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Arturo Ui   

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre , (11/11/1963 - 11/16/1963)
First Preview:Nov 06, 1963 Total Previews:5
Opening Date:Nov 11, 1963   
Closing Date:Nov 16, 1963 Total Performances:8

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: The early 1930s. Chicago.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Feuer & Martin Musicals, Inc.
Produced by David Merrick; Associate Producer: Neil Hartley
Written by Bertolt Brecht; Book adapted by George Tabori; Incidental music by Jule Styne; Music orchestrated by Ray Ellis
Directed by Tony Richardson
Production Design by Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Make-up Supervisor: Mitchell Erickson; Lighting Assistant: Martin Aronstein
General Manager: Jack Schlissel; Company Manager: A. Gino Giglio; Assistant to Mr. Schlissel: David Payne
Stage Manager: Bernard Gersten; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jim Stark and Antony Ponzini
Conducted by James Leon; Trumpet: Dom Speara; Trombone: Marshal Hawk; Drums: Joe Marshall, Jr.; Clarinet and Saxophone: Phil Olivella; Baritone Saxophone: Henry Topper; Violin: Irving Raymond and Joseph Cali; Cello: Abe Borodkin; Organ: Robert Wyatt; Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek
General Press Representative: Lee Solters and Harvey B. Sabinson; Press Representative: Leo Stern; Assistant to the Director: Elizabeth Roberts; Secretary to Mr. Merrick: Helen Nickerson; Staff Associate: Sylvia Schwartz, Carol Capelletti and Warren Lyons
Christopher Plummer Arturo Ui
Michael Constantine Dogsborough
Elisha Cook Giuseppe Givola
Roger De Koven The Actor
Hugh Franklin Clark
Henry Lascoe Butcher
Lionel Stander Manuele Giri
Murvyn Vye Ernesto Roma
Sandy Baron Bowl
Leonardo Cimino Fish
Oliver Clark Young Dogsborough
James Coco O'Casey
George Cotton Mulberry
James Frawley Flake
Harold Gary Arturo Ui's Bodyguard
Louis Guss Ragg
Chuck Haren Inna
Diane Higgins Ensemble
Dossie Hollingsworth Dockdaisy
Bobby Dean Hooks Ensemble
John Karlen Shorty
Frank Loren Ensemble
Gubi Mann Ensemble
John Marriott Jim Crocket
Paul Michael The Barker
David O'Brien Defense Counsel
Tom Pedi Arturo Ui's Bodyguard
Antony Ponzini Ensemble
Beah Richards The Woman
Madeleine Sherwood Betty Dullfeet
William Shust Sheet
Jim Stark Ensemble
Glenn Stensel Doctor
Warren Wade Gaffles
Robert Weil Ignatius Dullfeet
Understudies: Sandy Baron (Arturo Ui), Leonardo Cimino (Giuseppe Givola), James Coco (Clark, Ignatius Dullfeet), George Cotton (Dogsborough, Judge), James Frawley (Ernesto Roma, Prosecutor), Louis Guss (Butcher, Gaffles), Chuck Haren (Defense Counsel, Sheet), Bobby Dean Hooks (Jim Crocket, Shorty), John Karlen (Arturo Ui's Bodyguard, Doctor, Inna, O'Casey, Sheet), Gubi Mann (Betty Dullfeet, Dockdaisy, The Woman), David O'Brien (Flake), Tom Pedi (Manuele Giri, The Barker), Antony Ponzini (Fish, Ragg), William Shust (Goodwill, The Actor), James Stark (Arturo Ui's Bodyguard, Bowl), Glenn Stensel (Young Dogsborough) and Warren Wade (Mulberry)
Tony Award®
 1964 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Rouben Ter-Arutunian