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Les Fausses Confidences / Baptiste   

This production was composed of the following shows:

Ziegfeld Theatre, (11/12/1952 - 12/20/1952)
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Opening Date: Nov 12, 1952    
Closing Date: Dec 20, 1952 Total Performances: 13

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Comments: Performed in French



Les Fausses Confidences

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Billy Rose
Produced by S. Hurok; Produced by arrangement with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the French Government; Under the auspices of the Association Française d'Action Artistique
Written by Marivaux
Directed by Jean-Louis Barrault
Scenic Design by Maurice Brianchon; Costume Design by Maurice Brianchon; Madeleine Renaud's coiffure by Caroline Reboux; Madeleine Renaud's gowns by Christian Dior; Simone Valère's gowns by Manguin; Marie-Hélène Dasté's gowns by Worth; Marie-Hélène Dasté's coiffure by Claude Saint-Cyr
Administrator for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: C. Leonard; Company Manager: Edward Haas
Stage Manager for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: Roger Guttin; Production Stage Manager: Carmen Capalbo
General Press Representative: Martin Feinstein; Scenic Consultant: Wolfgang Roth
Cast
Jean-Louis Barrault
DuBois
Madeleine Renaud
Araminte
Pierre Bertin
M. Remi
Jean-François Calvé
L'Orfevre
Marie-Hélène Dasté
Madame Argante
Jean Desailly
Dorante
Jacques Galland
Le Valet
Jean-Pierre Granval
Arlequin
RĂ©gis Outin
Le Comte
Simone Valère
Marton

Baptiste

Category: Play, Pantomime, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Billy Rose
Produced by S. Hurok; Produced by arrangement with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the French Government; Under the auspices of Association Française d'Action Artistique
Incidental music by Kosma; Musical Director: Pierre Boulez; Inspired by the famous mime "The Old Clothes Man" played by Debureau
Conceived by Jacques Prévert; Choreographed by Jean-Louis Barrault
Production Design by Mayo; Madeleine Renaud's coiffure by Caroline Reboux; Madeleine Renaud's gowns by Christian Dior; Simone Valère's gowns by Manguin; Elina Labourdette's gowns by Jacques Fath; Elina Labourdette's coiffure by Jacques Fath
Administrator for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: C. Leonard; Company Manager: Edward Haas
Stage Manager for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: Roger Guttin; Production Stage Manager: Carmen Capalbo
General Press Representative: Martin Feinstein; Scenic Consultant: Wolfgang Roth
Cast
Jean-Louis Barrault
Baptiste
Madeleine Renaud
La Statue
La Duchesse
Beauchamp
Le Marchand D'Habits
Jean-François Calvé
L'Invite
Anne Carrère
L'Invitee
Jean Desailly
Le Chanteur
Jacques Galland
Le Laquais
Jean-Pierre Granval
Le Bijoutier
L'Invite
Jean Juillard
Le Gardien de Square
L'Invite
Elina Labourdette
La Petite Fille
L'Invitee
Serge Perrault
Arlequin
Pierre Sonnier
Le Laquais
Simone Valère
La Lavandiere
L'Invitee