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A Letter for Queen Victoria   

ANTA Playhouse, (3/22/1975 - 4/06/1975)
First Preview: Mar 19, 1975 Total Previews: 3
Opening Date: Mar 22, 1975    
Closing Date: Apr 06, 1975 Total Performances: 18

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: Self-described as an opera; an avant-garde, stream-of-consciousness form of theater, without continuity in its succession of dramatic, musical and choreographic effects.

Production Staff
Produced by Byrd Hoffman Foundation, Inc.
Music by Alan Lloyd; Book by Robert Wilson; Lyrics by Alan Lloyd; Musical Director: Michael Galasso; Introductory Letter: Stefan Brecht; Sundance Kid Speech: Christopher Knowles; Act III Dialogue: Cynthia Lubar
Directed by Robert Wilson; Choreographed by Andrew De Groat
Scenic Design by Peter Harvey; Costume Design by Peter Harvey; Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons; Assistant Lighting Design: Carol Mullins
Stage Manager: Francis Brooks and Terrence Chambers
Music in collaboration with Michael Galasso; Collaborating Lyricist: Michael Galasso; 1st Violin: Michael Galasso; 2nd Violin: Susan Krongold; Violin: Kevin Byrnes; Cello: Laura Epstein; Flute: Kathryn Cation
Verbal Tape Constructions: Christopher Knowles
Press Representative: The Merlin Group, Ltd. and Sandra Manley
George AshleyPerformer
Stefan BrechtPerformer
Julia BustoPerformer
Kathryn CationPerformer
Andrew De GroatPerformer
Alma HamiltonPerformer
Christopher KnowlesPerformer
Cynthia LubarPerformer
James NeuPerformer
Scotty SnyderPerformer
Sheryl SuttonPerformer
Robert WilsonPerformer
Tony Award®
 1975 Best Original Score [nominee] 
 Music by Alan Lloyd ;  Lyrics by Alan Lloyd
Drama Desk Award
 1975 Unique Theatrical Experience [nominee] 
 Produced by Byrd Hoffman Foundation, Inc.