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Die Fledermaus   

City Center, (5/19/1954 - 5/30/1954)
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Opening Date: May 19, 1954    
Closing Date: May 30, 1954 Total Performances: 15

Category: Musical, Opera, Revival, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by New York City Center Light Opera Company
Music by Johann Strauss; Libretto by Carl Haffner and Richard Genee; English Book and Lyrics By: Ruth Martin and Thomas Martin; Book by Glenn Jordan; Musical Director: Thomas Martin
Staged by Glenn Jordan; Choreographed by Robert Pagent
Costume Design by John Boyt; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal
Production Assistant: Michael Shurtleff; Production Stage Manager: Lucia Victor; Stage Manager: Hans Sondheimer
Benjamin BajorekGuest
Stanley BakisServant
Adelaide BishopAdele
Marilyn BladdGuest
Harold BrownAlfredo
an operatic tenor
Stanley CarlsonFrank
prison warden
Hill EllerServant
Dawin EmanuelGuest
Rina FalconeGuest
Barbara FordGuest
Lidija FranklinSally
Adele's sister, a ballet dancer
Ellen GleasonGuest
Russell GoodwinGuest
Donald GrammPrince Orlofsky
a very wealthy Russian Prince
Alan JamesServant
Charles KuestnerGuest
Lloyd Thomas LeechAlfredo
an operatic tenor
Gabriel von Eisenstein
a banker
Gloria LindRosalinda
Eisenstein's wife
James MartindaleGuest
Sheila MathewsGuest
Roland MilesGuest
Dorothy MirrGuest
Carl NicholasBlind
Eisenstein's lawyer
Guen OmeronRosalinda
Eisenstein's wife
Robert PagentBoris
a dancer
Benjamin PlotkinGuest
Thomas R. PowellIvan
servant to Orlofsky
Don RatkaServant
William W. ReynoldsGuest
Jack RussellGabriel von Eisenstein
a banker
Gloria SacksGuest
James SpicerServant
Joseph TannerGuest
Greta ThormsenGuest
George TuckerServant
John TyersDr. Falke
a friend of the Eisensteins'
Rose VirgaGuest
Colee WorthFrosch
a jailer