Broadhurst Theatre, (4/19/2009 - 8/16/2009)

First Preview: Mar 30, 2009
Opening Date: Apr 19, 2009
Closing Date: Aug 16, 2009
Total Previews: 22
Total Performances: 137

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Between Fotheringhay Castle and Elizabeth's Court

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Philip J. Smith: Chairman; Robert E. Wankel: President)

Produced by Arielle Tepper Madover, Debra Black, Neal Street Productions/Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott M. Delman, Barbara Whitman, Jean Doumanian/Ruth Hendel, David Binder/CarlWend Productions/Spring Sirkin and Daryl Roth/James L. Nederlander/Chase Mishkin

Originally produced by The Donmar Warehouse (Michael Grandage, Artistic Director)

Written by Friedrich Schiller; New adaptation by Peter Oswald

Directed by Phyllida Lloyd; Assistant Director: Seth Sklar-Heyn

Scenic and Costume Design by Anthony Ward; Lighting Design by Hugh Vanstone; Sound Design by Paul Arditti; Hair Design by Campbell Young; Associate Scenic Design: Christine Peters; Associate Costume Design: Daryl Stone; Associate Lighting Design: Philip Rosenberg and Jake DeGroot; Associate Sound Design: Jeremy Lee; Associate Hair Design: Luc Verschueren

General Manager: 101 Productions, Ltd.; Company Manager: Sean Free

Technical Supervisor: Aurora Productions; Production Stage Manager: Barclay Stiff; Stage Manager: Brandon Kahn

Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; General Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Casting: Daniel Swee; UK Casting Anne McNulty; Director of Marketing: Eric Schnall; Fight direction by Tom Schall; Photographer: Joan Marcus

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Opening Night Cast

Janet McTeerMary Stuart
Queen of Scotland
Harriet WalterElizabeth
Queen of England
Tony CarlinCourtier, Officer and other roles
Michael CountrymanSir Amias Paulet
Mary's jailer
Adam GreerO'Kelly
Mortimer's friend
Courtier, Officer and other roles
John Benjamin HickeyEarl of Leicester
Brian MurrayEarl of Shrewsbury
Guy PaulCourtier, Officer and other roles
Michael RudkoCount Aubespine
French Ambassador
Melvil
Mary's house steward
Robert StantonSir WiIliam Davison
Maria TucciHanna Kennedy
Mary's Nurse
Chandler WilliamsMortimer
Paulet's nephew
Nicholas WoodesonLord Burleigh

Understudies: Jacqueline Antaramian (Hanna Kennedy, Mary Stuart), Tony Carlin (Count Aubespine, Courtier, Officer and other roles, Earl of Leicester, Melvil, O'Kelly), Monique Fowler (Elizabeth, Hanna Kennedy), Adam Greer (Mortimer, Sir WiIliam Davison), Guy Paul (Lord Burleigh, Sir Amias Paulet) and Michael Rudko (Earl of Shrewsbury)

Awards and Nominations

Tony Award®

 2009 Best Revival of a Play [nominee] 

Written by Peter Oswald; Produced by Arielle Tepper Madover, Debra Black, Neal Street Productions/Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott M. Delman, Barbara Whitman, Jean Doumanian/Ruth Hendel, David Binder/CarlWend Productions/Spring Sirkin and Daryl Roth/James L. Nederlander/Chase Mishkin; Originally produced by The Donmar Warehouse (Michael Grandage, Artistic Director)

 2009 Best Actress in a Play [nominee] 

Janet McTeer

 2009 Best Actress in a Play [nominee] 

Harriet Walter

 2009 Best Direction of a Play [nominee] 

Phyllida Lloyd

winner 2009 Best Costume Design of a Play [winner] 

Anthony Ward

 2009 Best Lighting Design of a Play [nominee] 

Hugh Vanstone

 2009 Best Sound Design of a Play [nominee] 

Sound Design by Paul Arditti

Drama Desk Award

 2009 Outstanding Revival of a Play [nominee] 

Produced by Arielle Tepper Madover, Debra Black, Neal Street Productions/Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott M. Delman, Barbara Whitman, Jean Doumanian/Ruth Hendel, David Binder/CarlWend Productions/Spring Sirkin and Daryl Roth/James L. Nederlander/Chase Mishkin

winner 2009 Outstanding Actress in a Play [winner] 

Janet McTeer

 2009 Outstanding Lighting Design in a Play [nominee] 

Hugh Vanstone

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