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Gorey Stories    An Entertainment with Music

Booth Theatre, (10/30/1978 - 10/30/1978)
First Preview: Oct 17, 1978 Total Previews: 16
Opening Date: Oct 30, 1978    
Closing Date: Oct 30, 1978 Total Performances: 1

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Setting: Lady Celia's drawing room. The summer house.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Terry Allen Kramer, Harry Rigby, Hale Matthews and John Wulp
Originally presented by the WPA Theatre (Howard Ashman, Artistic Director; Kyle Renick, Managing Director)
Written by Edward Gorey; Book adapted by Stephen Currens; Music by David Aldrich; Lyrics by David Aldrich; Music orchestrated by David Aldrich; Musical Director: Martin Silvestri
Directed by Tony Tanner
Production Design by Edward Gorey; Lighting Design by Roger Morgan
General Manager: Jack Schlissel and Jay Kingwill; Company Manager: Alan Wasser
Production Stage Manager: Franklin Keysar; Assistant Stage Mgr: Beth Prevor
Assistant Conductor: Jeffrey Waxman
Scenery Supervised by Lynn Pecktal; Costumes Supervised by David Murin; General Press Representative: Henry Luhrman Associates; Press Representative: Anne Obert Weinberg and Terry M. Lilly; Photographer: Martha Swope; Advertising: Regis Albrecht and J. Walter Thompson; Furs by Ben Kahn Furs
Gemze de Lappe
a maid
Tobias Haller
Little Henry
a child
Julie Kurnitz
Lady Celia
the hostess
Susan Marchand
Ortenzia Caviglia
a singer
Dennis McGovern
Jasper Ankle
an opera freak
John Michalski
a beautiful young man
Leon Shaw
C. F. Earbrass
an author
June Squibb
Mary Rosemarsh
a spinster
Sel Vitella
a butler
Understudies: Meg Bussert (Mona, Ortenzia Caviglia), C.A. Hutton (C. F. Earbrass, Hamish, Harold), Rose Roffman (Lady Celia, Mary Rosemarsh) and Bill Stratton (Jasper Ankle, Little Henry)