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Biltmore Theatre , (12/30/1982 - 5/15/1983)
First Preview:Dec 14, 1982 Total Previews:19
Opening Date:Dec 30, 1982   
Closing Date:May 15, 1983 Total Performances:157

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: The library of Orcas Champflower Manor. An evening in the 1930s.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned by The Biltmore Theatre Corp.-Sharcar, Inc. (David J. Cogan: President); Theatre Operated by The Messrs. Nederlander
Produced by Douglas Urbanski, Robert A. Buckley and E. Gregg Wallace, Jr.
Written by Anthony Shaffer
Directed by Michael Kahn
Scenic Design by Andrew Jackness; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein; Hair Design by Patrik D. Moreton; Make-Up Design by Patrik D. Moreton; Sound Design by Richard Fitzgerald; Assistant Scenic Design: Randy Drake; Assistant to Mr. Jackness: Robert Shaw; Assistant Costume Design: Whitney Blausen; Assistant Lighting Design: Lawrence Metzler
General Manager: Buckley & Urbanski; Company Manager: Max Allentuck
Production Stage Manager: Frank Marino; Stage Manager: Judith Binus
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; General Press Representative: Alpert / LeVine; Dialect Coach: Elizabeth Smith; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Production Photographer: Martha Swope
Cast
Hermione Baddeley Dame Edith Runcible
An Eccentric Archaeologist
Barbara Baxley Lady Tremurrain
A Dotty Aristocrat
Gordon Chater Archibald Perkins
The Butler
Jerome Dempsey Silas Bazeby
A Respectable Family Lawyer
Ronald Drake Rear-Admiral Knatchbull Folliatt
An Old Sea Dog
John Glover Roger Dashwell
A Black Sheep
Fred Gwynne Inspector Bowden
An Unconventional Yard Detective
George Hearn Andreas Capodistriou
An Oily Levantine
Jeffrey Alan Chandler Sergeant
A Stolid Copper
Lauren Thompson Lavinia Hargreaves
A Sweet Young Thing
Standbys: Patricia Gage (Dame Edith Runcible, Lady Tremurrain), John Hallow (Inspector Bowden, Rear-Admiral Knatchbull Folliatt, Silas Bazeby), Johanna Leister (Lavinia Hargreaves) and Robert Nadir (Roger Dashwell, Sergeant)
Drama Desk Award
 1983 Outstanding Set Design [nominee]
Scenic Design by Andrew Jackness