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The Homecoming   

 
Music Box Theatre , (1/05/1967 - 10/14/1967)
First Preview:Jan 03, 1967 Total Previews:3
Opening Date:Jan 05, 1967   
Closing Date:Oct 14, 1967 Total Performances:324

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Summer. An old house in North London.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Irving Berlin and J. J. Shubert
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen; By arrangement with the Governors of The Royal Shakespeare Company (Peter Hall, Artistic Director); Produced by arrangement with Theatre Guild Productions, Inc.; Produced in association with Gerry Geraldo
Written by Harold Pinter
Original production by Peter Hall; Re-staged by Rosemary Beattie
Production Design by John Bury
General Manager for Alexander H. Cohen: Roy Somlyo; General Manager: Victor Samrock; Comptroller: Seymour Herscher
Production Supervisor: Jerry Adler; Production Stage Manager: Jake Hamilton
General Press Representative: James D. Proctor; Press Representative: Max Gendel and Lawrence Belling; Associate Press Representative: David Roggensack and Lila Glaser King; Casting: Linda Otto; Advertising: Ingram Ash; Production Assistant: Jan Monkhouse and Gloria Banta
Cast
Michael Craig Teddy
Ian Holm Lenny
Vivien Merchant Ruth
John Normington Sam
Terence Rigby Joey
Paul Rogers Max
Understudies: Lloyd Battista (Joey), Lynn Farleigh (Ruth), Denis Holmes (Max, Sam) and Michael Jayston (Lenny, Teddy)
Tony Award®
winner 1967 Best Play [winner]
Written by Harold Pinter; Produced by Alexander H. Cohen
winner 1967 Best Actor in Play [winner]
Paul Rogers
 1967 Best Actress in a Play [nominee]
Vivien Merchant
winner 1967 Best Featured Actor in a Play [winner]
Ian Holm
 1967 Best Scenic Design [nominee]
John Bury
winner 1967 Best Direction of a Play [winner]
Peter Hall