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Belasco Theatre, (11/30/1960 - 9/16/1961)
First Preview: Nov 29, 1960 Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Nov 30, 1960    
Closing Date: Sep 16, 1961 Total Performances: 333

Category: Play, Drama, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and around Knoxville, Tennessee. May 1915.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Fred Coe; Produced in association with Arthur Cantor
Written by Tad Mosel; Based on the Pulitzer Prize novel "A Death in the Family" by James Agee
Directed by Arthur Penn; Assistant Director: Gene Lasko
Scenic Design by David Hays; Costume Design by Raymond Sovey; Lighting Design by David Hays; Assistant to Mr. Sovey: Domingo Rodriguez; Production Assistant to Mr. Hays: Marshall Spiller
General Manager: Joseph Harris; Company Manager: Mitchell Brower
Production Stage Manager: Porter Van Zandt; Stage Manager: William Armitage; Assistant Stage Mgr: Richard Mulligan and Charles Gerald
General Press Representative: Arthur Cantor; Press Representative: Gertrude Kirschner and Tony Geiss; Press Assistant: Violet Welles; Creative Consultant: Emma Agee Liss
Colleen Dewhurst
Mary Follet
Lillian Gish
Catherine Lynch
Arthur Hill
Jay Follet
Aline MacMahon
Aunt Hannah Lynch
Thomas Chalmers
Joel Lynch
Clifton James
Ralph Follet
John Megna
Lenka Peterson
Sally Follet
Tom Wheatley
Andrew Lynch
Robert Ader
A Boy
Jeff Conaway
A Boy
Dorrit Kelton
Aunt Sadie Follet
Christopher Month
Gary Morgan
A Boy
Larry Provost
A Boy
Georgia Simmons
Jessie Follet
Art Smith
Father Jackson
Lylah Tiffany
Broadway debut
Edwin Wolfe
John Henry Follet
Understudies: Robert Ader (Jim-Wilson), Shirley Gale (Catherine Lynch, Great-Great-Granmaw), Charles Gerald (Father Jackson, Ralph Follet), Christopher Month (Rufus), Richard Mulligan (Andrew Lynch, Jay Follet), Mary Perry (Aunt Sadie Follet, Jessie Follet), Lenka Peterson (Mary Follet) and Bronia Stefan (Sally Follet)
Tony Award®
1961 Best Play [nominee]
Written by Tad Mosel; Produced by Fred Coe; Produced in association with Arthur Cantor
winner 1961 Best Featured Actress in a Play [winner]
Colleen Dewhurst
1961 Best Scenic Design (Dramatic) [nominee]
Scenic Design by David Hays
1961 Best Costume Design (Dramatic) [nominee]
Costume Design by Raymond Sovey
1961 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Arthur Penn
Pulitzer Prize
winner 1961 for Drama [winner]
Written by Tad Mosel