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Hello, Dolly! Production Information


Opening:

January 01, 1967

Opening Info:unknown
Closing:1969
Production Type:Original Production
Production Status: Closed
Run Type:Open Run
Market:US Tour
Intermissions:1
 

 


Other Productions of Hello, Dolly!


1964   Broadway Original Broadway Production
Broadway
1965   US Tour 1st National Tour
US Tour
1965   West End London Production
West End
1966   US Tour 2nd National Tour
US Tour
1967   New York Unknown
New York
1967   US Tour 3rd National Tour
US Tour
1975   Broadway Broadway Revival
Broadway
1978   Broadway Broadway Revival
Broadway
1979   West End London Revival
West End
1995   Broadway Broadway Revival
Broadway
2006   Milburn, NJ (Regional) Paper Mill Production
Milburn, NJ (Regional)

 


Audio Recordings


1964  Composer's Demo
[unreleased]
1964  Original Broadway Cast
1965  Original London Cast
1965 (i)  Studio Cast
1965 (ii)  Studio Cast
1965 (iii)  Studio Cast
1965 (iv)  Studio Cast
1966 (i)  Studio Cast
1966 (ii)  Studio Cast
1967  Broadway Cast
1969  Film Soundtrack
1970  Studio Cast
1994  Touring Cast

Show Information

SHOW TYPE: Musical

OTHER TITLES:

  • Dolly: A Damned Exasperating Woman (working title)
  • Hallo, Dolly! (German title)
  • ¡Qué tal, Dolly! (Mexican title)

Score Overview


The following is a list of songs in the show or that have been included in the show in various versions:

Main Program

Call on Dolly
I Put My Hand In
It Takes a Woman
Put on Your Sunday Clothes
Ribbons Down My Back
Motherhood
a.k.a. Motherhood March
Dancing
Before the Parade Passes By [i]
Elegance
The Waiters' Gallop
Hello, Dolly!
Come and Be My Butterfly
It Only Takes a Moment
So Long Dearie

Cut prior to opening

World Take Me Back
Love Look in My Window
Penny in My Pocket
You're a Damned Exasperating Woman
No, a Million Times No
The Goodbye Song

Written for the 1969 film version

Just Leave Everything to Me

Added to the 1969 film version

Love Is Only Love

Added after Broadway opening

The Polka Contest

Unused

I Still Love the Love
Before the Parade Passes By [ii]