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Playhouse Theatre , (4/16/1979 - 5/13/1979)
First Preview:Mar 27, 1979 Total Previews:24
Opening Date:Apr 16, 1979   
Closing Date:May 13, 1979 Total Performances:32

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: Republic of South Vietnam. April through November, 1969.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Paramount Pictures Corporation
Produced by Robert S. Fishko, Rick Hobard and Donald Warfield
Originally given as a staged reading for the 1976 National Playwrights Conference at The Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Center; First produced in 1977 at The Phoenix Theatre; Subsequently produced at Center Stage (Stan Wojewodski, Artistic Director; Peter W. Culman, Managing Director)
Written by David Berry
Directed by William Devane
Scenic Design by Peter Larkin; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis and Jane Reisman; Sound Consultant: Jude Quintiere
General Manager: Robert S. Fishko; Company Manager: Harris Goldman
Production Stage Manager: Michael J. Frank; Assistant Stage Mgr: Johnny "Sugar Bear" Willis; Technical Supervisor: Joe Golden
Sound Score by Kirk Nurock
General Press Representative: Solters & Roskin, Inc. and Milly Schoenbaum; Advertising: Ash / LeDonne; Costume Coordinator: Laura J. Castro
Cast
Michael Moriarty Micah
Lori Tan Chinn Mama-San
Paul Espel Johnston
Mark Jenkins Zan
Brent Jennings K.P.
Michael Jeter Straw
Mansoor Najee-Ullah Shoulders
Lazaro Perez Tito
Howard E. Rollins, Jr. Deacon
Standbys: Elliot Berk (Johnston, Tito, Zan), Arlene Quiyou (Mama-San), Robert Schenkkan (Micah, Straw) and Johnny "Sugar Bear" Willis (Deacon, K.P., Shoulders)
Theatre World
nominee 1979 Award [recipient]
Michael Jeter
Drama Desk Award
 1977 Outstanding New Play (American) [nominee]
First produced in 1977 at The Phoenix Theatre; Written by David Berry