Skylight Music Theatre presents…

A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine

Book and Lyrics by Dick Vosburgh
Music by Frank Lazarus

Synopsis Summary

Two one-act musicals provide a “double feature” as hilarious as any presented in Hollywood’s heyday.

The first act, A Day in Hollywood, takes us to the lobby of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in the 1930s where the ushers sing a musical tribute to the screen stars and productions of that magical era – including a musical homage to film clichés and a tap salute to the 1930 Production Code governing on-screen sex and violence. The second act, A Night in the Ukraine, is the funniest musical the Marx Brothers never wrote – sweeping us away to Russia for a madcap musical featuring all the usual Marx Brothers suspects, and loosely based on Chekhov’s one-act play, The Bear. Nominated for five Tony Awards, this rollicking, innovative two-musicals-in-one is a guaranteed toe-tapping, belly-laughing delight.

Who’s Who

Directors & Designers

Stage Director Pam Kriger
Stage Manager Jessica Berlin Krivsky
Assistant Stage Manager Lillian Tillson
Costume Design Shima Orans
Lighting Design Holly Blomquist
Music Director James Valcq
Set Design Rick A. Rasmussen
Sound Design Gary Ellis


Character Actor
Ben Ben George
Carol Carol Grief
Benjamin Benjamin Howes
Ray Ray Jivoff
Jennifer Jennifer Kiel
Norman Norman Moses
Melinda Melinda Pfundstein
Molly Molly Rhode
Chase Chase Stoeger
Serge B. Samovar Norman Moses
Gino Ray Jivoff
Carlo Benjamin Howes
Mrs. Pavlenko Carol Grief
Constantine Chase Stoeger
Nina Melinda Pfundstein
Masha Molly Rhode