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Incident at Vichy   

 
This production played in repertory with After The Fall, The Changeling, Tartuffe

ANTA Washington Square Theatre, (12/03/1964 - 5/07/1965)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 03, 1964    
Closing Date: May 07, 1965 Total Performances: 99

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: September 1942. A detention room in Vichy, France.



Production Staff
Theatre operated for ANTA by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Robert Whitehead and Elia Kazan); Executive Consultant: Harold Clurman
Written by Arthur Miller; Musical Director: David Amram
Directed by Harold Clurman; Assistant Director: Hugh Southern
Production Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
General Manager: Stanley Gilkey; Assistant Manager: James Walsh
Assistant Stage Mgr: Patricia Fay
Press Representative: Barry Hyams; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Cast
Stanley BeckBayard
an Electrician
C. Thomas BlackwellPolice Guard
James DukasSecond Detective
Pierre EpsteinPrisoner
James GreenePolice Captain
Hal HolbrookA Major
Graham JarvisFerrand
a Cafe Proprietor
Clinton KimbroughProfessor Hoffman
Will LeeOld Jew
Ira LewisA Boy
Tony Lo BiancoPrisoner
Paul MannMarchand
a Businessman
Stephen PetersPrisoner
Alek PrimroseFirst Detective
Harold ScottGypsy
David J. StewartMonceau
an Actor
Michael StrongLeBeau
a Painter
John VariPrisoner
Jack WaltzerA Waiter
David WayneVon Berg
a Prince
Joseph WisemanLeDuc
a Doctor
Understudies: Daniel Ades, James Dukas, Pierre Epstein, Tony Lo Bianco, Stephen Peters, Alek Primrose and John Vari