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The Heiress   

 
Broadhurst Theatre , (4/20/1976 - 5/09/1976)
First Preview:Apr 15, 1976 Total Previews:5
Opening Date:Apr 20, 1976   
Closing Date:May 09, 1976 Total Performances:23

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The front parlor of Doctor Sloper's house in Washington Square. 1850.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Steven Beckler and Thomas C. Smith; Associate Producer: Ken Morse
Originally produced for the Kennedy Center by The Kennedy Center - Xerox Corporation (Roger L. Stevens, Producer; Richmond Crinkley, Producer)
Written by Ruth Goetz and Augustus Goetz; Based on the novel "Washington Square" by Henry James
Directed by George Keathley
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Ann Roth; Lighting Design by David F. Segal; Hair Design by J. Roy Helland
General Manager: Theatre Now, Inc.
Stage Manager: Joe Lorden; Technical Supervisor: Mitch Miller
General Press Representative: Betty Lee Hunt Associates, Inc.; Advertising: The Blaine Thompson Company
Cast
Jane Alexander Catherine Sloper
Richard Kiley Dr. Austin Sloper
Jan Miner Lavinia Penniman
David Selby Morris Townsend
Roger Baron Arthur Townsend
Dorothy Blackburn Elizabeth Almond
Toni Darnay Mrs. Montgomery
William Gibberson Coachman
Cecilia Hart Marian Almond
Sharon Laughlin Maria
Understudies: Roger Baron (Morris Townsend), Toni Darnay (Lavinia Penniman), William Gibberson (Dr. Austin Sloper), Sharon Laughlin (Catherine Sloper, Marian Almond), Joe Lorden (Arthur Townsend, Coachman) and Diana Mathews (Elizabeth Almond, Lavinia Penniman, Maria, Mrs. Montgomery)
Drama Desk Award
 1976 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee]
Richard Kiley
 1976 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Toni Darnay