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Tommyrall
Tommy Rall
Biographical Information
Born December 27th, 1929
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Productions Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! as Tommy (original Broadway cast)
Small Wonder
Miss Liberty as Another Lamplighter/The Dandy/The Boy (original Broadway cast)
Call Me Madam as Dancer
Kiss Me, Kate as Bill Calhoun/Lucentio
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers as Frank Pontipee
My Sister Eileen as Chick
Juno as Johnny Boyle (original Broadway cast)
Cinderella as Prince Christopher
Milk and Honey as David (original Broadway cast)
Cafe Crown as David Cole (original Broadway cast)
Cry for Us All as Petey Boyle (original Broadway cast)
Recordings Miss Liberty (original Broadway cast)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (film soundtrack)
Juno (original Broadway cast)
Milk and Honey (original cast recording)
Cry for Us All (original cast recording)
Vocal Type Tenor

Tommy Rall is an American actor and dancer.

BiographyEdit

Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Rall became a dancer at a young age, made his film debut in the 1940 short Vendetta and his stage debut in Ballet Theatre. These were soon followed by dancing turns in such wartime films as Give Out, Sisters and Song of Russia.

Primarily known for dancing roles and appearances on stage, Rall made his last dancing appearance in 1988.

SingingEdit

A veteran of numerous film and stage musicals, Rall sang in the original cast of Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! and several ensemble roles before a larger role as Bill Calhoun in the film Kiss Me, Kate and later Frank Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

Rall would also appear in larger roles onstage, originating the role of Johnny Boyle in Juno and appearing as Prince Christopher in the stage musical Cinderella. He also played David Cole in the original cast of Cafe Crown and Petey Boyle in Cry for Us All.

FilmEdit

Kiss Me, Kate (1953)Edit

  • We Open in Venice (contains solo lines)
  • Tom, Dick or Harry (contains solo lines)
  • Always True to You in My Fashion (duet)
  • From This Moment On (contains solo lines)

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954)Edit

  • Goin' Courtin'
  • Sobbin' Women
  • Spring, Spring, Spring

My Sister Eileen (1955)Edit

  • Give Me a Band and My Baby (contains solo lines)

StageEdit

Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! (1948)(originated the role)Edit

Small Wonder (1948)Edit

  • Count Your Blessings
  • No Time (reprise)(duet)
  • The Show Off (duet)
  • Badaroma
  • Pistachio
  • William McKinley High
  • Just an Ordinary Guy

Miss Liberty (1949)(originated the role)Edit

  • Miss Liberty

Call Me Madam (1950)Edit

  • It's a Lovely Day Today (reprise)
  • Something to Dance About
  • Mrs Sally Adams (reprise)
  • Finale

Juno (1959)(originated the role)Edit

  • Daarlin' Man (contains solo lines)
  • Old Sayin's (duet)
  • What Is the Stars? (duet)
  • Old Sayin's (reprise)(duet)
  • On a Day Like This (contains solo lines)
  • Music in the House (contains solo lines)
  • It's Not Irish (contains solo lines)

Cinderella (1961)Edit

  • Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful (duet)
  • No Other Love (contains solo lines)
  • Ten Minutes Ago (duet)
  • Finale

Milk and Honey (1961)(originated the role)Edit

  • Milk and Honey (contains solo lines)
  • I Will Follow You (solo)

Cafe Crown (1964)(originated the role)Edit

  • All Those Years (duet)
  • I'm Gonna Move (solo)
  • What's Gonna Be Tomorrow
  • A Lifetime Love (Reprise)(duet)
  • Someone's Waiting (solo)
  • A Man Must Have Something to Live For (Reprise)

Cry for Us All (1970)(originated the role)Edit

  • Cry for Us All (contains solo lines)
  • The Leg of the Duck (solo)

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