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The Affair   

Henry Miller's Theatre , (9/20/1962 - 12/29/1962)
First Preview:Sep 19, 1962 Total Previews:2
Opening Date:Sep 20, 1962   
Closing Date:Dec 29, 1962 Total Performances:116

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Cambridge College, Sir Lewis Eliot's flat in London, Martin Eliot's rooms in College, and a bedroom in Romsey Town, Cambridge.

Production Staff
Produced by Bonard Productions and Henry Sherek
Written by Ronald Millar; Based on the novel by C. P. Snow
Directed by John Fernald
Scenic Design by Eldon Elder; Costume Design by Ramse Mostoller; Lighting Design by Eldon Elder
Production Stage Manager: Martin Fried; Stage Manager: Warren Crane and Mitchell Erickson
Rehearsal Assistant: Ellen Samrock; General Press Representative: Dorothy Ross
Edward Atienza M. H. L. Gay, M.A., F.B.A., Hon. Litt.D.
Senior Fellow
Keith Baxter Donald Howard, Ph.D.
Francis Compton G.H. Winslow, M.A.
Edgar Daniels Arthur Brown, M.A.
Senior Tutor
C. Stafford Dickens Newby
the College porter
Mitchell Erickson Club Steward
J.S. Good Lester Ince, M.A.
Lecturer in Music
Christopher Hewett Tom Orbell, M.A.
Lecturer in History
Elizabeth Hubbard
Broadway debut
Margaret Eliot
Geoffrey Lumsden Sir Francis Getliffe, C.B.E., Sc.D., F.R.S.
Professor of Physics
Kenneth Mars Martin Eliot, Ph.D.
Lecturer in Physics
Brewster Mason Sir Lewis Eliot, K.B.E., M.A.
Donald Moffat Julian Skeffington, Sc.D.
Demonstrator in Physics
Kynaston Reeves Thomas Crawford, Sc.D., F.R.S.
Brenda Vaccaro Laura Howard
Patrick Waddington Alec Nightingale, Sc.D.
Paxton Whitehead Gilbert Dawson-Hill, M.A., Q.C.
Understudies: C. Stafford Dickens (G.H. Winslow, M.A., M. H. L. Gay, M.A., F.B.A., Hon. Litt.D.), J.S. Good (Donald Howard, Ph.D., Julian Skeffington, Sc.D.), Kenneth Mars (Sir Lewis Eliot, K.B.E., M.A.) and Sloane Shelton (Laura Howard, Margaret Eliot)