Theatre Information

Imperial Theatre (New York, NY)
249 West 45th St.

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Call Me Madam Production Information


October 12, 1950

Closing:May 03, 1952
# Performances:644
Theatres: Imperial Theatre (New York, NY)
10/12/1950 - 5/3/1952

Production Type:Original Production
Production Status:
Run Type:Open Run


Other Productions of Call Me Madam

1950   Broadway Original Broadway Production
1951   US Tour National Tour
US Tour
1952   West End London Production
West End
1983   West End London Revival
West End
1995   Off-Broadway Encores! Concert
1996   Milburn, NJ (Regional) Paper Mill Production
Milburn, NJ (Regional)
2004   Regional (US) Goodspeed Revival
Regional (US)


Audio Recordings

1950  Original Cast Members
1950  Studio Cast
1952  Original London Cast
1953  Film Soundtrack
1965  Studio Cast
1995  New York Concert Cast

Radio Productions

1996 BBC Radio Concert

Show Information

SHOW TYPE: Musical

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

Mrs. Sally Adams
The Hostess with the Mostes' on the Ball
Washington Square Dance
a.k.a. Welcome to Lichtenburg
Can You Use Any Money Today?
Marrying for Love
The Ocarina
a.k.a. Dance to the Music of the Ocarina
It's a Lovely Day Today
The Best Thing for You
a.k.a. The Best Thing for You Would Be Me
Something to Dance About
Once Upon a Time Today
They Like Ike
a.k.a. I Like Ike
a.k.a. Ike for Four More Years
You're Just in Love

Cut prior to opening

Gypsy Dance
Mr. Monotony

Added to the national tour

Our Day of Independence

Written for the 1953 film version

Anthem for Presentation

Added to the 1953 film version

What Chance Have I with Love?
a.k.a. What Chance Have I?
International Rag

Call Me Madam - 1950 Broadway Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

Tony Awards - 1952 - Best Stage Technician
Peter Feller
Theatre World Awards - 1951 - Performance
Russell Nype
Tony Awards - 1951 - Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre
Irving Berlin
Tony Awards - 1951 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical
Russell Nype
Tony Awards - 1951 - Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical
Ethel Merman