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Virginia Theatre, (3/07/1989 - 4/09/1989)
First Preview: Feb 22, 1989 Total Previews: 15
Opening Date: Mar 07, 1989    
Closing Date: Apr 09, 1989 Total Performances: 39

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Wimbledon flat of John and Mary Smith and, simultaneously, in the Streatham flat of John and Barbara Smith.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman; Rocco Landesman: President)
Produced by Don Taffner, Paul Elliott and Strada Entertainment Trust
Originally produced by The Theatre of Comedy Company; Pre-Broadway production presented at The Coconut Grove Playhouse (Arnold Mittelman, Producing Artistic Director)
Written by Ray Cooney
Directed by Ray Cooney
Set Supervision by Michael Anania; Costume Design by Joseph G. Aulisi; Lighting Design by Marilyn Rennagel; Sound Design and Electrical Supervision by Brian Lynch
General Manager: Leonard Soloway; Company Manager: Richard Berg
Production Stage Manager: Amy Pell; Stage Manager: Travis Decastro; Production Supervisor: Theatrical Services, Inc.
Properties Supervisor: Jan Marasek
General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Casting: Stuart Howard and Amy Schecter; Press Representative: Maria Somma
Ray CooneyJohn Smith
Gareth HuntDetective Sgt. Troughton
Hilary LabowBarbara Smith
Dennis RamsdenDetective Sgt. Porterhouse
Gavin ReedBobby Franklyn
Doug StenderThe Reporter
Kay WalbyeMary Smith
Paxton WhiteheadStanley Gardner
Understudies: Alexandra O'Karma (Barbara Smith, Mary Smith), Doug Stender (Bobby Franklyn, Detective Sgt. Porterhouse, John Smith) and Ian Stuart (Detective Sgt. Troughton, Stanley Gardner, The Reporter)