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Trafalgar Theatre, (4/17/1979 - 10/27/1979)
First Preview: Apr 07, 1979 Total Previews: 9
Opening Date: Apr 17, 1979    
Closing Date: Oct 27, 1979 Total Performances: 223

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: A hospital in England.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization, Ray Cooney and Mr. Marsh
Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, James M. Nederlander and Ray Cooney; Produced by arrangement with Mermaid Theatre Trust
Written by Brian Clark
Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Scenic Design by Alan Tagg; Costume Design by Pearl Somner; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser
General Manager: Jose Véga; Company Manager: Laurel Ann Wilson
Production Stage Manager: Martin Herzer; Stage Manager: Cathy B. Blaser; Assistant Stage Mgr: Dianne Trulock; Technical Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi
Cover art by Fraver
Press Representative: Bill Evans, Howard Atlee, Claudia McAllister and Jim Baldassare; Production Assistant: Gary Zabinski; Advertising: The Entertainment Group of J. Walter Thompson; Casting: Theatre Now, Inc., Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; Photographer: Martha Swope
For her effort and support, Emanuel Azenberg & Iron Mountain Prods express special thanks to Dasha Epstein
Tom Conti
Broadway debut
Ken Harrison
Jean Marsh
Dr. Scott
Philip Bosco
Dr. Emerson
Veronica Castang
Mrs. Boyle
Richard DeFabees
Andrew Eden
James Higgins
Dr. Barr
Will Hussung
Mr. Justice Millhouse
Damien Leake
Russell Leib
Peter Kershaw
Beverly May
Sister Anderson
Peter McRobbie
Dr. Paul Travers
Pippa Pearthree
Kay Sadler
Kenneth Welsh
Philip Hill
Standby: Richard DeFabees (Ken Harrison)
Understudies: Catherine Gaffigan (Dr. Scott, Mrs. Boyle, Sister Anderson), Edmond Genest (Andrew Eden, Dr. Paul Travers, Peter Kershaw, Philip Hill), James Higgins (Dr. Emerson, Mr. Justice Millhouse), Russell Leib (Dr. Barr) and Dianne Trulock (Kay Sadler)
Tony Award®
1979 Best Play [nominee]
Written by Brian Clark; Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, James M. Nederlander and Ray Cooney
winner 1979 Best Actor in Play [winner]
Tom Conti
1979 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Drama Desk Award
1979 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee]
Tom Conti