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Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?   

Belasco Theatre , (2/25/1969 - 3/29/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews:19
Opening Date:Feb 25, 1969   
Closing Date:Mar 29, 1969 Total Performances:39

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: A rehabilitation center for juvenille narcotics addicts located on an island in a river bordering on a large industrial city. Present time.

Production Staff
Produced by Philip Rose and Huntington Hartford; Produced in association with Jay Weston
Written by Don Petersen
Directed by Michael Schultz
Scenic Design by Edward Burbridge; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Costume Design by David Toser
Production Stage Manager: Leonard Auerbach; Stage Manager: Nate Barnett
Press Representative: Merle Debuskey, Faith Geer and Violet Welles
Michael Brandon Prince
Bob Christian Deek
Laura Figueroa Marietta
Hal Holbrook Mr. Winters
Lauren Jones Linda
Catita Lord Rita
David Opatoshu Dr. Werner
Al Pacino Bickham
Jose Perez Ponti
Lazaro Perez Tonto
Jon Richards Mr. O'Malley
Roger Robinson Conrad
Kenneth Rosaly Hugo
Bruce Scott Fullendorf
Hector Troy Raul
M. Emmet Walsh Ringo
Sam Watson Lee
Standbys: Mitchell Jason (Dr. Werner, Mr. O'Malley, Ringo), Joe Ponazecki (Mr. Winters) and Hattie Winston (Linda)
Understudies: Nate Barnett (Deek, Hugo, Raul), Michael Brandon (Bickham, Fullendorf), Bob Christian (Conrad), Laura Figueroa (Rita) and Hector Troy (Ponti, Prince)
Theatre World
nominee 1969 Award [recipient]
Lauren Jones
nominee 1969 Award [recipient]
Al Pacino
Tony Award®
winner 1969 Best Featured Actor in a Play [winner]
Al Pacino
 1969 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Lauren Jones
 1969 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Michael Schultz
Drama Desk Award
winner 1969 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Al Pacino
winner 1969 Outstanding Director [winner]
Directed by Michael Schultz