Brooks Atkinson Theatre, (5/04/1965 - 10/02/1965)

First Preview: May 03, 1965
Opening Date: May 04, 1965
Closing Date: Oct 02, 1965
Total Previews: 1
Total Performances: 175

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: Part I: Preparation for a Gentleman Caller. Part II: The Gentleman Calls.
Setting: An Alley in St. Louis. Now and the Past.
Comments: The Twentieth Anniversary Production

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by Michael Myerberg

Produced by Claude Giroux and Orrin Christy, Jr.

Written by Tennessee Williams; Incidental music by Paul Bowles

Directed by George Keathley

Scenic Design by James A. Taylor and Robert T. Williams; Costume Design by Patton Campbell; Lighting Design by V. C. Fuqua

Business Manager: Alexander Holt; General Manager: George Banyai; Company Manager: Richard Grayson

Production Stage Manager: Wade Miller; Stage Manager: Donald Bumgardner

Scenery Supervisor: James A. Taylor; General Press Representative: John Springer Associates; Press Representative: Walter Alford; Press Associate: Mary Ward; Assistant to the Producers: Angelo Del Rossi; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company; Photographer: Werner Kuhn

Opening Night Cast

George GrizzardThe Son
Tom Wingfield
(May 03, 1965 - Aug 17, 1965)
Pat HingleThe Gentleman Caller
Jim O'Connor
(May 03, 1965 - Aug 17, 1965)
Piper LaurieThe Daughter
Laura Wingfield
(May 03, 1965 - Aug 17, 1965)
Maureen StapletonThe Mother
Amanda Wingfield
(May 03, 1965 - Jul 21, 1965)

Standby: Maureen McNally (The Daughter), James Ray (The Son), Florence Stanley (The Mother) and William Traylor (The Gentleman Caller)

Replacement/Transfer Info

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

Brooks Atkinson Theatre

(5/4/1965 - 10/2/1965)


Farley Granger
The Son
Tom Wingfield
(Aug 18, 1965 - Oct 2, 1965)
Hal Holbrook
The Gentleman Caller
Jim O'Connor
(Aug 18, 1965 - Oct 2, 1965)
Carol Rossen
The Daughter
Laura Wingfield
(Aug 18, 1965 - Oct 2, 1965)
Jo Van Fleet
The Mother
Amanda Wingfield
(Jul 22, 1965 - Oct 2, 1965)

Standbys: Nancy Pinkerton (The Daughter).

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