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Morosco Theatre , (11/12/1957 - 6/28/1958)
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Opening Date:Nov 12, 1957   
Closing Date:Jun 28, 1958 Total Performances:248

Category: Play, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A romantic comedy in two acts and five scenes
Setting: The Chateau and Park of the Dutchess of Pont-au-Bronc.


Production Staff [Collapse]
Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; Robert Anderson; Elmer Rice; Roger L. Stevens; John F. Wharton); Produced in association with Milton Sperling
Written by Jean Anouilh; English version by Patricia Moyes; Incidental music by Vernon Duke; Lyrics and Orchestrations by: Vernon Duke
Staged by Albert Marre
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Feder; Assistant to Mr. Smith: Robert O'Hearn; Assistant to Mr. White: Florence Klotz
General Manager: Victor Samrock; Company Manager: Ben Rosenberg
Production Stage Manager: George Hamlin; Stage Manager: Robert Fitzsimmons; Assistant Stage Mgr: E. W. Swackhamer; Production Assistant: Edward H. Davis
Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek; Pianist: Edmund Horn
Production Associate: George Hamlin; Press Representative: William Fields; Press Associate: Walter Alford and Reginald Denenholz; Press Assistant: Mae Lyons; Assistant to the Director: Todd Bolender
Cast
Richard Burton Prince Albert
Helen Hayes The Duchess of Pont-Au-Bronc
Susan Strasberg Amanda
A milliner
Glenn Anders Lord Hector
Sig Arno Ferdinand
A head waiter
Emil Borsody The Cellist
George Ebeling The Taxi Driver
Truman Gaige Germain
A ghilly
Stanley Grover The Singer
Edmund Horn The Pianist
George Landolf Footmen and Waiters
Seymour Miroff The Violinist
Le Roi Operti The Ice Cream Man
Frederick Rolf Theophilus
A butler
Fred Starbuck Footmen and Waiters
E. W. Swackhamer Footmen and Waiters
Frederic Warriner The Landlord
Tony Award®
 1958 Best Play [nominee]
Written by Jean Anouilh; English version by Patricia Moyes; Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson; Robert Anderson; Elmer Rice; Roger L. Stevens; John F. Wharton); Produced in association with Milton Sperling
 1958 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Richard Burton
winner 1958 Best Actress in a Play [winner]
Helen Hayes
 1958 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Sig Arno
 1958 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
Oliver Smith
 1958 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Miles White