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Mrs. McThing   
A comic fantasy

Martin Beck Theatre , (2/20/1952 - 3/22/1952)
Morosco Theatre , (3/25/1952 - 11/01/1952)
48th Street Theatre , (11/03/1952 - 1/10/1953)
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Opening Date:Feb 20, 1952   
Closing Date:Jan 10, 1953 Total Performances:320

Category: Play, Comedy, Fantasy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Morning Room, Larue Towers. The Shantyland Pool Hall Lunchroom.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Martin Beck Estate
Produced by ANTA (Robert Whitehead, Managing Director)
Written by Mary Chase; Background music (played on the Theremin) by Mischa Tulin
Directed by Joseph Buloff
Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard; Scenic Design by Lester Polakov; Lighting Design by Lester Polakov
General Manager: Oscar E. Olesen; Company Manager: Harold Kusell; General Manager of ANTA Playhouse Play Series: Walter Fried; Assistant Managing Director of ANTA Playhouse Play Series: Lewis Allen; General Manager for the Martin Beck Theatre: Louis A. Lotito
Stage Manager: Frederick de Wilde; Technical Director: Paul Morrison; Assistant Stage Mgr: Al Saxe and Robert Sagalyn
Press Representative: Barry Hyams; Associate Press Representative: Martin Shwartz; Special Promotion: Alice Venezky
Helen Hayes Mrs. Howard V. Larue III
Brandon de Wilde Boy
Jules Munshin Poison Eddie Schellenbach
Minnette Barrett Mrs. Schellenbach
Ernest Borgnine Nelson
Ann Buckles Fairy
Solen Burry First Policeman
Mildred Chandler Grace Lewis
Irwin Corey Dirty Joe
Marga Ann Deighton Maude Lewis
Elsa Freed Crone
Fred Gwynne Stinker
William Lanteau Waiter
Enid Markey Evva Lewis
Mary Michael Carrie
Lydia Reed Mimi
Robert Sagalyn Second Policeman
Paula Trueman Sybil
Iggie Wolfington Chef
Understudy: Solen Burry (Dirty Joe, Poison Eddie Schellenbach)