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The Good Soup   

Plymouth Theatre, (3/02/1960 - 3/19/1960)
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Opening Date: Mar 02, 1960    
Closing Date: Mar 19, 1960 Total Performances: 21

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: Monte Carlo, Paris, and its environs. The present and the past.
Comments: Zero Mostel was supposed to star but had an accident on January 13, 1960 and was hospitalized for several months. He was repalced in the show by Jules Munshin.



Production Staff
Produced by David Merrick
Written by Félicien Marceau; Book adapted by Garson Kanin; Based on the original Paris production by André Barsacq
Directed by Garson Kanin and André Barsacq
Scenic Design by Jacques Noel; Costume Design by Jacques Noel; Lighting Design by Albert Alloy; Sets and costumes supervised by William Pitkin
Production Stage Manager: Neil Hartley; Stage Manager: Ben Janney
Press Representative: James D. Proctor and Merle Debuskey
Cast
Lou Antonio
The Shady One
The Third Patron
Lecasse
Bill Becker
The Customer
The Fourth Patron
The House Painter
Ernest
Hilda Brawner
Mauricette
Minouche
Berthe
Diane Cilento
Marie-Paule II
Ruth Gordon
Marie-Paule I
Pat Harrington
The Barman
The Second Tough
George S. Irving
The Doorman
Monsieur Alphonse
Raymond
The Tough
The Other Man
Sam Levene
Odilon
Nicola Lubitsch
Jeannine
Barbara Lou Mattes
The Skater
The Chambermaid
Jules Munshin
The Croupier
John Myhers
The First Patron
Armand
Mildred Natwick
Marie-Paule's Mother
Angele
Armand's Mother
Charles Robinson
Jacquot
Morgan Sterne
Roger
The Second Patron
Mollard
Ernest Truex
Monsieur Gaston
Joseph
Sasha von Scherler
Irma
Madame Desvaux
Dorothy Whitney
Madame Roger
Madame Thonnard