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Mister Roberts   

Alvin Theatre , (2/18/1948 - 1/06/1951)
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Opening Date:Feb 18, 1948   
Closing Date:Jan 06, 1951 Total Performances:1157

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: A few weeks before VE Day until a few weeks before VJ Day.
Comments: Layoff from July 15 - August 14, 1950

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Alex. A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley
Produced by Leland Hayward
Written by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan; Based on the novel by Thomas Heggen
Directed by Joshua Logan
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner
General Manager: Herman Bernstein
Production Stage Manager: William Hammerstein; Stage Manager: Elbert Gruver; Assistant Stage Mgr: Len Smith, Jr.
Press Representative: Leo Freedman and June Greenwall; Casting: Maynard Morris; Photographer: John Swope; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Fred Golden
Henry Fonda Lieutenant (jg) Roberts
William Harrigan The Captain
Robert Keith Doc
David Wayne Ensign Pulver
Tiger Andrews Ensemble
Robert Baines Wiley
Fred Barton Gerhart
Joe Bernard Ensemble
Jocelyn Brando Lieutenant Ann Girard
John Campbell Reber
Ellis Eringer Ensemble
Murray Hamilton Shore Patrol Officer
Steven Hill Stefanowski
Marshall Jamison Military Policeman
John Jordan Shore Patrolman
Mikel Kane Ensemble
Bob Keith, Jr. Ensemble
Lee Krieger Schlemmer
John (Red) Kullers Ensemble
Rusty Lane Chief Johnson
Harvey Lembeck Insigna
Karl Lukas Lindstrom
Joe Marr Dowdy
Ralph Meeker Mannion
Walter Mullen Ensemble
Jack Pierce Ensemble
James Sherwood Payne
Len Smith, Jr. Ensemble
Sanders (Sandy) Turner Ensemble
Casey Walters Dolan
Theatre World
nominee 1948 Award [recipient]
Ralph Meeker
Tony Award®
winner 1948 Best Play [winner]
Written by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan; Based on the novel by Thomas Heggen
winner 1948 Best Actor in Play [winner]
Henry Fonda
winner 1948 Best Producer [winner]
Produced by Leland Hayward
winner 1948 Author [winner]
Thomas Heggen
winner 1948 Author [winner]
Joshua Logan
winner 1948 Best Direction [winner]
Joshua Logan