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The Octoroon   

(or Life in Louisiana)
 
Phoenix Theatre, (1/27/1961 - 3/05/1961)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 27, 1961    
Closing Date: Mar 05, 1961 Total Performances: 45

Category: Play, Melodrama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: A view of the Plantation Terrebonne, Louisiana; The wharf; A room in Mrs. Peyton's house; Negro's quarters on the plantation; Cane-Break Bayou



Production Staff
Produced by Theatre Incorporated (T. Edward Hambleton and Norris Houghton, Managing Directors)
Book by Dion Boucicault; Music arranged by Lee Hoiby and Jared Reed; Vocal arrangements by Lee Hoiby and Jared Reed
Directed by Stuart Vaughan
Scenic Design by Peter Wingate; Costume Design by Peter Wingate; Lighting Design by Joan Larkey
Production Stage Manager: John Robertson; Stage Manager: Thomas Gruenewald
General Press Representative: Ben Kornzweig and Karl Bernstein
Cast
Fran BennettMarie
Warren BerryCato
Robert BlackburnGeorge Peyton
Vinnette CarrollDido
Franklin CoverSalem Scudder
Flloyd EnnisSolon
Carlos Garcia FelicieDavid
Lenzie FelicieVictoria
Perry GreeneSaul
John HeffernanJacob McClosky
Bette HenritzeMrs. Peyton
Gerry JeddDora Sunnyside
Nicholas KeprosJudge Jackson
Jim McMillanScipio
Caryl PaigeJulie
Shauneille PerryGrace
Albert QuintonSquire Sunnyside
Juliet RandallZoe
Jared ReedColonel Pointdexter
Ray ReinhardtWahnotee
Alan SchacknerHarmonica Soloist
P. Jay SidneyOld Pete
Elliott SullivanCaptain Ratts
Beverly ToddMinnie
Ted Van GriethuysenJules Thibodeaux
Frederic WarrinerLa Fouche
Alan WeeksPaul (a boy slave)
Sharon WilliamsGeorge Peyton