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Plymouth Theatre , (3/19/1995 - 4/09/1995)
First Preview:Mar 07, 1995 Total Previews:15
Opening Date:Mar 19, 1995   
Closing Date:Apr 09, 1995 Total Performances:25

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: A hedge-school in the townland of Baile Beag/Ballybeg, an Irish-speaking community in County Donegal. Late August, 1833.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President; Philip J. Smith: Executive VP; Robert E. Wankel: VP-Finance)
Produced by Noel Pearson; Produced in association with Joseph Harris
Written by Brian Friel
Directed by Howard Davies
Scenic Design by Ashley Martin-Davis; Costume Design by Joan Bergin; Lighting Design by Chris Parry; Sound Design by T. Richard Fitzgerald; Associate Scenic Design: Mark Nayden; Hair Design by Robert Fama
General Manager: Joseph Harris; Company Manager: Kathleen Lowe
Production Supervisor: Fred Gallo, Jr. and John Wolf; Production Stage Manager: Susie Cordon; Technical Supervisor: Harris Production Services; Stage Manager: Allison Sommers
Special Effects by Gregory Meeh
Casting: Hughes / Moss Casting; Press Representative: Shirley Herz Associates and Miller Wright; Advertising: LeDonne, Wilner, & Weiner, Inc.; Logo Design by O'Connor & O'Sullivan Ltd.; Dialect Coach: Brendan Gunn
Cast
Dana Delany Maire
Brian Dennehy Hugh
Donal Donnelly Jimmy Jack
Rufus Sewell Owen
Amelia Campbell Sarah
Rob Campbell Manus
Michael Cumpsty Lieutenant Yolland
Miriam Healy-Louie Bridget
David Herlihy Doalty
Hugh O'Gorman Soldier
Geoffrey Wade Captain Lancey
Standby: Kerry O'Malley (Bridget, Sarah)
Understudies: Brian Mallon (Manus, Owen), Malachy McCourt (Hugh, Jimmy Jack), Mari Nelson (Maire) and Hugh O'Gorman (Captain Lancey, Doalty, Lieutenant Yolland)
Theatre World
nominee 1995 Award [recipient]
Rufus Sewell