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Scapino   

Circle in the Square Theatre, (5/18/1974 - 8/31/1974)
First Preview: May 14, 1974 Total Previews: 6
Opening Date: May 18, 1974    
Closing Date: Aug 31, 1974 Total Performances: 121

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Naples


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Circle in the Square (under the direction of Theodore Mann and Paul Libin)
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Paul Libin: Managing Director)
Originally produced by The Young Vic (Frank Dunlop: Director)
Adapted from the 1671 Commedia dell'Arte play "Les Fourberies de Scapin" by Molière; Book adapted by Jim Dale and Frank Dunlop; Incidental music by Jim Dale
Directed by Frank Dunlop
Scenic Design by Carl Toms; Costume Design by Carl Toms; Lighting Design by David Watson
Company Manager: William Conn
Production Stage Manager: Lawrence Spiegel; Stage Manager: Gordon Monsen
Circle in the Square General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Don Josephson
Cast
Jim Dale
Scapino
servant of Geronte
Jenny Austen
Waitress
Paul Brooke
Geronte
Alan Coates
Waiter
George Connolly
Waiter
Christopher Hastings
Ottavio
son of Argante
Hugh Hastings
Headwaiter
Jeremy James-Taylor
Leandro
son of Geronte
Raymond Platt
Carlo
Gavin Reed
Sylvestro
servant of Argante, friend to Scapino
Cleo Sylvestre
Zerbinetta
a gypsy, beloved of Leandro
Lotti Taylor
Nurse
Ian Trigger
Argante
Tammy Ustinov
Giacinta
Tony Award®
1975 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Jim Dale
1975 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Frank Dunlop
Drama Desk Award
winner 1974 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Jim Dale
winner 1974 Outstanding Director [winner]
Directed by Frank Dunlop