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Music Box Theatre, (1/10/1962 - 3/10/1962)
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Opening Date: Jan 10, 1962    
Closing Date: Mar 10, 1962 Total Performances: 69

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The villa of the Emperor Romulus at Tivoli, near Rome; March, 476 A.D.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Irving Berlin and J. J. Shubert
Produced by Roger L. Stevens; Produced in association with Henry Guettel; Associate Producer: Lyn Austin and Victor Samrock
Written by Friedrich Duerrenmatt; Book adapted by Gore Vidal
Directed by Joseph Anthony
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark; Assistant Costume Design: Florence Klotz
Company Manager: Morton Gottlieb
Production Stage Manager: Leonard Patrick; Stage Manager: Michael Sinclair; Production Assistant: Michael Mabry; Assistant Stage Mgr: Harvey Vincent
General Press Representative: Samuel Lurie; Press Representative: Shirley Herz; Casting: Terry Fay
Cyril RitchardRomulus
Howard Da SilvaOttaker
Cathleen NesbittJulia
Russell CollinsAchilles
Francis ComptonPyramus
Drew ElliotOther Gothic Soldier
George S. IrvingMetellus
Graham JarvisApollonius
William LeMassenaTullius
Allan MillerFirst Gothic Soldier
Earl MontgomeryZeno
James OlsonTitus
Michael O'ReillyOther Gothic Soldier
Suzanne OsborneRea
Jim OysterOther Gothic Soldier
Edwin SherinTheodoric
Fred StewartOtto Rupf
Dolph SweetChef
Second Gothic Soldier
Ted Van GriethuysenAemilian
Harvey VincentOther Gothic Soldier
Understudies: William LeMassena (Romulus), Ruth Maynard (Julia), Edwin Sherin (Aemilian), Marcia Stillman (Rea) and Dolph Sweet (Apollonius, Metellus, Ottaker, Otto Rupf)