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Ethel Barrymore Theatre , (5/13/1976 - 5/15/1976)
First Preview:Apr 27, 1976 Total Previews:18
Opening Date:May 13, 1976   
Closing Date:May 15, 1976 Total Performances:5

Category: Play, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Somewhere in Western America. Somewhere in the Past.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Gladys Rackmil, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Roger L. Stevens
Written by Samuel Taylor; Incidental music by Dan Goggin; Title song by Ronee Blakely
Directed by Robert Drivas
Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto; Costume Design by Florence Klotz; Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton; Hair Design by Lyn Quiyou
General Manager: Gatchell & Neufeld, Ltd.
Production Supervisor: Larry Forde; Stage Manager: Valentine Mayer; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Stewart
Music Contractor: Martin Grupp
General Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt Associates, Inc.; Casting: Terry Fay; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner and Associates
Cast
Elizabeth Ashley Betsey-No-Name
F. Murray Abraham Jesse Lymburner
Doc
Stephen Clarke Virgil Biggers
Colorado
George Dzundza William F. P. Morgan
Robert Anthony Quince
James Carrington Tumbleweed
Tom Flagg Clarence
A Stranger
Munson Hicks Muley
Ron Max Barney-One-Ball
Wayne Maxwell Frankie Scruggs
Bill McIntyre Kettle-Belly
George Parry Judah Lymburner
Doc's son
J. J. Quinn Lacy Underwood
McNally
Chev Rodgers Mahogany Brown
Ben Slack Alkali
Sebastian Stuart Freddie Scruggs
Standby: Tricia O'Neil (Betsey-No-Name)
Understudies: Robert Anthony (Jesse Lymburner), James Carrington (Virgil Biggers), Donald Kehr (Judah Lymburner), Valentine Mayer (Clarence, Lacy Underwood, McNally, Muley, Quince, Tumbleweed), J. J. Quinn (A Stranger), Ben Slack (William F. P. Morgan) and John Stewart (Alkali, Barney-One-Ball, Frankie Scruggs, Freddie Scruggs, Kettle-Belly, Mahogany Brown)
Drama Desk Award
 1976 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Thomas Skelton
 1976 Outstanding Set Design [nominee]
Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto