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This production played in repertory with Ovid's Metamorphoses
 
Ambassador Theatre , (10/26/1970 - 7/03/1971)
First Preview:Oct 19, 1970 Total Previews:14
Opening Date:Oct 26, 1970   
Closing Date:Jul 03, 1971 Total Performances:243

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Zev Bufman; Produced in association with City Center of Music & Drama, The Shubert Organization and TDF
From the fairy tales by The Brothers Grimm; Featuring "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" and "Dear Landlord" by Bob Dylan; Featuring "Here Comes The Sun" by George Harrison; Music Performed by The True Brethren (Camp, Falicoff, Grinage, Pickford)
Adapted and Directed by Paul Sills
Settings and Projections by Michael Devine; Costume Design by Stephanie Kline; Lighting Design by H. R. Poindexter
General Manager: Robert Kamlot
Production Stage Manager: David Barber
Production Assistant: Gladys Simmons; Press Representative: Springer Associates, Inc.; Advertising: Blaine-Thompson and Jeff Ash; Assistant to the Producer: Lesly Horn; Consultant: Viola Spolin
Cast
Lewis Arquette Ensemble Alternate
Peter Bonerz Judge
"The Little Peasant"
Cat
"The Bremen Town Musicians"
Parson
"The Little Peasant"
One of the Robbers
"The Robber Bridegroom"
Master Thief
"The Master Thief"
Flounder
"The Fisherman and His Wife"
Crow # 1
"Two Crows"
Sexton
"The Golden Goose"
Hamid Hamilton Camp Little Peasant
"The Little Peasant"
Robber
"The Bremen Town Musicians"
Man #1
"Is He Fat"
Ducky Daddles
"Henny Penny"
Soldier
"The Master Thief"
Narrator
"The Fisherman and His Wife"
Crow # 2
"Two Crows"
Little Gray Man
"The Golden Goose"
King
"The Golden Goose"
Ensemble
Melinda Dillon Peasant's Wife
"The Little Peasant"
Rich Peasant
"The Little Peasant"
Daughter
"The Robber Bridegroom"
Goosey Poosey
"Henny Penny"
Wife
"The Master Thief"
The Fisherman's Wife
"The Fisherman and His Wife"
Princess
"The Golden Goose"
Mary Frann Maiden
"The Robber Bridegroom"
Rich Peasant
"The Little Peasant"
Cat
"Venus and the Cat"
Second Daughter
"The Golden Goose"
Valerie Harper Farmer's Wife
"The Little Peasant"
Rich Peasant
"The Little Peasant"
Robber
"The Bremen Town Musicians"
Old Woman
"The Robber Bridegroom"
Henny Penny
"Henny Penny"
Countess
"The Master Thief"
Venus
"Venus and the Cat"
Mother
"The Golden Goose"
Eldest Daughter
"The Golden Goose"
Richard Libertini Parson
"The Little Peasant"
Cock
"The Bremen Town Musicians"
Sexton
"Is He Fat"
One of the Robbers
"The Robber Bridegroom"
Foxy Woxy
"Henny Penny"
Count
"The Master Thief"
Fisherman
"The Fisherman and His Wife"
Second Son
"The Golden Goose"
Parson
"The Golden Goose"
Molly McKasson Ensemble Alternate
Paul Sand Cowherd
"The Little Peasant"
Rich Peasant
"The Little Peasant"
Robber Bridegroom
"The Robber Bridegroom"
Turkey Lurkey
"Henny Penny"
Clerk
"The Master Thief"
Soldier
"The Master Thief"
Simpleton
"The Golden Goose"
Hound
"The Bremen Town Musicians"
Richard Schaal Farmer
"The Little Peasant"
Ass
"The Bremen Town Musicians"
Man #2
"Is He Fat"
Miller
"The Robber Bridegroom"
One of the Robbers
"The Robber Bridegroom"
Cocky Locky
"Henny Penny"
Old Man
"The Master Thief"
Parson
"The Little Peasant"
Soldier
"The Master Thief"
Man
"Venus and the Cat"
Eldest Son
"The Golden Goose"
Peasant
"The Golden Goose"
Tony Award®
 1971 Best Play [nominee]
Produced by Zev Bufman
winner 1971 Best Featured Actor in a Play [winner]
Paul Sand
winner 1971 Best Lighting Design [winner]
H. R. Poindexter
Drama Desk Award
winner 1971 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Paul Sand
winner 1971 Outstanding Director [winner]
Adapted and Directed by Paul Sills