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Ah, Wilderness!   

 
Circle in the Square Theatre , (9/18/1975 - 11/23/1975)
First Preview:Sep 02, 1975 Total Previews:19
Opening Date:Sep 18, 1975   
Closing Date:Nov 23, 1975 Total Performances:85

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in four acts
Setting: Sitting room of the Miller home in a small town in Connecticut, July 4, 1906.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Circle in the Square (under the direction of Theodore Mann and Paul Libin)
Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director; Paul Libin: Managing Director); Produced in association with The Long Wharf Theatre (M. Edgar Rosenblum, Executive Director; Arvin Brown, Artistic Director)
Written by Eugene O'Neill
Directed by Arvin Brown
Scenic Design by Steven Rubin; Costume Design by Bill Walker; Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
Company Manager: William Conn
Production Stage Manager: Nina Seely; Stage Manager: James Bernardi
Circle in the Square General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Circle in the Square Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman; Circle in the Square Advertising: Don Josephson and Blaine-Thompson
Cast
Richard Backus Richard Miller
John Braden Sid Davis
Essie's brother
Ralph Drischell David McComber
a dry-goods merchant
Geraldine Fitzgerald Essie Miller
Don Gantry Salesman
Sean G. Griffin Wint Selby
a classmate of Arthur's
Linda Hunt Norah
Swoosie Kurtz Muriel McComber
Suzanne Lederer Belle
Stephen Mendillo Bartender
Paul Rudd Arthur Miller
William Swetland Nat Miller
owner of the Evening Globe
Christina Whitmore Mildred Miller
Teresa Wright Lily Miller
Nat's sister
Glenn Zachar Tommy Miller
Standbys: Shirley Bryan (Essie Miller, Lily Miller), Thomas Leopold (Arthur Miller, Richard Miller, Wint Selby) and Alexandra Stoddart (Belle, Mildred Miller, Muriel McComber, Norah)
Tony Award®
 1976 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Arvin Brown