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Royale Theatre, (2/09/1988 - 2/20/1988)
First Preview: Jan 20, 1988 Total Previews: 21
Opening Date: Feb 09, 1988    
Closing Date: Feb 20, 1988 Total Performances: 15

Category: Play, Satire, Original, Broadway
Setting: London and New York. Between October 1986 and June 1987.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Joseph Papp; Produced in association with The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President); Associate Producer: Jason Steven Cohen
Originally produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, Producer) and The Royal Court Theatre
Written by Caryl Churchill; Featuring songs by Mickey Gallagher and Chas Jankel; Featuring songs with lyrics by Ian Drury; Choral Director: Allan Corduner; Scene from "The Volunteers or The Stock Jobbers" by Thomas Shadwell; Music arranged by Colin Sell
Directed by Max Stafford-Clark
Scenic Design by Peter Hartwell; Costume Design by Peter Hartwell; Lighting Design by Rick Fisher; Miss Nelligan's wig by Paul Huntley
General Manager: Bob MacDonald; Company Manager: Steven H. David; Associate Co. Mgr: Mary C. Miller
Production Stage Manager: James Bernardi; Stage Manager: Pat Sosnow
Casting: Rosemarie Tichler and James Mulkin; General Press Representative: Richard Kornberg; Photographer: Martha Swope; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Assistant to the Director (New York): Bonnie Mark; Assistant to the Director (London): Hettie Macdonald; Dialect Coach: Elizabeth Himelstein
Valerie BahakelLIFFE Member and Trader
Alec BaldwinGrimes
a gilts dealer
Billy Corman
corporate raider
Allan CordunerDurkfeld
a trader, co-chief executive of Klein Merrick
Greville Todd
Jake and Scilla's father, a stockbroker
chairman of Albion
President of Missouri Gumballs
a Cabinet Minister
Christine DunfordLIFFE Member and Trader
Cordelia GonzálezJacinta Condor
a Peruvian businesswoman
Gregory JbaraLIFFE Member and Trader
Melinda MullinsScilla Todd
a LIFFE dealer
Ms. Biddulph
a white knight
Olivia NegrónLIFFE Member and Trader
Kate NelliganMarylou Baines
an American arbitrageur
Mrs. Etherington
a stockbroker
Dolcie Starr
a PR consultant
John PankowZackerman
a banker with Klein Merrick
Liann PattisonLIFFE Member and Trader
Wendell PierceMerrison
a banker, co-chief executive of Klein Merrick
T. K.
personal assistant to Marylou Baines
Nigel Ajibala
an importer from Ghana
Stephen RoweLIFFE Member and Trader
Michael RudkoLIFFE Member and Trader
Harold J. SurrattLIFFE Member and Trader
Michael WincottJake Todd
Scilla's brother, a commercial paper dealer
a jobber
a DTI inspector
Understudies: Christine Dunford (Ms. Biddulph, Scilla Todd), Gregory Jbara (Zackerman), Olivia Negrón (Jacinta Condor), Liann Pattison (Dolcie Starr, Marylou Baines, Mrs. Etherington), Stephen Rowe (Billy Corman, Grimes), Michael Rudko (Duckett, Durkfeld, Frosby, Gleason, Grevett, Greville Todd, Jake Todd, Soat) and Harold J. Surratt (Merrison, Nigel Ajibala, T. K.)
Tony Award®
 1988 Best Featured Actress in a Play [nominee] 
  Kate Nelligan