury) "Party" (music and lyrics by Paul Jury) "Not Fade Away" (music and lyrics by Charles Hardin and Norman Petty) Peggy Sue (music and lyrics by Norman Petty, Jerry Allison, and Buddy Holly) "Words Of Love" (music and lyrics by Buddy Holly) Act II "Think It Over "(music and lyrics by Jerry Allison, Norman Petty, and Buddy Holly) "True Love Ways" (music and lyrics by Norman Petty and Buddy Holly) "Star Spangled Banner" "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" (music and lyrics by Frankie Lymon and Morris Levy) "Chantilly Lace" (music and lyrics by J. P. Richardson) "Maybe Baby" (music and lyrics by Norman Petty and Buddy Holly) "Peggy Sue Got Married" (music and lyrics by Buddy Holly) "Heartbeat" (music and lyrics by Norman Petty and Bob Montgomery) "La Bamba" (traditional, adapted by Ritchie Valens) "Raining in My Heart" (music and lyrics by Felice Bryant and Boudleaux Bryant) "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" (music and lyrics by Paul Anka) "Rave On!" (music and lyrics by Norman Petty and Bill Tilghman) "Johnny B. Goode" (music and lyrics by Chuck Berry) "Oh, Boy!"

Cast list[edit] Original West End cast Buddy Holly - Paul Hipp The Big Bopper - Gareth Marks Ritchie Valens - Enzo Squillino Jnr 4th Cricket - Billy Geraghty Joe B. Mauldin - David Howarth Jerry Allison - David Bardsley Hipockets Duncan - Vincent Marzello Norman Petty - Ron Emslie Maria Elena Santiago - Laurence Bouvard Vi Petty - Lorna Lee Apollo Main Man - Trevor Michael Georges Apollo Singer - Shenton Dixon Session Musician - Graham Brand Belmont - Paul Edwards Maria’s Aunt - Carmen Gomez Dion DiMucci - Adam Henderson Murray Deutch - Douglas LeLand DJ Clear Lake - Bo Light Peggy Sue - Claudia Morris Mary Lou - Megg Nichol Broadway Cast Buddy Holly - Paul Hipp The Big Bopper - David Mucci Ritchie Valens - Philip Anthony 4th Cricket - Ken Triwush Joe B. Mauldin - Bobby Prochaska Jerry Allison - Russ Jolly Hipockets Duncan - Fred Sanders Norman Petty - Kurt Ziskie Maria Elena Santiago - Jill Hennessy Vi Petty - Jo Lynn Burks Apollo Main Man - Demo Cates Apollo Singer - Jerome Smith Jnr Apollo Singer - Sandra Caldwell Apollo Singer - Denise Matthews DJ at Apollo - Don Stitts Session Musician - Alvin Crawford Belmont - Kevin Fox Maria’s Aunt - Liliane Stilwell Dion DiMucci - Adam Henderson Murray Deutch - Steve Steiner Stage Manager - Peter Mumford Peggy Sue - Melanie Doane Mary Lou - Karen Cole Decca Engineer - Paul McQuillan Ensemble - Tom Nash Ensemble - Louis Tucci Ensemble - James H Wiggins 2016/2017 UK Tour Buddy Holly - Glen Joseph Alt. Buddy Holly - Alex Fobbester The Big Bopper - Thomas Mitchells Richie Valens - Jordan Cunningham Jerry Allison - Josh Haberfield Joe B. Maudlin - Joe Butcher Hipockets Duncan - Matthew Quinn Norman Petty - Alex Tosh Maria Elena - Kerry Low Vi Petty - Celia Cruwys-Finnigan Apollo Performer - Miguel Angel Swing - Tom Sowinski Joseph Butcher took over the role of Joe B. Mauldin for the 2016/17 tour to high critical acclaim. Alex Tosh also originated the newly written role of Denzel Jefferson Macauley.

