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Brooks Atkinson Theatre, (11/11/1990 - 4/07/1991)
First Preview: Nov 02, 1990 Total Previews: 11
Opening Date: Nov 11, 1990    
Closing Date: Apr 07, 1991 Total Performances: 169

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Oxford in the 1950s.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; Robert E. Nederlander: President; Arthur Rubin: Vice-President)
Produced by Elliot Martin, James M. Nederlander, Brian Eastman, Terry Allen Kramer and Roger L. Stevens; Produced by arrangement with Brian Eastman, The Plymouth Theatre Royal and Armada Productions Limited
Written by William Nicholson
Directed by Elijah Moshinsky
Scenic Design by Mark Thompson; Costume Design by Mark Thompson; Lighting Design by John Michael Deegan; Hair Design by David Lawrence
General Manager: Ralph Roseman
Production Stage Manager: Elliott Woodruff; Stage Manager: Wally Peterson
Casting: Marjorie Martin; General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates; Advertising: LeDonne & Wilner; Photographer: Martha Swope
Jane Alexander
Joy Davidman
Nigel Hawthorne
C.S. Lewis
Michael Allinson
Major W.H. Lewis ( "Warnie")
Robin Chadwick
Rev. Harry Harrington
Edmund C. Davys
Alan Gregg
Jonathan Gold
Mary Layne
Lance Robinson
Hugh A. Rose
Dr. Oakley
Paul Sparer
Christopher Riley
Standby: Michael Allinson (C.S. Lewis)
Understudies: Edmund C. Davys (Christopher Riley), Mary Layne (Joy Davidman), Hugh A. Rose (Alan Gregg, Doctor, Rev. Harry Harrington), Jennifer Sternberg (Nurse, Registrar) and Ian Sullivan (Dr. Oakley, Major W.H. Lewis ( "Warnie"), Priest, Waiter)
Tony Award®
1991 Best Play [nominee]
Written by William Nicholson; Produced by Elliot Martin, James M. Nederlander, Brian Eastman, Terry Allen Kramer and Roger L. Stevens
winner 1991 Best Actor in Play [winner]
Nigel Hawthorne