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Brooks Atkinson Theatre , (11/18/2004 - 4/17/2005)
First Preview:Nov 03, 2004 Total Previews:17
Opening Date:Nov 18, 2004   
Closing Date:Apr 17, 2005 Total Performances:173

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway

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Produced by Boyett Ostar Productions, Nederlander Presentations, Inc., Jean Doumanian, Stephanie McClelland, Arielle Tepper, Amy Nederlander, Eric Falkenstein and Roy Furman
Originally produced by The National Theatre of Great Britain
Written by Michael Frayn
Directed by Michael Blakemore; Associate Director: Jenny Eastop
Scenic Design by Peter J. Davison; Costume Design by Sue Wilmington; Associate Costume Design: Scott Traugott; Assistant Costume Design: Philip Heckman; Lighting Design by Mark Henderson; Associate Lighting Design: Daniel Walker; Sound Design by Neil Alexander; Associate Sound Design: Christopher Cronin
General Manager: 101 Productions, Ltd. (General Managers: Jeff Wilson, Wendy Orshan; Associate General Managers: Dave Auster, Elie Landau); Company Manager: Shawn M. Fertitta
Production Stage Manager: David Hyslop; Technical Supervisor: David Benken; Stage Manager: Deirdre McCrane
Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Casting: Jim Carnahan; Marketing: HHC Marketing; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Photographer: Don Purdue
James Naughton Willy Brandt
Richard Thomas GŁnter Guillaume
Michael Cumpsty Arno Kretschmann
Robert Prosky Herbert Wehner
Terry Beaver Reinhard Wilke
John Dossett Helmut Schmidt
Julian Gamble Ulrich Bauhaus
John Christopher Jones Hans-Dietrich Genscher
Richard Masur Horst Ehmke
Michele Pawk Woman's Voice Recorded voice only
Lee Wilkof GŁnther Nollau
Standbys: Tony Carlin (GŁnter Guillaume, Ulrich Bauhaus), Paul O'Brien (Arno Kretschmann, Horst Ehmke, Reinhard Wilke), Martin Shakar (GŁnther Nollau, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Herbert Wehner) and Ray Virta (Helmut Schmidt, Willy Brandt)