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After The Fall   

This production played in repertory with Marco Millions, But For Whom Charlie, The Changeling, Incident at Vichy, Tartuffe

ANTA Washington Square Theatre, (1/23/1964 - 5/29/1965)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 23, 1964    
Closing Date: May 29, 1965 Total Performances: 208

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Comments: Opened in rep with "Marco Millions" and "But For Whom Charlie" then continued into next season and played in rep with "The Changeling"; "Incident at Vichy"; and 'Tartuffe".



Production Staff
Theatre operated for ANTA by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan); Executive Consultant: Harold Clurman
Written by Arthur Miller; Incidental music by David Amram
Directed by Elia Kazan
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Anna Hill Johnstone; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner
Assistant Manager: James Walsh
Production Stage Manager: Frederic de Wilde and Robert Downing; Stage Manager: Howard Fischer and Frank Hamilton
General Press Representative: Barry Hyams
Cast
Ruth Attaway
Carrie
Maggie's maid
Stanley Beck
Man in the park
Mariclare Costello
Louise
Quentin's divorced first wife
Scott Cunningham
Doctor
Faye Dunaway
Nurse
Crystal Field
Woman with parrot
Lou Frizzell
Chairman
Alternate
James Greene
Clergyman
Hal Holbrook
Reverend Haley Barnes
Salome Jens
Holga
Quentin's prospective third wife
Virginia Kaye
Quentin's Mother
Zohra Lampert
Felice
a divorced dancer
Barbara Loden
Maggie
Quentin's deceased second wife
Paul Mann
Quentin's Father
Ralph Meeker
Mickey
a lawyer who has repudiated his Communist past
Jason Robards Jr.
Quentin
a lawyer in his forties
Patricia Roe
Elsie
Lou's wife
Harold Scott
Lucas
Reverend Haley Barnes
Alternate
Diane Shalet
Nurse
Secretary
David J. Stewart
Lou
a professor facing dismissal for his Communist past
Michael Strong
Dan
Quentin's brother
Jack Waltzer
Porter
David Wayne
Chairman
Tony Award®
1964 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Jason Robards Jr.
winner 1964 Best Featured Actress in a Play [winner]
Barbara Loden
Theatre World
winner 1964 Award [recipient]
Barbara Loden