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Othello   

 
ANTA Playhouse, (9/14/1970 - 9/26/1970)
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Opening Date: Sep 14, 1970    
Closing Date: Sep 26, 1970 Total Performances: 16

Category: Play, Drama, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A Tragedy presented in Two Acts
Setting: Venice and Cyprus.



Production Staff
Produced by The American National Theatre and Academy; Managing Producer: Berenice Weiler
Originally produced by American Shakespeare Festival (Michael Kahn, Artistic Director)
Written by William Shakespeare; Musical Director: Conrad Susa; Incidental music by Conrad Susa
Directed by Michael Kahn
Scenic Design by Karl Eigsti; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by John Gleason
Executive Producer: Joseph Verner Reed; General Manager: Berenice Weiler
Stage Manager: Lo Hardin and Nikos Kafkalis
Duels Staged by Christopher Tanner; Production Assistant: Bill Capobiano; Press Associate: Reginald Denenholz and Ellen Levene
Cast
Maureen AndermanBianca
Robert BlumenfeldSenator
Eugene BrezanyEnsemble
Patricia CallahanEnsemble
Gary CopelandEnsemble
Paul CorumSecond Messenger
James CromwellMontano
Danny DavisLodovico
Bernard FrawleyFirst Senator
Moses GunnOthello
Jack HeifnerEnsemble
Ron LohseEnsemble
Lizbeth MacKayEnsemble
Roberta MaxwellDesdemona
Edwin McDonoughEnsemble
Jan MinerEmilia
Mark NiedzialkowskiEnsemble
Cabot OgdenEnsemble
Ken ParkerSecond Senator
Wyman PendletonDuke of Venice
Gary PoeFirst Messenger
Mary Ellen RayEnsemble
Ralph RedpathEnsemble
Joseph RemmesEnsemble
Lee RichardsonIago
Tim RileyFirst Cypriot Soldier
William SchoryEnsemble
Paul ShuttEnsemble
Josef SommerBrabantio
Tom TarpeySenator
Peter ThompsonCassio
John TillingerRoderigo
John VentantonioSecond Cypriot Soldier
Josef WarikThird Cypriot Soldier
Garland WrightEnsemble
Mary WrightEnsemble
Understudies: Paul Corum (Lodovico), Bernard Frawley (Brabantio), Ron Lohse (Messenger), Ken Parker (Duke of Venice), Mary Ellen Ray (Emilia), Tim Riley (Soldier), Josef Sommer (Iago), Tom Tarpey (Senator), John Ventantonio (Cassio), Josef Warik (Roderigo) and Garland Wright (Soldier)