PlayComedy FarceOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Jan 20, 1975
Closing Date
Jan 04, 1976
1st Preview
Jan 10, 1975
1st Preview
Jan 10, 1975
Previews
10
Performances
400
PlayComedy FarceOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Longacre Theatre
(Jan 20, 1975 - Jan 04, 1976)

Produced by Adela Holzer
Written by Terrence McNally
Directed by Robert Drivas
Scenic Design by Lawrence King and Michael H. Yeargan; Costume Design by Lawrence King and Michael H. Yeargan; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein; Miss Moreno's hairstyles by Vidal Sassoon
General Manager: Theatre Now, Inc., Edward H. Davis and William Court Cohen; Company Manager: Leo K. Cohen
Production Supervisor: Mitch Miller; Production Stage Manager: Larry Forde; Stage Manager: Steve Beckler
Casting Director: Geoffrey Johnson and Geri Windsor and Associates; General Press Representative: Michael Alpert Public Relations; Press Representative: Marilynn LeVine and Ellen Levene; Advertising: Mike Mones and Blaine-Thompson
Googie Gomez
Carmine Vespucci
Gaetano Proclo
Michael Brick
Tiger
Vivian Proclo
Claude Perkins
Pianist
Policeman
Sheldon Farenthold
Patron in Chaps
Patron from Sheridan Square
Standby: George Dzundza (Gaetano Proclo, Carmine Vespucci) and Vera Lockwood (Vivian Proclo)
Understudies: Bruce Bauer (Michael Brick), Richard Boccelli (Abe), Hortensia Colorado (Googie Gomez), John Remme (Chris, Claude Perkins) and Steve Scott (Tiger, Duff)

Longacre Theatre (Jan 20, 1975 - Jan 04, 1976)

Cast

Googie Gomez
Googie Gomez
Gaetano Proclo
Carmine Vespucci
Chi Chi Navarro
During Rita Moreno's illness
Googie Gomez
Claude Perkins
Michael Brick
Tiger
Vivian Proclo
Policeman
Gaetano Proclo
Policeman
Patron in Chaps
Crisco
Vivian Proclo
Pianist
Maurine
Standby: Michael Egan (Gaetano Proclo, Carmine Vespucci), Arlene Fontana (Googie Gomez) and Linda Scoullar (Vivian Proclo)
Understudies: Michael Beirne (Michael Brick), Valentine Mayer (Patron from Sheridan Square, Patron in Chaps), John Mintun (Chris, Claude Perkins) and Hal Norman (Abe)

Tony Award®

Best Featured Actress in a Play

1975 Winner
Rita Moreno

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Actress in a Play

1975 Nominee
Rita Moreno
 

Outstanding New Play (American)

1975 Nominee
Produced by Adela Holzer
Written by Terrence McNally
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