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Don Juan   

This production played in repertory with The Great God Brown

Lyceum Theatre, (12/11/1972 - 1/14/1973)
First Preview: Dec 05, 1972 Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: Dec 11, 1972    
Closing Date: Jan 14, 1973 Total Performances: 22

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by New Phoenix Repertory Co. (T. Edward Hambleton, Michael Montel: managing directors; Harold Prince, Stephen Porter: artistic directors)
Written by Molière; Book adapted by Stephen Porter; Incidental music by Conrad Susa
Directed by Stephen Porter
Scenic Design by John J. Moore; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Lighting Design by Tharon Musser
Production Stage Manager: Daniel Freudenberger and Anne Sullivan
Fight Sequence Staging by: David Dukes
Press Representative: Dan Langan
Clyde BurtonGusman
La Violette
David DukesDon Carlos
Peter FriedmanCommander
Bonnie GallupVeiled Woman
Robert GintyRobber
John GloverPierrot
James GreenePoor Man
M. Dimanche
Paul HechtDon Juan
Katherine HelmondDona Elvira
Curt KaribalisDon Alonso
John McMartinSganarelle
Bill MoorDon Luis
Charlotte MooreCharlotte
Robert PhelpsLa Ramee
Marilyn SokolMathurine
Thomas A. StewartRagotin
Understudies: Clyde Burton (Pierrot), Peter Friedman (Don Carlos), Bonnie Gallup (Charlotte, Mathurine), Robert Ginty (Commander, Robber), Robert Ginzler (Ragotin), Curt Karibalis (Don Juan), Robert Phelps (Don Alonso, Don Luis, Gusman, La Violette), Thomas A. Stewart (M. Dimanche, Poor Man) and Ellen Tovatt (Dona Elvira, Veiled Woman)
Tony Award®
 1973 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee] 
  John McMartin
Drama Desk Award
winner 1973 Outstanding Performance [winner] 
 Performer: John McMartin