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The House of Atreus   

 

This production was composed of the following shows:

This production played in repertory with The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

Billy Rose Theatre, (12/17/1968 - 1/05/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 17, 1968    
Closing Date: Jan 05, 1969 Total Performances: 20

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: Argos, the palace of Agamemnon.



Agamemnon

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Minnesota Theater Company
Based on "The Oresteia" of Aeschylus; Book adapted by John Lewin; Incidental music by Dominick Argento
Directed by Tyrone Guthrie
Scenic Design by Tanya Moiseiwitsch; Mask Design by Carolyn Parker; Design Associate: John Jensen
Stage Manager: Milt Commons
Press Representative: Arthur Cantor, Stanley Gaither and Susan L. Schulman; Assistant to the Director: Fran Bennett
Cast
James AlexanderChorus
Paul BallantyneChorus Leader
Don BarshaySoldier
Emery BattisSoldier
Douglas CampbellClytemnestra
Helen CareyHandmaiden
Richard CottrellSoldier
Jon CranneySoldier
Nicholas DeJoriaSoldier
Larry FergusonSoldier
Katherine FerrandChorus
Robin GammellCassandra
Katherine GarnettHandmaiden
Ron GlassChorus
Carol GustafsonChorus
Allen HamiltonChorus
Helen HarrelsonChorus
Charles KeatingChorus
James J. LawlessChorus
Roberta MaxwellHandmaiden
Michael MoriartyChorus
Robert PasteneAegisthus
Lauri PetersHandmaiden
Alek PrimroseChorus
Richard RamosSoldier
Nancy ReardonChorus
Lee RichardsonWatchman
Agamemnon
Michael SevareidChorus
Tony SwartzSoldier
Granville Van DusenSoldier

Choephori

Category: Play, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Minnesota Theater Company
Based on "The Oresteia" of Aeschylus; Book adapted by John Lewin; Incidental music by Dominick Argento
Directed by Tyrone Guthrie
Mask Design by Carolyn Parker; Design Associate: John Jensen
Stage Manager: Milt Commons
Press Representative: Arthur Cantor, Stanley Gaither and Susan L. Schulman; Assistant to the Director: Fran Bennett
Cast
Don BarshayChorus
Fran BennettChorus Leader
Douglas CampbellClytemnestra
Helen CareyChorus
Len CariouOrestes
Richard CottrellChorus
Nicholas DeJoriaChorus
Larry FergusonChorus
Robin GammellElectra
Allen HamiltonServant
Chorus
Helen HarrelsonChorus
Charles KeatingPylades
Roberta MaxwellChorus
Robert PasteneAegisthus
Lauri PetersChorus
Richard RamosCilissa
Chorus
John RamseyChorus
Tony SwartzChorus
Granville Van DusenChorus

Eumenides

Category: Play, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Minnesota Theater Company
Based on "The Oresteia" of Aeschylus; Book adapted by John Lewin; Incidental music by Dominick Argento
Directed by Tyrone Guthrie
Mask Design by Carolyn Parker; Design Associate: John Jensen
Stage Manager: Milt Commons
Press Representative: Arthur Cantor, Stanley Gaither and Susan L. Schulman; Assistant to the Director: Fran Bennett
Cast
James AlexanderHermes
Don BarshayPriest
Emery BattisChorus
Fran BennettChorus
Douglas CampbellClytemnestra's Ghost
Athena
Helen CareyChorus
Len CariouOrestes
Richard CottrellPriest
Jon CranneyPriestess
Juryman
Nicholas DeJoriaPriest
Larry FergusonJuryman
Katherine FerrandPriest
Katherine GarnettChorus
Ron GlassChorus
Carol GustafsonSinger
Allen HamiltonJuryman
Helen HarrelsonSinger
Charles KeatingJuryman
James J. LawlessChorus Leader
Roberta MaxwellChorus
Michael MoriartyChorus
Robert PasteneJuryman
Lauri PetersSinger
Alek PrimroseChorus
Richard RamosChorus
John RamseyJuryman
Nancy ReardonSinger
Lee RichardsonApollo
Michael SevareidJuryman
Tony SwartzJuryman
Granville Van DusenSinger
Drama Desk Award
winner 1969 Outstanding Costume Design [winner] 
  Tanya Moiseiwitsch