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The Love Suicide at Schofield Barracks   

 
ANTA Playhouse , (2/09/1972 - 2/12/1972)
First Preview:Feb 02, 1972 Total Previews:7
Opening Date:Feb 09, 1972   
Closing Date:Feb 12, 1972 Total Performances:5

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Just after Halloween, 1970. The Officers' Club, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.


Production Staff
Produced by Cheryl Crawford, Konrad Matthaei, Hale Matthews and Robert Weinstein; Produced in association with ANTA (Alfred de Liagre Jr: executive producer; Jean Dalrymple: executive director)
Written by Romulus Linney
Directed by John Berry
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Electronic Sound: Paul Earls
Production Stage Manager: Larry Whiteley
Press Representative: Max Eisen and Milly Schoenbaum
Cast
John Berry Lt. Gen. Evans
Robert Burr Commanding General
Tina Chen Katherine Nomura
Katherine De Hetre Patricia Bates
Jerome Dempsey Edward Roundhouse
Frank Geraci Mime
Military Police
Del Green Mrs. Norvel Bates
Earl Hindman Captain Martin
Mark Lamos Pfc. Bowers
Michael Landrum Voice
Mime
Military Police
Mercedes McCambridge Lucy Lake
Alan Mixon Sgt. Maj. Ruggles
Lucille Patton Voice
William Redfield Col. Moore
Lisa Richards Judith Borden
Ralph Roberts Master Sgt. Bates
John P. Ryan Major Cassidy
David Stock Friend
John Straub Military Police
Matthew Tobin Warrant Officer Levandre
Edmund Williams Military Police
Understudies: Lucille Patton (Lucy Lake, Mrs. Norvel Bates), John Straub (Col. Moore, Commanding General, Lt. Gen. Evans), Edmund Williams (Edward Roundhouse, Master Sgt. Bates, Sgt. Maj. Ruggles) and David Yanowitz (Captain Martin, Pfc. Bowers)
Tony Award®
 1972 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Mercedes McCambridge