Awards and nominations[edit] London 1991 Laurence Olivier Awards Best New Musical Best Actor in a Musical New York 1991 Tony Awards Best Actor in a Musical New York 1991 Outer Circle Awards Best New Musical Best Performance in a Musical Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Actor in a Musical Theatre World Awards Outstanding Debut Performance Toronto 1991 Dora Mavor Moore Awards Outstanding Production Outstanding Musical Direction Outstanding Performance Outstanding Set Design Outstanding Costume Design UK 1992 Manchester Evening News Best Actor in a Musical Best Touring Musical Washington DC 1993 Helen Hayes Awards Best Touring Production Best Actor in a Touring Production Best Actor in a Resident Musical Australia 1993 Australian Entertainment 'MO Awards Best Theatrical Production South Africa 1994 Dalro Awards Best Performance South Africa 1994 Vita Awards Best Musical Theatre Production Best Performance in a Musical San Francisco 2004 Bay Area Critics Awards Best Musical Best Ensemble Best Actor in a Musical London 2008 What’s On Stage Theatregoers’ Choice Awards Best Musical Revival Atlanta 2009 Suzi Bass Awards Lead Actor in a Musical Edmonton 2010 Sterling Awards Outstanding Production of a Musical Outstanding Musical Director Outstanding Choreography Vancouver 2010 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role

Notes[edit] ^ This is ^ See this and this information from ^ From official web site diary entries Archived July 8, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. ^ Whats On Stage ^ The Current UK Tour Cast of The Buddy Holly Story, The Official Buddy Holly Story website, February 2011 ^ From Playbill website ^ Review from ^ From news Archived September 30, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. ^ From official site's tours page ^ Review from Aisle Say ^ Information about the Bay Area Critics' awards Archived September 29, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.

References[edit] Official website Review of a Toronto production

External links[edit] Official Buddy The Musical Website Internet Broadway Database listing Interview with Maria Elena Holly v t e Buddy Holly The Crickets Singles "Love Me" "That'll Be the Day" "Words of Love" (b/w "Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues") "Peggy Sue" (b/w "Everyday") "Oh, Boy!" "Not Fade Away" "I'm Gonna Love You Too" "Maybe Baby" "Rave On" "Think It Over" "Early in the Morning" "It's So Easy" "Heartbeat" "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" (b/w "Raining in My Heart") "Peggy Sue Got Married" (b/w "Crying, Waiting, Hoping") "True Love Ways" "Bo Diddley" "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" "Love is Strange" Studio albums The "Chirping" Crickets Buddy Holly That'll Be The Day Compilation albums The Buddy Holly Story The Buddy Holly Story, Vol. 2 Reminiscing Showcase Holly in the Hills Giant 20 Golden Greats For the First Time Anywhere Words of Love Greatest Hits Down the Line: Rarities Memorial Collection Tribute albums Not Fade Away (Remembering Buddy Holly) Rave On Buddy Holly Listen to Me: Buddy Holly Related Buddy Holly discography List of songs Bob "Bobby" Montgomery María Elena Holly (wife) Norman Petty The Day The Music Died (1959 plane crash) The Buddy Holly Story Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story "Buddy Holly" (song) Buddy Holly Center Book Category v t e The Crickets Buddy Holly Jerry Allison Joe B. Mauldin Niki Sullivan Earl Sinks Glen Hardin Jerry Naylor Sonny Curtis Studio albums The "Chirping" Crickets Buddy Holly In Style With the Crickets Bobby Vee Meets the Crickets Something Old, Something New, Something Blue, Somethin' Else California Sun / She Loves You Rockin' 50's Rock'n'Roll Compilation albums 20 Golden Greats Words of Love A Collection Singles "That'll Be the Day" "Oh, Boy!" (b/w "Not Fade Away") "Maybe Baby" "Think It Over" "It's So Easy" "Love's Made a Fool of You" (b/w "Someone, Someone") "More Than I Can Say" (b/w "Baby My Heart") "I Fought the Law" "Don't Ever Change (b/w "I'm Not A Bad Guy") "Punish Her" (Bobby Vee, solo, A-side) (b/w "Someday (When I'm Gone From You)" by Bobby Vee & the Crickets) "My Little Girl" (b/w "Teardrops Fall Like Rain") "Lonely Avenue" (b/w "You Can't Be In-Between" USA, "Playboy" UK) "From Me to You" (b/w "Please Please Me") "(They Call Her) La Bamba" (b/w "All Over You") "True Love Ways" (b/w "Rockin' 50's Rock And Roll") Crickets solo records The 1st of Sonny Curtis (1968) Related Discography Norman Petty Brunswick Records Coral Records Philips Records The Picks David Box Tommy Allsup Joe Osborn Bob Montgomery (songwriter) Retrieved from "–_The_Buddy_Holly_Story&oldid=823793671" Categories: 1989 musicalsWest End musicalsBroadway musicalsCultural depictions of Buddy HollyJukebox musicalsPlays based on real peopleBritish musicalsHidden categories: Webarchive template wayback linksPages using div col without cols and colwidth parameters

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