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A Loss of Roses   

 
Eugene O'Neill Theatre, (11/28/1959 - 12/19/1959)
First Preview: Nov 28, 1959 Total Previews: 2
Opening Date: Nov 28, 1959    
Closing Date: Dec 19, 1959 Total Performances: 25

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: The modest bungalow of Mrs. Helen Baird in a small town outside of Kansas City, 1933.



Production Staff
Managing Director for the Eugene O'Neill Theatre: Lester Osterman
Produced by Arnold Saint-Subber and Lester Osterman
Written by William Inge; Music Edited by Robert Emmett Dolan
Directed by Daniel Mann
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard; Lighting Design by Abe Feder; Assistant to Boris Aronson Lisa Jalowetz; Assistant to Boris Aronson: Ming Cho Lee; Assistant Designer to Lucinda Ballard: Florence Klotz
General Manager: C. Edwin Knill
Production Stage Manager: Burry Fredrik; Production Manager for Saint Suber: Selma Tamber; Production Manager for Lester Osterman: Ruth Popiel; Stage Manager: Frank Callender; Assistant Stage Mgr: Dennis Cooney
Casting: Louis Criss; Advertising: Ingram Ash; Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson, David Powers, Ted Goldsmith and Bud Westman
Cast
Betty FieldMrs. Helen Baird
Carol HaneyLila Green
Warren BeattyKenny
Mrs. Helen Baird's son
Robert WebberRicky Powers
Margaret BraidwoodMme. Olga St. Valentine
Joan MorganMrs. Mulvany
James O'RearRonny Cavendish
Michael J. PollardGeoffrey Beamis
"Jelly"
Understudies: Dennis Cooney (Geoffrey Beamis, Kenny), Anne Hegira (Mme. Olga St. Valentine, Mrs. Helen Baird), Athan Karras (Ricky Powers, Ronny Cavendish) and Joan Morgan (Lila Green)
Theatre World
winner 1960 Award [recipient] 
  Warren Beatty
Tony Award®
 1960 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee] 
  Warren Beatty