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Poor Bitos   

 
Cort Theatre , (11/14/1964 - 11/28/1964)
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Opening Date:Nov 14, 1964   
Closing Date:Nov 28, 1964 Total Performances:17

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: A French provincial town. Ten years after the last war.


Production Staff
Produced by Harold Prince; Produced in association with Michael Codron and Pledon, Ltd.
Written by Jean Anouilh; Translated by Lucienne Hill
Directed by Shirley Butler
Foreign Production Designed by Timothy O'Brien; Costume Design by Donald Brooks; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
Production Stage Manager: Ruth Mitchell
American Production Supervised by Jean Rosenthal; Press Representative: Mary Bryant and Louise Weiner
Cast
C. K. Alexander Vulturne (Mirabeau)
Norman Barrs Phillippe (Jesuit Father)
Gino Conforti Joseph
Kitchen Boy
John Devlin Brassac (Tallien)
Bryant Fraser Robespierre as a Child
Charles D. Gray Maxime (Saint-Just)
Michael Lombard Deschamps (Camille Desmoulins)
Jane Lowry Lila (Marie Antoinette)
Diana Muldaur Victoire (Lucille Desmoulins)
Donald Pleasence Bitos (Robespieere)
Roy Poole Julien (Danton)
Nancy Reardon Amanda (Madame Tallien)
Marco St. John Delanoue (Merda)
Bernie West Charles
Maxime's Butler
Understudies: James Antonio (Delanoue (Merda), Deschamps (Camille Desmoulins), Joseph, Maxime (Saint-Just)), Charles Durning (Brassac (Tallien), Charles, Julien (Danton), Phillippe (Jesuit Father), Vulturne (Mirabeau)) and Dixie Marquis (Amanda (Madame Tallien), Lila (Marie Antoinette), Victoire (Lucille Desmoulins))
Tony Award®
 1965 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Donald Pleasence