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Martin Beck Theatre , (10/30/1963 - 2/15/1964)
First Preview:Oct 28, 1963 Total Previews:2
Opening Date:Oct 30, 1963   
Closing Date:Feb 15, 1964 Total Performances:123

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Somewhere in the south. The Past and Present.

Production Staff
Produced by Lewis Allen and Ben Edwards
Written by Edward Albee; Incidental music by William Flanagan; Based on the story by Carson McCullers
Directed by Alan Schneider; Assistant Director: Melvin Bernhardt
Scenic Design by Ben Edwards; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
Business Manager: Oscar Olesen; Company Manager: Thomas Bodkin
Production Stage Manager: John Maxtone-Graham; Stage Manager: Don Gilliland; Assistant Stage Mgr: Ernest Austin
Conducted by Samuel Baron; Trumpet: Raymond Crisara; Clarinet: Stanley Drucker; Harp: Laura Newell; Flute: Julius Baker; Percussion: Herbert Harris; Cello: Seymour Barab
General Press Representative: Howard Atlee; Press Associate: Michael O'Shea and Robert Larkin; Production Associate: Harry Rigby; Assistant to Mr. Allen: Elinor Wright; Assistant to Mr. Edwards: Richard Burns; Boxing Coordinator: Max Kleven
Colleen Dewhurst Miss Amelia Evans
William Prince Henry Macy
Lou Antonio Marvin Macy
Roscoe Lee Browne The Narrator
Michael Dunn Cousin Lyman
Enid Markey Emma Hale
Ernest Austin Townsperson
John C. Becher Stumpy MacPhail
Roberts Blossom Merlie Ryan
David Clarke Henry Ford Crimp
Alice Drummond Townsperson
William Duell Horace Wells
Susan Dunfee Henrietta Ford Crimp Jr.
Jenny Egan Mrs. Peterson
Griff Evans Rosser Cline
Nell Harrison Lucy Willins
Bette Henritze Mrs. Hasty Malone
Jack Kehoe Townsperson
Deane Selmier Rainey 2
Louis W. Waldon Rainey 1
Standbys: David Clarke (Henry Macy) and Rosemary Murphy (Miss Amelia Evans)
Understudies: Ernest Austin (Rainey 1), Alice Drummond (Mrs. Peterson, Townsperson), William Duell (Merlie Ryan), Griff Evans (Stumpy MacPhail), Bette Henritze (Emma Hale), Jack Kehoe (Rainey 2, Townsperson), Julian Miller (Cousin Lyman) and Louis W. Waldon (Marvin Macy)
Tony Award®
 1964 Best Play [nominee]
Written by Edward Albee; Produced by Lewis Allen and Ben Edwards
 1964 Best Actress in a Play [nominee]
Colleen Dewhurst
 1964 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Michael Dunn
 1964 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
Ben Edwards
 1964 Best Director (Dramatic) [nominee]
Directed by Alan Schneider
 1964 Best Producer (Dramatic) [nominee]
Produced by Lewis Allen and Ben Edwards