Salute to Hollywood - 1983

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UCLA Department of Music &
The Committee on Fine Arts Productions

UCLA’s Musical Theater Workshop
John Hall, Director

7th Cavalcade of American Popular Music

“Salute to Hollywood”

all singing…all dancing…
a musical revue compiled by David Morton

Friday & Saturday
January 20,21,27,28, 1983 at 8:30pm

Sunday Matinee
January 29, 1983 at 2:30pm

Schoenberg Hall

With UCLA Jazz Ensemble
Gary Gray, Director

Stars are made…not Born

Sketch by John Hall and Robert Deman

A mythical drugstore called Schwabs in the land of Lotus called Hollywood.

Lance Hardin, a Hollywood smoothie
Robby Sella

Rose Schlemmer, a young hopeful
Zina Goldrich

Lana I
Michelle Ramos

Lana II
Linda Sypien

Lana III
Lisa Beth Hasty

Larry Johnson

Christopher Caruthers

Bob Pederson

Tulsa, a soda jerk
Alan Muraoka

Doris, a waitress
Kimberly Evans

Hedda Luella, a gossip columnist
Shawn Marie Daywalt

Miss Munch, her secretary
Anne Marie Ronolfsson

Mary Pickhard, a silent movie star
Sarah Jane Runser

Theda Bareit, a silent movie star
Martha Gleason

Pearl Whitey, a silent movie star
Laurie McDermott

Dance Captain
James Boyd

B.J. Gottrocks, Head of Gottrocks Studio
Lenny Levitt

Miss Coldasteel, his Executive Secretary
Sarah Jane Runser

Hollywood Hopefuls
Jacqi Bowe
Lori Haggard
Linda Hanna

Moon Over the Movies

Sketch by John Hall and Robert Deman
Place: Soundstage at Gottrocks Studio.

Sidney Dumont, famous movie director
Ted Faye

Stanley, nephew to B.J. Gottrocks
William Gorin

Nelson Mack Rae, leading man to many
Michael Leoncavallo

Dorothy D’Amore, leading lady
Deborah Hiromi Marshall

Ethel Lupinsky, later Gail Oakley
Michelle Ramos

Tina Lopez, later Anna Rosa Rexia
Pamela Y. Leon

Esther Glumpnik, later Jeanette McEddy
Nina Warren

Lori Haggard
Linda Hanna
Martha Gleason
Laurie McDermott
Lisa Hasty
Joseph Cornicelli
Norman Thomas
Scott Meckling
Charles Anderson
Christopher Caruthers
Greg Dietrich


“Hooray for Hollywood”
(from “Hollywood Hotel,” words by Johnny Mercer, music by Richard A. Whiting; 1938)

“You Oughta Be in Pictures”
(from “New York Town,” words by Edward Heyman, music by Dana Suesse; 1934)

“Going Hollywood”
(from “Going Hollywood,” words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown; 1933)

“If I Had a Talking Picture of You”
(from “Sunny Side Up,” words & music by B.G. de Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson; 1929)
Robby Sella and Zina Goldrich

“You Are My Lucky Star”
(from “Broadway Melody of 1936,” words & music by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown; 1935)
Michelle Ramos, Lisa Beth Hasty, Linda Sypien, Robby Sella

“Hollywood Rose”
(words & music by Al Jolson & Gus Kahn; 1927)
Larry Johnson, Bob Pederson, Alan Muraoka, Christopher Caruthers

“I Wanna Be a Cowboy in the Movies”
(from “Two Guys from Texas,” words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne; 1948)
Alan Muraoka

“Three Little Queens of the Silver Screen”
(from “Lend an Ear,” words & music by Charles Gaynor; 1949)
Sarah Jane Runser, Martha Gleason, Laurie McDermott

“There’s a Tear for Every Smile in Hollywood”
(from “Show Girl in Hollywood,” words & music by Bud Green and Sam H. Stept; 1929)
Shawn Marie Daywalt

“Oh, To Be a Movie Star”
(from “The Apple Tree,” words by Sheldon Harnick, music by Jerry Bock; 1966)

“Poor Little Hollywood Star”
(from “Little Me,” words by Carolyn Leigh, music by Cy Coleman; 1962)
Zina Goldrich

“Movie Were Movies”
(from “Mack and Mabel,” words & music by Jerry Herman; 1974)

“The Moon of Manakoora”
(from “The Hurricane,” words by Frank Loesser, music by Alfred Newman; 1937)
Deborah Hiromi Marshall

“Hawaiian War Chant”
(words & music by Johnny Noble & Leleiohaku; 1936)

