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Darkness at Noon   

Alvin Theatre , (1/13/1951 - 3/24/1951)
Royale Theatre , (3/26/1951 - 6/23/1951)
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Opening Date:Jan 13, 1951   
Closing Date:Jun 23, 1951 Total Performances:186

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: A prison. 1937.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Herman Bernstein
Produced by The Playwrights' Company; Associate Producer: May Kirshner
Written by Sidney Kingsley; Based on the novel by Arthur Koestler; "Moscow" composed by Dan and Dm. Pokras
Directed by Sidney Kingsley
Scenic Design by Frederick Fox; Lighting Design by Frederick Fox; Costume Design by Kenn Barr; Assistant to Mr. Fox: Margery Quitzau
General Manager: Warren P. Munsell; Company Manager: Warren P. Munsell, Jr.
Production Stage Manager: David Gray, Jr.; Stage Manager: William McFadden; Assistant Stage Mgr: Norman Roland
"Moscow" used with the speical permission of Edward B. Marks Music Corporation
Press Representative: William Fields, Walter Alford and Arthur Cantor
Claude Rains Rubashov
Kim Hunter Luba
Walter J. Palance Gletkin
Tony Ancona Barkeeper
Geoffrey Barr Andre
Henry Beckman Pablo
Philip Coolidge 402
Robert Crozier Hrutsch
Maurice Gosfield President
Johnson Hayes 2nd Storm Trooper
Virginia Howard Young Girl
Robert Keith, Jr. Guard
Will Kuluva Luigi
Adams MacDonald 1st Storm Trooper
Lois Nettleton Secretary
Daniel Polis Albert
Herbert Ratner Richard
Allan Rich 202
Norman Roland Bogrov
Alexander Scourby Ivanoff
Richard Seff 302
Theatre World
nominee 1951 Award [recipient]
Walter J. Palance
Tony Award®
winner 1951 Best Actor in Play [winner]
Claude Rains