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54th Street Theatre, (2/16/1960 - 3/19/1960)
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Opening Date: Feb 16, 1960    
Closing Date: Mar 19, 1960 Total Performances: 38

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: The Imperial Palace; a room in Cherea's house.

Production Staff
Produced by Chandler Cowles, Charles Bowden and Ridgely Bullock
Written by Albert Camus; Book adapted by Justin O'Brien; Incidental music by David Amram
Directed by Sidney Lumet
Scenic Design by Will Steven Armstrong; Costume Design by Will Steven Armstrong; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
Production Stage Manager: Richard Evans; Stage Manager: Richard Casey
Press Representative: Frank Goodman, Ben Washer and Ruth Cage
Henri Leon BakerSlave
Marion BakerWife
Michael BaseleonSlave
Matt BennettSoldier
Edward BinnsHelicon
Gordon BlackmonSoldier
Sorrell BookeDarling
Philip BourneufCherae
Paul Cambeilh1st Poet
Roger C. Carmel3rd Poet
Cliff CarnellSoldier
Edgar DanielsLucius
Clifford DavidScipio
Colleen DewhurstCaesonia
Harrison DowdMereia
Bill FletcherSoldier
Francesca FontaineWife
Gene Gregory6th Poet
Kenneth HaighCaligula
Barbara HallWife
Wyley HancockPatrician
Dal Jenkins5th Poet
Al KavanaghPatrician
Sandra KazanMucius' Wife
Frank KoomanSoldier
Al LeberfeldPatrician
Ralph Lee2nd Poet
Grant MichaelsSoldier
T.J. MurphySoldier
Ralph NewmanSlave
James O'RearCassius
Gene PellegriniGuard
Garth PillsburySlave
John RamondettaMetullus
Nick SavianPatrician
Victor ThorleyMucius
Frederic TozereOctavius
John TyranosSoldier
Frederic WarrinerMajor Domo
John Wynne-Evans4th Poet
Tony Award®
 1960 Best Scenic Design (Play) [nominee] 
 Scenic Design by Will Steven Armstrong