PlayComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 13, 1983
Closing Date
May 15, 1983
1st Preview
Apr 02, 1983
1st Preview
Apr 02, 1983
Previews
11
Performances
38
PlayComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Martin Beck Theatre
(Apr 13, 1983 - May 15, 1983)

Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Guy Woolfenden; Incidental music arranged by Guy Woolfenden; Musical Director: Donald Johnston
Directed by Trevor Nunn; Dances by Geraldine Stephenson
Scenic Design by John Gunter; American settings designed in association with John Kasarda; Costume Design by Linda Fisher; Costumes after original designs by Lindy Hemming; Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons; Lighting after original designs by Robert Bryan; Sound Supervision by T. Richard Fitzgerald
General Manager: McCann & Nugent Productions, Inc.; Company Manager: Jane Tamlyn and Steven Suskin
Production Stage Manager: Janet Beroza; Stage Manager: Jane Tamlyn; Deputy Stage Manager: Vikki Heywood; Assistant Stage Mgr: Simon Dodson
Music Contractor: Mel Rodnon
General Press Representative: Joshua Ellis and Solters / Roskin / Friedman, Inc.; Production Coordinator: Mary T. Nealon; Marketing Assistant: James C. Ezzes; Logo and Playbill Cover Art Design: Ginni Moo Young; Photographer: Nobby Clark; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi
Morgan
a soldier
 
Lady
 
Waitress
Lord Lafeu
The King of France
Bertram
the Countess' son
 
Lady
 
Waitress
Gentleman and suitor
 
Soldier
Gentleman and suitor
 
Soldier
Captain Dumaine, the elder
Bertram's servant
 
Gentleman and suitor
 
Soldier
Rynaldo
the Countess' steward
Captain Parolles
Bertram's companion
Diana
the Widow's daughter
A Gentleman
 
Lady
 
Mariana
The Duke of Florence
Gentleman and suitor
 
Soldier
 
Lady
 
Violenta
the Widow's neighbor
Captain Dumain, the younger
Gentleman and suitor
 
Soldier
The Countess of Rossillion
Helena
the Countess' gentlewoman
Maid
 
Lady
 
Waitress
Widow Capilet
Understudies: Roger Allam (Captain Parolles), Tom Hunsinger (Rynaldo), Christopher Hurst (Bertram, Captain Dumain, the younger), John McAndrew (Morgan, The Duke of Florence), Deirdra Morris (Helena), George Raistrick (The King of France), Elizabeth Rider (Diana, Violenta), John Rogan (Lord Lafeu), Gary Sharkey (A Gentleman, Captain Dumaine, the elder), Susan Jane Tanner (Widow Capilet, Mariana), Graham Turner (Lavache, Bertram's servant) and Gillian Webb (The Countess of Rossillion)

Tony Award®

 

Best Featured Actor in a Play

1983 Nominee
Stephen Moore
 

Best Featured Actress in a Play

1983 Nominee
Margaret Tyzack
 

Best Scenic Design

1983 Nominee
Scenic Design by John Gunter
 

Best Costume Design

1983 Nominee
Costume Design by Lindy Hemming
 

Best Lighting Design

1983 Nominee
Lighting Design by Robert Bryan
 

Best Direction of a Play

1983 Nominee
Directed by Trevor Nunn
 

Best Reproduction (Play or Musical)

1983 Nominee
Produced by arrangement with The Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play

1983 Nominee
Stephen Moore

Outstanding Director of a Play

1983 Winner
Directed by Trevor Nunn
 

Outstanding Set Design

1983 Nominee
Scenic Design by John Gunter
 

Outstanding Revival

1983 Nominee
Produced by arrangement with The Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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