International Theatre, (4/05/1947 - 5/24/1947)
Majestic Theatre, (5/28/1947 - 6/28/1947)

Opening Date: Apr 05, 1947
Closing Date: Jun 28, 1947
Total Previews: 3
Total Performances: 100

Category: Play, Fantasy, Play with music, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in two parts

Opening Night Production Staff

Produced by Rita Hassan and The American Repertory Theatre

Written by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebus; Based on the Tenniel drawings from "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll; Music by Richard Addinsell; Musical Director: Tibor Kozma

Conceived by Eva Le Gallienne; Staged by Eva Le Gallienne; Choreographed by Ruth Wilton; Marionette Operators under the direction of Ascanio Spolidoro

Scenic Design by Robert Rowe Paddock; Costume Design by Noel Taylor; Mask and Marionettes by Remo Bufano

Conducted by Tibor Kozma

Opening Night Cast

Philip BourneufWhite Knight
Eva Le GallienneWhite Queen
Bambi LinnAlice
Richard WaringMad Hatter
Margaret WebsterRed Queen
Don AllenCrab
John C. BecherQueen of Hearts
John BehneyThree of Clubs
Angus CairnsLory
Mock Turtle
Gentle Voice
Robert Eric CarlsonHeart
Michel CorhanHeart
Marionette Operator
Will DavisHeart
Front of Horse
Sgt. Thomas GraceNine of Clubs
Marionette Operator
Raymond GreenleafDuchess
Julie HarrisWhite Rabbit
Bart HendersonFive of Clubs
Marionette Operator
Cavada HumphreyGnat Voice
Marionette Operator
Fred HunterKnave of Hearts
Henry JonesMouse
Humpty Dumpty
Arthur KeeganEaglet
March Hare
Donald KeyesSeven of Spades
Beetle Voice
Cheshire Cat
Rae LenSinger
Robert LeserHeart
Marionette Operator
Jack ManningGryphon
Gerald McCormackHeart
Mary Alice MooreOther Voice
Marionette Operator
Walter NealHeart
Marionette Operator
Pvt. James RaffertyHeart
Marionette Operator
Robert RawlingsFrog Footman
Five of Spades
Eloise RoehmSinger
Dan ScottHeart
John StraubDodo
Seven of Clubs
Train Guard
Eugene StuckmannKing of Hearts
Theodore TenleyCaterpillar
Charles TownleyHeart
Back of Horse
Marionette Operator
Eli WallachDuck
Two of Spades
Other Voice
William WindomWhite Rabbit
Man in White Paper
Ed WoodheadFish Footman

Replacement/Transfer Info

The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.

International Theatre

(4/5/1947 - 5/24/1947)


Hugh Franklin
White Knight
Theodore Tenley
Margaret Webster
Cheshire Cat

Majestic Theatre

(5/28/1947 - 6/28/1947)

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