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This production played in repertory with Caesar and Cleopatra
Ziegfeld Theatre , (12/20/1951 - 4/13/1952)
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Opening Date:Dec 20, 1951   
Closing Date:Apr 13, 1952 Total Performances:66

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Egypt, Italy, Syria, Greece.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Billy Rose
Produced by Gilbert Miller; Produced in association with Laurence Olivier Productions, Ltd.
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Herbert Menges; Musical Director: Jacques Singer
Directed by Michael Benthall
Scenic Design by Roger Furse; Costume Design by Audrey Cruddas
General Manager: Morton Gottlieb; Company Manager: Ben Boyar
Production Manager: David Kentish; Stage Director: Rosemary Hill; Stage Manager: Anthony Pelly and Terence Owen; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jessie Barclay
Orchestra Manager: Morris Stonzek
Swordplay by Clement McCallin
Vivien Leigh Cleopatra
Queen of Egypt
Laurence Olivier Antony
Ronald Adam Agrippa
a soldier of Caesar
Harry Andrews Enobarbus
friend to Antony
Jessie Barclay Attendant to Cleopatra
Timothy Bateson Clown
Robert Beaumont Diomedes
a soothsayer
Katharine Blake Charmian
attendant on Cleopatra
Lyndon Brook Eros
a soldier to Antony
Jan Carew Attendant to Cleopatra
Noel Coleman Soldier
Dan Cunningham Dolabella
a soldier of Caesar
John Dearth Soldier
Attendant to Cleopatra
John Dunbar Sentry to Antony
Max Gardiner Menas
friend to Pompey
Renee Goddard Attendant to Cleopatra
Cy Grant Nubian Messenger
Attendant to Cleopatra
David Greene Philo Canidius
a soldier of Antony
Robert Helpmann Octavius Caesar
Winnifred Hill Attendant to Cleopatra
Paul Homer Sentry to Antony
Oliver Hunter Soldier of Caesar
Sentry to Caesar
Wilfred Hyde-White Lepidus
Harold Kasket Mardian
a eunuch, attendant on Cleopatra
Colin Kemball Soldier
Elizabeth Kentish Octavia
sister to Caesar and wife to Antony
Niall MacGinnis Pompey
a pirate
Alec McCowen Messenger
Sentry to Antony
Jack Melford Maecenas
Teresa Moore Attendant to Cleopatra
Pat Nye Attendant on Octavia
David Orr Soldier
Terence Owen Attendant to Cleopatra
Anthony Pelly Old Soldier
Sentry to Antony
Donald Pleasence Lemprius Euphronius
a soothsayer
Edmund Purdom Thyreus
a soldier of Caesar
Mairhi Russell Iras
attendant on Cleopatra
Patrick Troughton Scarus Dercetas
a soldier of Antony
Jill Welchman Attendant to Cleopatra
Clifford Williams Sentry to Caesar
Attendant to Cleopatra