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A Call on Kuprin   

Broadhurst Theatre, (5/25/1961 - 6/03/1961)
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Opening Date: May 25, 1961    
Closing Date: Jun 03, 1961 Total Performances: 12

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Intertourist Bureau in the Ukraina Hotel, Moscow' Madame Kuprina's apartment; roof top of the US Embassy, Moscow; Gorky Park, near the Chess Pavilion; KGB headquarters; Kuprin's dacha in Yalta, on the Black Sea. Now.

Production Staff
Produced by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince
Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee; Based on the novel by Maurice Edelman
Directed by George Abbott
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Costume Design by Florence Klotz; Lighting Design by Donald Oenslager; Sound Design by Jack Mann
Production Stage Manager: Ruth Mitchell; Stage Manager: John Allen
Press Representative: Sol Jacobson, Lewis Harmon and Maxine Keith
John Allen
Arthur Harrington
Marie Baratoff
Mrs. Kendall
Lydia Bruce
Vera Kuprina
Dabney Coleman
American Couple
Marine Sgt. Loomis
Second K.G.B. Guard
Guard at Yalta
John Garson
Col. I.L. Makarov
Halyna Harcourt
Friend of Jazz Enthusiast
Singing Girl
John Hirst
Russian Sailor
Claude Horton
Lauri Ikonen
Chess Boy
Leon Janney
Professor Trifonov
Rita Karin
Head Intourist Clerk
Book Peddler
Doreen Kay
Tourist Couple
Kvas Vendor
Eugenie Leontovich
Madame Kuprina
Jeffrey Lynn
Jonathan Smith
Victor Merinow
Intourist Aide
Soviet Policeman
K.G.B. Interpretor
Andre Pascal
Tourist Couple
Russian Sailor
K.G.B. Guard
Gedda Petry
Woman Porter
Flower Peddler
Singing Girl
Joe Ponazecki
Nicholas Saunders
Mr. Kendall
Guard at Yalta
Edmund Shaff
Tourist Guide
Friend of Jazz Enthusiast
William Swetland
American Ambassador
Ludmilla Tchor
Assistant Clerk
Ludmilla Toretzka
Old Woman
Woman Sweeping
Ted Vadim
Tania Velia
American Couple
Jazz Enthusiast
Singing Girl
George Voskovec
Professor V.V. Kuprin