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The Strong Are Lonely   

 
Broadhurst Theatre, (9/29/1953 - 10/03/1953)
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Opening Date: Sep 29, 1953    
Closing Date: Oct 03, 1953 Total Performances: 7

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: The College of the Jesuit Fathers at Buenos Aires in the study of the Father Provincial during a single day, July 16, 1767.



Production Staff
Produced by Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.
Written by Fritz Hochwalder; From the French version of the German version, adapted by Eva Le Gallienne; Incidental music by Lehman Engel
Staged by Margaret Webster
Scenic Design by Rolf Gerard; Costume Design by Rolf Gerard
Stage Manager: Thelma Chandler
Cast
Wesley AddyLadislaus Oros, S.J.
Dion AllenGracia Queseda
Father Claussner, S.J.
Nils AstherAndre Cornelis
Paul BallantyneWilliam Clark, S.J.
Father Procurator
Dehl BertiBarrigua
Indian Chief
Philip BourneufLorenzo Querini
Wyatt CooperSoldier of the Spanish Army
Joseph DooleyFather Reinegg, S.J.
Victor FrancenAlfonso Fernandez, S.J.
Father Provincial of the Society of Jesus in Paraguay
Ernesto GonzalezYoung Indian
Edward GroagCandia
Indian Chief
JunaluskaNaguacu
Indian Chief
Dennis KingDon Pedro de Miura
Robert LudlumSoldier of the Spanish Army
John MarleyJose Bustillos
Earl MontgomeryRochus Lieberman, S.J.
Father Superior
Kermit MurdockCarlos Gervazoni
Bishop of Buenos Aires
Kuruks PahituAcatu
Indian Chief
Ray RizzoFather Torres, S.J.
Frederick RolfCaptain Arago
Officer of the Spanish Army
Martin RudyCaptain Villano
Officer of the Spanish Army
John StraubAlvaro Catalde
TuktuYoung Indian
Stuart VaughanSergeant of the Guard