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Private Lives   

 
Richard Rodgers Theatre , (4/28/2002 - 9/01/2002)
First Preview:Apr 19, 2002 Total Previews:9
Opening Date:Apr 28, 2002   
Closing Date:Sep 01, 2002 Total Performances:127

Category: Play, Comedy, Romantic Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The terrace of a hotel in Deauville, France; Amanda's flat in Paris. Mid-1930s.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; James L. Nederlander: President)
Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, Ira Pittelman, Scott Nederlander, Frederick Zollo, Nicholas Paleologos, Broccoli / Sine, James M. Nederlander, James L. Nederlander, Kevin McCollum, Jeffrey Seller, Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Elliott and Triumph Entertainment Partners Ltd.; Associate Producer: Ginger Montel
Produced in England by Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Elliott, Emanuel Azenberg, Scott Nederlander, Ira Pittelman and James M. Nederlander; Produced in England for Triumph Entertainment Partners Ltd.
Written by Noël Coward; Incidental music by Paddy Cunneen; Featuring "Someday I'll Find You" & "If Love Were All" by Noël Coward
Directed by Howard Davies
Scenic Design by Tim Hatley; Costume Design by Jenny Beavan; Lighting Design by Peter Mumford; Sound Design by John Leonard; Associate Scenic Design: Michael Brown; Associate Costume Design: Emma Williams; Associate Lighting Design: Bobby Harrell
General Manager: Abbie M. Strassler and Jim Brandeberry; Company Manager: Jim Brandeberry
Production Stage Manager: Bonnie Panson; Stage Manager: Fredric H. Orner; Technical Supervisor: Neil A. Mazzella and Brian Lynch
Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Press Representative: Bill Evans & Associates; Fight direction by Terry King; Casting: Binder Casting; Photographer: Joan Marcus
Cast
Lindsay Duncan Amanda Prynne
Alan Rickman Elyot Chase
Emma Fielding Sybil Chase
Adam Godley Victor Prynne
Alex Belcourt Louise
the Maid
Standbys: Carolyn McCormick (Amanda Prynne, Louise) and Don Stephenson (Victor Prynne)
Theatre World
nominee 2002 Award [recipient]
Emma Fielding
nominee 2002 Award [recipient]
Adam Godley
Tony Award®
winner 2002 Best Revival of a Play [winner]
Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, Ira Pittelman, Scott Nederlander, Frederick Zollo, Nicholas Paleologos, Broccoli / Sine, James M. Nederlander, James L. Nederlander, Kevin McCollum, Jeffrey Seller, Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Elliott and Triumph Entertainment Partners Ltd.
 2002 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Alan Rickman
winner 2002 Best Actress in a Play [winner]
Lindsay Duncan
winner 2002 Best Scenic Design [winner]
Tim Hatley
 2002 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Jenny Beavan
 2002 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Howard Davies
Drama Desk Award
winner 2002 Outstanding Revival of a Play [winner]
Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, Ira Pittelman, Scott Nederlander, Frederick Zollo, Nicholas Paleologos, Broccoli / Sine, James M. Nederlander, James L. Nederlander, Kevin McCollum, Jeffrey Seller, Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Elliott and Triumph Entertainment Partners Ltd.
 2002 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee]
Alan Rickman
winner 2002 Outstanding Actress in a Play [winner]
Lindsay Duncan
 2002 Outstanding Director of a Play [nominee]
Directed by Howard Davies
winner 2002 Outstanding Set Design of a Play [winner]
Scenic Design by Tim Hatley
 2002 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Jenny Beavan
 2002 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Peter Mumford