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The Great God Brown   

This production played in repertory with Don Juan

Lyceum Theatre, (12/10/1972 - 1/14/1973)
First Preview: Dec 05, 1972 Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: Dec 10, 1972    
Closing Date: Jan 14, 1973 Total Performances: 19

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in a prologue, four acts, and an epilogue
Setting: The Pier of the Casino; Magaret Anthony's apartment; William A. Brown's office and home; Cybel's parlor

Production Staff
Produced by New Phoenix Repertory Co. (T. Edward Hambleton, Michael Montel: managing directors; Harold Prince, Stephen Porter: artistic directors)
Written by Eugene O'Neill
Directed by Harold Prince; Assistant Director: Ruth Mitchell
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Carolyn Parker; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser; Mask Design by Carolyn Parker
Production Stage Manager: Daniel Freudenberger and Anne Sullivan
Press Representative: Dan Langan
Clyde Burton
Younger Draftsman
David Dukes
Peter Friedman
Bonnie Gallup
Mrs. Brown
John Glover
William A. Brown
James Greene
Mr. Anthony
Paul Hecht
Mr. Brown
Katherine Helmond
Curt Karibalis
John McMartin
Dion Anthony
Bill Moor
Older Draftsman
Charlotte Moore
Mrs. Anthony
Robert Phelps
Older Son
Marilyn Sokol
Thomas A. Stewart
Younger Son
Ellen Tovatt
Understudies: Clyde Burton (Dion Anthony), David Dukes (William A. Brown), Bonnie Gallup (Cybel), Robert Ginty (Younger Draftsman), Bill Moor (Mr. Anthony, Mr. Brown), Charlotte Moore (Margaret) and Ellen Tovatt (Mrs. Anthony, Mrs. Brown)
Tony Award®
1973 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Katherine Helmond
Drama Desk Award
winner 1973 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: John McMartin and John Glover
winner 1973 Outstanding Director [winner]
Directed by Harold Prince