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The Madwoman of Chaillot   

This was a return engagement of one of the successes of the 1948-1949 season. The comedy had been on tour for twenty weeks, and ended its tour by playing at popular prices at the City Center.
City Center, (6/13/1950 - 6/25/1950)
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Opening Date: Jun 13, 1950    
Closing Date: Jun 25, 1950 Total Performances: 17

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: Paris, France.

Production Staff
Produced by Alfred De Liagre, Jr.
Written by Jean Giraudoux; Book adapted by Maurice Valency
Jacques AubuchonThe Sewer-Man
One of the Press Agents
John BeahanThe Street Juggler
Maurice BrennerThe Shoe-Lace Peddler
One of the Prospectors
Millicent BrowerThe Flower Girl
Claiborne BrysonThe Street Singer
Paul ByronThe Baron
One of the Presidents
An Adolphe Bertaut
John CarradineThe Ragpicker
Christopher DrakeThe Doorman
One of the Press Agents
An Adolphe Bertaut
Sandro GiglioDr. Jadin
Harold GrauThe Little Man
Frances HammondTherese
Jonathan HarrisThe Prospector
One of the Prospectors
Roberta HaynesIrma
Martita HuntCountess Aurelia
The Madwoman of Chaillot
Martin KosleckThe Deaf Mute
Barbara PondPaulette
James RamseyThe Policeman
One of the Press Agents
An Adolphe Bertaut
Fay RoopeThe Broker
One of the Presidents
Alan ShaynePierre
Ralph SmileyThe Waiter
Louis SorinThe President
One of the Presidents
Eleanora von MendelssohnMme. Josephine
Madwoman of La Concorde
Nydia WestmanMlle. Gabrielle
Madwoman of St. Sulpice
Tom Emlyn WilliamsThe Sergeant
Estelle WinwoodMme. Constance
Madwoman of Passy