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Sweet Bird of Youth   

Harkness Theatre, (12/29/1975 - 2/08/1976)
First Preview: Dec 26, 1975 Total Previews: 3
Opening Date: Dec 29, 1975    
Closing Date: Feb 08, 1976 Total Performances: 48

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Royal Palms Hotel somewhere on the Gulf Coast and the terrace of Boss Finley's house in St. Cloud. Modern, an Easter Sunday, from morning till late at night.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Alvin Cooperman
Produced by Michael Harvey and Harvey Frand; Produced in association with Brooklyn Academy of Music
Originally produced by The Kennedy Center - Xerox Corporation (Roger L. Stevens, Producer; Richmond Crinkley, Producer); Produced by William Gardner for the Academy Festival Theatre
Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Edwin Sherin
Scenic Design by Karl Eigsti; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Costume Design by Laura Crow
General Manager: Jay Kingwill; Company Manager: Albert Poland
Production Stage Manager: Mark Wright; Stage Manager: Andrea Wilson and Dan Hild
General Press Representative: David Powers; Advertising: Great Scott Advertising
Christopher Walken
Chance Wayne
Irene Worth
Princess Kosmonopolis
Richard Babcock
Man in Bar
George Bamford
Christopher Bernau
George Scudder
Pat Corley
Boss Finley
Matthew Cowles
Tom Junior
Cathryn Damon
Miss Lucy
Flloyd Ennis
Alicia Enterline
Baton Twirler
Lanny Flaherty
David Gale
Bunny Kacher
Richard Kuss
Philip Lindsay
Eric Loeb
Susan Logan
Linda Martin
Eugenia Rawls
Aunt Nonnie
Lisa Richards
Heavenly Finney
Frank Rohrbach
Man in Bar
Tom Stechschulte
Understudies: Richard Babcock (Charles, Fly, Hatcher), George Bamford (Bud, Stuff), Christopher Bernau (Chance Wayne), Dan Hild (Man in Bar), Bunny Kacher (Aunt Nonnie, Edna, Miss Lucy, Violet), Richard Kuss (Boss Finley), Eric Loeb (George Scudder, Heckler, Scotty), Susan Logan (Heavenly Finney, Maid) and Tom Stechschulte (Tom Junior)
Tony Award®
winner 1976 Best Actress in a Play [winner]
Irene Worth