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A vivacious satire on sharp-practice and ruthless ambition in the world of big business from the writer and composer of Guys and Dolls
. With the aid of his bible, 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying', J. Pierpoint Finch rises irresistibly from window-cleaner to Chairman of the Board at World Wide Wickets, breaking hearts and stabbing backs along the way. Frank Loesser's score bristles with snappy numbers like 'Coffee Break', 'A Secretary is Not a Toy' and 'Been a Long Day', the exuberant 'Brother of Man' and the gorgeous 'I Believe In You'. The show won seven Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for drama when it opened on Broadway.Performers Joe McFadden (J Pierpoint Finch), James Bolam (JB Biggley), Fiona Dunn (Rosemary), Annette McLaughlin (Hedy La Rue), Alistair McGowan (Voice of the Book - heard but not seen), Alexis Owen-Hobbs, Anna Lowe, Ruth Anderson, Sophie-Louise Dann, Nolan Frederick, Nina French, Grant Anthony, Trevor Jones.
Book by Abe Burrows. Book by Jack Weinstock. Book by Willie Gilbert. Music Frank Loesser. Corporate Sponsor Peters PLC. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Martin Duncan. Design Francis O'Connor. Choreographer Stephen Mear. Music Richard Balcome (musical director and arrangements). Lighting Chris Ellis. Sound Matt McKenzie. Choreographer Stephen Mear.
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