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Cort Theatre, (4/07/1969 - 4/12/1969)

Opening Date: Apr 07, 1969
Closing Date: Apr 12, 1969
Total Previews: 12
Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Comedy, One Act, Original, Broadway
Setting: November 12, 1918, the day after the Armistice ending WWI was signed.

Opening Night Production Staff

Cop-Out

Category: Play, Comedy, One Act, Original, Broadway

Produced by Norman Twain; Produced in association with Albert I. Fill

Written by John Guare; Original Songs by John Guare; Music arranged by Margaret Singer

Directed by Melvin Bernhardt

Lighting Design by John Gleason; Costume Design by Fred Voelpel; Scenic Design by Fred Voelpel; Environmental Sound: James Reichert

General Manager: Sherman Gross

Production Stage Manager: Nelle Nugent; Stage Manager: Eugene Stuckmann

General Press Representative: Frank Goodman; Press Representative: Ruth Cage; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson

 

Understudies: Barbara Gilbert and Charles Kimbrough

Home Fires

Category: Play, One Act, Original, Broadway

Produced by Norman Twain; Produced in association with Albert I. Fill

Written by John Guare

Directed by Melvin Bernhardt

Scenic Design by Fred Voelpel; Costume Design by Fred Voelpel; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Environmental sound by James Reichert

Production Stage Manager: Nelle Nugent; Stage Manager: Eugene Stuckmann

 

Understudies: Eugene Stuckmann (Mr. Catchpole, Peter Smith)

Opening Night Cast

 

Cop-Out

Linda Lavin
Ron Leibman

Home Fires

George BartenieffMr. Catchpole
MacIntyre DixonPeter Smith
Charles KimbroughRudy Smythe
Carrie NyeMargaret Ross-Hughes
April ShawhanNell Schmidt

Understudies: Eugene Stuckmann (Mr. Catchpole, Peter Smith)

Songs

music by John Guare; lyrics by John Guare

Whodunit, My Love
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