Hudson Theatre, (3/11/1963 - 5/25/1963)
Martin Beck Theatre, (5/27/1963 - 6/29/1963)

First Preview: Mar 09, 1963
Opening Date: Mar 11, 1963
Closing Date: Jun 29, 1963
Total Previews: 1
Total Performances: 97

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in nine acts
Setting: New England; various Evans' homes (a homestead in northern NY State, a rented seashore suburban house near New York, an apartment on Park Ave, an estate on Long Island); the Evans' cruiser near Poughk

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)

Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator); Produced by arrangement with Circle in the Square

Written by Eugene O'Neill

Directed by José Quintero

Scenic Design by David Hays; Lighting Design by David Hays; Costume Design by Noel Taylor; Miss Page's costumes by Theoni V. Aldredge; Hair Design by Ronald De Mann

General Manager: Robert Alex Baron

Production Stage Manager: Richard Blofson; Stage Manager: D. S. Wilson; Assistant Stage Mgr: Donald Moreland

General Press Representative: Howard Atlee; Press Representative: Michael Sean O'Shea and Ruth Cage; Advertising: Fred Golden and Blaine-Thompson; Production Assistant to Mr. Hays: Keith Cuerden; Secretary to Actors Studio: Gillian Crowe; Speech Consultant: Dr. Simon R. Mitchneck

Opening Night Cast

Betty FieldMrs. Amos Evans
Sam's mother
Jane FondaMadeline Arnold
(Mar 09, 1963 - Apr 06, 1963)
Ben GazzaraEdmund Darrell
(Mar 09, 1963 - May 11, 1963)
Pat HingleSam Evans
Geoffrey HorneGordon Evans
Nina's son
Geraldine PageNina Leeds
the professor's daughter
William PrinceCharles Marsden
Franchot ToneProfessor Henry Leeds
Richard ThomasGordon Evans (as a child)

Standby: Nancy Marchand (Nina Leeds)

Understudies: Sally Alex (Mrs. Amos Evans), Donald Moreland (Gordon Evans) and James Noble (Charles Marsden, Edmund Darrell, Sam Evans)

Awards and Nominations

Tony Award®

 1963 Best Producer of a Play [nominee] 

Produced by The Actors Studio (Lee Strasberg: Artistic Director; Cheryl Crawford: Executive Producer; Roger L. Stevens: General Administrator)

Replacement/Transfer Info


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


Hudson Theatre

(3/11/1963 - 5/25/1963)

Cast

Rip Torn
Edmund Darrell (May 13, 1963 - Jun 29, 1963)
Collin Wilcox
Madeline Arnold (Apr 8, 1963 - Jun 29, 1963)

Martin Beck Theatre

(5/27/1963 - 6/29/1963)



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