Contents 1 Productions 2 Song list 3 Awards and nominations 3.1 Original Broadway production 4 References 5 External links

Productions[edit] The show started in pre-Broadway try-outs at the Shubert Theatre in Chicago from June 25, 2002 through September 1, 2002. It premiered on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on October 24, 2002 and closed on December 11, 2005 after 1,303 performances and 28 previews. Directed and choreographed by Tharp, the cast included Michael Cavanaugh, Darren Holden, Wade Preston, Elizabeth Parkinson, John Selya, Keith Roberts, Henry Haid, Ashley Tuttle, Benjamin Bowman, and Scott Wise. The first national tour of Movin' Out ran for three years, opening on January 27, 2004 [1] and ending on January 21, 2007 after 1,111 performances. The tour also played to generally excellent reviews and full houses in 82 U.S. cities, and also ran in Canada in December 2005. It featured numerous dancers from the original Broadway production, who rotated in and out as schedules allowed. Darren Holden was the primary lead Piano Man and star for the entire run of the tour, understudied by Matt Wilson (2004), Charlie Neshyba-Hodges (2004), James Fox (2005) and Matthew Friedman (2006). Holly Cruikshank, in the role of Brenda, won the 2005 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Non-Resident Production. The West End production opened on April 10, 2006, at London's Apollo Victoria Theatre where, despite receiving mostly solid reviews, it ran for less than two months, closing on May 2, 2006. James Fox and Darren Reeves were the leads. The show played Tokyo, Japan in the summer of 2006, with many of the first national tour's performers including Darren Holden in the lead role. A second national tour opened in Atlantic City on June 14, 2007 with Matthew Friedman and Kyle Martin in the lead role of Piano Man.[2] A third National Tour opened in La Crosse, Wisconsin on November 4, 2008 with Matthew Friedman, Kyle Martin, and Jon Abrams in the lead role of Piano Man. On October 15, 2002, a live cast recording was released featuring the 2002 original Broadway cast. It was a single CD featuring 30 tracks.[3]

Song list[edit] Act I "Running on Ice" – Sergeant O'Leary (Chicago previews only) "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" – Company "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant" – Brenda, Eddie, Tony, James, Judy, Sergeant O'Leary and Ensemble "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" – Tony, Eddie, James and Sergeant O'Leary "Reverie (Villa D'Este)" (instrumental) / "Just the Way You Are" – James, Judy and Ensemble "The Longest Time" / "Uptown Girl" – Brenda, Eddie, Tony and Ensemble "This Night" – Tony, Brenda and Ensemble "Summer, Highland Falls" – Eddie, Brenda, Tony and Ensemble "Waltz #1 (Nunley's Carousel)" (instrumental) – Tony, Eddie, James, Drill Sergeant and Ensemble "We Didn't Start the Fire" – Judy, Brenda, James, Tony, Eddie and Ensemble "She's Got a Way" – Tony, Brenda and Ensemble "The Stranger" – Judy and Ensemble "Piano Man" – Tony, James, Eddie, Drill Sergeant and Ensemble "Elegy (The Great Peconic)" (instrumental) – Judy, Brenda, Tony, Eddie, Drill Sergeant and Ensemble "And So It Goes" – Piano Man and Eddie (only done at limited shows) Act II "Invention in C Minor" (instrumental) – Eddie and Ensemble "Angry Young Man" – Eddie and Ensemble "Big Shot" – Tony, Brenda and Ensemble "Big Man on Mulberry Street" – Tony, Brenda and Ensemble "Captain Jack" – Eddie and Ensemble "An Innocent Man" – Eddie and Ensemble "Pressure" – Judy, Eddie and Ensemble "Goodnight Saigon" – Eddie, Judy, James, Tony and Ensemble "Air (Dublinesque)" (instrumental) – Brenda "Shameless" – Brenda and Tony "James" – Judy and Eddie "The River of Dreams" / "Keeping the Faith" / "Only the Good Die Young" – Eddie and Ensemble "I've Loved These Days" – Tony, Brenda, Eddie and Ensemble "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant" (Reprise) – Full Company "New York State of Mind" – Piano Man and Band (Chicago previews only)

Awards and nominations[edit] Original Broadway production[edit] Year Award Ceremony Category Nominee Result 2003 Tony Award Best Musical Nominated Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical John Selya Nominated Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical Elizabeth Parkinson Nominated Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical Michael Cavanaugh Nominated Keith Roberts Nominated Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical Ashley Tuttle Nominated Best Direction of a Musical Twyla Tharp Nominated Best Choreography Won Best Orchestrations Billy Joel and Stuart Malina Won Best Lighting Design Donald Holder Nominated Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical Nominated Outstanding Actor in a Musical John Selya Nominated Outstanding Actress in a Musical Elizabeth Parkinson Nominated Outstanding Director of a Musical Twyla Tharp Nominated Outstanding Choreography Won Outstanding Lighting Design Donald Holder Nominated Theatre World Award John Selya Won

References[edit] ^ Hernandez, Ernio."Twyla Tharp and Billy Joel Musical 'Movin' Out' of Broadway; Final Performance Dec. 11" Archived 2010-07-02 at the Wayback Machine.,, August 18, 2005 ^ Hoffman, Lori."Twyla Tharp's Broadway dance musical Movin' Out keeps the faith of Billy Joel's music" Archived 2011-07-07 at the Wayback Machine., Atlantic City Weekly, July 12, 2007 ^ "MOVIN' OUT – ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST RECORDING 2002". Masterworks Broadway. 2002. Retrieved August 26, 2014. 

External links[edit] Movin' Out at the Internet Broadway Database "'Movin' Out' plot and production at Retrieved from "" Categories: 2002 musicalsBroadway musicalsJukebox musicalsDances by Twyla TharpBilly JoelHidden categories: Webarchive template wayback links

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