Below are revues and musicals that featured material by Coleman

[Titles in bold link to streaming samples.]

John Murray Anderson's Almanac

Opened December 10, 1953
Imperial Theatre, 229 performances
Staged by John Murray Anderson, sketches directed by Cyril Ritchard, dances and musical numbers staged by Donald Saddler
With Hermione Gingold, Billy De Wolfe, Orson Bean, Polly Bergen, and Harry Belafonte

The revue included one original Coleman song (lyric by Joseph A. McCarthy, Jr.):

Drafted or anticipated titles


The Ziegfeld Follies of 1956

Out of town tryout at the Shubert Theatre, Boston MA - April 1956
Out of town tryout at the Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia, PA - May 1956
Closed prior to Broadway
Musical numbers staged by Jack Cole, sketch direction by Jack Cole
With Tallulah Bankhead, Carol Haney, Mae Barnes, Joan Diener, and David Burns.

The revue included one original Coleman song (lyric by Joseph A. McCarthy, Jr.):



Compulsion

Opened October 24, 1957
Ambassador Theatre, 140 performances
Directed by Alex Segal
With Roddy McDowall, Dean Stockwell, Howard Da Silva, and Michael Constantine

The show featured four original Coleman melodies:



Demi-Dozen

Opened October 1958
Upstairs at the Downstairs
Directed and stage by John Heawood

The revue included one Coleman song (lyric by Carolyn Leigh):



Medium-Rare

Opened June 1960
The Happy Medium, Chicago, Illinois

The revue included one original Coleman song (lyric by Carolyn Leigh):



Equus

Opened October 24, 1974
Plymouth Theatre (later moved to the Helen Hayes Theatre), 1209 performances
A play by Peter Shaffer, directed by John Dexter, with "cinema music by Cy Coleman"
With Peter Firth, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Higgins, Roberta Maxwell, and Marian Seldes

Included:



Shirley MacLaine

Opened July 7, 1976
Palace Theatre, 20 performances
Directed by Tony Charmoli; Special choreography by Alan Johnson
Music by Cy Coleman, book by Fred Ebb, additional material by Bob Wells

Included one original Coleman song:

Also performed:



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Straws in the Wind: A Theatrical Look Ahead

Played February 1975
American Place Theater
Directed by Phyllis Newman

Included two original Coleman songs (lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green):

Anticipated or drafted



Peg

Opened December 14, 1983
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 5 performances
Directed by Robert Drivas, creative consultant: Cy Coleman
With Roddy McDowall, Dean Stockwell, Howard Da Silva, and Michael Constantine

Included one original Coleman song:

Also performed:



Diamonds

Opened December 16, 1984
Circle in the Square Downtown, 122 performances
Directed by Hal Prince

The reuve included one original Coleman song (lyric by Betty Comden and Adolph Green):