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Morosco Theatre , (2/10/1949 - 11/18/1950)
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Opening Date:Feb 10, 1949   
Closing Date:Nov 18, 1950 Total Performances:742

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: Willy Loman's house and yard, and various places in New York City and Boston. The late 1940's.


Production Staff
Theatre Operated by City Playhouses, Inc. (Louis A. Lotito, President)
Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Walter Fried
Written by Arthur Miller; Incidental music by Alex North
Staged by Elia Kazan
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Julia Sze; Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey
General Manager: Max Allentuck
Stage Manager: Leonard Patrick; Assistant Stage Mgr: James Gregory; Production Stage Manager: Del Hughes
Music Contractor: Joseph Haber; Trumpet: William Brooks; Clarinet: Louis Klein; Cello: Abe Kessler; Flute: Victor Harris
Press Representative: James D. Proctor; Assistant Press Representative: Anne Sloper; Assistant to the Director: Robert Simon; Production Assistant: Ethel Winant
Cast
Lee J. Cobb Willy Loman
Thomas Chalmers Uncle Ben
Mildred Dunnock Linda
Alan Hewitt Howard Wagner
Arthur Kennedy Biff
Cameron Mitchell Happy
Howard Smith Charley
Hope Cameron Letta
Winifred Cushing The Woman
Ann Driscoll Secretary
Constance Ford Miss Forsythe
Don Keefer Bernard
Tom Pedi Stanley
Tony Award®
winner 1949 Best Play [winner]
Written by Arthur Miller
winner 1949 Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic) [winner]
Performer: Arthur Kennedy
winner 1949 Best Scenic Design [winner]
Jo Mielziner
winner 1949 Producer (Dramatic) [winner]
Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and Walter Fried
winner 1949 Author [winner]
Arthur Miller
winner 1949 Best Director [winner]
Staged by Elia Kazan
Pulitzer Prize
winner 1949 for Drama [winner]
Written by Arthur Miller
Theatre World
nominee 1949 Award [recipient]
Cameron Mitchell