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The Madwoman of Chaillot   

Belasco Theatre, (12/27/1948 - 6/25/1949)
Royale Theatre, (8/22/1949 - 1/07/1950)
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Opening Date: Dec 27, 1948    
Closing Date: Jan 07, 1950 Total Performances: 368

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: Paris, France.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Alfred De Liagre, Jr.
Written by Jean Giraudoux; Book adapted by Maurice Valency; Music arranged by Alexander Haas; Incidental music by Alexander Haas and Albert Hague
Directed by Alfred De Liagre, Jr.
Scenic Design by Christian Berard; Costume Design by Christian Berard; Lighting Design by Samuel Leve
General Manager: Samuel H. Schwartz
Stage Manager: Will Gould; Assistant Stage Mgr: William Chambers
Conducted by Alexander Haas
Press Representative: Bernard Simon and Marjorie Barkentin; Press Assistant: Robert Ganshaw
Martita Hunt
Countess Aurelia
The Madwoman of Chaillot
John Beahan
The Street Juggler
Maurice Brenner
The Shoe-Lace Peddler
One of the Prospectors
Millicent Brower
The Flower Girl
Paul Byron
An Adolphe Bertaut
John Carradine
The Ragpicker
William Chambers
The Doorman
One of the Prospectors
An Adolphe Bertaut
Eugene Cibelli
The Street Singer
Patricia Courtley
Leora Dana
Clarence Derwent
The President
One of the Presidents
Sandro Giglio
Dr. Jadin
One of the Press Agents
Harold Grau
The Little Man
An Adolphe Bertaut
Jonathan Harris
The Broker
One of the Presidents
Martin Kosleck
The Deaf Mute
Le Roi Operti
The Baron
One of the Presidents
Barbara Pond
Doris Rich
Mme. Josephine
Madwoman of La Concorde
Ralph Roberts
The Policeman
Richard Sanders
The Sergeant
Alan Shayne
Ralph Smiley
The Waiter
Archie Smith
One of the Press Agents
Gilbert Smith
An Adolphe Bertaut
Vladimir Sokoloff
The Prospector
One of the Prospectors
Sonia Sorel
James Westerfield
The Sewer-Man
One of the Press Agents
Nydia Westman
Mlle. Gabrielle
Madwoman of St. Sulpice
Estelle Winwood
Mme. Constance
Madwoman of Passy
Tony Award®
winner 1949 Best Actress (Dramatic) [winner]
Martita Hunt