“Pagan Love Song”
(from “The Pagan,” words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown; 1929)
Michael Leoncavallo

“Roll Along, Prairie Moon”
(from “Here Comes the Band,” words & music by Ted Fiorito,
Harry McPherson, Albert von Tilzer; 1935)
Michelle Ramos

“The Moon Was Yellow”
(words by Edgar Leslie, music by Fred E. Ahlert; 1934)
Pamela Y. Leon

“Rocky Mountain Moon”
(words by Raymond B. Egan, music by Henry I. Marshall & Richard Whiting; 1923)
Nina Warren

The Best Songs, From The Academy

1982: “Up Where We Belong”
from “An Officer And A Gentleman,” words by Will Bennings; music by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Jack Nitzsche –

1981: “Arthur’s Theme” (Best That You Can Do)
from “Arthur,” words and music by Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager, Christopher Cross, and Peter Allen –
Shawn Marie Daywalt & Joseph Cornicelli

1980: “Fame”
from “Fame,” words by Dean Pitchford; music by Michael Gore –

1979: “It Goes Like It Goes”
from “Norma Rae,” words by Norman Gimbel;
music by David Shire –
Christopher Caruthers

1978: “Last Dance”
from “Thank God It’s Friday,” words & music by Paul Jabara –
Kimberely Evans

1977: “You Light Up My Life,”
words & music by Joe Brooks –
Lisa Beth Hasty

1976: “Evergreen”
from “A Star Is Born,” words by Paul Williams;
music by Barbara Steisand –
Scott Meckling

1975: “I’m Easy”
from “Nashville,” words & music by Keith Carradine –
Linda Sypien

1974: “We May Never Love Like This Again”
from “The Towering Inferno,” words & music by Al Kasha and
Joel Hirshhorn –
William Gorin

1973: “The Way We Were”
from “The Way We Were,” words by Alan and Marilyn Bergman;
music by Marvin Hamlisch –
Anne Marie Runolfsson

1972: “The Morning After”
from “The Poseidon Adventure,” words & music by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn –

1971: “Theme from Shaft”
from “Shaft,” by Isaac Hayes –

1970: “For All We Know”
from “Lovers And Other Strangers,” words by Robb Wilson and Arthur James; music by Fred Karlin –
Martha Gleason

1969: “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head”
from “Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid,” words by Hal David;
music by Burt Bacharach –
Joseph Cornicelli

1968: “The Windmills Of Your Mind”
from “The Thomas Crown Affair,” words by Marilyn and Alan Bergman; music by Michel Legrand –
Shawn Marie Daywalt & Lucas Richman

1967: “Talk To The Animals”
from “Doctor Dolittle,” words & music by Leslie Bricusse –

1966: “Born Free”
from “Born Free,” words by Don Black; music by John Barry –
Lenny Levitt

1965: “The Shadow Of Your Smile”
from “The Sandpiper,” words by Paul Francis Webster;
music by Johnny Mandel –
Deborah Hiromi Marshall

1964: “Chim Chim Cher-ee”
from “Mary Poppins,” words & music by
Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman –
Randy Levine

1963: “Call Me Irresponsible”
from “Papa’s Delicate Condition,” words by Sammy Cahn;
music by James Van Heusen –

1962: “Days of Wine and Roses”
from “Days of Wine and Roses,” words by Johnny Mercer;
music by Henry Mancini
Norman Thomas

1961: “Moon River”
from “Breakfast At Tiffany’s,” wordsy by Johnny Mercer;
music by Henry Mancini –
Laurie McDermott

1960: “Never On Sunday”
from “Never On Sunday,” words by Billy Towne;
music by Manos Hadjidakis –
Pamela Y. Leon, Charles Anderson, Greg Dietrich

1959: “High Hopes”
from “A Hole In The Head,” words by Sammy Cahn;
music by James Van Heusen –
Larry Johnson, Lenny Levitt

1958: “Gigi”
from “Gigi,” words by Alan Jay Lerner;
music by Frederick Loewe –
Michael Leoncavallo

1957: “All The Way”
from “The Joker Is Wild,” words by Sammy Cahn;
music by James Van Heusen –
Michelle Ramos

1956: “Whatever Will Be, Will Be”
from “The Man Who Knew Too Much,”
words & music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans –
Zina Goldrich

1955: “Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing”
from “Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing,”
words by Paul Francis Webster; music by Sammy Fain –
Nina Warren

1954: Three Coins In The Fountain”
from “Three Coins In The Fountain,” words by Sammy Cahn;
music by Jule Styne –
Deborah Hiromi Marshall

1953: “Secret Love”
from “Calamity Jane,” words by Paul Francis Webster;
music by Sammy Fain –
Martha Gleason

