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An Ideal Husband   

Ethel Barrymore Theatre, (5/01/1996 - 1/26/1997)
First Preview: Apr 25, 1996 Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: May 01, 1996    
Closing Date: Jan 26, 1997 Total Performances: 307

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: London, the houses of Sir Robert Chiltern and Lord Goring.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President; Philip J. Smith: Executive VP; Robert E. Wankel: VP-Finance)
Produced by Bill Kenwright
Originally produced by The Peter Hall Company
Written by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Peter Hall; Assistant Director: Gillian Diamond
Scenic Design by Carl Toms; Costume Design by Carl Toms; Lighting Design by Joe Atkins; Lighting Design in association with Mike Baldassari
General Manager: Stuart Thompson Productions; Company Manager: Lisa M. Poyer
Production Stage Manager: David Hyslop; Technical Supervisor: Aurora Productions; Stage Manager: Greg Schanuel
U.S. Casting: Pat McCorkle; U.K. Casting: Gillian Diamond; General Press Representative: Philip Rinaldi Publicity; Advertising: Grey Entertainment, Inc.
Cast
Anna Carteret
Mrs. Cheveley
Michael Denison
The Earl of Caversham
Penny Downie
Lady Chiltern
Sir Robert Chiltern's Wife
Dulcie Gray
Lady Markby
Martin Shaw
Lord Goring
The Earl of Caversham's Son
David Yelland
Sir Robert Chiltern
Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs
J. Paul Boehmer
James
Footman at Sir Robert Chiltern's
Rufus Collins
Mr. Barford
Allison Daugherty
Mrs. Marchmont
Edmund C. Davys
Mason
Butler to Sir Robert Chiltern
Cheryl Gaysunas
Lady Jane Barford
Victoria Hasted
Miss Mabel Chiltern
Sir Robert Chiltern's Sister
Dominic Hawksley
Vicomte de Nanjac
Denis Holmes
Mr. Montford
Phipps
Butler to Lord Goring
Valerie Leonard
Lady Basildon
Angela Thornton
Duchess of Maryborough
Understudies: J. Paul Boehmer (Mason, Vicomte de Nanjac), Allison Daugherty (Lady Chiltern), Edmund C. Davys (Mr. Montford, Phipps, Sir Robert Chiltern), Cheryl Gaysunas (Miss Mabel Chiltern, Mrs. Marchmont), Dominic Hawksley (Lord Goring), Denis Holmes (The Earl of Caversham), Valerie Leonard (Mrs. Cheveley) and Angela Thornton (Lady Basildon, Lady Markby)
Tony Award®
1996 Best Revival of a Play [nominee]
Produced by Bill Kenwright
1996 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Martin Shaw
1996 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Peter Hall
Drama Desk Award
1996 Best Play Revival [nominee]
Produced by Bill Kenwright
winner 1996 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play [winner]
Martin Shaw
Theatre World
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Rufus Collins
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Anna Carteret
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Allison Daugherty
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Edmund C. Davys
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Michael Denison
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Penny Downie
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Cheryl Gaysunas
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Dulcie Gray
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Victoria Hasted
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Dominic Hawksley
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Denis Holmes
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Valerie Leonard
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Martin Shaw
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance Angela Thornton
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
for Ensemble Performance David Yelland
winner 1996 Special Award [recipient]
J. Paul Boehmer