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Camino Real   

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (1/08/1970 - 2/21/1970)
First Preview: Total Previews: 13
Opening Date: Jan 08, 1970    
Closing Date: Feb 21, 1970 Total Performances: 52

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The end of Camíno Re-ál and the beginning of Camino Real.

Production Staff
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving)
Written by Tennessee Williams; Incidental music by Bernardo Ségall
Directed by Milton Katselas
Scenic Design by Peter Wexler; Costume Design by Peter Wexler; Lighting Design by John Gleason
Production Stage Manager: Tim Ward; Stage Manager: Barnett Epstein
Jean-Pierre AumontJacques Casanova
Luis ÁvalosWaiter
José BarreraSon
Ralph BellA. Ratt
Paul BenjaminStreet Cleaner
Leta BonyngePrudence Duvernoy
Philip BoscoBaron de Charlus
Victor BuonoGutman
Nick CantrellLobo
Clifford DavidLord Byron
Ralph DrischellLoan Shark
Voice of the Bum
Barbara Eda-YoungOlympe
Michael EnserroSancho Panza
Robert KeeslerStreet Cleaner
Michael LevinSurvivor
Joseph MascoloOfficer
Patrick McVeyDon Quixote
Michael MillerGuard
Jean-Daniel NolandEnsemble
Al PacinoKilroy
Jose PerezAbdullah
Priscilla PointerLady Mulligan
Joan PringleRosita
Antonia ReyLa Madrecita
Roberto ReyesThe Dreamer
Robert RiggsEnsemble
Arthur SellersWaiter
Raymond SingerEnsemble
Arnold SoboloffNursie
Barbara SpiegelEnsemble
Dan SullivanEnsemble
Robert SymondsLord Mulligan
Sylvia SymsThe Gypsy
Jessica TandyMarguerite Gautier
Susan TyrrellEsmeralda
The Gypsy's Daughter
Sam UmaniGuard
Understudies: Leta Bonynge (The Gypsy), Ralph Drischell (A. Ratt, Baron de Charlus), Michael Levin (Jacques Casanova), Joseph Mascolo (Gutman), Priscilla Pointer (Marguerite Gautier), Raymond Singer (Lord Byron), Barbara Spiegel (Esmeralda, Eva, Lady Mulligan, Olympe, Rosita) and Dan Sullivan (Kilroy)