1952: “High Noon” (Do Not Forsake Me)
from “High Noon,” words by Ned Washington;
music by Dimitri Tiomkin –
Alan Muraoka

1951: “In the Cool, Cool, Cool, of the Evening”
from “Here Comes The Groom,” words by Johnny Mercer;
music by Hoagy Carmichael –
Michelle Ramos, Sarah Jane Runser, Anne Marie Runolfsson

1950: “Mona Lisa”
from “Captain Carey, U.S.A.,”
words & music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans –
Scott Meckling

1949: “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”
from “Neptune’s Daughter,” words & music by Frank Loesser –
Linda Hanna, James Boyd

1948: “Buttons and Bows”
from “The Paleface,”
words & music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans –
Laurie McDermott

1947: “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah”
from “Song Of The South,” words by Ray Gilbert;
music by Allie Wrubel –
Zina Goldrich, Shawn Marie Daywalt, Kimberly Evans

1946: “On The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe”
from “The Harvey Girls,” words by Johnny Mercer;
music by Harry Warren –
Jacqi Bowe, Bob Pederson

1945: “It Might As Well Be Spring”
from “State Fair,” words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd;
music by Richard Rodgers –
Lisa Beth Hasty

1944: “Swinging on a Star”
from “Going My Way,” words by Johnny Burke;
music by James Van Heusen –
Sarah Jane Runser, Greg Dietrich, Lenny Levitt

1943: “You’ll Never Know”
from “Hello, Frisco, Hello,” words by Mack Gordon;
music by Harry Warren –
Charles Anderson

1942: “White Christmas”
from “Holiday Inn,” words & music by Irving Berlin –
Linda Sypien

1941: “The Last Time I Saw Paris”
from “Lady Be Good,” words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd;
music by Jerome Kern –
Larry Johnson

1940: “When You Wish Upon A Star”
from “Pinocchio,” words by Ned Washington;
music by Leigh Harline –
Nina Warren

1939: “Over The Rainbow”
from “The Wizard of Oz,” words by E.Y. Harburg;
music by Harold Arlen –
Kimberly Evans

1938: “Thanks For The Memory”
from “The Big Broadcast of 1938,” words by Leo Robin;
music by Ralph Rainger –
Lori Haggard, Greg Dietrich

1937: “Sweet Leilani”
from “Waikiki Wedding,” words & music by Harry Owens –
Alan Muraoka

1936: “The Way You Look Tonight”
from “Swing Time,” words by Dorothy Fields;
music by Jerome Kern –
Robby Sella

1935: “Lullaby of Broadway”
from “Gold Diggers of 1935,” words by Al Dublin;
music by Harry Warren –

1934: “The Continental”
from “The Gay Divorcee,” words by Herb Magidson;
music by Con Conrad –


Combo for Dr. Morton

Stephen Fry, Bass
Gene Herman, Drums

UCLA Jazz Ensemble

Gary Gray

Raymond Torres-Santos
Teaching Assistant

Gerald Jensen
David Koz
Carryl Navalta
Carl Pritzkat
Eric Schugren

Paul DeWeese
Paul Natzke
Thomas Taylor II
Jill Tiesco

Robert Naramura
Ken Raleigh
Bernard Scheer
Kevin Venable

Rhythm Section
Scott Andrew
Todd Bontemps
Mark Chosak
Wally Griffen
Joel Harnell
Drew Johnson
Paul Prado
Bob Remstein
Larry Urena


John Hall

Musical Director
David Morton

Lucas Richman

Orchestration & Arrangements
Paul Natzke
Lucas Richman
Raymond Torres-Santos
David Morton

Musical Coaching
Joan Colman

Scenic Designer
Robert Deman

Lighting Designer
Eileen Cooley

Elena Del Rio
Valerie Zielonka

Ricka Glucksman

Production Stage Manager
Keith Hoshal

Technical Director
Jim Bates

Shop Carpenter
Lance Parker

Master Electrician
Nancy Norby

Ken Scarborough

Scenic Artist
Jack McCullagh

Robert Deman

Edythe Johnson

Hair and Make-up
Richard Parker

Sound Engineer
David Cloud

Puppet Designer & Builder
Lenny Levitt

Poster & Program
Robin Weisz
Grant Swanlund

Kathleen Moon

Auditorium Manager
Jerry Kurtz

Many thanks to the following, who helped get this show together: from the Music Department – Darlene Eastman, Dottie Allison, Irene Acosta, Phyllis Lessin, John Hayes; from Theater Arts – Mel Helstein, Thurston James, Abe Wollock and his video class.


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