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Plymouth Theatre , (1/06/1983 - 3/27/1983)
First Preview:Dec 28, 1982 Total Previews:11
Opening Date:Jan 06, 1983   
Closing Date:Mar 27, 1983 Total Performances:92

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: 1943 - 1962. Knightsbridge, St. Benoit, Brussels, Pimlico, Festival of Britain, Whitehall and Blackpool.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Joseph Papp
Originally produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, Producer)
Written by David Hare; Incidental music by Nick Bicāt
Directed by David Hare
Scenic Design by John Gunter; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Arden Fingerhut; Hair Design by Andrew Reese; Sound Consultant: William Dreisbach
General Manager: Robert Kamlot; Company Manager: Rheba Flegelman
NYSF Production Supervisor: Jason Steven Cohen; Production Stage Manager: Michael Chambers; Stage Manager: Anne King; NYSF Production Manager: Andrew Mihok; NYSF Technical Director: Mervyn Haines, Jr.
Press Representative: Richard Kornberg; Photographer: Martha Swope and Susan Cook; NYSF General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; NYSF Casting: Rosemarie Tichler
Cast
Jeff Allin
Broadway debut
John Begley
Johann Carlo Louise
Pierre Epstein Frenchman #2
Daniel Gerroll Mick
Edward Herrmann Raymond Brock
George N. Martin Leonard Darwin
Ben Masters Codename Lazar
Ken Meseroll Frenchman #1
Bill Moor Sir Andrew Charleson
Kate Nelligan Susan Traherne
Ellen Parker Alice Park
Madeleine Potter Dorcas Frey
Conrad Yama M. Aung
Ginny Yang Mme. Aung
Standby: Randy Danson (Susan Traherne)
Understudies: Jeff Allin (Codename Lazar, Mick), Robert Curtis-Brown (Frenchman #1, John Begley), Kiya Ann Joyce (Mme. Aung), Tom Klunis (Frenchman #2, Leonard Darwin, Sir Andrew Charleson), Elizabeth Norment (Alice Park, Dorcas Frey, Louise) and Victor Wong (M. Aung)
Tony Award®
 1983 Best Play [nominee]
Written by David Hare; Produced by Joseph Papp
 1983 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Edward Herrmann
 1983 Best Actress in a Play [nominee]
Kate Nelligan
 1983 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
George N. Martin