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This production was composed of the following shows:

Cort Theatre , (4/07/1969 - 4/12/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews:12
Opening Date:Apr 07, 1969   
Closing Date:Apr 12, 1969 Total Performances:8

Category: Play, Comedy, One Act, Original, Broadway
Setting: November 12, 1918, the day after the Armistice ending WWI was signed.


Cop-Out

Category: Play, Comedy, One Act, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Norman Twain; Produced in association with Albert I. Fill
Written by John Guare; Original Songs by John Guare; Music arranged by Margaret Singer
Directed by Melvin Bernhardt
Lighting Design by John Gleason; Costume Design by Fred Voelpel; Scenic Design by Fred Voelpel; Environmental Sound: James Reichert
General Manager: Sherman Gross
Production Stage Manager: Nelle Nugent; Stage Manager: Eugene Stuckmann
General Press Representative: Frank Goodman; Press Representative: Ruth Cage; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson
Cast
Linda Lavin
Ron Leibman
Understudies: Barbara Gilbert and Charles Kimbrough

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Category: Play, One Act, Original, Broadway
Setting: November 12, 1918, the day after the Armistice ending WWI was signed.

Production Staff
Produced by Norman Twain; Produced in association with Albert I. Fill
Written by John Guare
Directed by Melvin Bernhardt
Scenic Design by Fred Voelpel; Costume Design by Fred Voelpel; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Environmental sound by James Reichert
Production Stage Manager: Nelle Nugent; Stage Manager: Eugene Stuckmann
Cast
George Bartenieff Mr. Catchpole
MacIntyre Dixon Peter Smith
Charles Kimbrough Rudy Smythe
Carrie Nye Margaret Ross-Hughes
April Shawhan Nell Schmidt
Understudy: Eugene Stuckmann (Mr. Catchpole, Peter Smith)
music by John Guare; lyrics by John Guare
Whodunit, My Love