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Les Fausses Confidences / Baptiste   

 

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Ziegfeld Theatre , (11/12/1952 - 12/20/1952)
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Opening Date:Nov 12, 1952   
Closing Date:Dec 20, 1952 Total Performances:13

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Comments: Performed in French


Les Fausses Confidences

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Billy Rose
Produced by S. Hurok; Produced by arrangement with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the French Government; Under the auspices of the Association Française d'Action Artistique
Written by Marivaux
Directed by Jean-Louis Barrault
Scenic Design by Maurice Brianchon; Costume Design by Maurice Brianchon; Madeleine Renaud's coiffure by Caroline Reboux; Madeleine Renaud's gowns by Christian Dior; Simone Valère's gowns by Manguin; Marie-Hélène Dasté's gowns by Worth; Marie-Hélène Dasté's coiffure by Claude Saint-Cyr
Administrator for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: C. Leonard; Company Manager: Edward Haas
Stage Manager for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: Roger Guttin; Production Stage Manager: Carmen Capalbo
General Press Representative: Martin Feinstein; Scenic Consultant: Wolfgang Roth
Cast
Jean-Louis Barrault DuBois
Madeleine Renaud Araminte
Pierre Bertin M. Remi
Jean-François Calvé L'Orfevre
Marie-Hélène Dasté Madame Argante
Jean Desailly Dorante
Jacques Galland Le Valet
Jean-Pierre Granval Arlequin
Régis Outin Le Comte
Simone Valère Marton

Baptiste

Category: Play, Pantomime, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Billy Rose
Produced by S. Hurok; Produced by arrangement with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the French Government; Under the auspices of Association Française d'Action Artistique
Incidental music by Kosma; Musical Director: Pierre Boulez; Inspired by the famous mime "The Old Clothes Man" played by Debureau
Conceived by Jacques Prévert; Choreographed by Jean-Louis Barrault
Production Design by Mayo; Madeleine Renaud's coiffure by Caroline Reboux; Madeleine Renaud's gowns by Christian Dior; Simone Valère's gowns by Manguin; Elina Labourdette's gowns by Jacques Fath; Elina Labourdette's coiffure by Jacques Fath
Administrator for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: C. Leonard; Company Manager: Edward Haas
Stage Manager for Compagnie Madeleine Renaud / Jean-Louis Barrault: Roger Guttin; Production Stage Manager: Carmen Capalbo
General Press Representative: Martin Feinstein; Scenic Consultant: Wolfgang Roth
Cast
Jean-Louis Barrault Baptiste
Madeleine Renaud La Statue
Beauchamp Le Marchand D'Habits
Jean-François Calvé L'Invite
Anne Carrère L'Invitee
Jean Desailly Le Chanteur
Jacques Galland Le Laquais
Jean-Pierre Granval Le Bijoutier
L'Invite
Jean Juillard Le Gardien de Square
L'Invite
Elina Labourdette La Petite Fille
L'Invitee
Serge Perrault Arlequin
Madeleine Renaud La Duchesse
Pierre Sonnier Le Laquais
Simone Valère La Lavandiere
L'Invitee