Little Johnny Jones (Revised)


LITTLE JOHNNY JONES is George M. Cohan’s first full-length musical. It features some of Cohan’s most memorable songs, such as “Give My Regard To Broadway” and “The Yankee Doodle Boy”. The title character was inspired by the famous jockey Tod Sloan.

Photos courtesy of Goodspeed Musicals

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  • Credits
  • Rehearsal Materials
  • Cast List
  • Brief History
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  • Book, Music and Lyrics by George M. Cohan
    Book adapted by Alfred Uhry

  • 1       Piano Conductor’s Score (Two Volume Set)
    1       Prompt Book
    8       Prompt Books for Dialogue Parts
    33     Chorus-Vocal Parts

  • Starter at the Hotel Cecil, London
    Derby Announcer
    Captain Squirvy
    Timothy D. McGee – a race track man
    Anthony Anstey – a race track man
    Florabelle Fly – society editor, San Francisco Searcher
    Goldie Gates – an American copper heiress
    Earl of Bloomsbury
    A newsboy
    Sing-Song sports editor – Peking Gazette
    Whitney Wilson the unknown – (Pinkerton Detective Agent)
    Mrs. Kenworth – guardian and aunt of Goldie
    Johnny Jones – an American jockey

    Waiter, Policeman, Newsboy, Saratoga Announcer, Bellboys, Sailors, Porters, Jockeys & American Girls

  • This revised version of the classic LITTLE JOHNNY JONES originated at the Goodspeed Opera and was transferred to Broadway at the Alvin Theatre in 1982 starring Donny Osmond in the title role.

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