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Inherit the Wind   

 
Royale Theatre, (4/04/1996 - 5/12/1996)
First Preview: Feb 27, 1996 Total Previews: 42
Opening Date: Apr 04, 1996    
Closing Date: May 12, 1996 Total Performances: 45

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: A small town. Summer. Not too long ago.
Comments: Postponed opening from 3/18 to 4/4.



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 National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Director; Fred Walker, Managing Director)
Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
Directed by John Tillinger
Scenic Design by James Noone; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Costume Design by Jess Goldstein; Sound Design by Aural Fixation; Assistant Set Designer Paul Melia; Associate Lighting Design: John McKernon; Assistant Costume Design: Laurie A. Churba and Murrell Horton; Assistant Sound Design: David M. Schulman
General Manager: Niko Associates, Inc. (Manny Kladitis, Founder and President); Company Manager: David Richards; Executive Producer: Manny Kladitis
Technical Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Production Supervisor: Maureen F. Gibson; Production Stage Manager: Wm. Hare; Stage Manager: Jill Rendall
Casting: Deborah Brown; General Press Representative: Springer Associates, Inc.
Cast
Charles DurningMatthew Harrison Brady
George C. ScottHenry Drummond
Tom AldredgeRev. Jeremiah Brown
Sam AndrewEnsemble
Reathel BeanMayor
Jeff BerryEnsemble
Marylouise BurkeMrs. Krebs
Fred BurrellDunlap
Allie CalnanMelinda
Jennifer ChambersEnsemble
Alice ConnortonMother
Bill CorritoreHurdy Gurdy Man
Bill CorryEnsemble
Dominic CuskernReuter's Man
Paul F. DanoHoward
Katherine De BodaEnsemble
Garret DillahuntBertram Cates
David DosseyMr. Bannister
Brad FairbanksEnsemble
Kate ForbesRachel Brown
Clement FowlerMr. Goodfellow
Glenn GehweilerEnsemble
Joe GiocoEnsemble
John GriesemerSillers
Anthony HealdE. K. Hornbeck
Bette HenritzeMrs. Brady
Rich HeratyEnsemble
Prudence Wright HolmesMrs. McLain
J. R. HorneHarry Y. Esterbrook
William York HydeEnsemble
Dawn JamiesonEnsemble
Robert JiménezVendor
John KinsherfEnsemble
Brett LaRoseEnsemble
Herndon LackeyTom Davenport
Craig LawlorTimmy
Michael LehrEnsemble
John LenartzEnsemble
Michael LombardJudge
Kevin McClarnonFinney
Joyce Lynn O'ConnorMrs. Blair
Charles PriorEnsemble
Ronn K. SmithElijah
Norman SnowPlatt
Timothy SozenEnsemble
Judith StamblerEnsemble
Tom StechschulteMeeker
Kenneth P. StrongCooper
Mark C. TafoyaEnsemble
Sewell WhitneyEnsemble
Standby: Tony Randall (E. K. Hornbeck, Henry Drummond)
Understudies: Fred Burrell (Platt), Allie Calnan (Timmy), Dominic Cuskern (Dunlap, Mr. Bannister, Tom Davenport), Prudence Wright Holmes (Mrs. Brady), J. R. Horne (Matthew Harrison Brady), Robert Jiménez (Bertram Cates), Craig Lawlor (Howard, Melinda), Kevin McClarnon (Cooper, Meeker, Reuter's Man, Sillers), Norman Snow (Judge, Mayor, Rev. Jeremiah Brown) and Kenneth P. Strong (Elijah, Harry Y. Esterbrook, Vendor)
Tony Award®
 1996 Best Revival of a Play [nominee] 
 Produced by National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Director; Fred Walker, Managing Director)
 1996 Best Actor in Play [nominee] 
  George C. Scott