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The Relapse   
Or, Virtue in Danger

Morosco Theatre , (11/22/1950 - 12/16/1950)
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Opening Date:Nov 22, 1950   
Closing Date:Dec 16, 1950 Total Performances:30

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: 1965. Shortly after the restoration of the monarchy following the puritan era.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helpburn and Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors; Armina Marshall: Associate Director)
Originally produced by The Brattle Theatre Company
Written by Sir John Vanbrugh; Music by Leslie Bridgewater; Lyrics by Clifford Bax
Directed by Cyril Ritchard; Associate Director: Albert Marre; With acknowledgement to Anthony Quayle (Directed the London revival in 1948)
Scenic Design by Robert O'Hearn; Costume Design by Robert O'Hearn
Company Manager: Peter Davis
Production Stage Manager: Miles Morgan; General Stage Manager: Burry Frederick
Conducted by Thomas Philips; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff
Press Representative: Richard Maney and Frank Goodman
Madge Elliott Berinthia
Cousin to Amanda, a widow
Cyril Ritchard Lord Foppington
Newly-created Peer
John Emery Loveless
Husband to Amanda
Ruth Matteson Amanda
Wife to Loveless
Philippa Bevans Nurse
to Miss Hoyden
Thayer David Sir Tunbelly Clumsey
a Country Gentleman
Carl Don Shoemaker
for Lord Foppington
George Drew Mendlegs
a Hosier
Jan Farrand Miss Hoyden
a Great Fortune, Daughter to Sire Tunbelly
Robert Fletcher Young Fashion
Brother to Lord Foppington
Bryant Haliday Lory
Servant to Young Fashion
Jerry Kilty Coupler
a Matchmaker
Albert Marre La Varole
Valet to Lord Foppington
Murray Matheson Worthy
a Gentleman of the Town
Skedge Miller Foretop
Earl Montgomery Syringe
a Surgeon
Chaplain to Sir Tunbelly
Priscilla Morrill Abigail
Maid to Amanda
Kenneth Scott Page
Donald Stevens Taylor
to Lord Foppington
Sir John Friendly
Neighbor to Sire Tunbelly
Monford Trull Tugg
a waterman
Jeanne Tufts Mrs. Calicoe
a Seamstress