Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, (4/25/2018 - 6/10/2018)

First Preview: Apr 03, 2018
Opening Date: Apr 25, 2018
Closing Date: Jun 10, 2018
Total Previews: 24
Total Performances: 55

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: In and around France. 1429 A.D. - 1456 A.D.

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by Manhattan Theatre Club (Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director; Barry Grove, Executive Producer)

Produced by Manhattan Theatre Club (Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director; Barry Grove, Executive Producer); Produced in association with Eddie Marks/Ostar

Written by Bernard Shaw; Original Music: Bill Frisell

Directed by Daniel Sullivan; Assistant Director: Ann Noling

Scenic Design by Scott Pask; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Justin Townsend; Sound Design by Obadiah Eaves; Projection Design by Christopher Ash; Hair and Wig Design by Tom Watson; Makeup Design by Tommy Kurzman; Associate Scenic Design: Orit Jacoby Carroll; Associate Costume Design: Daniel Urlie; Associate Lighting Design: Sarah Johnston; Associate Sound Design: Patrick LaChance; Lighting Programmer: Brad Grey

General Manager: Florie Seery; Company Manager: Robert Carroll

MTC Director of Production: Joshua Helman; Production Stage Manager: Jane Grey; Stage Manager: Howard Tilkin; Associate Prod. Mgr: Celeste Lagrotteria; Assistant Prod. Mgr: Sarah Pier

Casting: Caparelliotis Casting and Kelly Gillespie; Dialect Coach: Deborah Hecht; MTC Director of Artistic Operations: Amy Gilkes Loe; MTC Director of Marketing: Debra Waxman-Pilla; MTC Director of Casting: Nancy Piccione; MTC Associate Artistic Producer: Stephen M. Kaus; MTC Line Producer: Nicki Hunter; MTC Director of Play Development: Elizabeth Rothman; MTC Director of Development: Lynne Randall; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Advertising: Serino Coyne; Website Design: AKA; Weapons Consultant: Thomas Schall; Photographer: Joan Marcus

Opening Night Cast

Condola RashadJoan
Walter BobbieBishop of Beauvais
Adam Chanler-BeratThe Dauphin
later, Charles VII of France
Jack Davenport
Broadway debut
The Earl of Warwick
John GloverThe Archbishop of Rheims
A Gentleman
Patrick PageRobert de Baudricourt
Squire of Vaucouleurs
The Inquisitor
Daniel SunjataDunois
The Bastard of Orleans
Tony CarlinEnsemble
Ben HornerCourt Page
Maurice JonesPage to Dunois
Canon de Courcelles
Russell G. Jones
Broadway debut
Monseigneur de la Trémouille
Page to Warwick
Mandi MasdenDuchess de la Trémouille
Max Gordon MooreGilles de Rais
Brother Martin Ladvenu
Howard W. OvershownEnsemble
Michael RudkoEnsemble
Matthew SaldivarBertrand de Poulengey
Canon John D'Estivet
Robert StantonSteward to Baudricourt
Chaplain de Stogumber
An English Soldier
Lou SumrallCaptain la Hire
The Executioner
RJ VaillancourtEnsemble

Understudies: Tony Carlin (An English Soldier, Chaplain de Stogumber, Monseigneur de la Trémouille, Page to Warwick, Steward to Baudricourt, The Earl of Warwick), Ben Horner (Bertrand de Poulengey, Canon John D'Estivet, Captain la Hire, Dunois, The Executioner), Mandi Masden (Joan), Howard W. Overshown (Brother Martin Ladvenu, Canon de Courcelles, Gilles de Rais, Page to Dunois, The Dauphin) and Michael Rudko (A Gentleman, Bishop of Beauvais, Robert de Baudricourt, The Archbishop of Rheims, The Inquisitor)

Awards and Nominations

Tony Award®

 2018 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play [nominee] 

Condola Rashad

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