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The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window   

 
Longacre Theatre, (1/26/1972 - 1/29/1972)
First Preview: Jan 17, 1972 Total Previews: 9
Opening Date: Jan 26, 1972    
Closing Date: Jan 29, 1972 Total Performances: 5

Category: Play, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The early 1960s. In the Brusteins' apartment and adjoining courtyard in Greenwich Village, New York City.



Production Staff
Produced by Robert Renfield; Associate Producer: Robert Nemiroff
Written by Lorraine Hansberry; Book adapted by Robert Nemiroff and Charlotte Zaltzberg; Featuring songs by Gary William Friedman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Ray Errol Fox; Musical Director: Mack Schlefer; Music orchestrated by Gary William Friedman; Music arranged by Gary William Friedman
Directed by Alan Schneider; Choreographed by Rhoda Levine
Scenic Design by William Ritman; Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge; Lighting Design by Richard Nelson
Production Manager: Bruce Hoover; Stage Manager: Richard Foltz
Musical Coordinator: Rhoda Levine
Press Representative: Max Eisen and Milly Schoenbaum
Cast
Mason AdamsWally O'Hara
William AthertonDavid Ragin
Pendleton BrownSinger
Richard CoxSinger
John DanielleAlton Scales
Zohra LampertIris Parodus Brustein
John LansingSinger
Hal LindenSidney Brustein
Frances SternhagenMavis Parodus Bryson
Dolph SweetMax
Arnetia WalkerSinger
Kelly WoodGloria Parodus
Standby: Gus Fleming (Alton Scales, David Ragin), Mark Gordon (Sidney Brustein), Kay Tornborgh (Gloria Parodus, Iris Parodus Brustein) and Walt Wanderman (Max, Wally O'Hara)
Tony Award®
 1972 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee] 
  Frances Sternhagen